If anyone doesn’t think Night Ranger can hang anymore they really need to check them out. I’ve been a fan since 1982, and let me tell you they rock just as hard if not harder than they did then.
The band roared on stage with a powerful rendition of "Somehow Someway" from their latest CD “Don’t Let Up” (Available here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MZ6WB9T) and for the next ninety minutes their energy never faded.
They performed all of their hits including "Sing Me Away", “When You Close Your Eyes” and "Don't Tell Me You Love Me" and of course, "Sister Christian" and “(You Can Still) Rock in America”.
All of the guys appeared to be genuinely having fun and the audience was appreciative of their professional and polished performance. The band was extremely tight and flexible. They were absolutely having a great time.
I was very impressed that they covered some tunes of bands that Jack Blades, Brad Gillis and Keri Kelli have been part of. Highlights for sure were the three from Damn Yankees, “Coming of Age”, “Come Again” and “High Enough”.
Night Ranger always rocks the house and they didn't disappoint. The music was awesome, vocals were spot on and 35 years has proven to age this classic band just right. They are a must see band for every rock and roll fan.
Four in the Morning
Sing Me Away
Coming of Age
The Secret of My Success
School's Out/Crazy Train
Come Again (Acoustic)
When You Close Your Eyes
Don't Tell Me You Love Me (with a snippet of Highway Star)
(You Can Still) Rock in America
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