Lou Gramm - live '85 at The Summit, Houston, TX, USA

10th November 1985 tour "Agent Provocateur"
Concerts, especially rock concerts, were a staple at the Summit. The Who, Led Zeppelin, Queen and Aerosmith had their shows heavily bootlegged. Journey recorded a live cd/dvd here in 1981 entitled Live in Houston 1981: the escape tour. All the music stopped on the night of November 22, 2003. Appropriately, that "lil ol band from Texas" ZZ Top played the last concert at the Summit.

Concerts, especially rock concerts, were a staple at the Summit. The Who, Led Zeppelin, Queen and Aerosmith had their shows heavily bootlegged. Journey recorded a live cd/dvd here in 1981 entitled Live in Houston 1981: the escape tour. All the music stopped on the night of November 22, 2003. Appropriately, that "lil ol band from Texas" ZZ Top played the last concert at the Summit.

The Summit - Opened in 1975 and closed in 2003. Original name was the Houston Summit 1975 - 1998. Name changed to Compaq Center 1998 - 2003.

The Summit - Opened in 1975 and closed in 2003. Original name was the Houston Summit 1975 - 1998. Name changed to Compaq Center 1998 - 2003.

Foreigner  Lou Graham Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner Lou Graham Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner  Lou Graham Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner Lou Graham Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner Lou Graham Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner Lou Graham Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner. Lou Gramm Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner. Lou Gramm Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner, Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner, Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner, Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

Foreigner, Nov 10, 1985, The Summit

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