The first act I actually got to see was the last band to perform right before the queen and her band would rock the fucking house, and it was Flames of Fury. They are a New York City female-fronted, old-school metal group. I actually saw them last year, when they opened up for Doro and Sister Sin at B.B. Kings. They are a really kick ass band, with a lively and beautiful front-woman in the sexy form for of Angelica Vargas. The really embody what heavy metal music is, and their love for this type of music is really evident and true from their hearts. They put on a great show and were an awesome warm-up for Doro.
At this show, it being an anniversary celebration, the band played for two hours plus!! They played many classics from both her Warlock era material and her solo stuff, like "True as Steel, "Fight for Rock", "Unholy Love", "Fur Immer", as well as modern rockers like the blistering "Revenge". As a celebration for all these years rocking us hard, many other musicians joined her onstage, including Bobby Blitz of Overkill. She also played two kick ass covers, her AMAZING version of Judas Priest's "Breaking the Law" and Dio's "Egypt (The Chains Are On)", with she dedicated to the late/ great Ronnie James Dio and closed off this killer show off with. I had an amazing time, as one would have at a Doro show. But, most of all I was happy to be at this very special show. Here is to 30 more years of great music from our metal queen!! All hail, Doro Pesch!!
Bobby Blitz of fucking Overkill!!!!!
Drum solo time!
Guests galore join the queen to play a kick rendition of the Warlock classic "All We Are".