TOP 4 ROCK CONCERTS YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS
Motley Crue makes a final go of things during the much anticipated “Final Tour.” Having been to the show in Miami, Florida, I can tell you that the band left nothing to be desired. It was a pyrotechnic show featuring a “drum roller coaster” that floated across the crowd, which Tommy Lee performed. He did not miss a beat. As he hovered across the crowd, not only did he continue playing, but he was turned over and even played upside down. Throughout the night, the hits just kept on coming. Smokin’ in the Boys Room, Kick Start My Heart, Girls Girls Girls, Dr. Feelgood and Looks That Kill just to name a few. It was a fantastic show and one I am so glad that I did not miss. The encore song was Home Sweet Home and it was a phenomenal ending to a amazing show.
*Bonus – The Shows opening act was Alice Cooper which was full of theatrics and quite good as well.
Back again for another tour is AC/DC. They are coming to the states with their awesome “Rock or Bust” tour. Now, I haven’t seen them for this show, but I did see them during their last tour here in the US and boy I am so glad I did. They “Shook Me All Night Long” and brought back the “Highway to Hell” in a big way. They bring along the perfect mix of both old and new songs . Their most recent album made its debut at No. 3 on the billboard charts and is recognized as being modern take on old rock. Not sure of the opening act for this tour, but does it really matter? Come on, it’s AC/DC!
It’s not too late to grab your tickets to see the Foo Fighters. They will be on tour through October 17, 2015. The name of their tour is “Sonic Highways.” The opening band is Mumford & Sons (another great group). Touting the message that “You Can Change the World with Music,” Dave Grohl (one of the best musicians of all time – in my opinion) has managed bring “garage rock” back to the front lines. He has played for the President of the United States and has been known to make an interesting duet or two. Make sure to try and get tickets to their amazing show.
Who doesn’t want to hear Def Leppard sing Pour Some Sugar on Me Again? Not to mention they are touring this year with the Styx. The Styx have some amazing hits such as Come Sail Away and Mr. Roboto. This show has all the makings of an epic concert that you do not want to miss. Def Leppard has just released 15 new songs and the concert will surely have both old and new songs to please their fans.