MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP: 'Tales Of Rock 'N' Roll' To Receive U.S. Release In August
Locomotive Records has set an August 1 North American release for "Tales of Rock 'n' Roll" by MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP (MSG), a special CD to celebrate the band's 25-year anniversary. The CD contains Michael Schenker's signature riffage on new cuts featuring an all-star assembly of singers who have recorded with Schenker over the past quarter-century: Graham Bonnet, Gary Barden, Robin McAuley, Kelly Keeling, Leif Sundin, Chris Logan and Michael's current vocalist, Jari Tiura. UFO's Pete Way chips in with bass for this special occasion and RACER X drummer Jeff Martin is behind the kit.
The acclaimed German lead guitarist has recorded 34 studio albums with 10 different bands, including SCORPIONS, UFO, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, and the MCAULEY/SCHENKER GROUP. Add to that eight live albums and five compilations and you get a staggering 47 Michael Schenker albums.
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