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Scorpions To Say ‘Goodbye’ Through 2011

02:01 PM Wednesday 9/1/10 |   |

The famed German rock band says it will continue its farewell tour through next year.

Today’s Scorpions announcement comes with no tour dates except to say the band will hit many U.S. cities that it missed in 2010.

  • Scorpions

    1st Bank Center, Broomfield, Colo.
    August 17, 2010

    (Rod Tanaka / TanakaPhoto.net)

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Of course, there’s no time limit as to how long Scorpions can keep on saying “Goodbye.” When announced in January, the band said the “Get Your Sting And Blackout World Tour” would take place “over the next few years.”

It’s been a helluva ride for members Klaus Meine (vocals), Matthias Jabs (lead guitar), Rudolf Schenker (guitar), James Kottak (drums) and Pawel Maciwoda (bass). Having already played Europe and North America, the band rocks Mexico when it returns to the road Sept. 4, then heads to South America followed by a series of fall dates in its native Germany.

Then there’s next year with dates and cities yet to be determined. Maybe even your local arena.

For more info, click here for the Scorpions website.


Comments

  1. wickedasitseems wrote:

    05:22 AM, May 15, 2011

    What are you stupid? Uli Roth left the scorpions in the 70's because he knew 30+ years later they would tour with crappy opening acts? What a dope!!

    The Scorpions are one of the best live bands of all time!!

  2. Cooter wrote:

    10:36 AM, Sep 09, 2010

    Finster, Im not sure what type of music you like and dont really care but the Scorpions put on a freakin GREAT live show.  Unless you dont like their music in which case you shouldnt have attended the show anyway.  I have been to countless show recently.. Bonjovi.. blew   STP...Boring as sin..   the Scorpions are the only guys who brought any energy to the stage.  

  3. Baby Finster wrote:

    02:48 PM, Sep 05, 2010

    THANK GOD!!!  Goodbye, cheeseballs who put on perhaps the shittiest concert I've ever attended.  PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE let Kiss be next to go!

  4. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    02:39 PM, Sep 02, 2010

     Its a shame some of the lousy U.S. hairbands they picked  to open for them on this one.No wonder Uli Roth quit those guys.



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