The Loverboy concert at Denver's Hudson Gardens was a wonderful throwback to a day gone by. The weather was perfect and the band was as always...spot on. They rocked the house right out of the get-go with their distinct musical sound and timeless classics that everybody is familiar with. Loverboy has a lot of fans even after all these years.
With Mike Reno still singing his heart out, Paul Dean still rockin' on his guitar, Doug Johnson on his keyboards and saxaphone, Matt Frenette still banging his drums and Ken "Spider" Sinneave still strumming his bass guitar it's not hard to understand why!
I've seen them many times over the years and they never disappoint.
They provided the crowd with some great memorable music. No smoke, no mirrors. Just good entertainment! The setlist went as follows:
Queen of the Broken Hearts,
Take Me to the Top - Riders of the Storm montage,
It's Your Life. The slow-smoldering ballad (and my favorite song)
This Could Be the Night,
The Kid Is Hot Tonite,
When It's Over,
Hot Girls in Love, An awesome
Drum / Bass / Keyboard Solo,
Turn Me Loose and the one everyone was waiting for...
Working for the Weekend!
Loverboy is a musical group that has stood the test of time and prove they have what it takes to entertain and put on a great show with just their music.
Legendary performers in a memorable show. Great Job Loverboy, can't wait til next time!