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The last time we tackled this seminal band, it was Halloween of 2010 - appropriate timing, but Black Sabbath is great any time of year.

Join us on Wednesday May 1st at Martyrs' and Friday May 3rd at Wire as we embrace the deep roots of heavy metal, and become Black Sabbath. Decades before Ozzy was a reality TV joke, he was a complete bad-ass front man, and he and his mates set out to create what they hoped would be rock and roll versions of horror films. They made some of the most purely dark music of all time. This is a band that once rented a castle, just so they could rehearse in the dungeon. Wonderfully ridiculous. 

The guitarmada will be in full effect to make evil mirth, and our old pal Kerry Devine will join us to sing a few; come see if we kick him out for drinking too much like Sabbath did to Ozzy in 1979. We’ll feature many songs from the platinum selling eponymous first record, dive head-long into the coke-binged excess of Masters of Reality, and give you a taste of the Ronny James Dio era as well. Critics hated Sabbath, but the people, they loved them. We bet some of you still do too.

Tributosaurus Becomes BLACK SABBATH

Wednesday, May 1st at Martyrs' - 7PM Show
3855 N. Lincoln Ave - Chicago - 60613 
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Friday, May 3rd at Wire - 9PM Show
6815 W. Roosevelt Rd - Berwyn, IL - 60402 
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We return to the Beverly Arts Center in April! 

Thanks to everyone who bought tickets - see you there!

By popular demand, we bring The Band show to the South Side... 


There's a moment in 'The Last Waltz,' the amazing documentary about the final concert by THE BAND, when Martin Scorsese asks Levon Helm about the musical landscape in his home state of Arkansas. Levon says 'bluegrass and country music'if it comes down into that area and if it mixes there with the rhythm and if it dances, then you've got a combination of all that music.' Scorsese asks what that's called. And Levon simply says 'Rock and Roll.' 

It's been a while since we performed at the Beverly Arts Center, and it's a great theater - we have brought Rock and Roll there before.  If you are a fan of this music, this is a place you can really get inside of it.

Come join us as we play Rock and Roll on April 27th as The Band. For some of us, this is as good as music gets. Deep, deceptively simple grooves, soulful harmony vocals, layered keyboard excellence, great lead guitar, and much more. We'll draw heavily from the self-titled 2nd album, hit the debut 'Music From Big Pink,' and give you a few versions from the Waltz itself. There will also be a couple Levon Helm solo tunes as an added bonus and belated homage. 

Certain bands stand, even decades later, as emblems of the best music can aspire to. Come enjoy The Band with us. 

Tributosaurus Becomes THE BAND 
Saturday, April 27th at the Beverly Arts Center

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