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Monthly Archives: December 2013
go to Site Home This was a new show (in Addison) for me but this was their Seventh Annual Benefit for Shriner’s Children’s Hospital. I was surprised to see so many familiar cars and owners. This gorgeous, customized Buick convertible … Continue reading
go to Site Home The entertainment for this Cruise Night was the Paul Avers Band. More about the event is at this link.
go to Site Home Here are my photos from this show; a Led Zeppelin tribute band, Kashmir, performed in the park to a large audience. See more here.
Another ‘full house’ at Lombard Cruise Night; and for the first time this season the bank parking lot was filled with show cars. I finally got another chance to talk with Mike, the owner of a great ’63 Corvette split … Continue reading
The band was Claremont Drive and they played Baby Boomer rock ‘ roll; you can hear tunes like that by clicking the Oldies Radio icon in the sidebar.
Riverside Garage was the sponsor and Showcase Classics provided the music for the show.
The band in the park was an R&B group called R-Gang. I posted some music and more about the event in this blog post.
The Paul Avers Band performed Country-Western music. My original post is here.