Uli John Roth to rock Newton Theatre


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By all accounts, 2018 is going to be another very busy touring year for Uli Jon Roth, who will storm into the Newton Theatre on Friday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m.

During his five year tenure as a member of Germany’s number one rock band, The Scorpions, Uli built the foundation for his status of guitar legend. He quickly established himself as one of the main songwriters in the band and soon gained an international reputation as one of the most important innovators of the electric guitar.

Those who have been lucky enough to witness Uli's live performances in recent years will testify that his concerts are an expression of the highest art of guitar playing and each onstage appearance by Uli Jon Roth is a unique occasion, because he always manages to create new magic on stage through his guitar playing and his inspiring persona. Uli is equally at home on stages of all sizes, from smaller, intimate venues such as clubs to stadiums and festivals and he always manages to captivate the attention of audiences all over the world by tapping into the very heart of music itself. Uli considers his live performances as a very important and irreplaceable part of his overall artistic life, and he loves to keep his shows as free and spontaneous as possible, often appearing without a fixed set-list and always open to incorporate spur-of-the-moment ideas into his set.

Uli and his band will perform a 3-hour show including Electric Sun Reborn and Tokyo Tapes Revisited.

By all accounts, 2018 is going to be another very busy touring year for Uli Jon Roth.

Tickets start at just $24 at The Newton Theatre box office at 219 Spring Street in Newton, NJ; online at www.TheNewtonTheatre.com; or by calling 973-940-NEWT.



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