Rock music holds a special place in the hearts of many Americans, and this show serves it right up. Coming right out of the gate from last year’s sold out performance of “Queen Day” at last year’s Indy Fringe, the Indianapolis Men’s Chorus came back with a vengeance this year with some devilishly appropriate rock n’ roll. “Journey to Hell” was a musical review of two legendary bands: Journey and Styx. However, this show wouldn’t be complete in it’s theme if it didn’t include the various circles of Hell in music by AC/DC, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, and the Book of Mormon. Last year, I was a bit disappointed in the lack of choreography and ballads, but I was very happy with the performance this year. Not only did the show have bitchin’ music, but a complete choreographed routine to go with them.

Of course, while I didn’t know all of the songs, even someone who is not a major fanboy of these bands was able to sing along. Songs included Don’t Stop Believin’, Wheel in the Sky, Come Sail Away, Renegade, Rockin’ the Paradise, and many more. Our show was sold out, but there are still some tickets left to snag, and I 100% recommend this show to music lover.