Camp Freddy rocks Curtis Hixon Park with surprise guests Mark McGrath, Robin Zander and Juliette Lewis
Early this morning, Billy Morrison, the guitarist and mastermind of rock supergroup Camp Freddy, tweeted that photo of himself with actress-turned-singer Juliette Lewis. It's proof of the star turnout at Camp Freddy's private concert Tuesday night for the California GOP delegation, which took place in a 30,000-square-foot tent at Tampa's Curtis Hixon Park.
Lewis, Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath and Cheap Trick's Robin Zander were among the surprise guests at the concert. Camp Freddy's schtick is cover songs, and each artist did a handful: McGrath did Kiss' Rock and Roll All Nite and Ted Nugent's Cat Scratch Fever; Lewis did Van Halen's Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love and Zander did the Who's My Generation and Free's All Right Now. They also threw the fans a bone with McGrath performing Fly and Zander singing Cheap Trick's Surrender.
Click here for our story about the concert and party. And, bonus: You know that super-secret, super-lavish party at downtown Tampa's historic Kress building? The Warehouse Party? Yeah, we crashed that. Click here for our report.