THE MIDWEST ROCK ‘N ROLL EXPRESS TOUR featuring STYX, REO SPEEDWAGON AND TED NUGENT performedat the Bangor Waterfront Pavilion on Sunday, July 8th.
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Over 80 million albums sold worldwide. 12 Top Ten smash hit singles. Thousands of concerts performed. The time has come for the ultimate convergence of Rock’s finest from the Midwest. REO Speedwagon, STYX and Ted Nugent will join forces for “The Midwest Rock ‘n Roll Express” 30+ date U.S. tour.
“Forget all those TV shows with glee clubs singing Rock songs,” exclaims STYX guitarist/singer James “JY” Young. “It’s time for mega-Platinum Illinois bands STYX and Reo Speedwagon in a battle to the end of the Mayan Calendar with the Motor City Madman!”
“I am a Midwest boy, born and raised with Midwest values,” continues REO Speedwagon singer/guitarist Kevin Cronin. “In the Midwest we work hard, play hard and rock hard. I am proud to join my brothers in STYX and Ted Nugent to celebrate Midwest rock ‘n roll and represent the greatest rock fans in the world. I am ready to climb aboard the ‘Midwest Rock ‘n Roll Express!’ Rock On baby!” As STYX singer/guitarist Tommy Shaw proclaims, “It’s gonna be a Twang Fest of screaming guitars and big, sing-along choruses, that continue to be the soundtrack for the misbehavior of our collective fan base. In other words, a real good time.”
Ted Nugent couldn’t agree more. “The heart and soul of American R&B&R&R has always gushed forth from the Heartland of America. REO, STYX and The Nugent have always celebrated the power of our special music and on the mighty ‘Midwest Rock ‘n Roll Express,’ the energy, attitude and spirit is more intense than ever. This is the soundtrack for the hardcore.”
Check out “The Midwest Rock ‘n Roll Express” at The Bangor Waterfront Pavilion on Sunday July 8th. Ted Nugent hits the stage at 6:30 pm after a local opener.