1980’s rock ‘n roll legends Def Leppard, along with their counterpart Tesla, absolutely rocked the Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario, filled with two and a half hours of hard-hitting classics and memories.
Torontonians celebrated our southern neighbour’s Independence Day with a night of classic rock at Budweiser Stage when headliners Styx dropped by with Tesla!
Featuring Styx, Joan Jett and Tesla, this impressive triple-bill production promised fans “more bang for the buck.” It did not disappoint.
The 9th edition of the Monsters of Rock Cruise has a whole lot in store for 2019! Setting sail from Miami, the cruise will be at sea from February 24th through March 1st, making stops at Ocho Rios, Jamaica and the Private Isle of Labadee.
Day 2 of the eighth annual Monsters of Rock Cruise brought passengers to Cococay in The Bahamas for the first of two beach party days.
Commemorating thirty years of the band’s first album release, Mechanical Resonance, Tesla are treating fans to a full live rendition. Read our review here…
Review and Photos by Andrew Hartl The 2016 Monsters of Rock Cruise was the fifth and largest floating…
NoMara dropped their new EP, …And So It Begins, in January of 2015 and now we have the privilege of offering a free download of the group’s bad-ass song, “Tesla.”
It is great to see Tesla still cranking out exciting, relevant music. I was a big fan of the band back in the late ’80s and early ’90s when their brand of unpretentious, catchy rock n roll was tearing up the charts and airwaves. Fast forward to 2014 and thankfully we find the group still writing and releasing some amazingly good, straight up rock n roll.