The Grey Wolf Band will be rocking Lincoln Park this week at the Tuesday, June 15 Starlight Review Summer Concert Series in Rock Island at 7 pm in the Rock Island Lincoln Park band shell.

Grey Wolf Band/Facebook photo
Grey Wolf Band/Facebook photo

Come early at 5 pm and you can purchase dinner or snacks from the Hy-Vee Grille.

The Grey Wolf Band plays a very large variety of classic rock and roll along everything from Motown to Johnny Cash. If you've lived in the Quad Cities for any length of time, you've probably heard this group. The Grey Wolf  Band has been rockin' the QCA for years.

You'll find Kenny Carleton on bass, Tom Drabek on drums, Jim Ryan on guitar and Larry Burns on vocals who's been described as the biggest rock star that no one has ever heard of. Here they are performing, Born on the Bayou.
All summer long you can enjoy a concert every week as part of the summer concert series. Each week KIIK 104.9 Tami will tell you about the musical guest playing and a bit about each performance.

Every Tuesday this summer we invite you to spend the evening with KIIK 104.9 and enjoy live music. It's the 65th year for the Starlight Review Concert Series at Lincoln Park in Rock Island. Each week features live music from a variety local artists.

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Open the KIIK 104.9 app to see who is playing each week and find out more about each musical group. The music starts at 7:00 pm, but if you come early at 5:00 pm, Hy-Vee Grille will be there to serve up dinner and the Rock Island Parks staff have included a variety of pies & ice cream too.

The concert series is presented by Friendship Manor, Rock Island Hy-Vee and the Quad Cities Greatest Hits, KIIK 104.9. We hope you'll join us this Tuesday and every week all summer long.

Here's the lineup for the rest of the summer.

6/22 The Hotrods
6/29 20th Anniversary Concert: Josh Duffee Orchestra
7/6 The Night People
7/13 River City 6

See you at the Lincoln Park band shell!

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