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Year: 2016

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Cornerstones of Rock: American Garage is a nostalgic celebration of the local “garage bands” that rose to national prominence in the 1960s and ’70s and remain favorites today with their sing-along hits. This show shines a spotlight on groups from the Chicago area who defined this era as they rose through the teen clubs all the way to national prominence.
Each of the groups play their greatest hits and then gather together to offer two special tributes to late Chicago musicians Bill Chase and Mitch Aliotta with renditions of the stars' respective hits “Get It On” and "Lake Shore Drive."

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