Mike Tramp, the original singer for White Lion, stepped away from the band to pursue his own career in 1995, and began a decades-long career. After twelve solo albums under his belt, he's decided to get back to his roots by doing a tour of just the songs of White Lion.

“It really just meant that I knew who I wanted to be and sound like when I recorded my first solo album twenty-two years ago. I just wanted to be me, and I am damn proud I stuck to my guns. White Lion was a chapter and a journey I was on; it was a one-way ticket with no return," he said.

Tramp is touring alongside trusted guitarist Marcus Nand, who will bring the loved songs of White Lion to the fans.

It's your only chance to see the band with the original vocals and your favorite songs, like When The Children Cry, You're All I Need and Little Fighter. 

This show will be at the Rust Belt on Wednesday, September 4th. Doors open at 6pm, and the show kicks off with Quad City favorite Big Hair Mafia.

Tickets are on sale through the Rust Belt, or you can try and win some below.

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