Hall & Oates And Tears For Fears In Concert
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Whenever we play Detroit, we know it's gonna be good.  Never a doubt."

That was from Hall and Oates after their 3 hour show Sunday with Train at Little Caesars Arena.  The group preformed one big hit after another and fans were singing along to every song with the band.

Train took the stage just after 7:30 and sang all their hits plus more for an hour.  The band even did Led Zeppelin's 'Heartbreaker' and those in attendance said it did not disappoint.  The bands lead singer said he would like to dedicate that song to "all of you, because Detroit is where rock music started , right?".

When Hall and Oates took the stage they jumped right in by singing 'Maneater', 'Out of touch', 'Say it isn't so'.  The crowd went nuts.  John told the crowd that they were thrilled to be in the Motor City, its fantastic.  Daryl Hall told the crowd he felt like they were kindred spirits, he came up in Philadelphia and Detroit and Philly are part of the same family.

If you missed that show, you have another shot at seeing those two bands.   July 15th they will be back in Michigan at Van Andel  Arena in Grand Rapids.  Make sure you download our free app, and keep listening for your chance to win tickets to the Grand Rapids show.


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