Life's A Stage
Passion For Playing Drives Local Musicians
Synth-pop, country rock and everything in between. Not only do the suburbs offer a variety of live music venues, it also is home to a number of talented musicians. Three share a peek at life behind the music.
A chance encounter at a suburban bar changed the course of a band, and a typical mom, forever.
And for the members of Centerfold, it's been smooth sailing ever since.
The suburban pop-rock band began in the late 1970s, started up by Mark and Eric Wedow of Warrenville, and pal Chuck Federowicz of Wheaton, while they were students at the College of DuPage. For the next several years, they performed as Centerfold, with Mark on guitar, Chuck on bass and Eric on drums, rounded out by the talents of guitarist and keyboard player Tom Kranz. By the mid-1980s, the band members had gone their separate ways, though they occasional discussed reuniting.
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