Win Tix For Doro Pesch In NYC (2/4/2013)

Poster - Doro - 2013

The Scoop: The Metal Republic of NYC has not had their reigning Queen Doro Pesch visit for a concert since about 2011 if my figures are correct so that makes it wonderful news that she will be returning to us all and bringing Sister Sin along for the ride. I’ve enjoyed the music of Doro since she was in Warlock, and have continually been impressed by her genuine positivity towards her loyal fans as she delivers the goods on the stage like few others even dare attempt. When you go to a Doro show, you are entertained. Let’s add to that the coolness of Sister Sin, who I have seen a couple of times now and enjoyed very much. Fronted by the beautiful Liv Jagrell, this is a band that knows how to dish it out. In my Metal opinion, this is a great pairing of talent. That being said, I am super excited to announce that thanks to the folks at the B.B. King’s management side, is going to send some of you to the show for free. Read on.

When & Where: Monday, February 4th, 7pm @ B.B. King Blues Club (237 West 42nd Street NYC).

To Participate: Since Doro Pesch is the true ruling Queen of the Metal Realm, she must have a number of loyal knights in her service. Let’s have a little fun with this my readers and tell me who four of these knights might be and why you picked them. When I meant knights I mean individual players from bands outside of her own. I will be looking at the best comments and letting winners know if they have won a ticket right here in the post. Get going.

Restrictions: All contests are open to our regional readers but remember that if you recently won any of these that we are looking for new participants first to give everyone a fair chance at enjoying a concert for free.

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B.B. King’s: Codes for noted artist releases for possible interest

13 thoughts on “Win Tix For Doro Pesch In NYC (2/4/2013)”

  1. her loyal knights would be chris caffery of savatage , tso , lemmy of motorhead , udo from accept all three have done work with her musically and of course rjd who she wrote the awesome ballad hero in his memory !

  2. Her first loyal knight would be none other than Dave Mustaine. Megadeth was responsible for taking Warlock out on their first (and only?) US tour. Loyal knight #2 would be Gene Simmons who produced Doro’s self titled 2nd album in 1990. I’m sure he got his hands on her personal control knobs as well. The third loyal knight would be the late Peter Steele who did a duet with Ms. Pesch on the song “Descent.” Loyal knight #4 comes in the form of Dee Snider whom Doro performed a duet with on Twisted Sister’s pointless A Twisted Christmas album.

  3. Her loyal knights would be Biff Byford, Udo Dirkschneider, Tarja Turunen, and Lemmy. I feel she has collaborated with these 4 artists the most. Got to see Motorhead play Killed By Death featuring Doro at the Best Buy Theater. Maybe she’ll make an appearance with U.D.O. when they play in April.

  4. Chris Boltendahl from Grave Digger instantly comes to mind as Doro played Mary on the Ballad of Mary EP and was there live when they did Tunes of War in its entirety at Wacken. Also trying to stay away from some of the other great choices fans have made, I will point toward her 25 Years in Rock CD/DVD set in which Bobby Blitz from Overkill is on “Always Live to Win”, Warrel Dane from Nevermore/Sanctuary is on “True As Steel” and she is rockin with Klaus Meine from Scorpions on “Big City Nights” and “Rock You Like A Hurricane”. All three men can be added to Doro’s list of Knights.

  5. Blaze Bayley, (great duet on fear of the dark with the orchestra) Biff Byford, Lemme & Gene Simmons, who produced the self-titled album.

  6. Attention all Metal heads. This contest has closed and winners have been notified via this very post. Please confirm that we have your full real name by emailing me at [email protected] – I will reply with the details on how to claim your ticket.

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