Michael Schenker Open To Working With Graham Bonnet Again

04/24/2014
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(Classic Rock) Michael Schenker has revealed he'd be delighted to work with singer Graham Bonnet again - despite the split following recording sessions for 1982 album Assault Attack.

The guitarist icon believes the former Rainbow singer's departure meant the Michael Schenker Group record was never properly toured, leading to a relative lack of success.

Schenker - who released solo album Bridge The Gap last year - tells Songfacts.com: "It would be interesting to see if we can put something together live, because Assault Attack never got toured.

"If Graham was well enough and the opportunity and the moment in time would allow something like that to happen, it would maybe be a creative thing to do. But at this point we never quite got to it." more on this story

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