After announcing their retirement a few years ago, German legends Scorpions had a change of heart and will keep touring and making new music as they approach their 50th anniversary.
Metallica's James Hetfield isn't sure when the end will come, but he says he doesn't want to have a "farewell tour" that isn't the end like KISS or Scorpions.
Scorpions drummer James Kottak is back on U.S. soil after having to spend time in a Dubai jail following an incident on a flight from Moscow to Dubai. The rocker was arrested for being drunk, making derogatory remarks to passengers on board his flight and exposing himself to others at the airport.
Scorpions drummer James Kottak has found himself in lots of trouble after an incident following a Gulf Air flight from Moscow to Dubai. According to sources, Kottak was arrested earlier this month for being drunk shortly after landing in Dubai. Kottak also reportedly shouted derogatory remarks at passengers and pulling his pants down to "moon" others at the airport. As a result, Kottak has been sentenced to one month in jail.
There have been some mighty ballads penned by the Scorpions, including 'Wind of Change,' 'Lady Starlight,' and, the one featured in this video, 'Still Loving You.' In Thailand, a special version of the hit singing competition television show 'The Voice' featured only kids. One of the standout performances was this girl's audition.