High-voltage cover band Jessie’s Girl backs up a roster of legendary ’80s acts—including rock, hip-hop, new wave, and pop stars
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Jessie’s Girl: This beloved ’80s tribute band recreates the looks and sounds of some of the decade’s most popular acts, including Michael Jackson and Madonna. For this concert, they’ll back up a pack of legendary ’80s outfits.
Lou Gramm: “The Voice of Foreigner,” this rocker has lent his melodic pipes to massive hits including “I Want to Know What Love Is” and “Cold as Ice;” he now heads up the aptly titled Christian-rock band, the Lou Gramm Band.
Tone Lōc: Known for his gravelly voice and clever rhymes, the multiple Grammy nominee won fans with hits such as “Wild Thing” and “Funky Cold Medina.”
A Flock of Seagulls: This seminal New Wave band is known for its distinctly emotive sound on hits such as “Space Age Love Song” and “I Ran (So Far Away),” which paired seamlessly with the iconic, avant-garde haircuts of its members.
Howard Jones: AllMusic.com called him the “king of peppy, mid-‘80s British synth-pop” thanks to his keyboard and synth skills on chart-topping singles including “Things Can Only Get Better” and “What Is Love.”
D.M.C.: Darryl McDaniels, alongside collaborators Joseph Simmons and the sadly deceased Jam Master Jay, made all kinds of hip-hop history as Run-D.M.C—the first rap act to top the charts, earn a Grammy nomination (and gold record), and land a rap video on MTV.
Harlem Gospel Choir: For 26 years, the Harlem Gospel Choir has kept rollicking praise songs fresh with modern musical influences and collaborations with such diverse entertainers as Bono, Lyle Lovett, and André Rieu.
Also Performing: Dee Snider of Twisted Sister | Debbie Gibson | Tiffany | Host: MTV’s Martha Quinn