Billy Idol’s upcoming concert movie is looking dam good! In a teaser video for the film, the rock icon and SiriusXM host is seen singing “Cradle of Love” with his band at the Hoover Dam – becoming the first-ever artist to perform at the National Landmark in Nevada (watch the video below).
Billy’s concert, which took place just 10 days ago (April 8), featured his classics, such as “Dancing with Myself,” “Eyes Without a Face,” “Rebel Yell,” and “White Wedding,” Consequence reports. In the teaser, the performance overlooks the Hoover Dam Bypass, the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, and the Mike O’Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge.
Furthermore, the concert included special guest appearances from Alison Mosshart (The Kills, The Dead Weather), Steve Jones (Sex Pistols), and Tony Kanal (No Doubt).
The movie is being produced by Lastman Media and is set to drop this year, with further details “to come soon,” according to a press release.
Plus, need more Billy in your life? Listen to his exclusive SiriusXM show, Billy Idol’s Live Transmission on 1st Wave (Ch. 33), anytime on the SXM App. During the show, he recalls ’80s memories, plays music he loves, and explores tracks you may have missed!
First Look: Billy Idol Live at Hoover Dam – Cradle of Love
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