DORO - South American Tour Dates, Mexico Show Confirmed

December 26, 2010, 8 years ago

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Germany's DORO has announced a string of tour dates for South America and a show in Mexico set for April 2011. Her schedule is as follows:

April

21 - Belo Horizonte, Brazil - Lupa Multshow
23 - Sao Luis, Brazil - Red Club
24 - Sao Paulo, Brazil - Carioca Club
26 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Roxy Live
28 - Bogota, Colombia - Teatro Mama
30 - Mexico City, Mexico - Lunario

Followng is an excerpt from BW&BK;'s recent interview with Doro:

Twenty-seven years into her career and Pesch is nowhere close to slowing down. Artists grow and change over time – in Lee Aaron’s case this includes well-documented trashing of the genre that gave her a name – and while this is true of Pesch, she is still metal at her core. One needs only to attend a live show to have this truth slammed home. On December 13th, 2008 she celebrated her 25th anniversary as a metal legend with a show of epic proportions, unleashed now for the fans that couldn’t attend as a DVD, 25 Years In Rock. A long wait, but well worth it.

“It took almost two years, yes. We performed on December 13th, 2008 and one or two months later the Fear No Evil record came out, so we were out touring non-stop and doing festivals,” Pesch says of the perceived delay in getting the package out. “In January this year we started working on the DVD, we mixed it in Pennsylvania, we edited and organized all the pictures in Berlin, so it took about eight months to get everything done. I actually delivered the finished product to the label before we went on tour in America. It took a long time, but it’s a long DVD; six or seven hours, I think. The concert is between two-and-a-half and three hours long, there’s a 90 minute documentary, a lot of behind-the-scenes material, and we highlighted the festivals from last year and this year.”

Quite the undertaking, especially since Pesch punctuated her 20th anniversary with a six hour DVD package, 20 Years: A Warrior Soul. Never mind the mumblings of a cash grab; putting together a production the size of 25 Years In Rock is a huge and time consuming amount of work.

“It can never be too much,” Pesch says. “When I know I can do something for the fans that I know they’ll like, it’s never too much time or too much work being invested in it. When I do something I want to do it right. I don’t want to be like the flavor of the month where people like what I do for a while and then forget about it. I want to give the fans something they can play over and over, like watching the DVD and finding something new little thing on it each time. Whatever it takes to make the fans happy.”

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