1980s Star Rick Springfield in Concert at California Theatre
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The last date listed for Rick Springfield was Thursday October 1, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Next to Yule logs and Santa Claus, nothing says the holidays like A Christmas Carol. The California Theatre of the Performing Arts presents this lively adaptation of Charles Dickens' beloved Christmas story. Lonely miser Ebenezer Scrooge finds a second chance to become a loving, generous, kind human being through the aid of four ghosts who visit him in turn one Christmas Eve, in the process teaching him valuable lessons. This tale of redemption and forgiveness captures the true spirit and magic of the holiday season for the whole family. Learn More
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Featured review from Christina Trudeau
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Concert was loud and upbeat. He felt comfortable enough to walk through the crowd on the seats, even though he mentioned that we were in ''the hood''! A lot of empty seats but the enthusiasm of the crowd made up for it. Nice theater,wouldn't mind going there again. Wish the bar had more snacks and beverages.
Rick Springfield is an Australian-American songwriter, musician and actor. As a musician, he is most famous for the 1981 #1 single "Jessie's Girl", which became a Grammy Award-winning landmark of 1980s pop-rock and helped establish the emerging music video age. Other notable singles include "I've Done Everything for You," which was written by Sammy Hagar, and reached #8 on Billboard.
Springfield won a Grammy in 1982 for "Best Male Rock Vocal Performance" for "Jessie's Girl". Springfield was also nominated for a second Grammy in 1982 and a third Grammy in 1983. His subsequent release in 1982, the album Success Hasn't Spoiled Me Yet, also contained a string of top 40 hits including the #2 hit "Don't Talk to Strangers" and the ballad "What Kind of Fool Am I?"