The Czechs have hard rock hearts, says the frontman of the Scorpions group. The band will play at the O2 arena on Thursday night iROZHLAS
One of the most famous ballads from Scorpions is definitely the song Wind Of Change, which also became a kind of soundtrack of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The rock band Scorpion will play in Prague
The lyrics also celebrate the political changes in Eastern Europe and the growing freedom in the communist countries.
The West German group was already popular in the countries of the then Eastern bloc during the socialist era.
But the Scorpions never performed in Czechoslovakia or the neighboring GDR. They were too provocative for the communist cadres with their leather clothes, long hair and exclusively English texts.
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Her fans had to wait for the performance of the legendary group in our country until 1993, when it played in Ostrava. Since then, she has also come to Brno or Karlovy Vary.
And the fans go to Germany to see the band. For example, in 2012, singer Klaus Meine sang almost the entire concert with the Czech flag on his back, which was brought to him by domestic listeners.
The Czechs really have hard rock hearts – this is the statement of the seventy-four-year-old frontman who regularly returns to the Czech Scorpions.
And on Thursday night, they will mainly play songs from the album Rock Believer, which was released in February this year.
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