Mike Peters (seen here) will perform at the Coach House on Sunday night, April 13.
Anyone familiar with modern alternative rock knows the Alarm, a group formed in Rhyl, Wales in 1981. Like Ireland's U2 and America's own The Call, the Alarm wrote and performed anthems that soared while also offering up political spiritual messages.
The band scored a number of top 40 hits and top-selling albums during the decade. The group's full-length debut, 1983's "Declaration," yielded the stellar track "Sixty-Eight Guns." Other radio staples followed, including "Where Were You Hiding When the Storm Broke," Spirit of '76," "Absolute Reality," "Strength" and "Rain in the Summertime."
Now, Alarm frontman Mike Peters is on a short solo tour that includes a stop at the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano on Sunday night, April 13, 2008. He will likely include acoustic versions of Alarm classics, as well as solo material from releases such as "Feel Free" and "Rise."
Orange County's own Beyond 7 and area singer-songwriter Tim Moyer will also open for Peters.
For more information, visit http://www.thecoachhouse.com/ or call the venue at (949) 496-8930.