FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2015 file photo, Alice Cooper, left, performs at Wembley Arena in London. Many of the rock ’n’ roll bands that were huge in 1977 will comprise a big part of the summer concert market 40 years later. Concert industry executives say nostalgia acts are still reliable sellers, with satellite and classic rock radio keeping their hits alive.
FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2015 file photo, Alice Cooper, left, performs at Wembley Arena in London. Many of the rock ’n’ roll bands that were huge in 1977 will comprise a big part of the summer concert market 40 years later. Concert industry executives say nostalgia acts are still reliable sellers, with satellite and classic rock radio keeping their hits alive. Joel Ryan Joel Ryan/Invision/AP
FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2015 file photo, Alice Cooper, left, performs at Wembley Arena in London. Many of the rock ’n’ roll bands that were huge in 1977 will comprise a big part of the summer concert market 40 years later. Concert industry executives say nostalgia acts are still reliable sellers, with satellite and classic rock radio keeping their hits alive. Joel Ryan Joel Ryan/Invision/AP

Feels like the 1st time: many ’77 rock kings still touring

May 16, 2017 3:51 PM