Michael Schenker Fest "Live" Tokyo released 24 March ft. Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet & Robin McAuley

 Michael Schenker Fest “Live” Tokyo released 24 March ft. Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet & Robin McAuley


Available on 2CD, 2CD+DVD Combo, LP, DVD, Blu-ray, Digital
OnFriday 24th March 2017, rock guitarist legend Michael Schenker and in-akustikwill release Michael Schenker Fest “Live” Tokyo – a stunning new live recording and filmed concert released on 2CD, 2CD+DVD Combo, LP, DVD, Blu-ray, and Digital.

Filmed and recorded Tokyo International Forum on August 24, 2016, this historic concert features guest appearances from some of the greatest rock vocalists who have worked with Schenkerincluding M.S.G.’s Gary Barden and Graham Bonnet, and Robin McAuley of the McAuley Schenker Group5000 fans witnessed an anthology moment of quintessential hard rock music of the highest calibre.

Says Schenker, “It’s a miracle that after all these years, something like this took 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.”

1.       Intro: Searching For Freedom
2.       Into The Arena
3.       Attack Of The Mad Axeman ft. Gary Barden
4.       Victim Of Illusion ft. Gary Barden
5.       Cry For The Nations ft. Gary Barden
6.       Let Sleeping Dogs Lie ft. Gary Barden
7.       Armed And Ready ft. Gary Barden
8.       Coast To Coast
9.       Assault Attack ft. Graham Bonnet
10.   Desert Song ft. Graham Bonnet
11.   Dancer ft. Graham Bonnet
12.   Captain Nemo
13.   This Is My Heart ft. Robin McAuley
14.   Save Yourself ft. Robin McAuley
15.   Love Is Not A Game ft. Robin McAuley
16.   Shoot Shoot ft. Robin McAuley
17.   Rock Bottom ft. Robin McAuley

            18.   Doctor Doctor ft. Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet, Robin McAuley

Author: barnstoneworthutd

Rock music lover from the age of 4 thanks to my dad. I migrated to the classic rock bands of the 70 (Rainbow, Rush, Lizzy, Purple etc) before discovering melodic rock and hair metal in the 80s and beyond. Also partial to a bit of prog

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