REO Speedwagon Live At King Center Nov. 9

By  //  October 7, 2013

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Tickets start at $43

ABOVE VIDEO: REO Speedwagon performing “Can’t Fight This Feeling” live in 2010.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Presented by the King Center and produced by AEG, REO Speedwagon performs live with special guest the Robin Zander Band on Nov. 9.

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Formed in 1967, REO Speedwagon is a band who has had a great impact on the music and culture of rock ‘n’ roll Performing live at such venues as ‘The Gallo center For the Arts.’ (above) (Gallo Center image)

Formed in 1967, REO Speedwagon is a band who has had a great impact on the music and culture of rock ‘n’ roll.

Platinum albums and freeform FM radio staples such as “Ridin’ The Storm Out” set the stage for 1980’s explosive Hi Infidelity.

REO rode the top of the charts with a RIAA-certified 22 million albums sold in the U.S. and 40 million around the globe, with a string of gold and platinum records and international hit singles.

‘FIND YOUR OWN WAY HOME’

After an 11-year break from recording, REO Speedwagon released ‘Find Your Own Way Home’, marking the band’s 15th studio effort.

These days REO are still doing what they’ve always done – taking good care of their legacy while keeping the focus on the future.

Robin Zander, touring front man for Cheap Trick, constructed a killer rock group, using the best musicians from any band within the past 30 years. With guitarist, Mark Hitt, bassist Larry Hobbs and drummer Steve Luongo, they will be performing some Cheap Trick hits along with songs from his solo album as well as classic rock staples from the band's collective history. (Rio Speedwagon image)

Robin Zander, touring front man for Cheap Trick, constructed a killer rock group, using the best musicians from any band within the past 30 years. With guitarist, Mark Hitt, bassist Larry Hobbs and drummer Steve Luongo, they will be performing some Cheap Trick hits along with songs from his solo album as well as classic rock staples from the band’s collective history. (Rio Speedwagon image)

Their career will always carry on with music that continues to define excellence in song craftsmanship and brilliant live performance for several generations of fans.

Robin Zander, touring front man for Cheap Trick, constructed a killer rock group, using the best musicians from any band within the past 30 years.

With guitarist, Mark Hitt, bassist Larry Hobbs and drummer Steve Luongo, they will be performing some Cheap Trick hits along with songs from his solo album as well as classic rock staples from the band’s collective history.

The King Center will feature their Picnic on the Patio at 6 p.m.

For More information visit KingCenter.com


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