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Dream Police

Having a repertoire greater than five dozen tunes, Elgin, Illinois-based Dream Police celebrates the music of 1 of the very most successful bands to emerge from the Midwest, Cheap Trick. Even though many related groups elect to concentrate on taking care of of Cheap Trick’s music, Desire Police has generated its status by exploring almost three years of materials, including ballads, psychedelic rock and roll and hook-laden play their displays. Their stock increased substantially after becoming became a member of on stage by Cheap Trick’s Rick Neilsen and Bun E. Carlos. Created in 1987, as Mo’s Desire Police, Dream Law enforcement quickly produced their presence experienced on Chicago’s rock and roll circuit. These were voted “greatest tribute music group”, four consecutive years, by visitors of regional music journal, Chicago Rock. Using the departure of single-named lead vocalist, Mo, in 1995, Desire Police experienced a lengthy amount of reorganization. The music group finally coalesced with founding guitarist, Scott “Rick Neilsen” J., possessor greater than forty-different guitars, including many reproductions of Neilsen’s most well-known instruments, being became a member of by vocalist Keith “Robin Zander” Jakresky, bassist Mario “Tom Petersson” Massi, drummer George “Bun E. Carlos” Baumann and keyboardist Robert Richardson. They performed their 1st shows, in almost annually, in early 2003, liberating an individual, “Taxman” b/w “Mr. Thief”, quickly afterwards.

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