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Joerg Backstage Friendly Small 

(Somewhere backstage on the With Full Force Festival in 1999)

I study Biology and work as  Guitar Technician mainly for Gamma Ray.  I also work and worked for Destruction, Iron Savior, Roland Grapow, Steel Prophet, Edguy, Pegazus, Jag Panzer, Labyrinth, Grave Digger, Tom Angelripper, Rage, Iced Earth and Blind Guardian (my first Tour in 1991).

I also do the concert booking for Gamma Ray, Destruction, Edguy, Freedom Call, Iron Savior, Raise Hell, Rhapsody, Virgin Steele and many more at ALL ACCESS.

That's why you might also find some Pictures of  "famous" people here.

I wrote some Tourdiarys, too. Too bad only a small part is in English, the first 3 are in German:

Meine Tourtagebücher als Gamma Ray Gitarren-Techniker:

Gamma Ray / Manowar Tourtagebuch 1994

Gamma Ray / Summer Metal Meetings Tourtagebuch 1995

NEU >>> Gamma Ray Tourtagebuch - Mexico 2000 <<< NEU

The english diarys as Gamma Ray Guitar Technician

Gamma Ray / Manowar Tourt Diary 1994 (Week 1)

NEW >>> Gamma Ray Tourdiary - Mexico 2000 <<< NEW

The following Pic shows me (left) and Johnny Stoj from PEGAZUS at the Aftershow-Party after the last Show from the first part of the HAMMERFALL European Tour in Stuttgart (08.11.1998). I've chosen this one, because I really had problems to find a Pic that I like myself on and that is not older than one year...

Joerg und Johnny Stoj

The next Pic shows Kai, myself, Dirk and Henjo at Nagoya Prince Hotel on the GAMMA RAY Japanese Somewhere out in Space-Tour in 1997 (Pic by Atsushi Yasumoto).


The next 2 Pics show the famous HAMMERFALL Kimono-Party at Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Tokyo after the last Show of the first HAMMERFALL Japan Tour in January 1999.

This is me, coming out of my room and meeting Patrik "Obi-Wan" Räfling, the former drummer of HAMMERFALL (Pic by Patrik Räfling).

Joerg im Kimono 

This shows the Band, the Crew and some Fans who joined the Kimono-Party (Pic by Frank Albrecht).


I once tried to select my favorite Albums and started a list. This is the beginning, leaving away the Metal Stuff and starting with Punk and Jazz:


Bambix - Crossing common borders, 1995

Dead Kennedys - Fresh fruit for rotting vegetables, 1980

Dead Kennedys - Plastic Surgery Disaters, 1981

Dead Kennedys - Frankenchrist, 1986

Elf - Alkohol und alte Scheine, 1999

Slime - Alle gegen Alle, 1983

Slime - Schweineherbst, 1994

Square the Circle - Everyone's a winner, 1995



Chick Corea Elektric Band - Beneath the mask, 1991

Miles Davis - Kind of blue, 1962

Pat Metheny Group - We live here, 1995

Pat Metheny Group - Imaginary day, 1997


Frank Zappa

You can«t do that on stage anymore Vol. 2, 1974

Roxy & Elsewhere, 1974

One size fits all, 1975

Zoot Allures, 1976

Zappa in New York, 1977

Does Humor belong in Music?, 1984


Rock and bluesy Stuff

Dire Straits - Communiqué, 1979

Dire Straits - Making Movies, 1980

Pink Floyd - Wish you were here, 1975

Rory Gallagher - Top Priority, 1979

Rory Gallagher - Calling Card, 1976

Rory Gallagher - Deuce, 1971

Tom Waits - Closing Time, 1973

Tom Waits - Blue Valentine, 1978


NWOBHM and older Hard Rock and Metal

Angel Witch - Angel Witch

Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

Deep Purple - Fireball

Demon - The Plague

Gillan - Double Trouble

Jimi Hendrix - EVERYTHING

Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden

Jag Panzer - Ample Destruction

Jethro Tull - Crest of a knave, 1987

Riot - Fire down under

The Rods - Wild Dogs

Scorpions - In Trance

Praying Mantis - Time tells no lies

White Spirit - White Spirit


Well, finally I decided to add some up to date faves of mine, this could change as we all know...

Ayreon - Universal Migrator Part2 - Flight of the Migrator

The Hellacopters - High Visibility (DLP)

Rhapsody - Dawn of Victory

Spiritual Beggars - Ad Astra

Spock's Beard - V

Transatlantic - SMPTe


Mail to: Joerg@megace.de