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Michael Schenker 2004 w/Case[08/26/16 update]
The Michael Schenker 2004 Electric Guitar commemorates the year that Michael signed with Dean Guitars. The model features a mahogany body and top with a set mahogany neck. The ebony fretboard sports pearl block inlays and 22 jumbo frets. The 2004 also comes standard with DMT Series Lights Out pickups for full, thick tone. Chrome hardware including a Tune-O-Matic bridge and Grover tuners. Classic black and white paint job. A killer axe for the true Michael Schenker fan. Get your wings today!
We are happy to announce that we will be offering meet and greets at our 3 upcoming Japanese shows which will also include access to sound-check, photo opportunities and a signing session with all 7 Michael Schenker Fest members.[07/24/16 update No.2]
Ticket quantities for the event are very limited and go on sale on August 1st.
Leif Sundin added as FOURTH singer with Schenker[05/22/16 update]
Fourth vocalist joins Michael Schenker Fest! As previously announced, Michael Schenker will be joined by his three former MSG vocalists Graham Bonnet, Gary Barden and Robin McAuley for one exclusive show at Sweden Rock Festival when the guitarist celebrates his entire career under the name Michael Schenker Fest. We are happy to announce that a fourth singer has now confirmed his participation in the concert: Leif Sundin, who sang in MSG in the mid-90's and again in the mid-00's. Hailing from Stockholm, Sundin has also made a name for himself as the lead singer with Brian Robertson, Great King Rat and the John Norum Band, and these days he's working on a new band project. The Michael Schenker Fest show at Sweden Rock Festival will be the only in the world this year, and possibly ever, featuring all these four singers!
Ted Mckenna & Chris Glen have started the first stage rehearsals with the legendary Michael Schenker, the trio spent a couple of full on days this week, hard at work in a Glasgow studio....It was smiles all round as the group ran through old and new material, sounding powerfull and very very impressive...stay tuned!Official SAHB Newsさんの投稿 2016年4月8日
We are excited to announce that we have put a very special show together, Michael Schenker Fest, for Sweden Rock festival 8th-11th June 2016. It will feature 3 original MSG singers -Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet & Robin McAuley. We have Ted McKenna on drums, Chris Glen on bass and Steve Mann on guitar / keys. Combined, these men are responsible for such albums as "Michael Schenker Group" (1980), "Assault Attack" (1982) and "Save Yourself" (1989) - expect a multitude of classic tracks.[03/21/16 update]
Michael Schenker will be performing on the 11th June
Guitar wunderkind Michael Schenker started his career in Scorpions and UFO before forming his own band MSG. This summer, he makes a very special appearance at the Sweden Rock Festival: under the new moniker Michael Schenker Fest, he will be joined by no less than 3 legendary MSG singers - Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet and Robin McAuley - to perform MSG classics from albums like "Michael Schenker Group", "Assault Attack" and "Save Yourself". This will be the only Michael Schenker Fest concert in Scandinavia, and the only in Europe featuring all 3 singers.[02/28/16 update No.2]
A line-up that leaves connoisseurs of the international music scene rapturously clicking their tongues in appreciation. A sold-out theatre saw convincing evidence of just how powerful and exciting a concert from Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock is. The musicians clapped along with the fans as they sung along to old and new songs. All musical phases of Michael Schenker's career were included. Limited Edition (5000) individual numbered units.As was reported here (cf. 02/21/16 update), the release date in Japan still remains March 23.
1. Ocean Odyssey - Intro
2. Doctor Doctor
3. Live And Let Live
4. Lights Out
5. Where The Wild Winds Blow
6. Natural Thing
7. Before The Devil Knows You'Re Dead
8. Victim Of Illusion
10. Coast To Coast
11. Vigilante Man
12. Rock My Nights Away
1. Saviour Machine
2. Too Hot To Handle
3. Only You Can Rock Me
4. Lord Of The Lost And Lonely
5. Rock You Like A Hurricane
6. Rock Bottom
8. Attack Of The Mad Axeman
It is with a heavy heart that I have to announce that I will not be able to participate on the upcoming Axes & Anchors cruise. I was genuinely excited to perform on this unique and amazing musical voyage alongside some incredible talent. But with the recent tragic passing of my friend David Van Landing, who was going to be performing with me, I cannot bring myself to perform that material on board the ship. It would be doing a disservice to the cruise, its patrons, and the memory of David to attempt this show without him. I know there will be some disappointed fans, but the cruise has assembled some of the best talent out there and I know it will thrive in light of my having to cancel. I can only hope that after time passes we can come to grips with the loss of David and adequately honor his memory. I look forward to being a part of future Axes & Anchors cruises and appreciate the support of everyone during this trying time. --Michael Schenker[01/24/16 update No.5]
Have you any plans to get up on stage with The Scorpions before they call it a day?"LEMMY ASKED ME TO JOIN MOTORHEAD" (Metal Talk) Interview: Michael Schenker (RAMzine)
I don’t pay attention to any of that. I focus on what I’m doing. I’m fed up with that, and I’m disappointed in them; they have completely distorted the ‘Lovedrive’ phase. Just a few weeks ago I was confronted with The Scorpions [albums reissue] box, and what I saw there, it really, really shocked me. I can’t trust them anymore. The whole ‘Lovedrive’ story is wrong. They are putting it down as if I begged them to take me into The Scorpions. They begged me to join ? I was already doing arena tours with UFO in the States. It’s unbelievable. They asked me to help them, and now I see that the whole ‘Lovedrive’ story is written to their favour; they are the big guys.
I can’t believe it, honestly ? they’re just fooling people with their finishing playing, and then they don’t, and then [they continue playing] forever and ever. I guess when you get older you get bolder or something, but I have absolutely no interest because I can’t trust them. If I look back now, it’s unbelievable, little bits and pieces I’m discovering. So putting together the whole picture, it looks like they’re absolutely desperate.