If ever there were a band that offered something to everyone who grew up on '80s rock or even vaguely remembers the time, it would be Hairball. The show is filled with humor, nostalgia, and tongue-in-cheek ribbing at the entire decade. In the most general of terms, Hairball is a cover band, playing music from the likes of Bon Jovi, Poison and Queen. But if you take a closer look at the group's performance, you'll see that it's almost more of a tribute. A tribute to the sound, and look, that made the '80s stand out.
While Hairball's musical performance is dead-on accurate, it's the theatrics and costumes that really make the show. Clad in leather, spandex, and hair Aqua Netted to the sky, bass guitarist Sleazy, drummer Colt Python and guitarist Happy look like they've been teleported in directly from 1985. The true show comes in the form of the group's two singers Bobnoxious and Chris Vox. Throughout the course of a Hairball show, one will see Chris and Bobnoxious run on and off stage, alternating songs, dressed in the garb of whatever lead singer they happen to be imitating.