The voice behind Survivor’s iconic 80s anthem Eye Of The Tiger leads the charge at HRH AOR VII after the first raft of acts were confirmed for 2019’s main event.
Dave Bickler fronted four Survivor long players from 1979 to 1983 and briefly rejoined the band in 2013 when he shared vocal duties with the late Jimi Jamison.
The legendary frontman joins two of the biggest rock bands on the planet with UFO and Tyketto lined-up for an HRH return.
And with Saturday’s headliner still to come it already looks like being another vintage festival from the team behind Hard Rock Hell, Hammerfest, HRH Prog and more.
UFO celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2019 and where better to start the celebrations than at Camp HRH?
Frontman Phil Mogg and drummer Andy Parker remain from the band’s 1969 line-up and the pair are promising a hit-laden party on AOR Friday.
Tyketto are widely regarded as the HRH ‘house band’ following a string of high octane, no-holds-barred performance in Pwllheli.
And with more than three decades of touring experience under their belts expect a melodic rock masterclass in front of a packed main arena crowd.
But as far as HRH AOR VII is concerned the big names just keep on coming.
Electric Boys – forced to miss AOR VI – are back on the bill alongside Welsh wizards Tigertailz, Pretty Boy Floyd and Mitch Malloy.
The Radio Sun return to the scene of their greatest triumphs ready to roll out another raft of chorus-driven anthems culled from their brand new album – out later this year.
And there are hotly anticipated returns for HRH regulars Romeo’s Daughter, Vega and Kane’d.
HRH AOR VII runs from March 14-17 but only 11 rooms remain for the melodic rock event of the year. Try and grab yours by booking online at online at www.hrhaor.com or ring the booking office on 0207 193 1164.
With more acts yet to be announced – including HRH AOR VII’s Saturday night headliner – the current line-up looks like this:
Dave Bickler (Ex Survivor)
The Electric Boys
Pretty Boy Floyd
The Radio Sun
Saints of Sin
New Generation Superstars
Captain Black Beard
The Wicked Jackals
Kiss the Gun