Skagarack Timeline

The following table shows the highlights of the Skagarack history. It's continuously updated when new data is available.





A Slice Of Heaven



Hungry For A Game



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2009 June 5
2009 Feb
2008
2008
2007


1994
1994
1993 Aug 26
1993 June
1993
1992
1991
1991
1990


1988 Dec 9
1988 June 13

1988 Apr 20
1987
1986 Aug 26
1986 Aug 25
1986 Aug 23
1986 July
1986 July
1985 (oct-dec)
1985
1985
1985
1985
1984
1984


1981
1980 Sep-oct
1978

Reunion concert at Esbjerg Rock Festival
Rehearsels for the Esbjerg gig begins
''A Slice Of Heaven' album remastered and released on CD
'Skagarack' album remastered and released on CD
'Hungry For A Game' album remastered and released on CD


Skagarack dissolved
Tour: main act at four 'Xtra Rock' concerts among others
'Big Time' album released
'Hold You, Love You, Give You' single release
Skagarack re-formed with Schmidt, Daugaard, Gade, Brockhoff & Boel
Recordings for album in DR Studios, Århus (Schmidt, Munch, Petersen, Daugaard)
Original line up of Skagarack takes a break

Skagarack receives a Grammy for ‘Best Heavy Rock Release’
'A Slice Of Heaven' album release


Performing on danish TV show, Eleva2ren
'Hungry For A Game' album release

“En plade bliver til” (the making of Hungry For A Game) aired on TV SYD
Tour: support for TNT
Concert: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, London
Concert: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, London
Concert: Reading Festival, England

Concert: Closing act on ”Orange Scene”at the Roskilde Festival
'Skagarack' album release
Recordings in London (also ‘I’m Alone’ video shoot in Brixton, England)
Skagarack signs record deal with Polydor International
Several labels expresses interest in Skagarack (Polydor, Polar among others)
Demo tape was recorded in Copenhagen
Rasmussen and Munch was added to the band
Productions deal with studio
Skagarack founded by Schmidt, Otto & Petersen, first demos recorded in home studio


'Pulze' album release
Recording of Pulze album in Key Sound Studio, Præstø
Pulze founded by Schmidt, Gammelby, Bech, Otto & Elkjær (Pre-Skagarack)