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Udo Dirkschneider has apparently not overcome that Wolf Hoffmann has snapped the rights at the Accept name.
Udo Dirkschneider has apparently not overcome that Wolf Hoffmann has snapped the rights on the Accept name.
Udo Dirkschneider still seems to be a bit eaten that Wolf Hoffmann could keep the band name after Dirkschneider's exit atall read out! . . According to the 69-year-old, however, that was not Hoffmann's idea, but that of his wife.
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actually turned the conversation that almost no musicians play more from the classic occupation at Accept. For this, Udo Dirkschneider said: "It's just a guy left: Wolf Hoffmann. Calling the Accept ... It's a completely different thing. Many people ask about the whole story with Accept. I do not want to say anything bad. Wolf is a great guitarist. He is a great guy, I know that. But one thing has happened, which is why never a reunion or so can happen, and he has stolen my name. That's a long time ago. 1981, when we had to sign a few papers. I was really young, and thought, 'Yes, okay.' I signed my contracts. In between was a paper that secured the rights at the Accept name.
But it was not wolf. I think it was his current woman. She was the manager of Accept and so clever to run the name on Wolf Hoffmann. And this thing still makes me angry. He really stole the name. I mean, I've come up with Accept in 1968. But ultimately as a person - he is a great guitarist and a great guy. It's history. I think I'm pretty successful withIf I want, I can go to tour at any time as and play Accept songs. If I really say: 'Okay, I want to do that again.' No problem at all. But the rest is history. "
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