About Pat Benatar
The rock legend with a powerhouse voice, Pat Benatar stormed the musical scene with her Grammy Award-winning album titled “Crimes of Passion.” She has won Grammy Awards for her singles “Fire and Ice,” “Shadows of the Night” and “Love is a Battlefield,” has gold certified albums such as “Seven the Hard Way,” “Wide Awake in Dreamland” and “Crimes of Passion” to her name. Pat Betanar tickets for any fan are prized possessions.
Born Patricia Andrzejewski and raised on Long Island, Benatar by the 1970’s was a regular in New York area . She was later discovered at the club known as “Catch a Rising Star” and ultimately signed by Chrysalis Records. Soon after that, she presented herself as one of rock’s best vocalists, scoring hits with radio favorites like “Heartbreaker” and “I Need a Lover” (penned by John Mellencamp).
It was “Crimes of Passion” in 1980 that truly made her a star, and Benatar just kept churning out one memorable cut after another. There was “Treat Me Right,” “Hit Me Your Best Shot,” and “You Better Run” and the next thing you know Benatar was selling out arenas throughout the United States. She also turned into one of the most-played MTV artists, however till the late 80s had all but disappeared from radio and TV.
Benatar turned to blues and R&B for “True Love” in 1991, but it failed to make a splash. She went back to her arena rock sound for “Gravity’s Rainbow” in 1993, and has churned out countless hits collections. Since “Innamorata” in 1997 she has released just one album with new material named “Go” in 2003. It barely cracked the top 200 albums in the USA, landing at No. 187.