John Kay & Steppenwolf

John Kay & Steppenwolf

The legendary group will be performing at the casino June 5th and June 6th. There is no doubt that this band is going to bring all their hard rock hits, with a few surprises along the way, when they come to the casino to perform.

Collection of Hits

The history of John Kay & Steppenwolf is one that stretches back three full decades. Along the way, the band has recorded such legendary chart-toppers as “Born to Be Wild”, “Magic Carpet Ride”, “Rock Me”, “Move Over”, “The Pusher”, “Hey, Lawdy Mama”, and many others. All of these songs are unique rock and roll offerings of their own right. Taken as a whole, they create an impressive impression of this long-standing veteran act. The band still draws rave reviews for playing shows with the passion and sincerity they displayed in their formative years.

John Kay Leading the Way

Steppenwolf first appeared on the scene in 1967. John Kay is the founding member of the group, as well as the lead singer. Currently, he is the only original member of the group. The version of Steppenwolf that exists today began its story in 1980, when Kay decided to do something about the chaotic state of the group at that time. He created the group as it known now, and has never looked back.

Easy Riders

“Born to Be Wild” is perhaps the song the band is known for the best. You could come up with a pretty long list of films that have featured this hit tune throughout the years. Without question, the most famous movie associated with this hit would have to be the legendary road movie Easy Rider. Even today, the song still evokes memories of motorcycles and the open road. It is widely considered to be one of the best road trip songs of all time. Easy Rider is also famous for another Steppenwolf hit, which would be “The Pusher.”

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Location

Fallsview Casino
6380 Fallsview Blvd.
Niagara Falls