Kip brought an A+ performance to fans in the Motor City, sharing memories, and even a microphone!

It was the year 1988 when the song “Seventeen” by Winger blasted its way through millions of Kraco car stereos. That same year, their debut video was released on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball. Now fast forward that cassette tape to May 13, 2016. The era of the MP3 has arrived and so has Kip Winger at the Diesel Concert Lounge in Chesterfield, Michigan, north of Detroit.

Kip took to the stage bringing with him over two decades of hits and an incredibly full-sounding acoustical performance. Droves of fans lined the stage, singing along with hits of the 80s and 90s. Kip interacting with his fans, and occasionally taking a comedic poke at the 80s, he delivered the Winger all expected, and then some. At one point during the show, he even had a fan join him onstage to help sing.

Kip tapped all of the major Winger releases, including timeless classics “Miles Away,” “Can’t Get Enuff,” “Madalaine,” “Easy Come Easy Go,” and of course, “Seventeen.” Check out the Kip Winger acoustic link below.

And just in case, you weren’t aware, Kip Winger: AKA C.F. Kip Winger is an accomplished and educated, classical music composer. His latest album entitled Conversations with Nijinsky, Ghosts, A Parting Grace, is due to be released May 27, 2016. For more details on pre-order, and to catch a behind the scenes glimpse the details, visit their website.

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