- $22 for two tickets to see Mike Tramp The Voice of White Lion Solo Acoustic (up to $45.88 value)
- When: Saturday, April 19, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Palace Theater
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
Mike Tramp performing "Love Don't Come Easy * Mike Tramp's start: he transformed from a fetus into a child, became a teen idol in the pop group Mabel, and represented Denmark at the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest * What rock fans are grateful for: Mike moved to America and formed White Lion * What separated White Lion from the rest of the '80s hair-metal pack: poppy—but not wimpy—melodies and a lead singer who could really, really sing * The hit that you couldn't stop singing in 1988: "Wait" * The ballad that made the nation weep: "When the Children Cry" * What happened after White Lion: Mike started the harder-rocking Freak of Nature, and then embarked on his solo career * Best way to hear what Mike sounds like without all the drums, guitars, and upstaging hairdos: check out his recent acoustic album Cobblestone Street * What to expect from the show: White Lion jams concentrated in an acoustic form