From the ashes of Jefferson Starship, Starship to 'build this city on rock and roll' with Mickey Thomas at Golden Nugget Friday - Press of Atlantic City: Headliners

From the ashes of Jefferson Starship, Starship to 'build this city on rock and roll' with Mickey Thomas at Golden Nugget Friday

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Posted: Monday, March 24, 2014 2:30 am

WHO ARE THEY: From the ashes of Jefferson Starship and before it Jefferson Airplane, came Starship in 1984. Like its previous incarnations, Starship was able to score hit singles and albums beginning with “We Built This City,” which was a No. 1 hit in 1985. Another number one single “Sara” came on its heels while the album “Knee Deep in the Hoopla” reached No. 7 on the charts and achieved platinum sales status. In 1987 the song “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” from the Mannequin soundtrack reached the top of the charts. The album “No Protection” also featured the hit single “It’s Not Over Till It’s Over” as well as “Set the Night to Music” which ended up becoming a hit song for Roberta Flak and Maxi Priest in 1991.

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