MICHAEL SCHENKER: More 'Unplugged' Tour Dates Announced

Legendary guitarist Michael Schenker (UFO, SCORPIONS) will be embarking on the "Unplugged California Tour" with keyboardist Wayne Findlay and vocalist Kelly Keeling between March 23 and March 27. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 23 - Malibu, CA @ Malibu Inn
Mar. 24 - San Juan Capastrano, CA @ Coach House
Mar. 25 - Ventura, CA @ Ventura Theatre
Mar. 26 - Sacramento, CA @ Road House Outside
Mar. 27 - Santa Clara, CA @ Avalon Nite Club

These venues will be set up with tables and chairs to make it an "intimate night with Michael Schenker."

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 CD 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.


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