OVER THE RAINBOW's JOE LYNN TURNER Dedicates Song To RONNIE JAMES DIO (Video)

Fan-filmed video footage of OVER THE RAINBOW's October 28, 2010 performance at Pakkahuone in Tampere, Finland can be viewed below.

The band's setlist was as follows:

01. Tarot Woman
02. Kill The King
03. Can't Let You Go
04. All Night Long
05. Death Alley Driver
06. Eyes Of The World
07. Ariel
08. Wolf to the Moon
09. I Surrender
10. Man On The Silver Mountain
11. Jealous Lover
12. Drum Solo
13. Stargazer
14. Long Live Rock 'N' Roll

Encore:

15. Gates Of Babylon
16. Since You've Been Gone
17. Can't Happen Here
18. Spotlight Kid

All members of OVER THE RAINBOW — with the exception of Jürgen "J.R." Blackmore — previously played with RAINBOW.

In the '70s, '80s and '90s, RAINBOW released over 20 albums (five gold, four silver), seven Billboard Hot 100 and Mainstream Rock tracks, six Top 75 U.K. songs and at least seven MTV frequently played videos. Since 1998, former members of RAINBOW and their respective management offices were overloaded with requests for RAINBOW to reunite. Rondinelli, Smith and Turner agreed that the only legitimate way to accomplish this was to employ a Blackmore on guitar.

Jürgen Blackmore is a critically acclaimed guitarist in his own right and agreed to join this endeavor after realizing how intense the demand was for a RAINBOW "reunion." OVER THE RAINBOW marks the first time that four members from three different eras of RAINBOW have taken the stage together along with J.R. Blackmore.

OVER THE RAINBOW is:

Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW 1980-1984) - Vocals
Bobby Rondinelli (RAINBOW 1980-1983) - Drums
Greg Smith (RAINBOW 1994-1997) - Bass
Jürgen "J.R." Blackmore - Guitar
Paul Morris (RAINBOW 1994-1997) - Keyboards

"Tarot Woman":

"Kill the King":

"All Night Long":

"I Surrender":

"Man On the Silver Mountain" (dedicated to Ronnie James Dio):

"Stargazer":

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