Alle concerten van of festivals met Tesla


Totaal aantal bezochte concerten en/of festivaldagen met Tesla: 4

DatumMediaActBandsLocatieGezelschap
05-04-2013Foto's van Shout It Out Loud festival op 05-04-2013Video's van Shout It Out Loud festival op 05-04-2013 in Glückauf HalleShout It Out Loud festivalTesla setlist
The Quireboys
H.E.A.T
Jettblack
Blackrain
Adam Bomb
OldS'cool
Glückauf HalleThois
Harry
25-06-2008Foto's van Tesla op 25-06-2008Video's van Tesla op 25-06-2008 in De BoerderijTesla setlistInto The ArenaDe BoerderijThois
Harry
24-10-2007Foto's van Tesla op 24-10-2007Video's van Tesla op 24-10-2007 in ParadisoTesla setlistSQY Rocking TeamParadisoThois
Harry
30-06-2007Foto's van Arrow Rock Festival op 30-06-2007Video's van Arrow Rock Festival op 30-06-2007 in Walibi WorldArrow Rock FestivalAerosmith setlist
Toto setlist
Australian Pink Floyd setlist
Europe setlist
Scorpions setlist
Steve Vai setlist
Roger Hodgson setlist
Riders on the Storm
Thin Lizzy setlist
The Outlaws
INXS
Tesla setlist
Walibi WorldThois
Harry



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Biography van Tesla

Tesla is an American hard rock band originating from Sacramento, California. The band formed in 1984 as City Kidd and was renamed to Tesla during the recording of their first album on the advice of their manager. According to the Love Song Songfacts, their name (and the inspiration for some songs) comes from Nikola Tesla, the legendary scientist and inventor who quite possibly is single-handedly responsible for the "mad scientist" trope. Originally, the group included Jeff Keith (vocals), Frank Hannon (guitar), Tommy Skeoch (guitar), Brian Wheat (bass) and Troy Luccketta (drums). In 2006, Skeoch was replaced by Dave Rude, who is now an official member of the band. Tesla's music fit well with the blasting sounds of their 80s hair metal and glam rock contemporaries. Yet it was more bluesy and lyrics dealt with other themes than just the usual, girls, alcohol and violence. But what set them even more apart from their contemporaries was their t-shirt and jeans image, a 'street' look reminiscent of the Ramones (and other 70s punk groups) that was in strong contrast of the leather, spandex, and flashy-make type look of the time. The band's early lifespan as City Kidd brought them considerable frustration, with them failing to break into the musical mainstream while also competing with another band with the same name. Their mutation into Tesla provided a clear shot at success. 'Mechanical Resonance', their debut that the boys released in 1986, became a commercial smash while also receiving significant critical praise. That album was certified platinum by the RIAA on October 5, 1989. In total, the group has released six studio albums with original music, the latest of them being 2008's 'Forever More'. They have also created a a double-disc covers album, titled 'Real To Reel', as well as a number of compilations and live albums. Their sound has focused on a particularly melodic and accessible kind of hard rock with strong shades of classic heavy metal as well. Tesla's popular 1990 remake of Signs, originally recorded by the Five Man Electrical Band (who also inspired the album which the remake came from, Five Man Acoustical Jam), is probably the most mainstream of Tesla's hits. However, many fans remember fondly Tesla's other hits such as Gettin' Better, Modern Day Cowboy, Little Suzi, Edison's Medicine and Love Song. The band derived their name, certain album and song names (e.g. The Great Radio Controversy, Mechanical Resonance, etc), and some song content from events relating to Nikola Tesla, a Serbian-American inventor and electrical engineer born in the 19th century in Smiljan, Austria-Hungary, modern day Croatia. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.








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