Video footage of Tyketto singer Danny Vaughn’s surprise appearance during Ted Poley’s set at SSS 3

Video footage of Tyketto singer Danny Vaughn’s surprise appearance during Ted Poley’s set at SSS 3

Sleazy Slimey Sunday 3 hosted by Brad Lee Entertainment took place at the Cancun Cantina in Hanover, Maryland, USA on May 6, 2018. The line-up was an exciting one with headliner L.A. Guns along with Junkyard, Babylon A.D., Ted Poley, Kickin Valentina, Every Mother’s Nightmare, Streetlight Circus, Denman and Old School.

Tyketto had played Day Two of the M3 Rock Festival on Saturday, May 5, 2018 and the UK group’s frontman Danny Vaughn made a surprise appearance at Sleazy Slimey Sunday 3 joining Poley on stage for two spirited covers consisting of Bryan Adams‘ “Summer Of ’69” and KISS‘ “Rock And Roll All Nite.”

The following is an excerpt of Sleaze Roxx‘s upcoming Sleazy Slimey Sunday 3 concert review:

“For Poley‘s set. I was hanging back about ten rows back given that I have never been that into Danger Danger‘s more melodic rock material. That being said, there is no denying that Poley was putting on a great show and the crowd seemed really into it. All of a sudden and to my great surprise, I noticed that Tyketto frontman Danny Vaughn was standing pretty much next to me. At that time, Poley had left the stage during one of his songs and was walking through the crowd while singing and posing for photos with fans. Poley was followed through the standing audience by his trusty bodyguard Sarge McIntyre who seemed to always be at arms length of the singer. I was surprised that Poley didn’t acknowledge Vaughn while making his way through the crowd. If I recall correctly, Poley did give a hug to a woman who presumably was Vaughn‘s wife so at least the Danger Danger frontman likely knew that Vaughn was in attendance. Once the song was over and the sound level down for a little bit, I quickly congratulated Vaughn on a great set by Tyketto the day before at the M3 Rock Festival. The smiling and good looking (don’t read anything in this last comment) singer responded by thanking me for coming early to see Tyketto who had an 11:00 am start time at the M3 Rock Festival.

It seemed that Poley was closing his set when he launched into the spirited Danger Danger classic “Naughty Naughty” which had everyone singing along. It was neat for me to see how Poley was so into the song as he must have played the track a million times yet he looked genuinely excited to be playing it. There was no going through the motions for Poley on this night. After “Naughty Naughty”, I thought that Poley‘s set was over but all of a sudden, the singer invited Vaughn up onto the stage along with a guest guitarist that I didn’t know. Poley, Vaughn and the rest then launched into a spirited and fun version of the Bryan Adams classic “Summer Of ’69.” Being Canadian and having multiple copies of Bryan Adams‘ second biggest selling album Reckless (I am very surprised to find out just now that Adams‘ 1991 released Waking Up The Neighbours album appears to have perhaps sold more copies than Reckless), I knew all the words to Adams‘ blockbuster song. It was odd to me that not everyone in the audience was in the same boat as I. Had “Summer Of ’69” been played anywhere in Canada, the sing along from the crowd would have been incredible. In any case, it was a lot of fun to see Vaughn and Poley combine to sing the track and a bonus to have them launch into a rousing rendition of KISS‘ ultimate rock n’ roll anthem “Rock And Roll All Nite.” Poley‘s overall performance on this night definitely went up a few notches in my mind with the very special ending, which included one of the best singers out there — Tyketto‘s Danny Vaughn.”

Ted Poley w/ Tyketto‘s Danny Vaughn performing “Summer Of ’69” at Sleazy Slimey Sunday in Hanover, Maryland, USA on May 6, 2018:

Ted Poley (D2) & Danny Vaughn (Tyketto) – Summer of ’69

Sleazy Slimey Sunday ’18

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