The 80’s were a time of big hair and hairspray, spandex and cut up shirts, and super smooth guitar riffs. As time went on, that era slowly died off, except for one particular group that goes by the name of Steel Panther who brought the glam rock look back to Rams Head Live in Baltimore, MD as part of their 2017 Girls In A Row tour featuring Citizen Zero. Check out the gallery below as Luis Rosales was there for this spectacular of a show.
Starting off the night was Citizen Zero, as this classic sounding hard rock group warmed up the crowd. The band had light up signs on each side of the stage that read the band’s name that reflected their classic look. During the later part of their set, the group busted out a cover of Ted Nugent’s song “Stranglehold” as they jammed out with the crowd and closed the night out with “Home” and “Save The Queen.” Citizen Zero is definitely a band to look out for in the future.
Known for putting together some of the most humorous and raunchy shows around, Steel Panther takes stage to show Baltimore a fun time. Starting off the night a little easy, the band began with “Eye of a Panther” and quickly went into the more explicit songs such as “Goin’ in the Backdoor” and “Just Like Tiger Woods.” In between songs, the band would talk and crack jokes to each other and some of the crowd. One fan in particular wearing a banana costume that Satchel pointed out making several sexual jokes throughout the night that had fans laughing. As they continued on the night, Satchel broke out a guitar solo featuring classic riffs such as “Livin’ on a Prayer,” “Here I Go Again,” “Jump,” “Crazy Train,” and “Paradise City.” All classic songs that lead up to Satchel finishing off his solo while also playing drums at the same time. Soon after, singer Michael Starr invites a girl on stage while he sang “Girl From Oklahoma” to her and not too long after flashed the audience on stage. From there, the band invited more girls on stage as they played “17 Girls In A Row” where they had the stage full of girls that kept piling up to dance. Steel Panther ended the night off with an encore of “Community Property” and “Party All Day (F*ck All Night)” as they left every single fan leaving the venue with a smile on their face still laughing at the jokes.