Jarkko Ahola of the Finnish metal groups TERSBETONI and NORTHERN KINGS will team up with the Air Force Band and Navy Band of the Finnish Defence Forces for a four-concert tour as a tribute to Freddie Mercury and QUEEN.
Commented Ahola: "Since it's been 20 years since the death of Freddie Mercury and it's been huge 40 years of QUEEN, we wanted honor their great music by arranging QUEEN's finest songs to the big orchestra."
The tribute tour will take place in November and will consist of the following dates
Nov. 11 - Paviljonki, Jyvskyl
Nov. 12 - Tampere Hall, Tampere
Nov. 17 - Savoy-teatteri, Helsinki
Nov. 18 - Turku Concert Hall, Turku
TERSBETONI's fourth album, "Maailma Tarvitsee Sankareita" (English translation: "The World Needs Heroes"), entered the official chart in Finland at position No. 14. Released on November 24, 2010 via Sakara Records, the CD was recorded at HIP Studios in Helsinki, Finland and Yellow House Studios in Hmeenlinna, Finland with producer Hiili Hiilesmaa (HIM, THE 69 EYES, LORDI, SENTENCED, APOCALYPTICA).
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