Legendary ex-SCORPIONS guitarist ULI JON ROTH will NOT be sharing the bill with MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP (MSG) on Schenker's upcoming European tour. A previous posting on Schenker's official web site indicating that Roth would be part of the European trek has since been removed.As previously reported, MSG and ULI JON ROTH will be embarking on an American tour beginning on August 26 in West Hollywood, CA. The U.S. tour will comprise of approximately 16-20 shows, and some of the concerts are also going to feature George Lynch (ex-DOKKEN). Both Uli and Michael are going to play a full-length set each and then share the stage together for the finale. The two axemen have not played together since their amazing joint appearance at the first Legends of Rock concert at Castle Donington in 2001. Uli's set will include material from all periods of his career, including ELECTRIC SUN, SCORPIONS as well as pieces from his latest album, "Metamorphosis".
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