Pretty Boy Floyd to perform their first live stream show via Monsters of Rock Cruise on July 10th
Glam rockers Pretty Boy Floyd featuring frontman Steve Summers will be playing their first live stream concert via Monsters of Rock Cruise on July 10, 2020 at 6:00 pm PST.
The following message was posted on Steve Summers‘ Facebook page earlier today:
“30th Anniversary Tour Live Stream continues with Pretty Boy Floyd and Monsters of Rock Cruise Friday July 10th at 6pm. There will be plenty of great VIP packages as well as a donation spot for your Boyz. All time zones and packages posted this weekend. Make your plans for next Friday July 10 with Pretty Boy Floyd’s first Live Stream of 2020. Can’t wait to Rock with all of the great PBF fans Worldwide.”
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its concert review of Pretty Boy Floyd‘s performance at the M3 Rock Festival in Columbia, Maryland, USA back on May 4, 2018:
“I was really looking forward to seeing Pretty Boy Floyd play live after seeing them put on a great performance at the Rock N Skull Festival back in October 2016. It was a pity that Pretty Boy Floyd were opening the festivities given that they only had about half an hour to play and it seemed like a lot of people were still making their way into the Merriweather Post Pavillion during the band’s set. There’s no question that Pretty Boy Floyd play the type of material that I really like and that’s easy to sing along to. Big choruses and great guitar riffs highlighted almost every one of their songs played during their short set. Pretty Boy Floyd were able to squeeze in one new song (“Feel The Heat”) from their new studio album Public Enemies and the track did not seem out of place in any way.
One thing I really like about Pretty Boy Floyd is that they look and dress the part. Even though it was very hot outside, there was Pretty Boy Floyd frontman Steve Summers performing in a leather jacket, cowboy boots and a cowboy type hat. Gotta love it! Summers addressed the crowd on a few occasions and upon hearing a loud cheer from the audience, expressed surprise at how loud the cheers were given that Pretty Boy Floyd were the first band playing. It’s always fun to see a band perform in broad daylight as well since most of the time, you see bands such as Pretty Boy Floyd performing in darker clubs with lots of lights. Overall, Pretty Boy Floyd put on my second favorite performance on Day One of the M3 Rock Festival.”