Iconic rockers NIGHT RANGER will professionally film and record their May 7 concert at the the House Of Blues in Chicago, Illinois for an upcoming CD and DVD. Tickets for this event will go on sale to the public on Friday, March 11, but NightRanger.com is hooking you up with an exclusive first shot at tickets. Starting today, March 8, you can purchase concert tickets for the show with the password “NIGHTRANGERCHICAGO”.
Can’t attend the show? Fans can tune-in to Yahoo! Music on May 7 or via the Yahoo! app on mobile (iOS and Android) and connected devices (Apple TV, Roku, Xbox) to catch a live stream of the House Of Blues performance. The resulting recording will be made available for purchase on CD/DVD at a later date.
NIGHT RANGER‘s latest studio album, “High Road”, came out in June 2014 via Frontiers. Produced by the bandmembers themselves, the effort was made available in two formats — a standard CD version and a deluxe version which included two bonus tracks and a DVD featuring a background look at the making of the album along with video clips. The cover art for “High Road” incorporated elements of the artwork from the band’s previous releases.
NIGHT RANGER‘s legendary hits “Sister Christian”, “(You Can Still) Rock In America” and “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me” are songs that have each significantly impacted popular culture and expanded their ever-growing fanbase since the band’s inception thirty years ago. Over the years, the band’s music has made notable contributions to and been featured in many different areas of media and popular culture.
NIGHT RANGER‘s songs can be heard in the Rock Band and Guitar Hero video games; “Rock Of Ages” hit Broadway musical and film; the Oscar-nominated film “Boogie Nights”; Fox‘s hit TV show “American Dad”; JBL‘s “Hear The Truth” campaign; and many more.
To date, NIGHT RANGER has sold 17 million units worldwide and boasts several platinum- and gold-certified albums.
NIGHT RANGER is Jack Blades (bass guitar, vocals), Kelly Keagy (drums, vocals), Brad Gillis (lead and rhythm guitars), Keri Kelly (lead and rhythm guitars) and Eric Levy (keyboards).