Pat Benatar was born on January 10, 1953 as Patricia Mae Andrzejewski. She’s won four Grammy Awards for Best Rock Vocal Performance (Female) and one of music’s top-selling female artists. She was also the first female artist on MTV.
She’s had 11 studio albums released and nine live albums released. “Heartbreaker” was her first hit, released in December of 1979. In 1980, she released her most popular LP “Crimes of Passion” which features her signature song “Hit Me with Your Best Shot” which was her first single to hit the Top 10 list. In 2009, she teamed up with Blondie for the “Call Me Invincible” tour.
Summary by Jan Piper Rick Springfield will be taking a break from his own tour this summer to hop on, and co-headline, a tour with Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo. The tour will kick off June 29th in Raleigh, North Carolina, but it will continue through the end of... Read more
Female rock trailblazers Blondie and Pat Benatar have cemented their summer touring plans with a batch of new dates. The Call Me Invincible Tour encompasses 18 concerts over a period of five weeks. As TicketNews previously reported, the late summer affair launches July 21 at The Mountain Winery in... Read more
Rock veterans Blondie and Pat Benatar are teaming up for a brief tour of the U.S. this summer. Though the full parameters of the tour have not been revealed yet, a dozen dates have been confirmed for the outing at this point. As it stands now, the itinerary opens... Read more
Today’s recap includes concert and tour announcements, venue information and more, as compiled by TicketNews on January 19, 2009. Indie-pop phenomenon The Ting Tings will tour North America this spring for a 23-city block of concerts. The UK-based duo, which released the debut “We Started Nothing” in May 2008,... Read more