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A Street in Grammy Award Winner Jim Peterik ’s Hometown Gets Named After His First Band The Ides of March

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A street in Grammy award winner Jim Peterik’s hometown of Berwyn, Illinois gets names after his first band The Ides of March. The street is named “The Ides of March Way” is between Riverside Drive and Cermak Road on Home Avenue. The band was first started in a basement near Morton West High which resides on the new street. The Ides of March getting a street named after them in their hometown really shows the towns pride in the band.
To go and show your support of Jim Peterik’s new jazz band Lifeforce you can see him at Milwaukee Summerfest this month. His band will be playing before The Eagles and Loverboy so you can be assured it’s a great line-up! Lifeforce will perform on the ULine Warehouse Stage starting at 5PM on Sunday, July 7th. It’s time for new and old Jim Peterik fans to come together and have a great evening with rockin’ music.

Lifeforce recently released a deluxe edition of their album “Forces at Play.” The remastered album is a two-disc set featuring bonus tracks and a total of 32 incredible jazz artists. The band is currently being played on over 20 radio stations worldwide!

To learn more about the Lifeforce band and it’s members, visit their [url="http://www.jimpeterikslifeforce.com "]website[/url]
You can listen to and download the new album on [url="http://bit.ly/ForcesAtPlayDERemasterediTunes"]iTunes[/url]

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