10 Songs We Want Starship To Perform at Kennewick’s Benton Franklin Fair and Rodeo
Starship Is Set To Perform At The Benton Franklin Fair And Rodeo On August 26th
10 Songs From The Starship That'll Take You Back In Time
Mickey Thomas joined the band in 1979 and commercial success followed with rockers like Jane and Stranger.
Starship Features Lead Singer Mickey Thomas Who's Had Several #1 Hits
The group was renamed STARSHIP in 1985 and went on to record three #1 hit songs including "We Built This City", "Sara", and "Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now", from the film Mannequin which also was an Academy Award nominee. Their hit “It’s Not Over Til It’s Over” became Major League Baseball’s theme in 1987.
I'm excited about the show, here are 10 tracks we want to see the band perform at their upcoming show at the Benton Franklin Fair and Rodeo.
Wild Again from the "Cocktail" Motion Picture Soundtrack
Jane Hit #13 On The Hot Billboard Chart In 1979
No Way Out Was Featured On The 1984 LP "Nuclear Furniture"
Fooled Around And Fell In Love Was A #1 Hit That Mickey Sang With Elvin Bishop
White Rabbit Was A Jefferson Airplane 60's Classic From An Earlier Incarnation
Somebody To Love Was Another Staple Smash From The 60's From Jefferson Airplane
Find Your Way Back Stormed Up The Rock Charts To #3 In 1981
Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now Is The #1 Smash From The Movie "Mannequin"
Sara Is Their #1 Smash From The 1985 Comeback Album "Knee Deep In The Hoopla"
We Built This City Is The 80's Pop Crown Jewel That Gave Starship Their First #1
Talk about a lot of great songs.
If you like the hits, you'll hear them for sure as the Starship headlines a great night of music that'll start with one of our local Tri-Cities favorites Fastlane. You can get more details about the show here.