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New Interviews with former Scorpions members Herman Rarebell and Ralph Rieckermann

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011 by

Herman Rarebell interview:
Classic Rock Revisited caught up with ex-Scorpions drummer Herman Rarebell to discuss his recent role in an upcoming solo album by rocker Michael Schenker. Herman let us know that the new album is great and it is being recorded with Pete Way of UFO on bass, hopefully. It seems Way is still Waysted most of the time and with Rarebell and Schenker being drug free his antics are weighing heavy on their nerves.
Not all the news is bad, however, as Rarebell is still rocking and waving the hard rock flag into his sixties. He has overcome the odds and rocked us like a hurricane for decades. He still has a fever for rock n’ roll and the only cure he can find is to keep on jamming.
We also take a look back in time to the days before Herman joined the Scorpions and learn how writing lyrics came to fall on his shoulders. Lastly, we discuss some career highlights including what it was like to play during Roger Water’s live DVD performed in Berlin where the famous wall once stood.


Ralph Rieckermann video interview:
Argentinean rock journalist Lucas H. Gordon, who currently resides in Hollywood, California, recently conducted an interview with former SCORPIONS bassist Ralph Rieckermann. Ralph talks about playing with the legendary German hard rock band from 1993 to 2003, his departure from the group, his present and future. You can now watch the chat in three parts below.


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