SCORPIONS Frontman To Talk Soccer On German TV

SCORPIONS frontman Klaus Meine will talk soccer on a German TV show which is scheduled to air on N-TV. According to the band's official web site, Klaus will be featured in the segments "My Soccer World Cup City Hannover" (presented by Meine) and "My Soccer World Cup Story" (featuring Meine talking about the Soccer World Cup 1994 in the USA). The air times are as follows (all times CET):

Tuesday, January 31 at 1:10 A.m.
Friday, February 3 at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 5 at 7:10 a.m. and 10:30 p.m.

SCORPIONS recently completed the "Acoustica Peace for All Middle East" tour in support of their latest album, "Unbreakable", which was released in the U.S. in June 2004 through Sanctuary Records. The CD was recorded at Peppermint Park Studio in Hannover, Germany and was mixed at Wisseloord studios in Hilversum, Holland. The band in 2004 announced the addition of Polish bassist Pawel Maciwoda (SECTION 31, URBANATOR) to group's ranks.


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