You know the songs, but you haven't heard them covered like this before. Second Time Around, Chicagoland's premiere classic rock cover band, meticulously recreates songs in ways other bands can't touch, from the splendid three-part harmonies of Yes, Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles, the pitch-perfect guitar solos of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Joe Wash, the rumbling organ solos of Boston and Deep Purple, to the blazing harmonica of The Doobie Brothers, The Rolling Stones and The Pretenders. Made up of some of the nicest and most easy-going musicians you'll ever find, Second Time Around has been thrilling audiences for over a decade and never tire of seeing jaws drop during the dueling guitar solos at the end of "Hotel California," the howling vocals of "Gimme Shelter" or the stunning intro of "I've Seen All Good People."

UPCOMING SHOWS...

Concert & Classic Car Show

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Community Park (corner or Old McHenry & Quentin Rds., 5 Park View Lane, Hawthorn Woods

Second Time Around performing 70s Classic Rock music at the Classic Car Show, Community Park, Hawthorn Woods.

Cruise on over to Hawthorn Woods Community Park and enjoy a night of music, cool cars and family fun.

Parking opens at 5:00 p.m. Music: 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Car Show Cruise Nights are paired with the Concerts in the Parks series; live music and food vendors will be available.

http://www.vhw.org/index.aspx?NID=265

Tower Lakes July 4th Traditions Music Concert

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Tower Lakes 4th of July Traditions, 400 North Route 59, Tower Lakes Barrington

Tower Lakes 4th of July Traditions

Second Time Around is thrilled to be a part of this free, community event and will be performing classic rock music from the 60s through the 80s, from 7:00-10:00 PM. This event is located at the lake in Tower Lakes. Bring your chairs and sit back and listen to the music. Beer, wine and a variety of foods items will be available for purchase.

The highlight of summer in Tower Lakes is the Fourth of July celebration. Little has changed in over 80 years, including the neighborhood parade and other simple traditions that could be right out of a Norman Rockwell scene.