Berlin Plays South Park Amphitheater (Fri., 7/30/21)

Berlin, arguably best known for “Take My Breath Away” from Top Gun, performs at the South Park Amphitheater. The show is billed as Berlin featuring Terri Nunn, for while other musicians have come and gone, singer Nunn has remained a constant in the band since 1979. She’s also the only member to appear on “Take My Breath Away,” which was co-written by Italian composer and disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1986. Berlin never again matched the success of the song—also a number one hit—and the group disbanded in 1987. Nunn reformed the band in 1997 after retaining the legal rights to the Berlin name. About that name: she and her peers hailed from Los Angeles, but they wanted to give the impression that they were European. You can also hear krautrock’s influence on songs such as “The Metro.” 2020’s Strings Attached features orchestral versions of old tunes. Special guest is Donora. 7:30 p.m. 3700 Farmshow Dr., South Park. (C.M.)