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It’s been more than 25 years since Rick Springfield last had any chart success, but he’s still a working-class dog and is back on the tour circuit.
The Australian pop-rocker will play Club Regent Casino on March 2 and 3 with tickets on sale now for $78.75 and $89.25 at Ticketmaster.
Springfield got his start as a musician in Australia in the late 1960s before moving to America and releasing a few albums in the 1970s. His career picked up when he was cast as Dr. Noah Drake in General Hospital in 1981 and released the album Working Class Dog, which spawned the Grammy-winning No. 1 single Jesse’s Girl.
He stepped away from the music industry for more than a decade, but has been releasing albums steadily since 1999, with 2009’s children’s album, My Precious Little One, his latest disc.