80's Word of the Day
No Duh
“duh” had been used to express bewilderment or ignorance since the 70’s, but adding “no” to the front created a sarcastic expression that points out the obvious. Replying ‘no duh’ to a statement made my another showed that you were way ahead of them when it came to putting things together.
ie: “Sheena Easton is wicked hot!” “No duh, man.”



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We are single-handedly keeping the 80s alive and fun!
If you like 80s music, then you'll LOVE Retro@ctive!

While other tribute bands emulate one particular artist or band, we bring back the sights, sound and memories of that decade when MTV actually played music videos. The 1980s! We dress the part and encourage our audiences to do the same. We play the iconic songs that people recognize, love and sing along with.

Anybody can learn to play some songs and call themselves a band but we are entertainers. We are 6 live musicans playing real instruments (no backing tracks here!) We are all about creating an Experience. We take the audience on visual and sonic ride and we have a great time in doing so.

So whether you're into the pop tunes of Madonna and Michael Jackson, the hair metal of Poison and Bon Jovi, the dance hits of Prince and Salt-n-Pepa, or iconic 80s rock from bands like Journey and Guns 'N Roses you can be sure that you will love the Retro@ctive show.

You've taken the first step by visiting this site. Now take the next step and come to our show. Check out our show dates while you are here.

Go to our Contact Page for information on booking Retro@ctive for your event.
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These are just a few of our upcoming shows.
Click on the club name for details or view the full schedule on our Shows page.

Saturday January 25 Minden Opera House Minden, NE Tiny Cube
Saturday February 08 Downstream Casino Resort Quapaw, OK
Saturday March 28 Nick and Nino's Pub Kansas City, MO
Saturday April 11 Hollywood Casino (Turn 2) Kansas City, KS



Tuesday,
January 21, 2020

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