Voices of Rock Radio
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Throughout the musical ages, super groups have
encompassed a wide swath of eras and genres, though
none so aptly lives up to its resplendent title as the
VOICES OF ROCK RADIO. Comprised of several rock n’
roll giants, this highly decorated artist collective
is loaded with more Grammy Awards, Billboard singles,
BMI Songwriting Awards, plus major soundtrack and
touring credits than even the most spacious trophy
case or resume can hold, while the subsequent songs
are truly timeless even in current contexts.

Enter Kevin Chalfant (The Storm, 707), Jimi Jamison
(Survivor), Derek St. Holmes (Ted Nugent Band), John
Cafferty (Beaver Brown Band, Eddie and the Cruisers)
and Wally Palmer (The Romantics), who comprise the
cavalcade of classics that make up this ultimate
electricity-drenched outing. From the enduring anthems
like Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” and The Romantics’
“What I Like About You” to the melodic rock royalty of
The Storm’s “I’ve Got a Lot To Learn About Love,”
along with the Ted Nugent Band’s first pumping arena
rocker “Cat Scratch Fever” and the Eddie and the
Cruisers soundtrack staple “On the Dark Side,” it’s a
hit parade of gargantuan proportions filled with this
series of all-star collaborations backed by a
snarling, six-piece band.

This “festival within a band” so to speak also boasts
the instantly familiar radio faire “High On You,”
“Stranglehold,” “Talking In Your Sleep,” “The Search
Is Over,” “Show Me the Way,” “C.I.T.Y.,” “Hey Baby,”
“Just What the Doctor Ordered,” “I’m Always Here” and
“One In a Million.” Add in several chestnuts from the
Journey catalogue (delivered from extended family
member Chalfant, whose co-fronting of The Storm also
included Journey’s Gregg Rolie, Ross Valory and Steve
Smith) and it’s a sure fire sing-a-long from start to

“It’s a chance to see several lead singers unite to
perform our best loved material in an incredibly
unique way,” Chalfant sums up. “Music is the common
language of life, which for the fans, means an entire
evening worth of non-stop hits and memories. And from
an artist point of view, it shows how the sounds have
brought us together and united us as one
chemistry-filled unit, despite the diverse paths we’ve
previously traveled. This is all about fun for us and
the chance to give back in a major way to the
audiences that have supported us all throughout our
incredible rock n roll rides.”