Steel Panther Brings the Glam Rock Extravaganza to Toronto’s History!

Toronto’s History Concert Hall was taken on a wild journey through the decadent and outrageous world of glam rock as Steel Panther graced the stage in all their neon-spandex and leather-clad glory. The atmosphere was electrifying, and the fans, who themselves were dressed in wigs and glam attire, were ready for a night of pure rock ‘n’ roll indulgence.

The band, consisting of the charismatic Michael Starr on vocals, the virtuoso Satchel on guitar, the thunderous Stix Zadinia on drums, and the newcomer bassist ‘Spyder,’ who seamlessly replaced Lexxi Foxx, wasted no time in setting the tone for the evening. Michael Starr, with his signature larger-than-life persona, took a moment to thank the fans who had supported them on America’s Got Talent, even if the reality show victory wasn’t in the cards for them. “The battle rages on like a bad case of herpes,” he declared, “and we will never stop flying the banner of heavy metal!”

The crowd roared with approval as Steel Panther invited an Asian fan onstage and playfully launched into “Asian Hooker.” The energy was contagious, and the audience was treated to an electrifying guitar solo by Satchel, who worked his way to the front of the stage, effortlessly shredding his way into the hearts of the fans.

In true Steel Panther fashion, they brought a lucky woman named Monica from Mexico onstage for an impromptu song. Each band member took turns contributing to this improvised serenade for Monica, who sat center stage, basking in the rock ‘n’ roll spotlight.

As if that wasn’t enough, it was time to bring some lucky female fans onstage as Steel Panther launched into “Community Property.” The stage was soon crowded with enthusiastic female fans who danced and sang along to every word. It was a moment of pure rock ‘n’ roll unity as the band and fans came together in a spectacle of glam rock excess. It was a party like no other, reminiscent of their classic hit “17 Girls in a Row.”

The setlist for the night was a rollercoaster of hits and debauchery, including classics like “Eyes of a Panther,” “Let Me Cum In,” “The Burden of Being Wonderful,” and “Death to All but Metal.” The band also threw in fan favorites like “1987” and “Ain’t Dead Yet” to keep the energy levels soaring.

The night ended with the anthemic “Party All Day (Fuck All Night)”, and closing the show with the provocative and unforgettable “Gloryhole.”

Steel Panther’s concert at Toronto’s History was a glam rock spectacle for the ages, filled with humor, audience interaction, and, most importantly, a celebration of the unapologetic spirit of rock ‘n’ roll. As the fans left the venue, they did so with smiles on their faces, knowing that they had witnessed a night of pure entertainment that only Steel Panther could deliver.

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Steel Panther Setlist History, Toronto, ON, Canada 2023, On The Prowl

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