Grammy-nominated Stray Cats' co-founder and bass player Lee Rocker will bring his signature rockabilly sound to Surprise this month.
Rocker made his mark singing, playing, standing on, and spinning his giant upright bass as a founding member of the Grammy-nominated Stray Cats. Known for hits like "Rock This Town," "Stray Cat Strut" and "Sexy and Seventeen," Rocker will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28 at The Vista Center for the Arts, 15660 N. Parkview Place.
The Stray Cats sold more than 10 million albums, garnered 23 gold and platinum-certified records, and were among the early music-video pioneers of MTV. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has included "Rock this Town" as one of the “500 Most-Important songs in Rock history.”
With the Stray Cats, Rocker has appeared on the cover of “Rolling Stone” magazine, was a musical guest on “Saturday Night Live,” and has toured with the Rolling Stones.
In addition to his career with The Stray Cats, he has recorded and performed with the likes of George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Willie Nelson, Leon Russell, John Fogerty, and Carl Perkins.
Tickets for the Jan. 28 show in Surprise are available at Tickets are available by clicking here.