Pat Benatar

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Rock legends Pat Benatar, Neil Giraldo plan St. Augustine show

Pat Benatar and her husband Neil Giraldo are visiting St. Augustine. After a year of postponed concerts, the rock legends will perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021, with special guest John Waite at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340C A1A South. Tickets for the show go on sale at...
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Pat Benatar Is Coming To Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom This Year

With no concerts for well over a year now, we are chomping at the bit to feel the power and excitement of a live show again. This is some very encouraging news. Our optimistic friends at Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom surprised us this week with announcement of The Roaring 2020s series.
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Pat Benatar Then and Now: 40 Years of Her Rocking Life from 1980 to 2021

There was no question that Patricia Mae Andrzejewski was going to pursue her dream of a life in music. Well, after four Grammy Awards, a dozen albums, nearly four times as many singles, and decades of touring, one would have to say that Patricia — more popularly known as Pat Benatar — had fulfilled that dream and then some.
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Blimp Time Hop: Pat Benatar At The Civic Center In 1986

35 years ago today, Pat Benatar returned to rock the Civic Center in Portland for the second time. Her first appearance here was four years earlier in November 1982 on tour in support of the just released, Get Nervous album. That show was a sellout. However, when she came back...

Today We Celebrate Pat Benatar

Pop-rock god Pat Benatar celebrated her 68th birthday on Sunday, and it’s just the excuse I needed to look through old photos and Google her videos. She has a huge number of hits, but as a kid the first one I heard were “Love Is A Battlefield.” Somehow, the video never imprinted on me. From the lyrics I would expect it to be about the twists and turns of young love, but apparently not:
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Famous birthdays for Jan. 10: Pat Benatar, Rod Stewart

Jan. 10 (UPI) -- Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn. -- Musician Ronnie Hawkins in 1935 (age 86) -- Olympic decathlon champion Bill Toomey in 1939 (age 82) -- Singer Jim Croce in 1943. -- Singer Frank Sinatra Jr. in 1944. -- Singer/songwriter Rod Stewart...