Legendary guitarist Michael Schenker will play four shows in Japan in March. The dates are as follows:

March 27 - Namba Hatch - Osaka, Japan
March 28 - Diamond Hall - Nagoya, Japan
March 29 - Nakano Sun Plaza - Tokyo, Japan
March 30 - Nakano Sun Plaza - Tokyo, Japan

Schenker promises to "perform lots of classics from SCORPIONS, UFO and MSG" during the trek.

Michael's band for the tour will consist of the following musicians:

Michael Schenker - Guitar
Michael Voss - Vocals
Herman Rarebell - Drums
Elliott Rubinson - Bass
Wayne Findlay - Keyboards

Schenker's new album, "Temple Of Rock", was released in Europe on September 23 and in North America on October 11 on CD and LP through Schenker's own Inakoustik label via MVD Entertainment Group. The album was released in Japan on September 7.

Recording lineup:

* Michael Schenker - Guitar
* Michael Voss - Vocals
* Herman Rarebell - Drums
* Pete Way - Bass
* Wayne Findlay - Keyboards


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