SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – If you’ve watched the national broadcast of the last few San Francisco Giants home playoff games you know that former Journey frontman Steve Perry does a darn fine lipsync of his own song ‘Don’t Stop Believin.'” While the journey tune may fire up the fans at AT&T, the Giants are hardly a one-note team. Here’s a look at Perry’s act and several of the other big name artists the Giants have turned to for musical inspiration.
Metallica night has become a favorite at 3rd and King Streets.
Huey Lewis has been known to show up with and without any “News”
Tony Bennett took some flack for his singing of ‘God Bless America’ earlier this month. But there is really only one song Giants fans need to hear each time they show up to the ballpark (‘I left My Heart’ plays after every win by the Orange and Black).
Deadheads trace their Giants allegiance back to the Candlestick era. They’ve even been known to team up with 3rd base coach Tim Flannery for a jam session.
Sammy Hagar and Joe Satriani played as members of the San Francisco Giants put on their first ever World Series rings in 2011.
Lil Wayne pulls off orange & black about as well as anyone to ever grab the mic at AT&T. As for the song…
[mlbvideo id=”25440753″ width=”400″ height=”224″ /]