“MICHAEL SCHENKER FEST”
NOVEMBER 2017 UK TOUR
Michael Schenker announces four UK concerts in November for his “Michael Schenker Fest” Tour that will reunite the original three M.S.G. vocalists, Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet and Robin McAuley, plus MSG musicians Steve Mann (guitar, keyboards), Chris Glen (bass) and Ted McKenna (drums).
Michael will be bringing his spectacular show of live Rock to London; Sheffield; Manchester and Hull.
Tickets for the Hull 12 noon on Friday 17th March (today).
Tickets for the London, Sheffield and Manchester shows goes on sale to the general public at 10am on Monday 20th March, but O2 Priority customers can take advantage of the pre-sale which starts at 12 noon on Friday 17th March (today).
Featuring the original MSG vocalists, Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet and Robin Macauley and MSG musicians, Steve Mann (guitar & keys); Chris Glenn (Bass); Ted Mckenna (drums)
If you have ever heard Michael Schenker play live these are dates not to be missed. The opportunity to hear live in a UK Venue his latest Fest, recorded in Tokyo a superb boxed set, however good is not the same as being in the concert Hall with the musicians. Read what Bluesdoodles said about the recording HERE
Michael Schenker says, “It’s a miracle that after all these years, a tour like this will take place with the original band members of “M.S.G.”. Being able to go back to those days and celebrate the music is an exciting experience for us, as well as for old and new fans. To being able to re-experience, and for the new audience to get a feel of what it was like, is incredibly enjoyable.”
Continues Schenker, “It’s an amazing feeling to have all of my M.S.G. Family from the ’80’s performing together and especially with Graham Bonnet, who I never got to play any concerts after our Assault Attack album that was originally released in 1982. Fortunately, being able to have the participation of original M.S.G. members including Gary Barden, Chris Glen (bass) and Ted McKenna (drums) being part of it, and to perform with Robin McAuley and Steve Mann (guitar, keyboards) again as well, is pretty awesome.”
More background information HERE