On January 27th, revered progressive rock supergroup Transatlantic (Neal Morse, Roine Stolt, Pete Trewavas, and Mike Portnoy) will release its fourth studio work, Kaleidoscope. Another incredible blend of catchy songs and mind-blowing compositions, the record is sure to satisfy fans’ expectations. Of course, the release of a new record comes with a new tour, which Transatlantic is all too happy to embark upon. On Saturday, February 8th, they’ll adorn the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA. Just as they did back in May, the quartet is sure to make it an unforgettable night.
Unfortunately, longtime touring member Daniel Gildenlöw (Pain of Salvation) will not join the group on the first half of the tour (due to illness); however, Ted Leonard (Enchant, Spock's Beard) will replace him, and if you've heard his fantastic work before (especially the latest Spock's Beard album, 'Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep'), you know he's more than up to the challenge.
For the complete tour schedule (which will involve multiple countries), click here. To purchase your ticket(s) for the Keswick show, click here. I’ll definitely be there, and I hope you’ll join me. It’s guaranteed to be one of the most amazing nights you’ll have all year.
*All quotes come from my latest interview with Mike Portnoy, which will be featured in the February issue of Rock Society Magazine.