Former Queensryche frontman Geoff Tate has asked his wife of 19 years to marry him again.
The couple exchanged vows in 1996 and as it prepares to celebrate a 20th anniversary next year (16), the rocker has stunned his wife, Susan, with an online proposal.
In a post on his Facebook page, Tate wrote, "To Susan, my best friend. Thank you for sharing my life and sticking by me through hard work and children, motorcycles and sail boats, good friends and false friends, true love and betrayal, long nights and long long long long walks, big tours and small bunks, small tours in big cars, nights alone and nights on the road, Irish everything and Guinness hangovers, horses in Spain and dogs in bed, pug hair and shaved heads, tulip festivals with 4 little girls, unbridled joy and devastating heartbreak, strip mall parking lots and limousine rides, extra work without extra credit, grocery store kisses and ferry boat sex, Foie gras in Paris and Subway in Denver, Your children, my children, our children, extra children, Irish children and grandchildren.
"Will you marry me again?"
Susan was Queensryche's assistant manager from 2001 until 2005, when she took over as the group's manager until 2012. She is currently managing her husband's solo career.
Tate and his former bandmates parted ways following a dispute about Susan - the Queensryche stars accused her of financial mismanagement. The feud led to Tate getting fired. He has since former new band Operation: Mindcrime.