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This live recording features Neil Giraldo as co-headliner, but it's Pat Benatar who unquestionably steals the show, running through a set list featuring some of her finest moments ("We Belong," "Love Is a Battlefield," "Heartbreaker," and "Hit Me With Your Best Shot"), a few new tunes, and some performed in an acoustic setting. Benatar hasn't lost a step and her voice can still hit those notes and wail those longs passages in her easily identifiable and distinctive voice. Though other hits from her career could have been used in place of the newer material (where's "Shadows of the Night"?), this is still a fun little live album from one of the best arena rock vocalists of the '80s.


Born: 29 December 1955 in Cleveland, Ohio

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Pat Benatar's guitarist (and husband), Neil Giraldo, proved to be one of the finest yet underrated guitarists of the early-'80s arena rock/MTV generation. Born on December 29, 1955, and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Giraldo picked up the guitar at the age of seven (at the insistence of his father). Influenced early on by such groups as the Yardbirds, Giraldo had begun playing in bar bands by the age of 15, a few of which issued obscure regional singles. By the mid-'70s, Giraldo was playing bass in a...
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