According to Joe Schlared of Joe Schlared's Accept Home Page, the previously announced G3-style spring European tour featuring ex-ACCEPT guitarist Wolf Hoffmann, Michael Schenker (MSG, UFO, SCORPIONS) and Uli Jon Roth (SCORPIONS) has now been completely called off after Schenker was not able to not fit in the planned dates in his 2006 tour with the MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP. However, Wolf is currently spending more time in Germany with various arrangers and musical directors to work on a classical multimedia show for 2007. No further information is currently available.

As previously reported, Hoffmann joined former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach's solo band for a one-time-only appearance at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York on November 26. Also appearing on the bill were TWISTED SISTER (headliners), YNGWIE MALMSTEEN and GEORGE LYNCH. Check out pictures at Rockstarpix.com.


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