November 18, 2017 · 8:00pm


Duct Tape

You may recognize Harry as the guy who designed our sound systems but beyond,.. sound engineer / producer for the biggest bands in the world, last on the world tour with AC/DC, Harry is back for a show at Tellus, with some of the area’s greatest musicians (Loretta, Oz, Trixi, Neal and Todd) . Playing classic rock tunes from bands he has toured with, and all songs you will recognize . We guarantee a good time! Fans from the last show are asking for more,.. and Duct Tape will be there with the new Lancaster based band, plus a guest appearance from the original members.

Harry Witz, Guitar & Vocals
Todd Bochenko, Guitar & Vocals
Loretta Bilieux, Vocals
Oz Christ, Drums
Neal Kreider, Bass
Trixi Greiner, Keys & Vocals

The Redmonds

Mike Redmond has performed professionally for 30 years. He first entered the music scene as a teen aged soundman for Soundz Music in 1979, working with such bands as Cheap Trick, Molly Hatchet, the Dixie Dregs and America. Along the way he pursued his own opportunities to take the stage, driving hundreds of miles to gigs while managed by R.J. Kaltenbach and T.J. Sheppard. By the time he was 24 he had a development deal with Phil Walden’s Capricorn Records.

Over the years Mike’s played with Fugitive, Magazine, The Redstones and, since 1997, with Off Broadway. That experience has left him equally at home sitting behind an acoustic 12-string as he is hooked up to his electric Hamer, laying down rhythm riffs.

Katie Hull Redmond joined Mike in music (and marriage) in 2005. A trained singer, she has performed professionally at weddings, corporate events, festivals, and other social functions around the Chicago area for 20 years. Her musical influences range the classic to the contemporary rock – from Schubert’s Ave Maria to Patti LaBelle to Janis Joplin. Together, she and Mike are magic.

Rounding out the Redmonds line-up for full band show are bassist Mike Gorman of Off Broadway and Pezband fame; top Chicago pedal steel player Rich Koc; studio drummer Rick Nelson; and multi-instrumentalist L.J. Slavin who has played everywhere from television’s “Tool Time” to the Steppenwolf Theater.

Showcased at Fitzgerald’s and as an opening act for REO Speedwagon, The Redmonds appeal to fans age 6-60 and put on a show with something for everyone.