Rock 'n' roll is one of two jobs in which you are encouraged to set your tools on fire when you're done with them--the other, of course, is dentistry. Hear hot licks with this GrouponLive deal.
- $15 for two tickets to see former Mötley Crüe vocalist John Corabi (up to $23.96 value), including two domestic or well drinks or sodas (up to $8 value; up to $31.96 total value)
- When: Saturday, April 12, at 7 p.m.
- Where: Diesel Concert Lounge
- General-admission standing
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
John Corabi performing "Love (I Don't Need it Anymore)" * When you first met John Corabi: when he took over lead-vocal duties of Mötley Crüe in 1994 * Which yielded: the self titled album Mötley Crüe and the hit "Hooligan's Holiday" * Why didn't he stay: original singer Vince Neil finished his five-year lunch break * Good for rock fans because: Corabi's talents can't be contained by a single band * Other bands that couldn't contain his talents: Angora, The Scream, Eric Singer Project, Union, and a slew of projects with Ratt * Those talents: a dictionary example of "heavy metal voice," in addition to his guitar and songwriting chops * What to expect from this show: classics from his Ratt and Crüe days, as well as new tunes from his upcoming electric album ####Diesel Concert Lounge "It's like a little city in there," says co-owner Mike Mitchell of the 47,000 square feet of entertainment surrounding Diesel Concert Lounge. As part of the Premier Lanes complex—also home to an Italian restaurant and the Premier Lanes Bowling Alley— Diesel Concert Lounge is a complete about-face from the space's previous incarnation: a country music club called Diamonds & Spurs. With Mitchell and Premier Lanes' owner Joe Sgroi behind the scenes, the floor where cows once learned how to square-dance is now a haven for head-banging hard rock and head-bobbing hip-hop. As one of the only places in Michigan to sport multiple stages within one venue, Diesel keeps its calendar packed with a variety of touring stars and local heroes. Most of those heroes, including Kid Rock, Megadeth, and Uncle Kracker, are enshrined on the walls in hand-printed concert posters.