What You'll Get
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Rick Springfield with Night Ranger & The Romantics
- How you know him: you turned on the radio in the last 30 years and bought one of his 25 million sold records, or you obsessed over General Hospital in the ’80s
- Where you’ve seen him lately: collaborating and starring in the Dave Grohl documentary Sound City; performing with Foo Fighters on Jimmy Kimmel Live
- Or maybe: touting his recently released novel, Magnificent Vibration, or his 18th studio album Rocket Science. Recent film and television credits include playing opposite Academy Award winner Meryl Streep in Jonathan Demme’s Ricki & The Flash, and a multi-episode arc in the HBO series True Detective
- Over 17 top-40 hits that have only improved with age, including: the Grammy Award-winning “Jessie’s Girl,” “I’ve Done Everything for You,” “Love Somebody,” “Don’t Talk to Strangers,” “An Affair of the Heart” “State of the Heart,” “Human Touch”. Rick wrote “Down”, a song about disillusionment and commitment, with Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus while traveling on DeMarcus’ tour bus to Atlanta, where the two were filming an episode of Drop Dead Diva.
- When he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: May 2014
With more than 17 Million Albums sold worldwide, over 2500 live shows, and 1 billion listeners on US radio, Night Ranger has earned global acclaim and multi-platinum status with hits such as “Sister Christian”, “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me”, “When You lose Your Eyes” and the anthemic “(You Can Still) Rock In America.” The band’s music has been featured in many different areas of media and popular culture, as heard in the TV Shows Glee, Grey’s Anatomy, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Parks & Recreation, Grand Theft Auto video game, Rock of Ages hit Broadway musical and feature film, and many more.
The Romantics: The Romantics came out of Detroit in the late 1970’s with a pop sound influenced by punk, new wave, garage rock and the British Invasion. The group’s self-titled 1980 debut album produced the hit, “What I Like About You.” They continue to record and tour, and in December 2015 released a new single, “Coming Back Home.”
The Fine Print
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