Michael Schenker Fest feat. Michael Schenker, Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet & Robin Mcauley + Doogie White (Michael Schenker's Temple of Rock), Chris Glen (Bass), Ted McKenna (Drums) and Steve Mann (Guitar/Keys)

Michael Schenker

Award-winning. legendary guitarist Michael Schenker releases a new studio album entitle "Spirit On A Mission" Released by In-Akustik, the album of all-new material features Schenker's Temple Of Rock band: ex-Scorpions Herman Rarebell (drums) and Francis Buchholz (bass), ex-Rainbow's Doogie White (vocals) and Wayne Findlay (guitar & keyboards). The new album features twelve classic rock guitar-driven songs that highlight Schenker's distinctive and dynamic guitar playing, valiantly underpinned by the ferocious rythym section of Rarebell and Buchholz, the same rythym section that originally performed together on the Scorpions' 1979 album Lovedrive.

Gary Barden

English vocalist and songwriter, born 27 August 1955 in Royal Tunbridge Wells, England, UK.

Graham Bonnet

British singer and songwriter, born 23rd December 1947, in Skegness, Lincolnshire, England. Not to be confused with Graham Bonney who hails from London.

For the engineer, please use Graham Bonnett (+ ANV if necessary).

Robin McAuley

Irish vocalist, born 20 January 1953 in County Meath, Ireland.

Doogie White

Scottish rock vocalist, born Mar 7th, 1960, Motherwell.

Chris Glen

Scottish bassist, born 6 November 1950 in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, UK.

Ted McKenna

Edward 'Ted' McKenna, born 10th of march 1950, Coatbridge, Glasgow, Scotland

Drummer, first with Tear Gas, that became The Sensational Alex Harvey Band in 1972. He played with Rory Gallagher then.

Steve Mann

American songwriter and guitarist (May 2, 1943 - September 9, 2009, San Pablo, California, USA).

As a student at Valley State College in Los Angeles, Mann began to perform folk music at hootenannies and clubs like The Ash Grove, Los Angeles and The Troubadour. He became accquainted with a number of musicians in the folk music scene, including Hoyt Axton, Judy Henske, Gail Garnett, Jimmy Rubin, and Terry Wadsworth. He also began accompanying Janis Joplin on guitar and they performed at open mics around the Los Angeles area. Mann was also a fixture on the 1960s San Francisco rock scene, playing with Jefferson Airplane, Frank Zappa, and members of Grateful Dead.

Around 1967 Mann suffered a mental breakdown and went into partial retirement. In 2003 Mann moved to Berkeley, California where he began to perform again with the help of friends Will Scarlett and Janet Smith. Mann continued to play locally in Berkeley until shortly before his death in 2009.

$42.50 General Admission /// $70 Early Entry




Michael Schenker reunites with the three original MSG singers to play a retrospective of greatest hits.  Do not miss this once in a lifetime chance to see these legends together on one stage.

** Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet, & Robin Mcauley

** Plus Doogie White (Michael Schenker’s Temple of Rock)

** Chris Glen (Bass)

** Ted McKenna (Drums)

** Steve Mann (Guitar/Keys)


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