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New Interviews with Scorpions Members

September 9th, 2015 by

Rudy Schenker interview with the Boston Globe – http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/scorpions-guitarist-says-50th-annniversary-tour-delayed-schenker-brothers-album/

At 50 Scorpions still rock like a Hurricane – USA today interview with Rudy and Klaus- http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/music/2015/09/06/scorpions-50th-anniversary-tour-on-the-road-again/71804492/

Rudy, Klaus and Matthias reveal how they came up with the Title Return to Forever http://ultimateclassicrock.com/scorpions-return-to-forever-video/

Rudy and Klaus discuss the history behind “Wind of Change” – http://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/scorpions-wind-of-change-the-oral-history-of-1990s-epic-power-ballad-20150902


New Interview with Matthias Jabs

September 1st, 2015 by

Klaus Meine of The Scorpions Talks New Album and 50 Year Anniversary in Multiple INTERVIEWS)

August 25th, 2015 by


Klaus Meine of The Scorpions Talks New Album and 50 Year Anniversary (INTERVIEW)




Scorpions press conference to celebrate 50th anniversary World Tour on August 6, 2015 in Incheon, South Korea.

August 7th, 2015 by

New Interview with James Kottak

March 20th, 2015 by


Interview with James Kottak

New Interview with Rudy Schenker

March 13th, 2015 by

Exclusive New Interview with Klaus Meine

February 16th, 2015 by

Currently we are experiencing a flurry of Scorpions related new music. Impending releases from Michael Schenker and his Temple of Rock new album, UFO and the Scorpions themselves have all enforced the belief that the classic rock genre is very much alive and kicking. The recent introduction of a new UK based festival to the summer calender Ramblin Man Fair to be headlined by the legendary German Rock band the Scorpions offered the opportunity to discuss both this and the band  history who are now  in their 50th year of existence with frontman Klaus Meine.

Germany’s most successfully rock band, The Scorpions. These guys have been trend setters for that genre from the country that is known for Beer and their world class Oktoberfest Festival. Through Rock’s history we’ve had quite a few legendary bands that are known for their longevity in the scene, The Scorpions fit right up there when it comes to a definitive long career. But as with tenure bands, at some point they like to call it quits, so it happened in 2012 at the end of another successful world tour, the band threw the anvil down and decided to step way.

Truth be told, when there is a high demand, you supply more. In this case they guys realized that stepping away wasn’t all that easy as their popularity is still at a constant level. Klaus Meine himself admittedly said so.

Their long time running vocalist now at the senior age of 66, instead decided to mix some downtime in between studio albums instead of the constant grind of life on the road ( A bit like Judas Priest decided to do). So with a new studio album this year titled “Return to Forever” the upcoming eighteenth studio album, the band catapults their way back into the scene, line up another world tour and The Scorpions are back in business, stinging their poising to all their longtime army of fans.

We we’re very fortunate to have a chat with Klaus Meine himself tackling new album, world tour, their past success and the future… Full interview at the below link:



Rudolf Schenker, The Scorpions interview – February 2015 from Planetmosh

February 16th, 2015 by

Planetmosh spoke to Rudolf Schenker, founder of legendary rock band The Scorpions, to talk about their new album “Return to forever” and their live shows including their first UK date in 8 years at this year’s Ramblin’ Man festival.


New Interviews with All Scorpions members

February 12th, 2015 by

Forever and a Day – The Scorpions Movie

February 11th, 2015 by

The Scorpions are one of the most successful rock bands ever. This year marks their unbelievable 50th stage anniversary. During a tour that had started as their Farewell tour they decided that they want to just keep on rocking. Deutsche Welle’s new documentary ‘Forever and a Day’ traces the band’s unique history. Last Saturday saw the world premiere of the film in Berlin.

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