Stop us if you've heard this one before. Following the cancellation of SeaWorld concerts by REO Speedwagon, Cheap Trick and Heart in the past week, 38 Special have just wiped the aquatic theme park off its list of upcoming shows.
The first ever Summer Heat concert lived up to its name, with temperatures soaring into the upper 80's on a late June afternoon in the Twin Ports. Hundreds of people poured into the back lot at Clyde Ironworks to check out the fantastic show, with opening acts Tempted Fate and Boogie Wonderland kicking off the party for headliners 38 Special.
When 38 Special takes the stage tonite, you will have a rare opportunity to go back in time. It will surprise you how many songs you didn't know 38 Special sang. Guitarist Danny Chauncey 38 Special says everyone hits the stage to win, they do 100 shows a year, and they've never sounded better.
One question I like to ask all artists is, who is your idol, who is the person that inspired you. What was the first concert you went to that made you think you could do this for a living. Don Barnes, the lead singer of 38 Special talked about his...
We'll be "Rockin' into The Night" at the Clyde tonight when 38 Special and special guests Boogie Wonderland and Tempted Fate take the stage for the first ever Summer Heat concert brought to you by Benna Ford Roush.
Should I take a light jacket? Is there rain in the forecast? If you're wondering what the weather will be like for the Summer Heat concert here's the afternoon/evening forecast for you from chief meteorologist Adam Clark at the Northland's News Center. See you at the concert.
.38 Special is coming to Duluth at the Clyde on Thursday with two other great bands, Boogie Wonderland, and Tempted Fate. If you don't have your tickets, buy them here. Alright, that being said, I have been talking to people when I make appearances and they all ask me, what's my favorite song by the band. So Here goes