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.
The Scorpions rose phoenix-like from the ashes of recent career setbacks with their sophomore album ‘Fly to the Rainbow,’ released on November 1, 1974.
Peter Amend, longtime manager for Scorpions, passed away yesterday.
The Scorpions returned to leftover material from the band's most celebrated era as part of a 50th anniversary album project.
Organizers say the Scorpions' outlandish rider requests have threatened the profitability of two European music festivals.
The Scorpions' signature hit 'Rock You Like a Hurricane' is featured in a television commercial for Fiber One's new line of cookies.