written by Rod Stewart,
Duane Hitchings, Rowland Robinson
Filmed at the Whiskey a--Go-Go
for 80's I want my MTV week
Performed by Atlantic Crossing
Special Guest performer
Steve Zukowsky on Guitar
and Katja Rieckermann
Atlantic Crossing in Concert
A sellout crowd at Mission San Juan Capistrano took a trip through a chapter in rock history Saturday evening as tribute band Atlantic Crossing played classics from British legend Rod Stewart.
The show was part of the mission’s annual Music Under the Stars concert series.
August 18, 2013
About Atlantic Crossing
Rg Stewart as Lead singer and band leader is touted as the quintessential tribute to Rod Stewart. With looks that elicit double takes wherever he goes and to hear him sing you’d think you were listening to a record. He also has the charm and moves of Rod that delights audiences everywhere.
Atlantic Crossing is comprised of top touring musicians and all the instrumentation is performed totally live.Together A/C brings to life a Vegas quality show. Touring now since 2010 A/C has 5 hours of material including all eras of Rod Stewart’s career from the Jeff Beck Group to the present . They have presented their act at outdoor concerts in the park, casinos, corporate events and private parties for Hollywood luminaries. A/C is also endorsed by Phil Chen bass player extraordinaire and member of the original Rod Stewart band.
Rod Stewart’s catalog includes five decades of hits. All of them timeless and appealing to all ages. With music styling of all genres; rock, blues, disco,pop, reggae etc. a show can be fashioned to fit the theme of any event.
Fun fact, Rod Stewart holds the record for the largest concert attendance of all time, and the most played artist
on MTV's first day of broadcasting.
Choosing Atlantic Crossing for your event is the right choice for a rockin’ good time. Cheers!
"Atlantic Crossing is the premier Rod Stewart tribute"
Henry DiCarlo KTLA channel 5 News
Alexander Roberts, who leads the tribute band Atlantic Crossing and does what may be the greatest Rod Stewart impression this side of Rod himself."