Pretty In Pink Plays at Sold-Out Show

Psychedelic Furs tribute Pretty In Pink delivered an unforgettable set of music in front of a sold out crowd at Club 80s in Corona on Saturday afternoon. The audience seemed to make it day to remember for the band as well. Bass guitarist Danny Knapp said, “Sometimes you get to a venue and you just know it’s going to be a special show — one for the books — That’s what I felt today”.

The show was hosted by Richard Blade (DJ for Sirius XM’s First Wave). He opened the show with a DJ set, and then introduced Pretty In Pink, followed by a blazing performance from Devotional – The Depeche Mode Experience.

Pretty In Pink - the Psychedelic Furs tribute performs in front of a sold out crowd

Thanks to Richard Blade

Danny and all the members of the Psychedelic Furs tribute “Pretty in Pink” sent out a special thank you to Richard Blade (Sirius XM’s First Wave DJ) for his shout-out about the upcoming show at Club 80s in Corona, Ca alongside “Devotional – the Depeche Mode Experience”.

Show Me The 90s

Danny was proud to perform at the first show with one of the newest projects he is involved in, “Show Me The 90s”. This new era-based tribute band plays alt-rock, pop, and hip hop from the 90s. The band includes Jesse Wilder (of The Goodwin Club, touring member of The Specials), drummer Lindsey Martin (touring member of Lilith Czar), and Candace Alayne (director of The Black Veils)

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WNG with Craig Owens

We’re No Gentlemen had the honor to open the show last Weds at 1720 Warehouse in downtown L.A. in support of Craig Owens, best known as the former lead vocalist of Chiodos as well as various projects such as Cinematic Sunrise, The Sound of Animals Fighting, and Isles & Glaciers.

Danny Knapp and Amanda Gabel of We're No Gentlemen performing at 1720 Warehouse in Los Angeles

Maiden United at Vamp’d Vegas

Maiden United‘, the Iron Maiden tribute band featuring Danny Knapp as “Steve Hairless” performed at Count’s Vamp’d in Las Vegas. The show was a very special experience for the entire band, “The fans were amazing, and the staff and crew at Vamp’d are truly top knotch!” Maiden United also wished to thank Scorpions tribute ‘Love Drive’ for sharing the stage, and Livewire Photo for some great photos and videos. ⁠