Cornerstones of Rock
In Music, one of the greatest "Vintages" was 1965 to 1970 in Chicago, Illinois, where five groups wrote and recorded indelible hits that remain Gold standards all over the planet.
The Buckinghams, the Cryan' Shames, the Ides Of March, the Shadows of Knight and the New Colony Six each distilled the wide variety of emerging and classic styles of the era into unique voices as vibrant and diverse as the Windy City itself.
The Cornerstones Of Rock show features the core members of these groups performing the songs first
heard on WLS and WCFL, Chicago's powerhouse radio stations. The popularity of these tunes spread
quickly throughout the U.S., becoming "forever favorites" for millions.
The Buckinghams "Kind Of A Drag," "Don't You Care," "Mercy Mercy Mercy" and "Hey Baby They're
Playing Our Song.
The Cryan' Shames "Sugar And Spice," "I Wanna Meet You" and "It Could Be We're In Love."
The New Colony Six "I Confess", "Love You So Much," "I Will Always Think About You," "Can't You See Me Cry," and "Things I'd Like To Say."
Shadows Of Knight "Gloria," "Shake," "Oh Yeah."
The Ides Of March "You Wouldn't Listen," "Vehicle", "L.A. Goodbye." The Ides are the Cornerstone's "House Band" and all four of the original Ides appear onstage: LARRY MILLAS, BOB BERGLAND,
MIKE BORCH, and JIM PETERIK. Jim's personal career has brought International Acclaim as a Grammy-winning, Oscar-nominated songwriter, performer and producer with millions of albums sold, such as "The Eye Of The Tiger" which Jim co-wrote for the film "Rocky III."
Category: Live Music | Rock
General Admission--Balcony: USD 45.00,
General Admission-Floor: USD 55.00,
Reserved Table of 8: Floor: USD 500.00