Video footage of former SCORPIONS guitar legends Michael Schenker and Uli Jon Roth performing a couple of the band's classic songs with singer Doogie White (RAINBOW, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) on the June 18 episode of the Brazilian TV show "Todo Seu" on the Gazeta channel can be seen below.

Schenker's recent "Temple Of Rock - Lovedrive Reunion Tour 2013" dates saw him being backed by fellow former SCORPIONS members Herman Rarebell (drums) and Francis Buchholz (bass), along with Doogie White and keyboardist Wayne Findlay.

Regarding the songwriting process for his forthcoming studio album, "Bridge The Gap", Schenker told Metal Forces in January, "When I'm writing, of course, I have Doogie in my head because I know he's gonna be doing the vocals. He's a more metal singer, and so automatically it will be more metal. It will be more on the level of 'Before The Devil Knows You're Dead' [from 2011's 'Temple Of Rock'] of course, because that's Doogie singing there. Doogie has more of a heavy metal voice. Automatically, when I've been writing this time I've been writing with Doogie in my head, but I have a very good concept usually. When I wrote 'Temple Of Rock', I didn't know what I was doing in the beginning. I just started and went for it, but this time I have a concept. I already know that the title of the album is gonna be 'Bridge The Gap', and so this time I have a blueprint in my head, like a map that I see. I can see that it's a concept I have, and so I have a very clear direction of what I'm doing."

Michael Schenker's "Temple Of Rock: Live In Europe" was released on CD, DVD, Blu-ray and as a limited deluxe edition containing all three formats on December 3, 2012 in Europe and was made available on January 15, 2013 in North America via Inakustik. This essential live rock'n'roll release includes songs performed live in Tilburg, The Netherlands in May 2012, and at London's High Voltage festival in 2011.

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