As part of their ‘Sunset Strip Live!’ tour, California glam favorites Steel Panther brought their hair metal shenanigans to Times Square for their biggest headlining show in New York City to date, which happened at PlayStation Theater on September 27th.
Consisting of singer Michael Star, plus guitarist Satchel, bassist Lexxi Foxx and drummer Stix Zadinia, the party crew delivered Hollywood vibes in Manhattan with their ‘Sunset Strip’ showing, which saw them rocking out to huge covers like “Turn Up the Radio” by Autograph, “Panama” by Van Halen, “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne (with Star hilariously portraying The Prince of Darkness), “I Wanna Be Sedated” by the Ramones (feat. the actual Marky Ramone on drums!), and “You Give Love a Bad Name” by Bon Jovi.
With their amusing stage banter in-between songs, the comedic foursome also performed original material, kicking off their set with “Goin’ in the Backdoor” from their newest album, Lower the Bar, and eventually shredding out “Poontang Boomerang” from the same LP. Balls Out classic “Just Like Tiger Woods” and All You Can Eat gem “Gloryhole” sent a burst of excitement to the hundreds of fans in attendance. Pussy Melter in tow, Satchel delivered a titillating guitar solo, which the band followed with Feel the Steel numbers “Girl From Oklahoma,” “Death to All but Metal,” and more, including show closer “Community Property.”
Check out exclusive shots from the NYC show below. Steel Panther are currently still touring through North America and in 2019 will ship to Ireland, the UK and Europe for winter concerts. Get more tour info HERE.
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