REAT The Road More or Less Traveled - STREAMING Frontiers Music s.r.l. Release: 21 April 2017
On April 23, 2016, Treat played a highly anticipated set at the Frontiers Rock Festival, the annual concert event organized by the band&rsquo;s label, Frontiers Records. Held close to Milano, Italy, this was the third annual edition of the festival and saw Treat playing hot on the heels of the release of their latest studio album, &ldquo;Ghost Of Graceland&rdquo;.<br /> <br /> The band took the stage by storm, opening the show with the title track from the new album and showcasing a very special lineup, which features H.E.A.T. keyboardist Jona Tee taking the place of Patrik Appelgren for this exclusive performance. Treat offered a show with a great mixture of new and recent songs taken from their latest album, the highly regarded 2010 release &ldquo;Coup De Grace&rdquo;, and classic songs from the good ol&rsquo; days including &ldquo;World Of Promises&rdquo;, &ldquo;Get You On The Run&rdquo;, and &ldquo;Ready For The Taking&rdquo;.<br /> <br /> Treat&rsquo;s performance was truly a unique and special one and this DVD documents a great moment in the band&rsquo;s history as well as serving as a celebration of one of Sweden&rsquo;s finest hard rock bands ever!<br /> <br /> TOUR DATES<br /> March 31 &ndash; High Voltage, Copenhagen, DK<br /> April 1 &ndash; Oefenbunker, Landgraaf, NL<br /> April 2 &ndash; Roxy, Flensburg, DE<br /> April 4 &ndash; Garage DeLuxe, Munich, DE<br /> April 5 &ndash; Kreuz, Obermachtal, DE<br /> April 6 &ndash; Der Cult, Nurnberg, DE<br /> May 17 &ndash; Shibuya Club Quattro, Tokyo, JP<br /> May 18 &ndash; Umeda Quattro, Osaka, JP<br /> May 27 &ndash; Kalos Festival, Madrid, ES<br /> August 25 &ndash; Hair Metal Heaven Festival, Hull UK<br /> <br /> <em>TREAT</em><br /> Robert Ernlund: Lead vocals<br /> Anders Wikstr&ouml;m: Lead Guitars and vocals<br /> Pontus Egberg: Electric Bass and vocals<br /> Jamie Borger: Drums<br /> With<br /> Jona Tee: Keyboards
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