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Saturday, February 26 at 8:00 PM EST

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Ticket Prices

Pit $207.00

Upgrade to the Lost In Love VIP Experience: $219.00

  • One premium reserved seat in the first 12 rows (excludes pit) to see Air Supply live in concert
  • Invitation to soundcheck, with Meet & Greet to follow for photo opportunities with Air Supply
  • Exclusively VIP Swag Bag includes:
    • One Kodak archival metallic signed 8×10 photo
    • One lapel pin
    • One merchandise gift
    • One commemorative VIP laminate and lanyard

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Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock met on May 12, 1975, on the first day of rehearsals for the Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar in Sydney. They became instant friends who shared much in common, including their love of The Beatles whom they’d both seen in 1964 in England and Australia respectively.

After the evening performance of Jesus Christ Superstar, they would play in Coffee Bars, Pizza Parlors, and anywhere they could to hone their vocal skills and harmonies. Graham wrote constantly and, with the help of Superstar Pianist Frank Esler Smith, they recorded a few songs on cassette, one of which was “Love and Other Bruises.” After taking these demos to all the major record companies and being rejected by all of them but one — CBS Records — they signed a recording deal.

The album was recorded and mixed in a week and “Love and Other Bruises” was released as the first single and immediately shot to the top of the charts. The name of the group came from a dream Graham had — he saw a billboard with flashing lights all around it and the words “AIR SUPPLY’ in the center.

The production of Jesus Christ Superstar ended in October 1976 and after only a couple of months, they were invited to open for Rod Stewart in Australia and consequently Rod’s North American tour in 1977. Fifty shows in Canada and the United States in all the biggest venues, including Madison Square Garden in New York and The “Fabulous” Forum in Los Angeles.

Presuming they would be the conquering heroes when they returned home, they were bitterly disappointed to find they had basically been forgotten. After several months of disappointment, Graham wrote several songs, including “Lost in Love” and “All Out of Love.”

“Lost in Love” was released in Australia in 1978 and again soared to the top of the charts. It found its way to Clive Davis, founder, and president of Arista Records, who immediately offered Air Supply a record deal. The song was released in 1980 and became the fastest-selling in the world, topping the charts in a multitude of countries. “All Out of Love” was the second single released and topped the worldwide charts once again.

Seven consecutive Top-Five singles at that time equaled The Beatles’ run. The albums Lost in LoveThe One That You Love, Now and Forever, and The Greatest Hits sold in excess of 20 million copies. “Lost in Love” was named song of the year in 1980 and along with the other singles, sold more than 10 million copies.

The trademark sound of Russell Hitchcock’s soaring tenor voice and Graham Russell’s simple but majestic compositions created a unique sound that would be forever known as Air Supply.

On May 12th, 2020, the band celebrated 45 years… the rest is music history.


Featuring Opening Act: John Walsh

The music of John A. Walsh has echoed through the Mid-Ohio Valley for decades.  Raised in Marietta, Ohio, John is an avid performing singer/songwriter/musician who has been one of the architects and advocates of the live music and arts scene in the MOV.  The Peoples Bank Theatre, The Adelphia Music Hall, The West Virginia Music Hall of Fame, and The Adelphia Summer Concert Series are just a few of the projects John has been deeply involved in bringing to life for the community.

John’s original music can best be described as Americana/Acoustic-Rock, which has been extensively recorded and performed on stages all over the country.  He has shared the stage with such luminaries as Jason Isbell, Tim O’Brien, Larkin Poe, Dennis DeYoung, Lucy Kaplansky, Todd Burge, and Amanda Shires.  

John’s best known work is The Fields of Gettysburg, a song cycle recorded in 2013, to coincide with the sesquicentennial anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.  John’s all original song cycle brought real historical characters to life, enabling the listener to get to know people of the day on a personal level.  The record, co-produced by Parkersburg singer/songwriter, Todd Burge, brought together an impressive ensemble of musicians, including Mountain Stage’s Larry Groce and Michael Lipton, two-time Grammy winner Tim O’Brien, Jessica Baldwin, Colton Pack and Justin Arthur.  Met with wide critical acclaim, The Fields of Gettysburg was featured on NPR’s Mountain Stage and at The Gettysburg National Park’s Museum Gift Store.  The album is currently available at Tamarack’s “The Best of West Virginia.”




Plus a Piano Performance by Michael Tobar in the upstairs Marquee Lounge from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.


Enjoy all of our upcoming performances on our new Byrider Stage!