Zebra and Kingdom Come will play The Chance in Poughkeepsie this Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7pm.
Get ready for a great 80's rock show with Zebra and Kingdom Come!
Zebra is set to perform their 1983 debut album in it's entirety at this special performance this weekend, along with a special Zep Set of Led Zeppelin tunes.
Zebra was founded in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1975 with Randy Jackson along with bassist/keyboardist Felix Hanemann and drummer Guy Gelso. The band moved to Long Island, New York in 1977 and were big on the Long Island club circuit throughout the 80’s along with bands like Twisted Sister and Rat Race Choir, often playing shows all around New York. They signed to Atlantic Records in 1982 and their debut album Zebra would go gold becoming the fastest selling debut in Atlantic Records history. Songs like "Tell Me What You Want", "Who's Behind the Door?", and "Bears" were hits for Zebra. The band toured as openers for bands like Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Journey, Cheap Trick, Loverboy, Sammy Hagar, and Reo Speedwagon. Randy Jackson and Zebra are members of the Long Island Hall of Fame.
German hard rock/metal band Kingdom Come had their most success with their 1988 self-titled debut which featured the singles "Living Out of Touch", "What Love Can Be", and "Get It On". The band has a new lineup in 2018 with lead singer Keith St. John (replacement for singer Lenny Wolf), Danny Stag (guitar), Rick Steier (guitar), Johnny "JB" Frank (bass) and James Kottak (drums).
Tickets for Zebra with very special guests: Kingdom Come along with Livesay and the Gregg Woods Band are on sale and available through ticketweb.com and the Chance box office at 845-471-1966.