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The Rudess Morgenstein Project Print E-mail
Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 27 October 2013
Jordan Reactivates The Rudess Morgenstein Project The Rudess Morgenstein Project, a collaboration between Dream Theater keyboard player Jordan Rudess and Dixie Dreggs/Winger drummer Rod Morgenstein, have lined up a series of gigs on America’s East Coast for November.

The duo, who released their one collaborative album back in 1997 (following a gig where a power outage left only these two on stage with active instruments and their ensuing jam impressed all who heard it), have also been recording new material with a view to a second album.

“The only problem we have is finishing things,” Morgenstein told Music Radar. “With our schedules, it’s difficult to know if and when we will ever get to it.” He adds that “some of it is really, really good”.

The pair have been active occasionally on the live circuit before, but this new collaboration came after a show they played at Boston’s Berklee College Of Music in the summer. ”We just have a great time hanging out and jamming,” says Morgenstein. “Whenever our schedules can line up, we’re going to try to do this sort of thing.”

The pair will be playing tracks from their 1997 debut, a selection of Rudess solo material and a cover of ELP’s Tarkus.

They play:

Washington DC U Street November 19

Philadelphia PA World Cafe Live 20

Englewood NJ Bergen PAC 21

Bay Shore NJ Boulton Centre 22
 
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