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Event: Pop, Hard Rock/Metal
Steel Panther | Cleveland, OH | House Of Blues - Cleveland | December 12, 2017
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Steel Panther
House Of Blues - Cleveland in Cleveland

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Price: 28.00 - 40.00
Doors at 7pm Show at 8pm This is an all ages event. This event is general admission, standing room only with reserved seats in the balcony. All general admission (GA) tickets are for standing room only. Ticket Prices: $28 - Advance GA Ticket $33 - Day of Show GA Ticket $40 - Reserved Balcony Seat Ticket All ticket prices are subject to applicable service charges. Lineup: Steel Panther Join us for dinner in House of Blues Restaurant & Bar before the show. View our menu and make reservations online or call: 216.523.2583
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Satirically pretending to be a hair metal band that missed its big break in the '80s, singer Ralph Saenz ("Michael Starr"), drummer Darren Leader ("Stix Zadinia"), bassist Travis Haley ("Lexxi Foxxx"), and guitarist Russ Parrish ("Satchel") hit the club circuit on the Sunset Strip around the turn of the millennium under the name Metal Shop. In May 2008 the band signed to Universal Republic. After releasing the singles "Death for All But Metal" and "Community Property," Steel Panther's full-length Feel the Steel was released in October 2009. Not wanting the fun to stop, followed up with 2011's Balls Out, which featured guest appearances from comedian Dane Cook and Nickelback's Chad Kroeger, among others. 2014's All You Can Eat upped the sleaze factor considerably. ~ Rovi

- Rovi

Steel Panther is a glam metal band from Los Angeles, California and are mostly known for their profane and humorous lyrics as well as their exaggerated on-stage personas. Formed in 2000, the band was formerly known as Danger Kitty, Metal Shop and Metal Skool. Their lineup consists of vocalist Ralph Saenz (“Michael Starr”), drummer Darren Leader (“Stix Zadinia”), bassist Travis Haley (“Lexxi Foxxx”), and guitarist Russ Parrish (“Satchel”). The quartet began to gain popularity in the Sunset Strip at the beginning of 2000 under the name Metal Shop. The band did weekly shows on Monday nights at the Viper Room, playing covers of 1980s hair metal hits while parodying the bands that made the songs famous. Despite presenting themselves under different stage names, two members of the band were already in other heavy metal acts. Frontman Michael Starr, using his name Ralph Saenz, had been in glam metal band L.A. Guns between 1997 and 1998, publishing the EP “Wasted.” Guitarist Satchel was part of War & Peace, founded by ex Dokken bassist Jeff Pilson and the band Fight, founded by Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford. The band, under the name Danger Kitty, published in 2002 the promotional single “"Love Rocket.” In 2003 Metal Skool published “Hole Patrol,” their self-produced debut album. In April 2008 the band decided to change their name from Metal Skool to Steel Panther, making a new debut at The Rockin' Saddle Club in Redlands, California. In May 2008, the band signed a contract with Republic Records (owned by record label Universal Records) announcing plans for a new studio album. The first single, an updated version of “Death to All but Metal,” first appeared in January 2009, whereas the album, entitled “Feel the Steel” and produced by Jay Ruston, was published in June that the same year. Their second full-length album, “Balls Out,” was released in October 2011. Guest appearances on the album were made by Dane Cook on “In the Future” and by Chad Kroeger and Nuno Bettencourt on “It Won't Suck Itself.”

- MediaNet

Steel Panther is an American heavy metal band from Los Angeles, California mostly known for their profane and humorous lyrics as well as their exaggerated on-stage personae that reimagine and parody the heavy metal music and lifestyle of the 1980s.

The quartet began to gain popularity in the Sunset Strip during the early 2000s under the name Metal Shop (soon changed into Metal Skool, then into Steel Panther). Their lineup consists of vocalist Ralph Saenz ("Michael Starr"), drummer Darren Leader ("Stix Zadinia"), bassist Travis Haley ("Lexxi Foxx"), and guitarist Russ Parrish ("Satchel")The band did weekly shows on Monday nights at the Viper Room, playing covers of 1980s hair metal hits while parodying the bands that made the songs famous. Despite the name changes, and some members putting in time in a Van Halen tribute band, they finally managed to gain some success.In 2003 Steel Panther published Hole Patrol,their self-produced debut. The band appeared in a Discover Card advertisement as Danger Kitty and in the sitcom Drew Carey Show as themselves. Also in 2003, their song "Death to All But Metal" was included in a compilation CD called Hey, That's What I Call Sludge! Vol. 1 put out by the Metal Sludge web site. Their cover of the song "Fantasy" by Aldo Nova was used as the opening musical theme for the MTV program Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory. On November 27, 2007 Metal Skool played original songs as well as covers of KISS songs at the Gene Simmons roast, they can be seen in the background of Gene Simmons' reality show Gene Simmons Family Jewels. That year, they also appeared as themselves on Las Vegas in the episode "The High Price of Gas".

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308 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114 (US)

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