|Pat Benatar with Pam & Pat of HeartBreaker
at The Wiltern Theater in LA
|Pat Benatar - Precious Time 1980|
|Pat Benatar - In Concert Then|
|Pat Benatar - In Concert 2003|
|HeartBreaker In Arizona 2003|
|Video Clip-HeartBreaker In Arizona
Tempe Music Festival 2003
60 Bands 2 Days! 7000 people!
|Arizona A Tribute to the Troops! May 2003|
|Doug Peeks through the drums at sound check in Atsugi Japan, October 2002...Oh no! "Peking Doug"|
|HeartBreaker in Japan, October 2002|
|Breakfast in Sasebo Japan - October 2002...Croissants! Sort of...|
|A local snaps our picture in front of The Hard Rock Cafe'
Tokyo Japan - October 2002
|Sound Check in Yokosuka Japan - October 2002|
|Gearing up for the show - Atsugi Japan - October 2002|
|Hanging with the locals Rupongi Japan - October 2002|
|Sushi Anyone? Yum! Tokyo Japan - October 2002|
|Payback! Jeff wins an arm wrestling match with one of the locals!
Rupongi Japan October 2002
|Our Soundman and Jeff Thornton the "Lonewolf"
Yokosuka Japan October 2002
|Doug checkin' out the sound.|
|Doug, Reading the Japan Times Before Breakfast in Sasebo|
|Roger Capps dancing with Pam to see if she's the "same height as Pat!"
Roger was the original bass player for the Pat Benatar Band (see "Pat Benatar - In Concert Then" picture below...Roger's in the background). He recorded the first five albums and co-penned "Hell Is For Children," one of Pat's biggest hits!
Roger sat in with HeartBreaker for 3 songs, July 25, 2003 at B.B. Kings on the Universal City Walk! What a treat and an honor to be acknowledged by an original band member! Thank you Roger! We hope to do it again soon!
(The happy guy in the background is Phil, one of Pat's guitar students, thumbs up!)
|On a site seeing tour, Jeff finds he bears an uncanny resemblence to this Buddah statue and decides to stop for a moment of prayer...I knew there was a reason we came to Japan!|
|John realizes he brings the wrong sound patches and has to reprogram everything in less than an hour! Oh no! But alas! He comes through!|
|Neil T. Giraldo "Spider," Pat Benatar's husband and producer with Pat & Pam of HeartBreaker.
We gave Neil a video of HeartBreaker from the Tempe Music Festival, hope he likes it!