ULI JON ROTH To Lead Guitar Seminar In Los Angeles

According to a posting on guitar legend Uli Jon Roth's (ex-SCORPIONS) official web site, the first-ever Sky Academy Seminar & Sky Music Festival is going to take place in Los Angeles, California on May 24-28, 2006. Uli Jon Roth will personally lead the guitar and music seminar, which is coupled with a series of three exclusive L.A. concerts by himself and his new band in the same venue. Each concert is going to be devoted to a different theme and will feature music from all phases of Uli's career, including SCORPIONS, ELECTRIC SUN, SKY OF AVALON and TRANSCENDENTAL SKY GUITAR. The venue for both the Academy and the concerts is the Ralph Freud Theater at the University Campus of Los Angeles (UCLA).

For further information on the seminar and concerts, please visit the official Sky Academy web site at www.sky-academy.com. Tickets for the concerts will go on sale soon, and a date will be announced shortly.

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