Foreigner, Kansas – The Band & Europe

Sunday 02 August 2020
KeyBank Pavilion
Burgettstown
Pennsylvania
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Foreigner, Kansas – The Band & Europe

Foreigner, Kansas – The Band and Europe will join forces together and take on one unforgettable performance at the KeyBank Pavilion on August 2, Sunday. Foreigner started in London and New York back in 1976. This band’s members include Ian McDonald, a former King Crimson member, Lou Gramm a notable American vocalist and Mick Jones a legendary English artist. The name was derived from the members’ nationality. Two of the members are British while the rest are American, thus the name Foreigner. Their most famous song to date is I Want To Know What Love Is which consistently topped music charts locally and internationally. They are considered to be one of the world’s best selling bands garnering 80 million album sales.

 

Kansas – The Band got into the limelight back in the 70s and became famous for songs like Dust In The Wind and Carry On Wayward Son. They were able to produce gold and multi-platinum albums that hit the world by storm. Their best selling single is Dust In The Wind, selling over a million in copies. Kansas became a part of the Billboard charts for more than 200 weeks. They have performed in various countries of the world and you wouldn’t want to miss that.

 

Europe is band coming from Sweden and was formed in the late 70s. They got their biggest exposure when they won the Swedish competition called Rock-SM. The members of the band are Peter Olsson for the bass, Joey Tempest for the vocals, Tony Reno for the drums and John Norum, for the guitars. There were able to produce a total of 14 albums and 3 compilations. Their Final Countdown album skyrocketed their international exposure back in 1986. They were able to sell 15 million of these albums and singles worldwide.

Get your tickets now and do not miss this once in a lifetime event – a collaboration of legendary rock bands at the KeyBank Pavilion.

 

 

 

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