Rudolf Schenker teases Scorpions 60th anniversary tour in 2025

Scorpions founder, leader and sole constant member Rudolf Schenker is tentatively planning to take the band out on the road in 2025 to celebrate their 60th anniversary.

Following in the footsteps of The Rolling Stones, Rudolf Schenker believes that 2025 would be a good time to mark 60 years since he formed the legendary German outfit.

Questioned about the possible retirement, 75-year-old Schenker told Tales From The Road: “It’s not a never-ending road. The road will be finished sooner or later; it’s up to you and to our gods.

“But in 2025, that could be a great time for our 60th anniversary. 2025, it’s the time when Scorpions is 60 years old. So, then, to celebrate 60 years of Scorpions could be a possibility.

“I’m in contact with our very old drummer (Wolfgang Dziony), who was playing on (Scorpions’ 1971 debut album) ‘Lonesome Crow’, and the bass player, and use them also on stage to see the different kind of states we went through.

“Because we are very much connected still in all the different musicians, and that shows again, when we can make it, that music is always there for making friendships.”

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