Night Ranger performs Unplugged Show to benefit Not Alone
Presented by Not Alone
September 11, 2011
On Sunday, Sept. 11, Night Ranger will perform an intimate, UNPLUGGED show for its fans at Hard Rock Café. All proceeds from the show will go to Not Alone, a nonprofit organization that provides no-cost counseling to returning combat veterans impacted by post traumatic stress disorder and their families.
Night Ranger is excited at the opportunity to support Not Alone at this event and help raise awareness for the issues our warriors and their families face every day. The show, made possible by 105.9 The Rock and Hard Rock Café, begins at 7:00pm following a VIP meet-and-greet with Night Ranger at 6:00pm. Night Ranger is currently supporting their new album Somewhere in California on a world tour with Journey and Foreigner. The tour will make a stop at Bridgestone Arena on Tuesday, September. 13.
Night Ranger has been rocking for nearly 3 decades and is recognized as an international rock icon. Having sold over 17 million albums worldwide, performed over 2,500 live shows and captivated an audience of over 1 billion in radio airplay, there are no signs the band is slowing down. Over the years, they've produced legendary hits such as "Sister Christian," "Rock in America," and "Don't Tell Me You Love Me"- songs that have each significantly impacted popular culture and expanded their ever-growing fan base since their inception.
Night Ranger has made contributions in multiple entertainment realms, including the Broadway musical Rock of Ages and the hit videogame series "Rock Band" and "Guitar Hero" in which their music was featured. Moreover, the band has been recognized in significant films and television shows including Boogie Nights and American Dad.