“You Can Still Rock in America” by Night Ranger, one of the Eighties’ signature bands, performed in concert by the Nineties’ first supergroup, Damn Yankees. Here is the guy who originally wrote and sang it, Jack Blades, out front of Tommy Shaw, Michael Cartellone, and Ted Nugent in Denver’s Mile High Stadium three decades ago
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The Nineties’ first supergroup actually lived up to the hype: containing Styx singer/songwriter/guitarist Tommy Shaw, Night Ranger’s singer/songwriter Jack Blades, drummer Michael Cartellone, and whackmaster Ted Nugent, the Damn Yankees debut sold a whopping two million copies
Ex-Damn Yankees Tommy Shaw and Jack Blades sing an acoustic version of one of the big hits they contributed to the Damn Yankees two million-seller debut from February 1990, “High Enough”.
Nineties super group Damn Yankees featuring Michael Cartellone, Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, and Ted Nugent live in Denver June 20, 1992 performing Tommy Shaw’s Styx song “Renegade”.
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