KURT DEIMER releases new track featuring GEOFF TATE


Track Debuts At #3 Most Added On Billboard Mainstream Rock Indicator Chart, And #4

Most Added On Foundations Secondary Market Rock Chart

Kurt Deimer On Tour With Geoff Tate Through November

Kurt Deimer is proud to announce the release of “Burn Together,” featuring former Queensryche frontman Geoff Tate on guest vocals. The track is the first offering from Deimer’s upcoming debut EP ‘Work Hard Rock Hard,’ and is his first original release, following on the heels of his cover of the Pink Floyd classic “Have A Cigar.”

“Burn Together” debuted as #3 most added on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Indicator chart, following only Papa Roach and Bad Wolves, and premiered on the Foundations Secondary Market Rock Chart as the fourth most added. The song holds strong in its second week, maintaining a Top 5 most added presence on both of this week’s charts.

Listen to “Burn Together” here: https://ffm.to/burntogether

Watch the “Burn Together” lyric video here: https://youtu.be/bFIuVm0RbkM

“One of my most enduring musical memories is Geoff Tate performing ‘Silent Lucidity’ with Queensryche in front of an orchestra on the MTV Video Awards thirty years ago, so to have Geoff Tate performing on my first release with me is beyond surreal,” says Kurt Deimer. “His music has had a profound influence on me, and now I get to celebrate that influence every night opening for him on tour - I’m beyond words.”

The song is the public’s first taste of what to expect from Kurt Deimer’s upcoming debut EP, ‘Work Hard, Rock Hard.’ Due for release in November, the all-original EP is ripe with Deimer’s enchanting lyrical musings, the brazen musicianship of his musical director and key collaborator Phil X [Bon Jovi], and the epic production of Chris Lord-Alge [Rolling Stones, Green Day, Joe Cocker].

“This song is about the demise of the family unit and family values and traditions,” continues Deimer of “Burn Together.” “Kids aren’t raised by parents anymore, they’re raised by nannies, iPads and video games, and it’s reflected in our society. There aren’t family dinners, there’s no talk around the dinner table, and it’s a cause and effect. Another thing that makes Geoff Tate’s involvement so special is his devotion to family - it’s the perfect blend of his style and my style, and has a message and meaning we can both stand behind.”

Joined by a band that includes guitarists Phil X - who is splitting time between Deimer and Bon Jovi - and Michale Vassos, bassist Cristian Sturba and drummer Anthony Biuso, Kurt Deimer embarked on his first tour this fall, in support of Geoff Tate. Deimer will hold down direct support duties through October 15, and again November 5-20 as the legendary frontman performs the Queensryche albums ‘Empire’ and ‘Rage For Order’ in their entirety across North America. See the complete itinerary below.

For more information, visit www.kurtdeimer.com.


(Supporting Geoff Tate on the Empire 30th Anniversary Tour)

09.22 Avondale Estates, GA 37 Main

09.23 Pensacola, FL Vinyl Music Hall

09.24 Fort Lauderdale, FL Parker Playhouse

09.25 Clearwater, FL Capitol Theatre

09.26 Jacksonville, FL Florida Theatre

09.27 Orlando, FL Plaza Live

09.28 Gainesville, FL High Dive

09.30 Colorado Springs, CO Black Sheep

10.01 Englewood, CO Gothic Theatre

10.02 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theatre

10.04 Tempe, AZ The Marquee

10.05 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre

10.07 Sacramento, CA Holy Diver

10.08 Montclair, CA The Canyon Montclair

10.09 Santa Clarita, CA The Canyon Santa Clarita

10.10 San Juan Capistrano, CA The Coach House

10.12 Reno, NV Virginia Street Brewhouse

10.14 Ramona, CA Ramona Mainstage

10.15 Agoura Hills, CA The Canyon

11.05 San Antonio, TX The Aztec Theater

11.06 Houston, TX House Of Blues

11.07 Dallas, TX House Of Blues

11.08 Austin, TX Antone’s Nightclub

11.09 Corpus Christi, TX Brewster Street Ice House

11.11 St. Charles, IL Arcada

11.12 Cleveland, OH Beachland Ballroom

11.13 Patchogue, NY Stereo Garden

11.14 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance

11.16 Harrisburg, PA HAC

11.17 Dayton, OH Oddbody’s

11.18 Wabash, IN Eagles Theatre Honeywell

11.19 Kansas City, MO Knuckleheads

11.20 Wichita, KS WAVE

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