Chi, IL live shows on our radar: Check out Chi-town's own morphin' chameleons of the rock universe. Who will they take on next? Tributosaurus is always a good time. Check 'em out.
Can you believe we’ve never become the boys from Rockford? That ends now.
Join us on this Wednesday, April 17th at Martyrs’ for 2 shows, as Tributosaurus becomes Cheap Trick.
One of the biggest bands ever out of Illinois, it’s about time we delved into the shredding guitar, the propulsive drums, and those soaring and powerful vocals. You’ll hear some early cult classics, the huge Live at Budokan hits that broke them big, and some of the “comeback” era radio standards too.
Cheap Trick’s influence is loudly and clearly evident; from power pop to heavy metal, in 90’s alternative and modern day art rock. Hear all of that with us on this Wednesday.
Guests will include Steve Frisbie for those Robin Zander vocals, Mike Aquino on guitar, Ed Breckenfeld on drums, and Miles Nielsen on gtrs an vox. Miles is, yes, Rick's son, and a tremendous player and songwriter in his own right.
By the way, we’re huge in Japan.
Tributosaurus Becomes CHEAP TRICK Wednesday, April 17th - 2 Shows - 7PM & 10PM at Martyrs' - 3855 N. Lincoln Ave - Chicago Tickets available at Martyrslive.com
Other Upcoming Shows :
Wednesday, May 1st - THE KINKS (Martyrs')
Friday, May 24th - THE WHITE ALBUM (Copernicus Center)
Here at ChiIL Live Shows/ ChiIL Mama, we dig Tributosaurus. They rock! These wacky musicians play out as different, excellent bands all the time....constantly morphing and changing. They also do one of our favorite things...play kids show by day and adult shows by night! Check 'em out.
Tributosaurus is trying something brand new-- streaming the show tonight on the web, for free, as a little experiment. There's no substitute for seeing a live band in a live venue, but for those of you who cannot make it out tonight but would like to see a little of the show, you can use the links below.
The first is for tonight at 9PM-Tributosaurus Becomes The Band, the other is for the Kid's Beatles show tomorrow at noon.