The new 2012 tourbook available online!

The brand new Roxette programme on sale at the merchandise stand during the Australian leg of the tour has been extremely successful and appreciated by the fans Down Under. So we’re happy to inform you that the programme will be available for everybody, not just the Australian fans, through our webshop here:

Shipping date is March 5, but you can pre-order already now. Have a happy weekend!

The initial cost is EUR 13.60 plus shipment cost. You can order this tourbook here.

Thanks to Daniel Kühn for letting us know.

New titles from Roxette’s new album Travelling revealed; updated tourbooks on the way

Per Gessle has revealed to The Daily Roxette the titles of 5 of the tracks which will be included in Roxette’s new album Travelling, due to be released end of March.

“Me & You & Terry & Julie”
“Lover Lover Lover”
“It’s Possible”
“Excuse Me, Sir, Do You Want Me To Check On Your Wife?”
“Touched By The Hand Of God” (including the happy small town poetry ‘I guess my kind of talking was misplaced like hell Just like the “funk” in Art Garfunkel’)

Per also announced in Facebook that he already got the mastered version of the album, and that the first single will be released “to radio in a couple of weeks.”

In addition, he mentioned that the tourbooks will be available to purchase via the Roxette online store, and also that there will be an updated version after the Australian and Asian leg of the tour.

NOTP tour: Follow the crew behind the scenes, tourbook!

NOTP tourbook Germany feat. RoxetteSome members of the German proms staff have started to report from the tour regularly. A nice addition to Per’s videos!

Karen’s tour diary | Kuni’s video blog

Menwhile, many reports from visitors have already appeared at the official NOTP forums. The huge majority is very positive about Roxette’s performance. The official site now also features an online version of the German tourbook. Klick here!

Update: Don’t forget choir singer Maurice! About Berlin he writes on his blog:

In any case, the audience reaction was a real success: Enthusiasm at the arrival of Heaven 17, triumph for Alan Parsons and what about Roxette? It was as if the whole of Sweden had made an appointment at the O2 World…

Online translator recommended. 😉