Night Ranger

Night Ranger is an American rock band formed in San Francisco, California in the early 80's. A band that epitomized the mega-selling, big hair, soft metal sound, Night Ranger took a break at the end of that decade but reunited in 1996 and they continue to perform in various guises. Night Ranger had a string of best-selling albums with sales of more than 16 million copies fuelled by multiple hit singles—particularly their first hit, "Sister Christian".
The band started when Jack Blades (bass/lead vocals), Jeff Watson (guitarist/singer), Brad Gillis (guitarist/singer), and Kelly Keagy(drummer/lead singer) joined forces in San Francisco in the early ‘80s with keyboardist Alan Fitzgerald (Sammy Hagar, Montrose) to launch Night Ranger. The group drew the attention of legendary promoter Bill Graham and was soon appearing in concert with major artists such as the Doobie Brothers, Santana, Rick Springfield, and Judas Priest.

Current Line-Up:
Brad Gillis: Guitar, Vocals
Jack Blades: Bass, Lead Vocals
Kelly Keagy: Drums, Lead Vocals
Keri Kelli: Guitar
Eric Levy: Keyboards

Michael Lardie: Keyboards, Vocals

Former Members:
Alan Fitzgerald: Keyboards
Jeff Watson: Guitar, Vocals