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Rick Springfield: Songs For The End Of The World

Presented by at Wildhorse Saloon

February 14, 2013


Rick Springfield: Songs For The End Of The World

Catch Rick Springfield performing live at the Wildhorse Saloon in Downtown Nashville on Thursday, February 14!

Started in a 'quasi' heavy metal band in Australia called Zoot. Came to US early 70's and recorded an album - Beginnings. It had one "major" hit - "Speak to The Sky." After that came "Comic Book Heroes" which was marginally successful. Then he learned to speak English with an American accent to further his acting career after he lost his record label. Did bit parts in "The New Adventures of Wonder Woman" (1975) and a few other 70's shows before landing the role as "Dr. Noah Drake" on "General Hospital" (1963) in 1980. Shortly after landing the role, his single "Jessie's Girl" became a #1 record in the USA. He continued to star on GH while touring and releasing "Success Hasn't Spoiled Me Yet" with the hit "Don't Talk To Strangers". Upon releasing his 3rd album with RCA-"Living In Oz" he quit GH and went back to his rock roots. "Living In Oz" is considered by many his finest (and hardest rock) album. He starred in the movie Hard to Hold (1984) in 1984 and released the soundtrack to it with the hit "Love Somebody", followed by "Don't Walk Away" and "Bop Til Ya Drop".

Wildhorse Saloon

120 Second Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37201

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Admission Info:

$190/Reserved front row w/ MG, $90/Reserved main floor & 2nd floor rail, $75/main floor back of house, $47.50/2nd floor general admission, $47.50/3rd floor general admission; tickets on sale Saturday, October 20 at 10:00am

Phone: (615) 902-8200

Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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