Steel Panther add further USA dates to their ‘Sunset Strip Live’ tour

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Steel Panther add further USA dates to their ‘Sunset Strip Live’ tour

Steel Panther have added some additional dates in the United States of America for their Sunset Strip Live tour with nine additional shows between November 29, 2018 and December 9, 2018.

The following message was posted on Steel Panther‘s Facebook page today:

“Tickets on sale TOMORROW for the NEWLY ANNOUNCED #SunsetStripLIVE dates in November/December! Who’s coming out to get weird with us? \\n/

11/29/18 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues Chicago
11/30/18 – Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live
12/1/18 – Sault St Marie, MI – Kewadin Casinos – Sault Ste. Marie
12/2/18 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit
12/4/18 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues Cleveland
12/6/18 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
12/7/18 – Madison, WI – The Sylvee
12/8/18 – Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s Entertainment Center
12/9/18 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant”

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Other already announced tour dates consist of:

9/22/18 – Poughkeepsie, New York, USA – The Chance Theater
9/23/18 – Baltimore, Maryland, USA – Rams Head Live
9/25/18 – Waterloo, Ontario, Canada – Maxwell’s
9/27/18 – New York, New York, USA – PlayStation Theater
9/29/18 – Providence, Rhode Island, USA – The Strand Ballroom & Theatre
10/12/18 – Regina, Saskatchewan, USA – Casino Regina
10/13/18 – North Battleford, Saskatchewan, USA – Gold Eagle Casino
10/25/18 – Raleigh, North Carolina, USA – Ritz Raleigh
10/26/18 – North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA – House Of Blues Myrtle Beach
10/27/18 – Lynchburg, Virginia, USA – Phase 2
10/28/18 – Charlotte, North Carolina, USA – The Fillmore Charlotte

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Steel Panther‘s Sunset Strip Live tour stop at The Fillmore in Silver Springs, Maryland, USA back in March 2018: “I encouraged several friends who had never really seen them, to come out and it was fun watching the show along with them. When they started playing “Crazy Train”, Satchel made the comment that, if only they had someone who could come out and sing that looked and sounded like Ozzy, it would be perfect. Out walks Michael Starr with his hair parted in the middle, plastered down, tons of eyeliner on, eyes big as saucers, shuffling out with the mic and I almost dropped my drink! It was hilarious! His imitation, throughout the song, was perfect. People were cracking up. Of course, he sounded great singing it, as well.

During “Pour Some Sugar On Me”, they allowed many women to get up onstage and dance and, of course, some tops came off. To female Steel Panther fans, it’s an honor to be onstage and be a part of the show. No one onstage left without a smile.

Having seen more concerts than I can count, in my lifetime, even when I go to see a band I love, I find myself glancing at my watch wondering when it’s going to be over. Steel Panther is one where I never bother to look at the time. When they left the stage, the crowd started chanting “Gloryhole!” The band came out, ready to play their encore (which was set to be “Party All Day”) but decided to just go along with what the audience wanted. Not only did they play “Gloryhole”, they allowed a kid (who looked to be about 12-13) to come onstage and play the song in Satchel’s place. He did a great job and when the roadies came up and took the guitar off of him and tried to shuffle him offstage, he stepped forward to take a bow alongside of the band!”