If you were to tell the Journey of the early '80s that their 21st century relevance would hinge on the success of a network television show about a high school glee club, they'd have called you a "queer," done a rail, and boned a Pointer Sister. But that's exactly the way it's played out—and by played, we mean "overplayed." As for Journey's contemporaries, some won't stop believin' they're still the biggest band in the world, even when they owe their present-day viability to casino deregulation (see: Loverboy). Pat Benatar, however, is, was, and always will be a goddess. MIKE SEELY

Sat., July 28, 7 p.m., 2012

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