Former SCORPIONS Drummer To Launch German Tour With New Band R&R

Former SCORPIONS drummer Herman Rarebell will be launching a German tour with his new band R&R in late April. The group, which includes Claudia Raab, an "exceptional" saxophone player and a successful actress/model, will be releasing their debut album, "The Rhythm of Art", on April 5. The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Paint That Groove
02. Etnotic
03. Prophecy
04. Fletch - intro
05. Running Man
06. Paint it Black
07. Cool Blue Sax
08. Talk To Me
09. Sax My Six
10. A Change In Your Life
11. Transmission
12. Hurricane Herman
13. Still Loving You

Short sound clips from the album can be downloaded at this location.

R&R will be launching a German tour in late April as part of "Art Meets Music", a new concept in "a never-seen-before" multi-media show, featuring original paintings by ROLLING STONES guitarist Ronnie Wood and Roland Muri. Also making an appearance with R&R during their performance will be the "fantastic" dancers from the ALL-STAR-DANCERS troupe. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Apr. 24 – Munich, GER - Arabella Sheraton
Apr. 25 - Stuttgart, GER - Liederhalle
Apr. 26 - Fürth, GER - Stadthalle
Apr. 27 - Oberhausen, GER - Theatro-CentrO
Apr. 29 - Cologne, GER - Theater am Tanzbrunnen
Apr. 30 - Dresden, GER - Alter Schlachthof
May 01 - Berlin, GER - Columbiahalle
May 02 - Bremen, GER - Pier 2
May 03 - Hamburg, GER - Curio-Haus
May 04 – GER - TBA
May 05 - Wiesbaden, GER - Kurhaus
May 06 - Rastatt, GER - BadnerHalle

Additional dates are planned in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Miami, Dallas, Santa Fe, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Boston, Monte Carlo, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Milan, Madrid, Prague, Budapest, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul and Singapore. More details will be made available soon.

For more information on the "Art Meets Music" project, click here.


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