MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP: New Touring Lineup To Include Ex-AC/DC Drummer CHRIS SLADE

MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP (MSG) will play the following U.K./Ireland dates in December:

Dec. 16 - Manchester, UK - Manchester Academy 3
Dec. 17 - Sheffield, UK - Sheffield Academy
Dec. 18 - Dudley, UK - JB's
Dec. 19 - Belfast, IRE - Ulster Hall
Dec. 20 - Bristol, UK - Bristol Academy
Dec. 21 - Milton Keynes, UK - The Pitz Club (Woughton Center)
Dec. 22 - Newcastle, UK - Newcastle Academy
Dec. 23 - Oxford, UK - Oxford Academy

The band's touring lineup for the shows will be as follows:

Michael Schenker (guitar)
Gary Barden (vocals)
Wayne Findlay (guitar, keyboards)
Chris Slade (drums)
Chris Glen (bass)

MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP's latest album, "In the Midst of Beauty", was released in May 2008 via Inakustic GMBH. The CD features returning MSG singer Gary Barden, drummer Simon Philips (THE WHO, TOTO), bassist Neil Murray (BLACK SABBATH, WHITESNAKE) and keyboardist Don Airey (DEEP PURPLE, OZZY OSBOURNE).


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