Posts Tagged ‘San Jose’


We recently told you about the amazing concert this past Sunday night as Steel Panther and Judas Priest gave San Jose a heavy dose of metal. In case you missed it, you can check out article here: Sunday night with Judas Priest and Steel Panther. They once again delivered a top notch in your face set that satisfied all the rockers and heavy metal heads.

As promised, we wanted to bring you our interview with Michael Starr and Lexxi Foxx shortly before them hitting the stage at the San Jose National City Civic. Sit back and enjoy:

These guys are definitely proof that Rock n Roll is alive and kicking. They bring the rock music alive the second they take the stage. If you have never been to a Steel Panther concert, then you are MISSING OUT! I swear, they have top honors as the most enjoyable fun concert ever. Need more of a Steel Panther fix? Well then, here you go…. Check out these photos from their set in San Jose:

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You can also check out the following dates where you can see them live and don’t forget they will be returning foe their residencies at the House of Blues Sunset Strip and House of Blues Las Vegas in February! Then right back on the road for more non-stop touring!


  • 21        Boise, ID                     CenturyLink Arena*
  • 22        Tacoma, WA               Tacoma Dome*

*supporting Judas Priest


  •  3         Tokyo, Japan              O-East
  •  4         Osaka, Japan             Akaso
  • 10        Charlotte, NC              The Fillmore
  • 12        Cincinnati, OH             Bogart’s
  • 13        Cleveland, OH              Hard Rock
  • 14        Royal Oak, MI               Royal Oak Music Theatre
  • 16        Chicago, IL                  House Of Blues
  • 17        Nashville, TN              Marathon Music Works
  • 19        St. Paul, MN               Myth
  • 20        Des Moines, IA           7 Flags Event Center
  • 21        Madison, WI                Orpheum Theatre
  • 29        New York, NY             Gramercy Theatre
  • 30        Philadelphia, PA          Theatre of Living Arts
  • 31        Silver Springs, MD      The Fillmore


  • 15        Vancouver, BC           Commodore Ballroom
  • 16        Vancouver, BC           Commodore Ballroom


  • 11        West Hollywood, CA   House Of Blues
  • 13        Las Vegas, NV            House Of Blues
  • 18        West Hollywood, CA   House Of Blues
  • 20        Las Vegas, NV            House Of Blues
  • 25        West Hollywood, CA   House Of Blues
  • 27        Las Vegas, NV            House Of Blues


I hope you already have your copy of All You Can Eat and if not, pick it up and grab some extra to give at the Holidays. Nothing says Merry Christmas more, than getting some Steel Panther in your stocking! Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

~ Marisol

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Sunday nights have really become the best night for great concerts and last night was definitely one of the finest nights in music. Northern California was treated to a double dose of heavy metal with legendary Judas Priest and the fun Steel Panther. We arrived at the City National Civic early to find a great line of dedicated fans waiting for the show.

I was really excited to see that Steel Panther was opening for Judas Priest on this tour. We have had the great pleasure of seeing them over half a dozen times and they still hold top honors for the funnest concert ever attended. Before the show we were able to interview Michael Starr and Lexxi Foxx and we will be bringing that hilarious interview to you later this week. Steel Panther put on an awesome set that fired up the crowd and insured that everyone was having a great time. Even those that were not familiar with Steel Panther and might have at first found their humor which some may consider “off color” (I find welcoming and hilarious!!)  soon dismissed their shocked looks on their faces, lighted up and enjoyed the concert. They definitely won over the crowd and got everyone in true metal form for Judas Priest. Check out a sneak peek of photos from our Rockin Ryan of their set:

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After Steel Panther, their was an intermission and when the lights came on, you could finally see how packed the venue was! It definitely looked like a sold out or nearly sold out show. I was so excited to finally see Judas Priest live! This was the first time I was going to see Judas Priest since 32 years ago on November 20th, 1982 my parents banned me from attending the show at the Cow Palace because they wouldn’t let us 14 year old girls head out by ourselves to the show!  It was funny to hear the guys next to us who were talking about that very same show. My husband even went to it and told me how it still is one of his favorite concerts of his life.

The lights dimmed and the crowd roared with excitement as the Judas Priest banner dropped and they came out and tore up the place. They started right off with Dragonaut and you could just feel the energy travel through the venue. It was intense and spectacular and clearly deserves to be on my list of top concerts. I was absolutely mesmerized as I watched Rob maneuver the stage as the Metal God that he is. It was humbling to be there and watch the man who truly shaped so many lives and became the foundation of our love of metal. What a night! The set list was filled with favorites as well as new ones. Some of the highlights for me were definitely, Metal Gods, Halls of Valhalla, Love Bites,Turbo Lover, Hell Bent for Leather, and Breaking the Law. To be honest, the entire night was one fantastic highlight! Check out the photos from our Rockin Ryan of their set:

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We will be bringing you more coverage of each set but wanted to at least give you a quick recap of the night. Stay tuned for more Judas Priest and Steel Panther to feed your addiction! There is still another week left of the US Tour and I hope you get a chance to see it. Make sure to visit all their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

~ Marisol

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Morrissey. What can I say about this man, with his incredible voice that became my safe haven in the those crazy angst filled teen years of my past. His voice has been the soundtrack of my life and the songs they sing have taken me through the best and the worst times of my life. I have Morrissey to thank for the wonderful gift of their music.  That is such a shared sentiment by so many fans. You want to talk to him, touch him, hug him, thank him and that is exactly what many fans did and attempted to do last night.

The 54 year old singer was tackled by several fans during the encore performance at the City National Civic in San Jose, Ca last night. Several of the first few fans made it to the stage and you can see just wanted to touch him and Morrissey so kindly obliged them all, even reaching out to those that were being taken away by security.  It continued on through the song, One Day, Goodbye Will Be Farewell and then at one point security could not heed off the fans, as several tackled Morrissey and he fell to the floor. The boos ensued and the band stopped playing. You can watch it in the following video:


What a way to start off the tour. Morrissey is currently on a U.S. Tour as we excitedly await the release of the new album, World Peace is None of Your Business, which is scheduled for a July release.  We really hope that fans please respect the singer and for heaven’s sake…. DON’T HURT HIM!!!!!

If you have never experienced a live Morrissey concert, you are in for the night of your life as your soul is fed with emotionally driven lyrics and music that fills your heart. We will keep you updated and hope that Morrissey is okay to continue on with this amazing tour! Check out the upcoming tour dates and get yourself to a show.


  Date Venue Location Tickets
  May 08 The Observatory Santa Ana, CA Tickets
  May 10 Los Angeles Sports Arena Los Angeles, CA Tickets
  May 13 Plaza Theater El Paso, TX Tickets
  May 14 Sunshine Theater Albuquerque, NM Tickets
  May 16 Kingsbury Hall Salt Lake City, UT Tickets
  May 17 Ellie Caulkins Opera House Denver, CO Tickets
  May 19 Rococo Theatre Lincoln, NE Tickets
  May 20 Liberty Hall Lawrence, KS Tickets
  May 22 Majestic Theatre Dallas, TX Tickets
  May 24 Austin Music Hall Austin, TX Tickets
  May 25 Julie Rogers Theatre Beaumont, TX Tickets
  May 27 Orpheum Theatre Memphis, TN Tickets
  May 28 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN Tickets
  May 30 Mahaffey Theater St Petersburg, FL Tickets
  May 31 Adrienne Arsht Center Miami, FL Tickets
  Jun 04 Cobb Energy Center Atlanta, GA Tickets
  Jun 06 Revel Ovation Hall Atlantic City, NJ Tickets
  Jun 07 Boston Opera House Boston, MA Tickets
  Jun 10 Meyerhoff Hall Baltimore, MD Tickets
  Jun 11 The Lincoln Theatre Washington, DC Tickets
  Jun 13 Civic Opera House Chicago, IL Tickets
  Jun 14 The Whiting Auditorium Flint, MI Tickets
  Jun 16 Artpark Main Stage Theater Lewiston, NY Tickets
  Jun 17 Grand Opera House Wilmington, DE Tickets
  Jun 19 Hershey Theatre Hershey, PA Tickets
  Jun 21 Barclays Center Arena New York, NY Tickets

~ Marisol

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