The creators of songs like 'Love Removal Machine' and 'Fire Woman,' Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy are back together with a new album. Following a succession of name and stylistic changes, The Cult emerged in 1984 as one of England's leading heavy metal revivalists. The Cult drew inspiration from the pseudo-mysticism and Native American obsessions of the Doors, the guitar-orchestrations of Led Zeppelin, and the three-chord crunch of AC/DC, while adding touches of post-punk goth rock. They gained a dedicated following in their native Britain with mid-'80s singles like 'She Sells Sanctuary' before breaking into the American metal market in the late '80s with 'Love Removal Machine.'
Lou's first million-selling song transformed a local choirboy, Lugee Alfredo Giovanni Sacco, into Lou Christie, a national teen idol. Over the decade of the 1960s he followed success with greater success. His matchless falsetto is featured on his biggest hit: 'Lightning Strikes.'
While those impressive achievements may help define them in the eyes of the world, they are only the wrapping on the greater gift The Tenors give every time they perform: the music that comes from deep inside them. These four young men with amazing talent and incredible voices have come together to create music from their hearts. The Tenors originate from all over Canada and their roots are as diverse as their music.
Catch an evening of Motown magic as The Motortown All-Stars take the stage, May 25th to wrap up Golden Oldies Month at The Concert Venue. This group is an all-star lineup of vocalists from legendary groups including The Capitols, The Miracles and The Temptations.
A troupe of hard-bodied blokes who dance with abandon, the Thunder from Down Under all-male revue is Australia's hottest export since Crocodile Dundee. Showmanship, energy, fabulous costumes, sly humor and a state-of-the-art production combined with some outrageously handsome and muscular males, create an impression that millions of women around the world have yet to forget.
Legendary Gretsch guitarslinger Brian Setzer rocks this town, then the next town, then the next town, and so on down the line, with a six-piece band that includes two bassists and two drummers (one of them his old Stray Cats mate, Slim Jim Phantom), as well as boogie-woogie piano.
With an always-evolving cast of legendary superstars from yesterday and today, original choreography and spectacular costumes, Legends In Concert is the original and largest live celebrity tribute spectacular in the world.