Former SCORPIONS Drummer HERMAN RAREBELL Produces Debut Album From Germany's UNBREAKABLE

June 4, 2014

German hard rock band UNBREAKABLE will make its worldwide radio debut on this week's edition of "Streets Of Rock & Roll", the acclaimed radio show hosted by Ron Keel and currently airing on over 50 FM, AM and online stations worldwide.

UNBREAKABLE's debut album, "Knockout", was produced by longtime SCORPIONS drummer and songwriter Herman Rarebell and will be released July 29 on Dark Star Records. Rarebell himself made an appearance on Keel's radio show to talk about UNBREAKABLE and their music.

"I feel like they have what it takes to go all the way, and they remind me very much of the SCORPIONS when we were young and first came to the United States," Rarebell said on th show, which can be heard at A complete list of affiliate stations and air times is also online there.

Keel's one-hour weekly broadcast often features the latest music from rock legends and gives the new generation of arena rockers a chance to be heard. Another bright young star featured on this year's Monsters Of Rock cruise, 15 year-old Gabbie Rae, will be heard on the radio for the first time on this week's episode of the show.

"It's important to acknowledge those acts — like SCORPIONS — who blazed the hard rock trail for all of us," Ron states, "but it's equally important to support acts like UNBREAKABLE and Gabbie Rae who are the future of this music."

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