Chris Von Rohr from Krokus
In the words of Krokus - "nothing is more powerful than a powerul song".
Here's Katt Cullen's FULL call with Chris Von Rohr from Krokus, ahead of their gig at Baloise Session.
Hard rock band Krokus started making music in the 70s in Solothurn.
Early hits included 'Bedside Radio, 'Tokyo Nights', Long Stick Goes Boom, and 'Screaming in the Night'. From their third album onwards, they started to do more covers:
They conquered America, Canada and England in the 80s, on the same bill as AC/DC, Van Halen, Judas Priest and Motörhead.
"These five muskateers of rock have outlasted trends and survuved treacherous US managers, tough splits, bad deals, shady lawyers, drugs, awful fast food, endless bus trips, disco, grunge, grotesque record companies, and double-dealing advisors" - www.krokusonline.com
Krokus will play at Baloise Session on 31 October