German female hard rock singer Doro Pesch will perform an unplugged show at the Yamaha Days event on Saturday, September 2 in Beuern, Germany (near Gießen). Admission is free.For more information, visit www.yamaha-days.de. Doro's latest album, "Warrior Soul", was released in North America in May via Locomotive Records. The CD was created in Switzerland, Tennessee, New York and Germany; and inspired by her first feature film role earlier this year in Luke Gasser's "Anuk - The Warrior's Way". The sound returns Doro to the ways of her first band, WARLOCK, which she fronted to forever change the face of modern metal music. It stands in perfect contrast to her last opus, 2004's "Classic Diamonds", in which she stretched out to perform decidedly non-metal ballads and mid-tempo rockers with a symphony orchestra. Here — with bassist Nick Douglas, guitarist Joe Taylor, keyboardist Oliver Palotai and drummer Johnny Dee — Doro is back to major league metal form, hard-charging through 12 tracks in a beefy 54:10.
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