CHEAP TRICK To Guest On The Tonight Show With Jay Leno CHEAP TRICK
will guest on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Wednesday,
May 1st. The Tonight Show airs on NBC TV at 11:35 EST; check local
listings for details.
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the legendary show in Budokan,
Japan, Cheap Trick
recently announced that they will play the exact
April 28th, 1978 Budokan set on April 28th at the John Varvatos Bowery
boutique in New York City, sponsored by Sony Experia and Legacy
As the space that formerly housed the seminal underground music club
CBGB’s, the Varvatos store seemed the perfect place to celebrate this
historic moment. This legendary band began its relationship with
Varvatos in Spring 2008 when they starred in the seasonal brand campaign
photographed by Danny Clinch.
“I’m proud to host this momentous show for my friends Cheap Trick
my Bowery store which is celebrating its own 5th anniversary this
month,” says designer John Varvatos.
Fans around the world will be able to watch the show live via Livestream.com by visiting this location.
On April 30th, the band will perform the exact April 30th, 1978
Budokan set at the El Rey in Los Angeles, CA. this show will air live
nationally on AXS TV. Axs TV will also give home viewers a unique
concert experience using social media. On twitter, fans can get
connected with the live experience by following @axstv and using the
hashtag #axscheaptrick. On Facebook, fans can enter here to win autographed copies of the Budokan! box set.
Bolstered by the hit singles, 'I Want You To Want Me',
That A Shame', 1978
’s Cheap Trick
At Budokan is the album that
catapulted the Rockford, IL, quartet to superstardom. The album rocketed
all the way to #4 on the Billboard Top 200 and went triple platinum,
and Rolling Stone has since called it one of the top 500 albums of all
Since the '70s, Cheap Trick
have been blending elements of pop, punk
and even metal in a way that is instantly catchy and recognizable. With
a multitude of timeless classics to their name, Cheap Trick
musical institution that resonates as much today as they did at the
height of their stardom in the ‘70’s. Anyone familiar with Comedy
Central’s The Colbert Report will note that Cheap Trick wrote and
performed the theme song. They have more than 5,000 performances under
their belt, 20 million records sold, 29 movie soundtracks and 40 gold
and platinum recording awards.