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2020-04-01 – Don Airey – Frankfurt

Don Airey
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
20:00 - cancelled - Age restrictions unknown
Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1
Frankfurt, Germany 60327
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WARNING: Musikmesse 2020 has been cancelled due to coronavirus.

Performing the the Ultimate Jam event as part of Musikmesse 2020. Also billed for the jam are Bernie Marsden, Pete York, Jennifer Batten (guitar), Andreas Kümmert (vocals), Alexandr Misko (acoustic guitar); backing band: Danny O’Steen (bass and vocals), Matthias Bäuerlein (drums), and Max Hunt (keyboards).

Musikmesse visitors and Festival ticket holders can attend the Ultimate Jam, as well as the various workshops and clinics, free of charge as long as places are available. Additionally, there will be a limited number of special tickets giving guaranteed admission to the Jam.

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2 Comments to “2020-04-01 – Don Airey – Frankfurt”:

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    Nigel says:

    2nd April Musikmesse, Frankfurt DE – Randy Rhoads Remembered
    “The line-up for the European premiere of “Randy Rhoads Remembered” is continually filling up: latest on board for the event are guitarists Richie Faulkner (Judas Priest), Gus G (Firewind, ex-Ozzy-Osbourne) and the well-known solo artistes Tony MacAlpinel and Nick Johnston. Kelle Rhoads, brother of the guitar hero who died much too young, will be supplying some particularly emotional moments at the microphone. Already confirmed for the performance have been the house band “The Madmen”, with percussionist and musical director Brian Tichy, keyboarder Don Airey (Deep Purple), bass player Phil Soussan (ex-Ozzy-Osbourne, Beggars & Thieves), plus guitarists and vocalists Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (ex-Guns-‘N-Roses) and Christian Brady (Hellyeah).” https://musik.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en/programme-events/entertainment.html

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    Nigel Young says:

    “Musikmesse, Musikmesse Plaza 2020 and Musikmesse Festival events with more than 1,000 attendees cancelled Consequent on a general degree issued by the Hessian Ministry for Social Affairs and Integration, it is no longer possible to hold the ‘Musikmesse Plaza’ (3 and 4 April) or any concerts of the ‘Musikmesse Festival’ (31 March to 4 April) with over 1,000 visitors against the background of the rapid spread of SARS-CoV-2 infections. As it cannot be expected that the situation will change soon enough to schedule an adequate catch-up event, the organisers announce that the international trade show Musikmesse will not take place in 2020. The new dates for Musikmesse 2021 will be announced soon.”

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