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Jim Peterik to perform at ATHS studio theater; Center for the Arts presents his ‘Guitars, Stories and Songs’

Join the Addison Center for the Arts on Thursday, Feb. 10 to welcome Grammy award winner Jim Peterik of The Ides of March to the Addison Trail Studio Theater Stage located inside Addison Trail High School, at 213 No. Lombard Rd. Experience the music and the stories of Jim Peterik along with guitars from his private collection in this intimate setting of the studio theater.

“The Search is Over!” Spotlight on The Ides of March’s Jim Peterik

Jim Peterik is a musician, singer, and songwriter who struck gold as a teen with his #1 hit with The Ides of March, “Vehicle.” He’s also co-written songs including “Eye of the Tiger” and “The Search is Over” for Survivor, and has written or co-written material for such well-known artists as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cheap Trick, Sammy Hagar, REO Speedwagon, and many more.

SURVIVOR's JIM PETERIK Discusses Creating "Burning Heart" For Rocky IV - "That Was Some Fresh Meat For Me Because I'd Never Written Anything Political"; Video

Professor Of Rock has released the new video below, along with this message:. "Survivor co-founder and co-writer Jim Peterik on the story of the 1986 #2 hit 'Burning Heart' from Rocky IV. Survivor was just coming off of their multiplatinum album Vital Sign with new lead singer Jimi Jamison when they hit pay dirt again with their second anthemic hit of the franchise after going to #1 with 'Eye Of The Tiger'."

Ides of March, Paul McCartney and more with Jim Peterik

Phil Manicki, in for Matt Bubala, is joined by Jim Peterik. Together they discuss Peterik’s future performances with the Ides of March at the Rock’N’Wheel in Addison and at the Cornerstones of Rock Concert Series. In addition to looking towards the future, Peterik delves into the past as he talks about his adolescence as a “total nerd.”

The Ides of March with Jim Peterik and Shemekia Copeland at Ravinia Festival

This special daylong festival featuring Chicago-area artists is presented to thank the invited audience of essential, frontline, and healthcare workers; first responders; neighborhood partners; and families who participate in Reach Teach Play programs at Ravinia for their efforts and dedication over the past year. Before the main-stage event in the...