Iconic rock band TESLA celebrates their 30th anniversary on tour with special guests Voices of Extreme and Weapons of Anew to open the show. The band’s lineup features lead vocalist Jeff Keith, guitarists Frank Hannon and Dave Rude, bassist Brian Wheat and drummer Troy Luccketta. Their journey kicked into high gear with 1986’s platinum-certified debut, Mechanical Resonance, which produced signature songs such as Little Suzi, Modern Day Cowboy, Cumin’ Atcha Live, and Gettin’ Better.
Fans were lined up and ready to rock with Tesla at the House of Blues in Orlando. The show was sold out and it was standing room only with all the fans on their feet and signing along to the music we all grew up on. In every corner you could find fans reminiscing and telling stories of memories of the past concerts they attended. Mid set the stage was set for the Five Man Acoustical Jam, acoustic renditions of hits such as ‘Signs” and “Paradise”. Tesla closed out the show with “Little Suzi” and one of the crowd favorites “Modern Day Cowboy”
I must say, one of the best live performances I have ever attended. The lights, the sound, the song selections and crowd interaction were on point. If you haven’t seen them already this tour and have the chance, be sure to catch one of their remaining dates: http://teslatheband.com/tours