eclipsed No. 178 / 3-2016

31. December 2016

GENESIS - 40 years of "A Trick Of The Tail" Of

Exclusive RUNRIG Tour Raffle - Meet the band backstage!

20. October 2016

Exclusive RUNRIG Tour Raffle - Meet the band backstage!

For the RUNRIGtour starting next week we raffle two places at a show of your choice. But it gets even better: A band member meets the winners at the hotel before the joint ride in the band bus to the soundcheck and will then give you a little tour of the backstage procedures (technology, instruments, transport, backstage etc ). You will also get food from the band catering and be in front of all the other fans in the hall.

Write as always a mail with your complete contact details to verlosung@eclipsed.de and tell us your desired show!

The winners will be notified by email!

RUNRIG - Who wants to live forever

17. February 2016

RUNRIG - Who wants to live forever

Scots know how to celebrate. The invitation of the record company Sony underlines this. A group of selected journalists from across the European continent and the British Isles gather in Glasgow to get to know the latest and last studio work of the Scottish folk rock institution. In the Linn Factory, manufacturer of exclusive Hi-Fi components, there is a listing session of the complete album, followed by a whisky rehearsal and witty interviews with the band.

3 p.m.: Already in the shuttle from the hotel to the company headquarters of Linn, the manufacturer of stereo equipment for highest audiophile demands, founded in 1973, there is a lot of discussion about why Runrig put such a decided end to her career as a recording artist.

15:30 h: Arrived there - typical for the country it rains heavily - the press representatives get a small tour through the production. A friendly reception with a cold buffet follows.

RUNRIG "The Story"

21. January 2016

The fourteenth studio work of the Scottish rockers from the Hebridean island of Skye is to be their last after 42 years. So the album title "The Story" is programmatic and the lyrics of the ten new songs reflect the founding brothers Rory and Calum Macdonald's own band history. Of course, this includes the love of the Scottish Highlands and Islands with all their myths, the Gaelic language culture and the great and small human destinies.