The Raspberries comeback (Eric Carmen, Wally Bryson, Dave Smalley and Jim Bonfanti). Eric Carmen (singer/bass player), Wally Bryson (guitars), Dave Smalley (guitars) and Jim Bonfanti (drummer) alias The Raspberries will do a concert there as announced on Eric Carmen official website:
"House of Blues Presents
AN EVENING WITH RASPBERRIES!
DATE: Friday, November 26
PLACE: House of Blues, Cleveland, Ohio
ON SALE: Saturday, October 9"
It will be the first concert of the band since 31 years.
The Raspberries soon became the most popular Rock 'n' Roll attraction in Cleveland in the Seventies. In 1971, the band signed a national recording contract with Capitol Records, releasing its self-titled debut album the following year.
In the early Seventies, The Raspberries have had some great hits like "Go All the Way" (1972), "I Wanna Be With You" (1972) and "Overnight Sensation (Hit Record)" (1974). The same year, the members go on their own way.
You can listen to some audio clips of the band at this address.