According to CDJapan.co.jp, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP will be releasing a brand-new DVD on June 22 via King Records. Featuring a running time of 220 minutes, the disc is comprised of the footage of the group's live performance in Japan in 1997 (140 min.), clips from the 2000 Japanese tour, plus an interview conducted in January 2005.

Michael Schenker is currently working on a special CD to celebrate the 25-year anniversary of MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP. Entitled "Tales of Rock 'n' Roll", the album will feature guest appearances by past MSG singers, including Robin McAuley, Kelly Keeling, Gary Barden, Leif Sundin and Chris Logan. A total of 18 tracks are being recorded.

MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP will support YNGWIE MALMSTEEN on a U.K. tour beginning in late May. A Spanish headlining trek is scheduled for early June.

(Thanks: Michael Schenker News and Tour Information)


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