Queensrÿche, Tate Reach Lawsuit Settlement

“Amicable” agreement go be detailed soon



The two sides fighting over the Queensrÿche name have reached an “amicable” agreement, settling a suit forged in federal court.

Guitarist Michael Wilton has confirmed that singer Geoff Tate, who was fired and replaced last year, and his former bandmates have reached a settlement in their legal battle over the rights to the group’s name.

Wilton says here “that both sides have reached an amicable settlement and it’s now just a matter of time. There will be an official press release, but for now, you’ll have to wait.”

I wonder if there will be two versions of the band, or if Geoff Tate will need to use a different moniker.

Toddrÿche and Taterÿche are still available.

Just saying.

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