Cheap Trick To Open Museum & Restaurant
The band are planning to open a Chicago based rock n roll eateryYahoo News reports that the band hopes to become an "anchor tenant" in an entertainment district being created on the stretch of South Michigan Avenue, where Chess, Brunswick and Vee-Jay Records were headquartered during their heyday and musicians from Aretha Franklin to Chuck Berry and the Rolling Stones recorded.
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