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Here are 5 things we learned from seeing Poison, Cheap Trick, and opener Pop Evil during their Nothin’ But A Good Time 2018 show at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater.
On Tuesday night we weren’t lookin’ for nothin’ but a good time, and that’s exactly what we got as Poison rocked the Budweiser Stage, along with Cheap Trick and Pop Evil!
To learn more about Quiet Riot’s recent Frontiers Records-released studio effort Road Rage (among other things), we spoke with drummer Frankie Banali and vocalist James Durbin!
We chatted with Pop Evil drummer Hayley Cramer about the band’s upcoming self-titled Entertainment One release, touring, British pubs and why she hits the skins.
While on the road in support of We’re All Alright!, we had the pleasure of chatting with Cheap Trick’s lead guitarist and principal songwriter Rick Nielsen by phone.
2018 will see the return of Pop Evil to American stages with a tour in support of two legendary rock bands, Poison and Cheap Trick.
In the midst of a 2017 reunion tour, 80’s glam rock pioneers Poison hit Casino Rama on May 11th and brought all the classic hits to their legions of local fans.