Uli Jon Roth - Attick Demons - Guests
In Lisbon (Portugal) there is going to take place the second charity concert for streetdogs (February 8th, 2020). The entire revenues are donated to neglected, hurt and maltreated dogs. Famous musicians from Germany as well as Portugal support this project looking forward to an unforgettable event that is hardly topped with respect to its exclusiveness and intimacy.
The concert is led by the exceptional musician on the guitar named Uli Jon Roth (Scorpions / Electric Sun ...). No doubt that Roth belongs to the most popular guitar players in the world being able to shape with his style the first lp's of the Scorpions and besides, influencing a variety of other grand musicians worldwide. He was on stage with many of the well-known rock- dinosaurs (e.g. Deep Purple, Smashing Pumpkins or Robby Krieger (The Doors)) and in 2018 he again has been on tour with 'G3-Tour' – for the third time – a changing format sending the three very best guitar players around the globe.
Our stars of the evening from Portugal are one of Portugals most famous heavy-metal band ATTICK DEMONS and the multi-talent Manuel Joao Vieira.
ATTICK DEMONS is the esteemed Portugal Heavy Metal band very well known in the Portuguese underground scene will take you to the old days of New Wave of British Heavy-Metal with a little twist of today's Heavy-Metal sound. With an high pitched powerful singer, galloping drums and classic blazing guitar solos, you have to listen to believe!
The musician, actor cabaret artist and politician Manuel Joao Vieira is very well known in Portugal: Musically wise he masters genres from Pop, Rock 'till Flamenco taking Portuguese traditions in the grain. He likes to be a regular guest in the TV shows in Portugal and he is recording his new album now. In 2012 and 2016 he stood also as a candidate for the Portuguese presidency and managed to get appreciating election results as a lone!
Beside this we will welcome more guest, which will join the show!
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