KROKUS: 1982 Concert Footage From New York's Brooklyn Zoo Club Posted Online

The official web site of the Swiss hard rock legends KROKUS has been updated with live concert footage shot in 1982 at the Brooklyn Zoo Club in New York City during the band's "Vice" tour. This was one of the first concerts in the then newly opened club. According to a posting on the site, "it features an incredible drum/percussion duel between drummer Freddy Steady and percussionist/bass player Chris Von Rohr that was so sorely missed in the years that Chris was not part of KROKUS. Those of you that were at the 2008 KROKUS reunion concert in Bern, Switzerland on August 2 know what the rest of the KROKUS fan community missed!"

The lineup for the 1982 concert was as follows:

Marc Storace - vocals
Fernando Von Arb - lead guitar
Mark Kohler - rhythm guitar
Chris Von Rohr – bass, percussion
Freddy Steady - drums

KROKUS' setlist was as follows:

01. Long Stick Goes Boom
02. Easy Rocker
03. To The Top
04. Winning Man
05. Drum/Percussion Solo
06. Rock City
07. American Woman

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