Well if I going to share a photo gallery of Steel Panther, I might as well make it 69 rockin' photographs of Michael Starr, Satchel, Lexxi Foxx and Stix Zadinia.
Over two SOLD OUT nights at the Forum Theatre, the glam rock giants performed two sets with no support bands. First set they performed all of their hits like "Death To All But Metal", "Glory Hole", "Community Property", "17 Girls In A Row" and the Aussie inspired "Poontang Boomerang."
The second 'Sunset Strip Live' set comprised of the band playing homage to all the best hair metal bands. Highlights included Van Halen's "Jump", Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar On Me", Guns N' Roses' "Paradise City", Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer" and Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train" with Michael Starr doing a funny parody of Ozzy, while shouting "SHAAARROOOON" into the microphone mid song. But it doesn't get better when Joel O'Keeffe from Airbourne suddenly appeared on stage and sang AC/DC's "Highway To Hell". Joel and Satchel did a classic Angus Young's one legged duck walk and when the song was over, Joel skolled a beer. It was the best rock'n'roll moment to ever happen in the 89 year history of the Forum Theatre. I did manage to post a little pesky iPhone video on Facebook and Twitter, which Steel Panther, Airbourne and Premier Artists have shared, which has had about 45,000 views. IT'S GOING VIRAL!
Click this link to see the video:
Photography by CarbieWarbie