THE SCORPIONS Guitarist Lends Production Skills

June 14, 2002

THE SCORPIONS guitarist Matthias Jabs has reportedly produced a track entitled "The Ordinary Me" for the Krefeld, Germany-based act BROCKMAN.

BROCKMAN, who are apparently still unsigned, were selected by a jury on May 14th as one of three winning bands out of 1,042 applicants in the Tour Factory 2002 contest. Between June 17th and July 4th, an Internet voting poll will be held to determine a winner among the three remaining bands, with the lucky act's prize to consist of a free music video. To vote for BROCKMAN, click here. To visit BROCKMAN's official web site, go to this location.

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