Veteran rockers behind “Summertime Girls” and “I’m Coming Home” treat fans to a blend of hard rock and heavy metal
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What Y&T stands for: Yesterday & Today
Their everlasting sound: a high-octane blend of hard rock with a little hair metal thrown in to help attract sponsorship from L’Oreal
A history lesson: Before Metallica and Mötley Crüe were big, they opened for Y&T.
By the numbers: Y&T have sold more than 4 million albums, released 18 records, and received two Bammie Awards.
The ’80s hits you’ve heard: “Summertime Girls,” “Mean Streak,” and “Don’t Stop Runnin’”
Where you’ve heard them: on MTV and Baywatch
The newest hits you’ve heard: “I’m Coming Home” from 2010’s Facemelter, which marked a return to the studio after a 13-year hiatus