Synopsis by Sarah Ing
Firehouse debuted in 1990 as a popular heavy metal band. Their eponymously titled first album went double platinum thanks to three top-ten hits. In 1991, the band premiered Rock on the Road featuring songs from a live performance in Kawasaki, Japan. The release also includes behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the band. A video for "Love of a Lifetime" wraps up the presentation. At the time, Firehouse was at the top of the heap, having won Best New Hard Rock Band at the American Music Awards. Their singles "Shake and Tumble" and "Don't Treat Me Bad" are partly responsible for their success.
concert, heavy-metal-music, Japan, songs, music, performer