The rebel rousing rock and roll group, Foxy Shazam, will electrify The Loft’s main stage Monday, April 30. This is a rescheduled show from their April 5 date. Supporting acts include Maniac, Cadaver Dogs and Wilson.
Foxy Shazam was formed by its lead singer Eric Nally, a riotous, Cleveland-based rock star notorious for unexpected stunts onstage, in 2004. They are currently on their Tabernacle 2012 Tour following the release of their fourth studio album “The Church of Rock and Roll.”
Nally best characterized Foxy Shazam’s sound in an interview with “Absoulte Punk” magazine saying, “When I listen to a Foxy Shazam record I think of Evel Knievel, Bruce Springsteen, my childhood, Van Morrison, my old friends from high school I don’t talk to anymore, Elton John, the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and beyond, Iggy Pop and my first kiss.”
Tickets are $13 in advance or $15 at the door. Tickets are available at Flat Black and Circular (East Lansing) and Music Manor (Lansing) or online through Fusion Shows.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.