SCORPIONS: 'Rockline' Appearance Available For Streaming

German hard rock veterans SCORPIONS were interviewed this past Wednesday (July 30) on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline", hosted by Bob Coburn. The program is now available for streaming at this location.

SCORPIONS will take part in the Rock for Nature festival, set to take place August 22-24 in a 300,000 square metre organically farmed wheat field in Wolpertshausen near Schwäbisch Hall, Germany. The Rock for Nature festival seeks to bring people together in a joyous atmosphere, strengthening their sense of unity and their determination to resist the destruction of our natural environment and encouraging them to stand up for their own future across national borders and different continents. A four-minute promotional clip for the concert, featuring performance and interview footage (in German), can be viewed below.


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