Night Ranger are set to release a new unplugged CD/DVD of their 30th Anniversary celebratory performance in California. The release, titled ’24 Strings & a Drummer: Live & Acoustic’ will be available on Oct. 22, features performances from an intimate show the rockers played this past May at founding Grateful Dead singer/guitarist Bob Weir’s TRI Studios in San Rafael, California.

’24 Strings & a Drummer’ is a greatest-hits album of sorts, with the group running through new acoustic arrangements of many of their biggest hits, like “Sister Christian,” “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me” and “When You Close Your Eyes.” Also featured is a version of Night Ranger’s recent single “Growin’ Up in California,” from the band latest studio effort, 2011’s ‘Somewhere in California.’

The CD contains one extra track, a cover of the Don Henley classic “Boys of Summer.” The DVD, meanwhile, offers such bonus material as a Somewhere in California making-of documentary and the official promo video for “Growin’ Up in California.”

Track listing for the ’24 Strings & a Drummer’ CD/DVD:

1. This Boy Needs to Rock
2. When You Close Your Eyes
3. Sing Me Away
4. Growin’ Up in California
5. The Secret of My Success
6. Sentimental Street
7. Four in the Morning
8. Let Him Run/Goodbye
9. Forever All Over Again
10. Don’t Tell Me You Love Me
11. Sister Christian
12. (You Can Still) Rock in America
13. Boys of Summer” (CD only)

Night Ranger’s ‘Sister Christian’ was spotlighted on ABC’s reality show ‘Bachelor Pad’ this week, with the contestants joining in a singing competion of the song. ‘Bachelor Pad’ is a spin-off from ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Bachelorette’ that brings back eliminated challengers from those shows for a second chance at finding some bullshit “true love.”

In this week’s challenge, the remaining ‘The Bachelor Pad’ cast members shared their renditions of the tune in front of none other than Night Ranger band members Jack Blades, Kelly Keagy and Brad Gillis. The guys put on their best game faces for the competion, but probably wished the check was bigger for their participation in this trainwreck.

If you want to see the other renditions, check out the full episode here: