Scorpions drummer James Kottak endured some rough times in 2014, including a stint in a Dubai jail and a trip to rehab, but it's all behind him now.
The Scorpions' 50th anniversary tour will bring them to North America in September.
We're just days away from the European release of the new Scorpions album, Return to Forever — but impatient fans can get a taste of the record now, thanks to a streaming player recently unveiled by the band.
Two years ago, the Scorpions announced that they were canceling their plans to retire.
On March 10, Uli Jon Roth, who served as the Scorpions’ lead guitarist from 1973-78, will release ‘Scorpions Revisted,’ a 19-track set of newly recorded versions of songs that he first cut with his former band.
Michael 'Commander' Gehrke worked for the Scorpions for more than 30 years.
Were you taken aback when you read news of another full-length album from the Scorpions years after they announced their retirement plans?
The Scorpions will celebrate their 50th anniversary pretty much the same way they've spent all the other ones: on the road.
James Kottak is back with the Scorpions after receiving treatment for alcohol abuse.