Warrant, Winger & Lita Ford
September 30, 2022 – Showtime: 7:00pm, Doors Open: 6:00pm
Tickets & Parking – Tickets: $35.00– $85.00 Parking: $10.00
Suites – 12 Person: $1,000; 24 Person: $2,000 View Suite Information
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KSHE-95 presents a night of ’80s rock classics. It’s Warrant with special guests Winger and Lita Ford.
At its core, as well as at first glance, WARRANT is an American rock band through and through. Formed in 1984, the Hollywood, CA-based band rose through the ranks of the local and regional club scene to the level of multiplatinum selling, chart-topping (both on radio and MTV ) success. What makes WARRANT different is that while countless bands have come and gone, this one has continued to play, record, and work hard to entertain live audiences to this very day; this ethic still translates into sellout crowds. They have weathered the trends, and have come through the years a viable strong contender in the American and worldwide musical landscape. Live show fans still sing along with songs from the early years such as “Heaven”, “Down Boys”, “Sometimes She Cries”, “I Saw Red”, “Cherry Pie” and “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.”
Winger is an American hard rock band from New York City. Their debut album, WINGER, came out on Atlantic Record’s label in 1988 and achieved platinum status in the United States and gold in Japan and Canada. Winger stayed on the Billboard Top 200 chart for over 60 weeks, where it peaked at #21. It spawned such hits as “Seventeen” and “Headed for a Heartbreak”. To support the album, the band toured for over a year with Bad Company, Scorpions, Cinderella, Bon Jovi, Poison, Skid Row and Tesla. In 1990, Winger was nominated for an American Music Award for “Best New Heavy Metal Band”. Their follow-up album, In the Heart of the Young, was released in 1990 and just like their first album, reached platinum. It peaked at #15 on Billboard’s Top 200 and hits off this album include “Can’t Get Enuff”, “Miles Away” and “Easy Come Easy Go”.
A British-born rocker who grew up on the streets of L.A., LITA FORD is considered one of the most important female representatives of the rock genre. Being a founding member of The Runaways, one of the first girl groups who unexpectedly broke down barriers in the punk era as well as the male-dominated world of rock music, causing a stir with their six rebellious releases. Following the demise of the Runaways, Ford concentrated on her own career and now looks back on many memorable hits including the chart-topping duet with Ozzy Osbourne “Close Your Eyes Forever,” “What Do You Know About Love,” “Shot Of Poison,” “Larger Than Life,” and “Kiss Me Deadly.”