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Tesla add second show at House of Blues Orlando due to overwhelming demand

Legendary hard rock band TESLA are getting ready to rock the country on their 2023 Time To Rock Tour.

At the beginning of January, Tesla announced a bunch of shows including a Vegas Residency, and a stop at The House Of Blues Orlando on May 5, and now due to huge demand they have announced an extra date here at The House Of Blues on May 6.

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Tesla’s legacy is alive and well as they continue to record and sell out venues all over the world. Kickstarting in Sacramento, California, in 1984, Tesla made a name for themselves with a blizzard of industry showcase gigs before scoring a record deal with Geffen.

Their 1986 debut album, “Mechanical Resonance,” would eventually go platinum, sit comfortably in the Top 40 and produce hard rock hits like “Modern Cowboy” and “Little Suzi.” “The Great Radio Controversy” in 1989 brought in a new legion of fans, thanks to singles like “Heaven’s Trail (No Way Out)” and “Love Song.”

This helped push the album into the Top 20 and double-platinum sales figures and allowed the band to earn full headlining status.

In 1990, Tesla helped reshape the face of modern hard rock music by stripping down to the “Five Man Acoustical Jam,” a loose, informal collection of their biggest hits peppered with rock ‘n’ roll classics by the Beatles, Rolling Stones and others.

The project inspired other major bands to perform similar acoustic storytelling shows. It also produced their biggest hit single, a cover of Five Man Electrical Band’s “Signs.”

Today, Tesla continues to release new original music, live sets and more.

The year 2020 marked the 30th anniversary of “Five Man Acoustical Jam,” which allowed the band to heavily feature tracks on tour.

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