Why See Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper?
Two Icons For The Price of One!
Rod Stewart has once again decided to team up with fellow rock sensation Cyndi Lauper, for a 22 venue North American Summer Tour. Stewart and Lauper are two of pop's music great survivors, weathering new trends and reinventing themselves at every turn - and they never look anything other than fabulous doing it. The pair also firm friends, having first performed together at 1985's Commitment to Life benefit concert, and kept in touch ever since. This tour will see them performing a handful of duets, alongside a solo set each.
From his early days in the rock band The Faces, Rod Stewart has strutted his way through disco, new wave and the American songbook, leaving behind a catalogue of undeniable classics, including 'Maggie May', 'Do You Think I'm Sexy', 'Sailing' and 'You Wear it Well'. Cyndi burst on to the pop music scene in the 80s with her colorful look and hooky pop tunes like 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun'. Recently her career has taken a new musical theater direction, which saw her pen the score for Broadway blockbuster Kinky Boots, for which she won a Tony Award.
Performance date: 19 August 2018
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25 reviews, average rating: (4.6 Stars)
Saw this last night. Both artist were in top form. Cyndi opened and gave... more
Amazing concert. Best I've seen at PNC all year. They were both equally... more
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