The Revivalists Cover Chuck Berry & AC/DC In Chicago


On Saturday night New Orleans rockers The Revivalists brought their “The Still Feeling Good From Yesterday Tour” to Chicago for a performance at Concord Music Hall. The band honored Chuck Berry just hours after news of his death was reported and also played an AC/DC cover with the help of a bagpipe musician.

The Revivalists focused on material from their most recent album, Mem Amongst Mountains, in the Windy City. Frontman David Shaw led his mates through their first known rendition of Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” towards the end of the group’s set and exclaimed “rest in peace” in tribute to the rock and roll pioneer. At the end of the night The Revivalists brought out a local bagpipe musician to help them on a cover of AC/DC’s 1975 hit “It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock ‘N’ Roll).”

Next up for The Revivalists is a Tuesday night show in Covington, Kentucky.


[It’s A Long Way To The Top | Captured by Feralsoul7]

[Johnny B. Goode | Captured by Sojahsey1]


The Revivalists at Concord Music Hall

  • Bulletproof
  • Amber
  • Keep Going
  • Fade Away
  • Hurricane Winslow
  • Catching Fireflies
  • Up in the Air
  • Need You
  • Stand Up
  • Johnny B. Goode  
  • Monster
  • Criminal
  • It Was A Sin
  • You and I
  • Soulfight
  • Wish I Knew You
  • It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)  
  • Upcoming Shows

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