David Pack’s Legends Live will play TWO NIGHTS, MARCH 15 & 16 at the brand new venue Boot Barn Hall at Bourbon Bros. in Colorado Springs!
Tickets on sale now - CLICK HERE! Headliners:
DAVID PACK (former lead singer of Ambrosia)
MARK FARNER (formerly of Grand Funk Railroad)
JOHN ELEFANTE (former lead singer of Kansas)
JIM PETERIK (of Ides of March and .38 Special fame, formerly of Survivor)
WALLY PALMAR (lead singer of The Romantics)
David joined Billy Dean and James Otto on stage on Feb 22 & 23, playing guitar and singing harmonies for the two shows which he produced and hosted for the brand-new Boot Barn Hall in Colorado Springs, CO.
David and Billy have been friends and musical cohorts for over 20 years. At these two shows they screened a video of a song the two of them co-wrote with Pat Boone entitled “Thank You Billy Graham,” a tribute to the late preacher, featuring stars ranging from Michael McDonald, to Bono, Leann Rimes, and many others.
David and his Legends Live band, featuring co-headliners John Elefante (former Kansas) and Wally Palmar (The Romantics) play two shows over five days on the “On the Blue Cruise” to the Caribbean, Feb 10-15. Other acts include Justin Hawyard (Moody Blues,) Alan Parsons Live Project, Todd Rundgren, Al Stewart, Dave Mason, Procul Harum, and dozens more of the biggest names in Classic Rock!
David Pack and his Legends Live co-headliners will be appearing at the inaugural TrouBeliever Festival on August 4th at Snow Basin in Huntsville, UT.
Appearing alongside such songwriting and performing luminaries as Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell, Rolling Stone highlighted this amazing new fest and line-up on their website. https://www.rollingstone.com/country/news/emmylou-harris-rodney-crowell-lead-troubeliever-fest-w519853
David and his Legends Live band, along with co-headliners Richard Page (Mr. Mister/Ringo's All Starrs) and Wally Palmar (The Romantics) played a long set at the 8th Annual Grand Slam Charity Jam at the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee on March 17 2018.
Legends drummer Kenny Aronoff put together the musical entertainment, bringing in Legends Live to headline the event after a fantastic opening set from the Bo Deans (with whom Kenny also plays.)
David will appear as a special guest on Sirius XM's Beatles Channel on Feb 14 Valentines Day! Tune in from 6 to 9pm PST on Channel 18 and hear David tell some of his best Beatles stories. YEAH YEAH YEAH!
David and 5 other iconic rockers put on a spectacular 2+ hour show on the Cruise Ship Pier in Cabo San Lucas, MX, as the main musical event for the awards banquet for the 37th annual Bisbee Black and Blue charity fishing tournament.
The event helps feed thousands of disadvantaged children in the Cabo area, raising huge amounts of money for charity while also giving out huge prizes for the top fishing competitors that take part in the event for a full weekend.
David was joined by...
On Oct 27 David and his Legends Live super-group played a show at Cabo San Lucas's legendary "Cabo Wabo" club, founded and co-owned by Sammy Hagar, and raised thousands of dollars to benefit the Hope For Los Cabos charity organization.
David was joined onstage by Jim Peterik (co-founder of Ides of March, Survivor, co-writer of all .38 Special smash hits,) Dave Jenkins (lead singer Pablo Cruise,) Kelly Keagy (singer/drummer Night Ranger,) and backed by an all-star band and singers.
If there was one of David's shows not to have missed this year, it was this one! The Krug-Napa audience outdoors on a perfect early-fall Harvest Moon evening went wild dancing, singing, shouting and screaming as David brought up each of 6 legendary Classic Rock headliners, backed by a fantastic all star band for the Napa Wine Train's Rock the Rails concert series finale.
David performed on June 24 in Napa Valley at a private event for Target/NASCAR. He played for first time with Bob Seger's veteran sax player Alto Reed.
Also performing were Richard Page of Mr. Mister & Gregg Rolie of Santana - both current members of Ringo's All Starr Band - along with Hawaiian legend Willie K, and others.
Over 5,000 people packed the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on a magic night last Friday that saw David, along with fellow rock legends Gary Wright, Richard Page (former Mr Mister,) Wally Palmar (The Romantics,) and John Elefante (former Kansas,) turn in a stellar performance that had the crowd on their feet.
David presented a panel at the 2017 NAMM show on Kodaks' Analog Revolution - talking about the importance that the resurgence of Kodak film has played in cinema, and how that trend is expanding into the music sphere.
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David Pack will host a fascinating discussion on the topic, and show some innovative examples of the latest music video and film technology, including Kodak's retro-new Super 8 analog film camera that will be demonstrated.
David brought his Napa Crossroads Live multi-headliner show to the "Presidents" opening day event for The Museum of the Bible. This fantastic event at historic Willard Hotel included former Kansas lead singer John Elefante, The Romantics' Wally Palmar, and David, all doing their classic hits followed by a crowd-pleasing Beatles encore.
David's superstar band included...
Today is the official launch of Professor of Rock, and the Rock n Roll Network: the definitive visual history of popular music, song by song. It contains compelling stories behind hundreds of the most important songs/albums from the 1950's to present day, direct from the artists’ mouths.
David Partners with Kodak CEO Jeff & Suzette Clarke, Rooney Frontman Robert Schwartzman, Napa Castle, & Wine Train for St Helena Hospital Benefit In Napa Valley To Create "Magical Mystery Tour of Napa" Auction Lot
Last night David's auction lot fetched $30,000 to help St Helena Hospital and Silver Oak CEO David & Kary Duncan's new medical research dept.
David performed for all 5 services on the weekend of Oct 15 at the Cathedral of Faith church in San Jose's Silicon Valley with dear friend Pastor Ken Foreman Jr. leading a sermon based around the message of forgiveness in David's song "Secret of Movin On (Travelin' Light)"