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Francis Buchholz


Known finest for his use the German hard rock group the Scorpions, this bassist contributed to 12 from the group’s albums, including Take flight towards the Rainbow and Crazy Globe. He also performed using the Michael Schenker Group (MSG) and Dreamtide, among additional rings. During his senior high school years, he performed in several local jazz, rock and roll, and blues organizations. Later, while learning engineering in the University or college of Hannover, he became a member of a band known as Dawn Street. He founded a German theatrical audio and lighting organization known as Rocksound. He was created and elevated in Hannover, Germany. He and his Scorpions bandmate, drummer Herman Rarebell, both participated in the 2012 “Temple Of Rock and roll – Lovedrive Reunion” music tour.

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Date Of Birth February 19, 1954
Place Of Birth Germany
Profession Bassist
Nationality German
Spouse Hella Buchholz
Music Groups Scorpions, Michael Schenker Group, Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock, Dreamtide
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1Quit Scorpions in 1992.
2Longtime bass player for rock band Scorpions.

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The Wall: Live in Berlin1990TV Movie documentary musician: bass guitar - uncredited



Moscow Music Peace Festival1989TV SpecialHimself
The Wall: Live in Berlin1990TV Movie documentaryBassist - Surrogate Band (uncredited)

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Forever and a Day2015DocumentaryHimself

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