1969

1969

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1969 breathes new life into the music of the Woodstock era. Exciting vocals, blistering rhythms, authentic costumes, & great rock hits of the late 60s, 1969 is a perfect fit for fests, corp. events & theme parties. Take a musical trip back to 1969!

Biography

Perhaps no year in pop culture changed the face of music like 1969. From the Fillmore to Woodstock to Altamont, the musical revolution could be heard in the performances of a virtual army of influential rock icons. 1969 saw the baby boomer generation come of age as the music and creativity of the time set a new standard that is unequaled to this day. 1969 defined a generation that spoke with passion and voiced their emotions through the popular music of the time.

Today, the band 1969 breathes new life into the songs made famous by Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Joe Cocker, Cream Gladys Knight, Marvin Gaye, Iron Butterfly, Dusty Springfield, Led Zepplin, Steppenwolf, The Doors and so many other stars of the hippie era. Six Chicago area musicians — all veterans of Chicago's music scene — have found what was once important and true can be rekindled in spirit. The members of 1969 discovered a common bond in the music of their youth and a shared passion for keeping it alive.
1969 features three exciting lead vocalists and a blistering rhythm section. The band members have performed over the years with arena rockers Tantrum, StikMen, BumbleBee Bob, Joe Kelly and Blues DeVille. With complete stage show, including costumes & psychedelic lighting, 1969 is perfect fit for festivals, corporate events and theme parties. 1969’s music will take you back, as you find yourself singing along and dancing like it’s 1969 all over again. www.music1969.com

Set List

Typical set is 1-90. Can do 2-60s or 3-45s.

Sample Song List:
All Right Now (Free)
Baby It's You (The Smiths)
Back Door Man (The Doors)
Born to Be Wild (Steppenwolf)
Break on Through (The Doors)
Chain of Fools (Aretha Franklin)
Crosstown Traffic (Jimi Hendrix Experience)
Cry Me a River (Joe Cocker)
Feeling Alright (Traffic/Joe Cocker)
For What It's Worth (Buffalo Springfield)
Get Together (Beatles)
Gimme Some Lovin (Spencer Davis Group)
Good Lovin (Little Rascals)
Hurdy Gurdy Man (Donovan)
Hush (Tommy James & the Shondells)
I Heard it Through the Grapevine (Gladys Knight)
L.A. Woman (The Doors)
Light My Fire (Doors/Hendrix)
Love the One You're With (Crosby Stills & Nash)
Low Spark of High Heeled Boys (Traffic)
Move Over (Janis Joplin)
Piece of My Heart (Janis Joplin)
Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Ramblin Gamblin Man (Bob Seger)
Revival (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Roadhouse (The Doors)
Satisfaction (Rolling Stones)
Secret Agent Man (Johnny R