New tour with Neal Morse & Band

In May of 2007 I will be on a short tour with Neal Morse. We will play with the same band as the Question Mark tour, last summer. But unfortunately Elisa can’t come, because he is not available this time. So Neal found another guitarplayer in England, the amazing Paul Bielatowicz, guitar player of the Carl Palmer Band.
IO Pages Festival – We will headline the second day of the IO Pages Festival at ‘De Boerderij’ in Zoetermeer, Holland on Saturday the 26th of May. On the first day Spock’s Beard will headline the festival.
For tickets, go tho this site: De Boerderij
Other concerts – At this moment are talking with a few other venues for some more concerts, around that date.
28th of May – Colos-Saal, Aschaffenburg (DE)
Stay tuned for more info about this sort of ‘mini-tour’.
The whole tour:
24th of May: Fanclubconcert, The Shelter, Veenendaal (NL) (invite only)
26th of May: IO-Fest, Zoetermeer (NL)
28th of May: Colos-Saal, Aschaffenburg (DE)
13th of June:Regent Hall, London (UK)

About the author
I am drummer of the Dutch post-prog band Dilemma ( and drummer and founder of the progressive rock/metal band Affector ( As a musician I made a name in the progressive rock scene as drummer, bandleader and tour manager of the progressive rock legend Neal Morse (Transatlantic / Flying Colors / ex-Spock’s Beard). With him and a lot of other acts, I toured the world and recorded many best-selling CD's. I own a music studio and label, where I record, produce and release my own music and other bands & artists. Next to being a musician, I am an entrepreneur since the age of 19. I started 4 businesses. My main company is Novae Popschool ( A modern music school with multiple locations throughout The Netherlands. As musician, producer, teacher, author and entrepreneur I work with a mission: "I help musicians create and develop their own musical singularity, through which they will have a more successful and more fulfilling life. It is my mission to contribute to a more socially, loving and caring society through the power of music and modern music education. Rock on!
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