Shreveport/Bossier’s Classic Rock Summer
The upcoming concert calendar for Shreveport/Bossier could be called The Summer Of Classic Rock. Except for a couple of baby band shows, the slate of concerts looks like something straight out of 1980.
In 1976 the sounds blaring out of every teenager's 8-track were Tom Scholtz & Barry Goudreau's soaring guitars and Bradley Delp's otherworldly vocals. Though the original lineup only did a few albums together, Boston's songs are staples on Classic Rock radio today.
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Nothing More formed in San Antonio in 2003 and they bring their brand of metal to Live Oaks in Monroe along with opening acts As Lions, Black Map, and Hell Or Highwater. As Lions features Austin Dickinson, the son of Iron Maiden lead singer Bruce Dickinson. Click here for tickets.
The intimate environs of this pub will be pummeled by the sheer volume of this metalcore band from Flint, Michigan. Special guest Light The Fire. Complete show info here.
The Godfather Of Shock Rock continues to astound audiences with his unique brand of rock theater. And yes, he still wields a mean guillotine. Get tickets here and listen to win free ones on 99X.
Founding members Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy are still touring with all the fury they had 30 years ago. Don't miss this rare show by the band in a small venue right before they head north to headline Rocklahoma.
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The former lead singer of Styx makes a rare appearance in the Ark-La-Tex. You'll get to hear songs that Styx doesn't play anymore like "Babe" and "The Best Of Times". Tickets available here.
Journey will be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on Friday night, so this is your chance to see true rock royalty. Asia only had a couple of hits in the 80's, but "Heat Of The Moment" and "Only Time Will Tell" are Classic Rock mainstays.
Kansas' 40th Anniversary Leftoverture Tour hits town with the band's new lead vocalist, Ronnie Platt, the former singer for Shooting Star. (Original vocalist Steve Walsh retired in 2014.) One of the truly successful prog rock acts of the 70's and early 80's, Kansas' show is packed full of hits like "Carry On Wayward Son", "Point Of Know Return", and "Dust In The Wind".