By Marissa G. Muller
The three groups, who’ve all become synonymous with the era, are have teamed up on a sprawling string of dates starting in Atlanta on Aug. 29. From there, the group will be hitting cities along the coast before making their way to the Midwest and ending Sept. 23 in Oklahoma City.
Rick Springfield will be drawing from his deep discography of hits and will likely promote his last album Songs for the End of the World. Likewise Loverboy has a recent full-length to draw from, lat year’s Unfinished Business. Meanwhile the Romantics, who haven’t released an album since 2003’s 61/49, will probably stick with the classics.