sort of doing a reunion or an oldies
tour career, so we're still hanging in
IE: New Year's Eve in Chicago is bound to
be a party. What do you guys hope to add
to the night?
TC: We talked to the promoter that's
putting on this show and we're gonna
be finished about 11 o'clock, so we're
not going to be bringing in new year,
2013 saw the closing or reorganization
of more than a handful of nightspots.
Ultra Lounge, Viper Alley and John
Barleycorn in Schaumburg are just a few
of the live music venues that changed
themes or closed their doors.
Bucking the trend are the folks at
Austin's Eatery & Saloon in Libertyville.
we're just going to prime people and
make sure they're ready to bring in
new year with comedy. We want to
laugh the old year out and bring in the
new year with laughter…We're working with War on this one [who's song
"Low Rider" was used in "Up In
Smoke”], so the evening will also be
musical in addition to all our classic
old bits that everybody comes to see.
Along with their iconic Fuel Room, the
Fuel Arena will host it's first concert next
month on the Lake County Fairgrounds.
Owner Mark Kh ^X]\