KROKUS Members To Take Part In Concert To Celebrate Chronology Of Electric Guitar

Former and current KROKUS members Mandy Meyer, Marc Storace and Fernando von Arb will be among the guests at a special concert to celebrate the chronology and history of the electric guitar, to be held on Saturday, March 4 at Bierhübeli in Bern, Switzerland. The show will also feature Vic Vergeat from the band TOAD and KROKUS' good friend, guitarist extraordinaire Zlatko Perica, who is one of the "brains" behind this once-in-a-lifetime concert. The songs and material which are going to be performed go all the way through the history of rock and the electric guitar — from T-Bone Walker, Chuck Berry, Keith Richards, George Harrison, Mick Green, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Toni Iommi, Angus Young, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eddie Van Halen, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani to DREAM THEATER.

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