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It took place at the Orleans Arena... with $100 for regular tickets and VIP tables set up on the floor. Capacity is about 10,000 and while the sections were "full".... there were lots of empty seats scattered throughout.

The show was a benefit for the Rock & Roll Academy (Boys & Girls Club). I got my tickets for free. I wonder how many other people did too.

The house band was Hairball - who backed up the rotating lineup of singers - and were very good. The full lineup of KISS closed the show.

Here's how it went...

Joey Tempest & John Norum
1. The Final Countdown
2. Rock The Night

Good way to kick off the show since Tempest looked and sang really good. He came across as a professional and not a joke which is the best way to start a show like this. It also helped that the first song is so familiar and began after the lights dimmed. Crowd was into it.

Jack Blades
Don't Tell Me You Love Me
Rock In America

The acts weren't getting introductions. So I think a lot of people didn't know who it was at first. He tried hard to work the crowd. Sounded decent. Almost looked a little goofy since he's short and his hair almost looks like a wig.

Kip Winger
1. Madalaine
2. Seventeen

Kip sounded good. A little screamy at times but good. Played it cool in a sport coat. He doesn't take chances with his stage moves these days.

Stephen Pearcy
1. Lay It Down
2. Round and Round

Most forgettable act of the night. So forgettable I nearly forgot to put him in my review. Seriously. The first bad singer of the night. But not the worst he's ever sounded. Kip Winger and Jack Blades came on stage at one point to sing backups for Round and Round. I think they were watching and thought "We should show him how to sing."

Dee Snider
1. We're Not Gonna Take It
2. I Wanna Rock

Totally stole the show. When the drums started.... people got up and Dee made sure they stayed up. Best performer of the night easily. And it was the only time my friends stood up. It didn't hurt that his stage banter was funny. Between songs he said "This is a two song set so you know what's next." lol.

Tom Keifer
1. Somebody Save Me
2. Gypsy Road
3. Shake Me

I love Cinderella but Tom had a tough act to follow. Crowd energy was down after Dee. Tom was good but I think the crowd was a tad thrown off by his new singing style. Cinderella is also unusual in that their biggest uptempo songs weren't mega hit singles. He probably would have benefited if he threw in "Don't Know What You Got Til It's Gone". It's so well known and he would have stood out as the only act of the night to slow things down.

Rob Zombie
1. Thunder Kiss '65
2. We're an American Band

Decent enough but I think he phoned this performance in. No passion behind it. He stopped the second song early so he could start it over from the beginning again "for technical difficulties". Not sure what they were. Only person to do a cover.

Vince Neil
1. Kickstart My Heart
2. Wildside
3. Girls Girls Girls

Vince was into it and had the crowd. Not as good as Dee but had the crowd way better than anyone else so far. No surprises here. You know what you get with Vince. He wore a sport coat which didn't help him look slim.

Alice Cooper
1. No More Mr. Nice Guy
2. Under My Wheels
3. I'm Eighteen
4. School's Out

If it wasn't for Dee, this would've been the best performance of the night. Alice has looked the same way for 30 years and moves around pretty good. I think something takes over his body when he puts that outfit and makeup on.

(intermission)

KISS
1. Shout It Out Loud
2. Deuce
3. Lick It Up
4. Detroit rock City
5. Calling Dr. Love
6. Rock & Roll All Nite

Intermission killed the momentum and the crowd was oddly quiet when KISS took the stage. Kind of how no one really focuses on the first wrestling match after an intermission.

They played well. Paul sounded fine (although if you didn't know who he was you'd think he was a creepy old gay man). Gene looked like that action figure photo that was posted here not too long ago. Sport coat, jeans. His Wayne Newton face fits in here in Vegas. Paul was either going with his real hair or wearing one of his shorter wigs. Eric has very long hair so he must tuck it ender a wig when he does normal KISS shows. Eric was good and seemed more on fire than usual. Maybe he was happy to be himself for once and not playing the role of Peter Criss.

Nothing was wrong... but this performance just wasn't completely clicking with the crowd for some reason and I'm not sure why. Maybe it was the lazy entrance. They could've picked a better opener than Shout it Out Loud. It looked like they were calling out songs without a setlist... and seemed to go into hits mode with Lick It Up onward to try and keep the crowd. There was a lot of pick throwing. A lot. To the point it almost looked like they were bored.

For Rock N Roll All Night, they brought some of the other singers onstage which actually made the song a little interesting for once. Vince sang part of one of the verses. When Alice came out... Paul told this story about seeing him in concert on the Billion Dollar Babies tour and called it one of the best concerts he ever saw. I swear I thought he was going to say "and that's when we decided to steal the makeup". But no. That didn't happen. ha ha.

Overall, the show dragged just a little. The pacing would've been better with one less act. Maybe Rob Zombie or Stephen Pearcy.


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Thank you, Victor Fries.

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I have to agree with your review, I never seen Hairball before and I was impressed with these guys, a little like Steel Pantherish, but a solid band, and YES Dee surprised the shit out of me, he def brought the energy! Fun night with the after party at Vinces club, and the Auction was cool!

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Did Dee Snider sing "Baby Love" with Debbie Gibson?

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I have to agree with your review, I never seen Hairball before and I was impressed with these guys, a little like Steel Pantherish, but a solid band, and YES Dee surprised the shit out of me, he def brought the energy! Fun night with the after party at Vinces club, and the Auction was cool!



Hairball destroys Steel Panther live. If they played the same bill there should be another band after Steel Panther and before Hairball.


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I have to agree with your review, I never seen Hairball before and I was impressed with these guys, a little like Steel Pantherish, but a solid band, and YES Dee surprised the shit out of me, he def brought the energy! Fun night with the after party at Vinces club, and the Auction was cool!


Imagine how awesome Steel Panther would be if they dropped the lame humor. That's Hairball.

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what IS it about Dee that does that? i've seen my fair share of bands over the decades - but when i saw him on a smaller stage with Widomaker back in the day - that dude OWNS the place and pulls everyone into his world. fucking incredible.

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Saw a pic on FB of Paul on stage with Gene and Eric somewhere in the background. I have to say I'd go with something different than the sport coat look on Gene, but to me, this came off much cooler than the played-out costumes and makeup.

But I'm one of those sort of former fans that have been around since the mid-70s and enjoyed the heyday.

I just looked more age-cool than goofy clown outfits on 60 year olds. I don't need to see that shit anymore, even if Paul's voice was in top shape.


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Wait until Neotard reads that Alice Cooper opens for KISS these days. His head will explode like it did the day Mitt Romney got trampled in the election. :lol:

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I have to agree with your review, I never seen Hairball before and I was impressed with these guys, a little like Steel Pantherish, but a solid band, and YES Dee surprised the shit out of me, he def brought the energy! Fun night with the after party at Vinces club, and the Auction was cool!



Hairball destroys Steel Panther live. If they played the same bill there should be another band after Steel Panther and before Hairball.


"""Hairball destroys Steel Panther live""""

Dumbest sentence ever written in the history of mankind.

But I will say, Hairball is great! Tuff opened for them a few summers ago in Wisconsin and I was very impressed. Their normal show is a laundry list of 80s tunes, not just hairband songs. I saw them do Prince, Journey, etc.. and they rotate singers. So the show would open with a Dee Snider dressed singer doing 2 songs, then as the 2nd song ends, the other singer dressed like Bret Michaels does 2 Poison songs, then the 1st singer is now dressed like Alice, or Axl, etc..and they go back n' fourth. It's very well done, and their production is pretty massive too. We did an outdoor thing so they had pyro as well. Pretty legit act for sure and are definitely making a name for themselves but to say they destroy SP is silly.

Fun Fact: The band was started and created by Chainsaw Caine of Slave Raider in the mid/late 90s. From what I know Chainsaw (real name Mike) was the singer and doing this WAY back, like 1996-97ish. He essentially retired and was the bands agent/manager. Not sure where all that is at now, but I know they have some pretty heavy hitters involved or they wouldn't be playing NFL halftime games in London.

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I have to agree with your review, I never seen Hairball before and I was impressed with these guys, a little like Steel Pantherish, but a solid band, and YES Dee surprised the shit out of me, he def brought the energy! Fun night with the after party at Vinces club, and the Auction was cool!



Hairball destroys Steel Panther live. If they played the same bill there should be another band after Steel Panther and before Hairball.


"""Hairball destroys Steel Panther live""""

Dumbest sentence ever written in the history of mankind.

But I will say, Hairball is great! Tuff opened for them a few summers ago in Wisconsin and I was very impressed. Their normal show is a laundry list of 80s tunes, not just hairband songs. I saw them do Prince, Journey, etc.. and they rotate singers. So the show would open with a Dee Snider dressed singer doing 2 songs, then as the 2nd song ends, the other singer dressed like Bret Michaels does 2 Poison songs, then the 1st singer is now dressed like Alice, or Axl, etc..and they go back n' fourth. It's very well done, and their production is pretty massive too. We did an outdoor thing so they had pyro as well. Pretty legit act for sure and are definitely making a name for themselves but to say they destroy SP is silly.

Fun Fact: The band was started and created by Chainsaw Caine of Slave Raider in the mid/late 90s. From what I know Chainsaw (real name Mike) was the singer and doing this WAY back, like 1996-97ish. He essentially retired and was the bands agent/manager. Not sure where all that is at now, but I know they have some pretty heavy hitters involved or they wouldn't be playing NFL halftime games in London.

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An article from 2008 talking about the bands history. They have DEF paid their dues as a brand - and props to them (Chainsaw) for reaping the rewards 15 years later re: Hairball, and 30 years later re: Slave Raider, etc.

http://www.rivervalleynewspapers.com/ar ... 00lead.txt

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Oh shit. Paul wore polka dots.

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Oh shit. Paul wore polka dots.

Paul loves that stupid shirt. This isn't the first time he's worn it.


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Thank you Mister Freeze!

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what IS it about Dee that does that? i've seen my fair share of bands over the decades - but when i saw him on a smaller stage with Widomaker back in the day - that dude OWNS the place and pulls everyone into his world. fucking incredible.


He's the best spokesman.


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Wait until Neotard reads that Alice Cooper opens for KISS these days. His head will explode like it did the day Mitt Romney got trampled in the election. :lol:


No it won't. Even he knows that KISS is a bigger draw than Alice. I'm sure can't do that without taking a stab at KISS, but he knows it's true...


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Wait until Neotard reads that Alice Cooper opens for KISS these days. His head will explode like it did the day Mitt Romney got trampled in the election. :lol:


No it won't. Even he knows that KISS is a bigger draw than Alice. I'm sure can't do that without taking a stab at KISS, but he knows it's true...


I think he'll go with the always-useful "Without Alice there's no KISS" as if that fucking means anything.

Without Groucho there's no Alice.


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An article from 2008 talking about the bands history. They have DEF paid their dues as a brand - and props to them (Chainsaw) for reaping the rewards 15 years later re: Hairball, and 30 yearsl



What an awful name, did he steal that from Terry Funk or something?

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Paul sounded fine (although if you didn't know who he was you'd think he was a creepy old gay man).


:lol:

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MetalSludgeCEO wrote:
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I have to agree with your review, I never seen Hairball before and I was impressed with these guys, a little like Steel Pantherish, but a solid band, and YES Dee surprised the shit out of me, he def brought the energy! Fun night with the after party at Vinces club, and the Auction was cool!



Hairball destroys Steel Panther live. If they played the same bill there should be another band after Steel Panther and before Hairball.


"""Hairball destroys Steel Panther live""""

Dumbest sentence ever written in the history of mankind.


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Agree to disagree. Steel Panther bored me to death just the second time seeing them. Same show, same jokes, same act. I've only caught them three times but nothing changed. It could be that Hairball plays larger venues (at least locally) so the bigger crowd and larger production lends something to the experience that playing a bar doesn't offer.


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Rob Zombie did "American Band"? That's an unexpected cover if I've ever seen it.

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Hairball destroys Steel Panther live. If they played the same bill there should be another band after Steel Panther and before Hairball.


"""Hairball destroys Steel Panther live""""

Dumbest sentence ever written in the history of mankind.


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Agree to disagree. Steel Panther bored me to death just the second time seeing them. Same show, same jokes, same act. I've only caught them three times but nothing changed. It could be that Hairball plays larger venues (at least locally) so the bigger crowd and larger production lends something to the experience that playing a bar doesn't offer.



SP are great musicians and all, but I am partial to Hairball- they're good friends and I was bored with SP when they were called Atomic Punks... 8)

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Rob Zombie did "American Band"? That's an unexpected cover if I've ever seen it.


Gets play on Sirius/XM quite a bit. Not a big enough fan to say if it's a one-off single or on some disc.


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Rob Zombie did "American Band"? That's an unexpected cover if I've ever seen it.


Gets play on Sirius/XM quite a bit. Not a big enough fan to say if it's a one-off single or on some disc.



It's the single from his most recent full-length- Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor.

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Roxxxxtar wrote:
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Rob Zombie did "American Band"? That's an unexpected cover if I've ever seen it.


Gets play on Sirius/XM quite a bit. Not a big enough fan to say if it's a one-off single or on some disc.



It's the single from his most recent full-length- Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor.


Damn. I've always dug WZ and some of his solos stuff but I had no idea about the new album or the cover.

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Um.. kiss didn't "Headline", they merely went on last so people had something to listen to as they emptied the venue.


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Zombie must have loved being after Keifer and before Vince

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