ULI JON ROTH Performs In Front Of A Sold-Out Crowd In Greece

February 29, 2004

Legendary guitarist Uli Jon Roth (ex-SCORPIONS) performed his first-ever show in Athens, Greece Saturday night (Feb. 28) in front of a "sold-out house," according to a post on Roth's web site. " Uli entered the stage to a thunderous standing ovation, which lasted for a long time. He performed for about an hour and played a good portion of 'Metamorphosis'. As a special treat for his Greek fans. Uli ended the incredible set with a version of 'Fly To The Rainbow', a piece which he had not performed since 'Tokyo Tapes' in 1978. The atmosphere throughout the concert can only be described as electric."

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