Steel Panther Brings The Prowl to Nashville.

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On Wednesday May 8, 2024 Steel Panther was on the prowl in Nashville, Tennessee at Marathon Music Works. Although the area was under a tornado warning, fans crowded the venue for this phenomenal production. With Support from Stitched Up Heart this was set to be an incredible night for live music fans.

Steel Panther formed in 2000 out of Los Angeles, California under the name Metal Shop. This four piece band is most known for their squealing guitar riffs, animal print attire, and incredible performance. Vocalist, Michael Starr had an incredible stage presence as he interacted with fans on the front row. Most known for songs “Death to All but Metal” and “1987,” Steel Panther also played other fan favorites during their sixteen song set, including “Friends With Benefits,” “Just Like Tiger Woods,” and “Eyes of a Panther.” As the night grew on fans across the venue was in awe of the performance in front of them, Steel Panther also has crowd participation in which fans got to come on stage for a song to dance. Decked out in all the bands merch, or wearing costumes to resemble the band members, fans swayed back and forth and sang along until the last note.

With a few more dates left on this leg of the tour, including the cities of Houston, Dallas and Austin, Texas. There is time to catch Steel Panther on the prowl in the United States, before they head over to their European tour in June. Click the link below to keep up with tour announcements, and what’s new with this iconic band.

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Photos By: BrittMae

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