ULI JON ROTH To Be Joined By Former SCORPIONS Bassist For European Tour
The lineup for legendary guitarist Uli Jon Roth's (ex-SCORPIONS) band for the upcoming European dates will be as follows:
Uli Jon Roth - Guitar, vocals
Francis Buchholz (ex-SCORPIONS) - Bass
Olaf Senkbeil - Vocals
Ferdy Doernberg - Keyboards, Guitar
Stefan Schwarzmann (ACCEPT, ex-HELLOWEEN) - Drums
John Boswell - Guitar
Ex-SCORPIONS/ELOY drummer Jürgen Rosenthal will join Uli and the band on stage for some of the shows to play a couple of songs from SCORPIONS' "Fly to the Rainbow" album.
Uli, Francis and Jürgen have not been on stage together since 1974 and Uli is looking forward very much to playing with his old friends again. The program for this tour is going to be extensive, as Uli intends to play material from all phases of his career, including many early SCORPIONS and ELECTRIC SUN songs. Quite a few of these have actually never been performed live so far. Since there are so many songs to choose from the program may vary substantially from night to night.
For a complete listing of upcoming Uli Jon Roth tour dates, click here.
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