WAYNEFEST USA: Festival In Honor Of Late METAL CHURCH Frontman To Be Held Next May

TacomaScene.com, in conjunction with Robb's Metal Works of San Antonio, Texas, is preparing to present WayneFest USA, a heavy metal music festival in honor of fallen metal master David Wayne of METAL CHURCH, REVEREND, WAYNE and DAVID WAYNE'S METAL CHURCH.

The event is scheduled to be held in San Antonio, Texas, Friday and Saturday, May 12-13, 2006.

WayneFest USA will coincide with the first weekend after the first anniversary of the untimely passing of legendary metal vocalist David Wayne, who died in his home in Tacoma, Washington, May 10, 2005.

Currently, TacomaScene.com is seeking input from bands or bandmates who have toured with David Wayne as a member of METAL CHURCH, REVEREND, WAYNE or DAVID WAYNE’S METAL CHURCH. Contact may be made via WayneFestUSA@TacomaScene.com. Historical events surrounding David Wayne may be found at TacomaScene.com. A Yahoo! group has just been set up as a mailing list tool and can be accessed at this location.


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