The mind blowing guitar solos of Matthias Jabs and Pawel Maciwoda, the unreal drummer (extra-terrestrial) Mikkey Dee and the inimitable voice of the lead singer Klaus Meine will take you out of this world for a 1h45 magical set. From Big Cities Night, Delicate Dance, to Coast to Coast… We even had the chance to witness a 70s’ medley of Top of the Bill, Streamrock Fever, Speedy’s Coming and Catch Your Train.
Interacting with the crowd between old and new songs, making eyes contacts with everybody, this timeless band knows perfectly how to keep the audience entertained. They made history with “Wind of Change”, that Klaus sang in one voice with the crowd.
There was a box full of drumsticks that they threw to the crowd during all the concert ! At least 50 drumsticks later, it was also funny to try to catch Matthias and Pawel’s mediators. Our team got some mediators and the drumstick Mikkey played with during all the gig ! And by played, I mean madly played.
In fact, we witnessed the craziest drum solo, in the air. Mister Dee literally did a 6 minutes passionate set without taking a breath, and he almost didn’t leave the stage from the beginning to the end of the concert. You’ll say, he was the legendary drummer of Motörhead for years after all. Yeah, true. Scorpions even honoured Mikkey’s roots by covering Overkill.
Loved by the old generation and conquering the young generation with success, their music surely marked the spirits.
Thank you Scorpions. For your madness show. This one was for the books.