For $30, today's side deal gets you one ticket to see Todd Rundgren and The Fixx at the Roberts Orpheum Theater on Friday, Sept. 10, at 7 p.m. (up to a $65 value). Tickets purchased through this deal are for the best available seats in the front balcony section.
Multifaceted rocker Todd Rundgren has been entertaining fans for more than 40 years with an eclectic range of music, including hits such as "Hello, It's Me," "Can We Still Be Friends," and "Bang the Drum All Day." Since albums—like collections of porcelain stegosaurus figurines—are best presented whole, Rundgren will reward loyal listeners by playing two of his albums, Healing and Todd , in their entirety. The show is part of a six-stop tour and one of two dates featuring The Fixx—the English New Wave band known for ’80s hits such as "One Thing Leads To Another" and "Saved By Zero"—who will kick things off and guard the stage against robot encroachment until Rundgren arrives. The beautiful, ornately wrought interior of the Roberts Orpheum Theater, which has played host to performers from Mae West to Pearl Jam, wraps musical notes in a veneer of class before delivering them to eardrums in gilded sonic envelopes.
CNN featured singer, songwriter, and producer Todd Rundgren. He was also profiled by VH1. Ticketmaster reviewers give him a 4.3-star average. The Fixx are an '80s New Wave band best known for the hit "One Thing Leads To Another," which can be heard here in the film House of the Devil. Four Ticketmaster reviewers give The Fixx a 4.8-star average:
- Bluesy and rocking all at the same time!! Todd Rundgren, with the great backup of Kasim, Jesse and Prairie Prince, put out a show that amazed and surprised me. – Bitsy70, Ticketmaster
- The show was fantastic. The band played for 90 minutes and sounded great. It was great to hear a band sound that good after 30 years together and not miss a beat. – Cruvola, Ticketmaster