Stone In Love (Journey) / Barracuda (Heart) / Jukebox Heroes (Foreigner) At Revolution Hall

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J-Fell Presents and 105.9 The Brew present: Stone In Love [Journey tribute] / Barracuda [Heart] / Jukebox Heroes [Foreigner] at Revolution Hall -- PORTLAND'S COOLEST NEW VENUE!!!

Saturday, February 13 at Revolution Hall
Doors 7:00 pm / Music 8pm, Under 21 admitted with parent/legal guardian
Tickets: $28 Advance / $33 DOS

Stone In Love - Journey Tribute Band performs faithful renditions of the classic hits from one of the most beloved rock groups of all timeā€¦ Journey. The band delivers a high energy performance that showcases all the hallmarks of the Journey sound - soaring lead vocals, lush four-part harmonies, signature guitar licks, fat keyboards, and driving rhythms.

Barracuda - The Essential Tribute to the band Heart hails from Vancouver, B.C. (the original city where Ann Wilson [vocals], and Roger [guitar] & Michael [manager] Fisher co-founded Heart) and pay tribute with style, presence and a true passion for songs that have become worldwide hits. It is no wonder Heart founding member/guitarist Roger Fisher has endorsed Barracuda and has even joined them on stage for several performances. Heart's 2013 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has led to a resurgence of interest in the band and Barracuda helps meet the demand, impressing audiences from coast-to-coast as the essential tribute to one of the greatest rock bands ever.

Jukebox Heroes - Foreigner Tribute features a powerhouse lineup of players from the Northwest tribute scene, including the incredible vocal talents of singer Rich Ray (Ramble On, Misty Mountain). JBH features a 7-piece band complete with signature Foreigner saxophone. Their high-energy set of massive Foreigner hits that have become a staple of classic rock radio won't leave fans disappointed!
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