Chicago's legendary rock band The Ides of March celebrates its 55th year with its classic four-on-the-floor sound and original members intact. The group features Grammy® Award-winning songwriter Jim Peterik, who went on to create the band Survivor and cowrote its biggest hits (Eye of the Tiger, I Can't Hold Back, High on You) as well as songs for 38 Special (Hold on Loosely, Rockin' into the Night, Caught Up in You). There may be a lot of miles on this vehicle but there's still plenty of power under the hood.
Mark Farner is best known as the lead singer and guitarist for the '70s rock group Grand Funk Railroad. In just seven years, the band became the first American group to score 10 consecutive platinum albums. After five decades, the animated Farner is still fun to watch and clearly having a ball on stage. And his vocals are as strong as a freight train chuggin' down the tracks.
Bo Bice became a household name when he finished runner-up to Carrie Underwood in season four of American Idol. The Southern rocker went on to front the renowned rock-fusion band Blood, Sweat and Tears and is a member of the Alabama Music Hall of Fame.
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