Friday, November 17th, 2017 - JT's Porch is a great neighborhood pub with a western vibe and a supporter of live music that has supported us over the years dating back to 2009 when guitarist Neal Rudnik performed acoustically. With three encore’s, it is fantastic to perform to patrons with an appreciation of local live music.
Friday, November 3rd, 2017 - With a singles party in full swing, the dance floor saw lots of action! With Ken having obligations in serving our country in The Air Guard, Neal and Kris swapped guitar and bass responsibilities. Mr. Tom Petty's "Listen To Her Heart" made it's first appearance on the setlist.
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Friday, August 18th, 2017 - A return to Jenny's was a massive hit. Man, Feel Like a Woman, Save A Horse Ride a Cowboy found their way onto the setlist for the first time. Chrissy and Neal were able to expand their acoustic repertoire by adding House That Built Me.
Saturday, July 29th, 2017 - This was CK’s second appearance at Freddie’s West End’s Cardboard Boat Regatta in Lake Como, Wisconsin. With a sunny day and not getting much higher than the high 70’s, the band was able to rock all afternoon and well into the evening. Special guest musicians, Uncle Dave from Door Number 3, Dave Kaz from Shade of Blues and Pat Fritz made it possible to swap lineups and keep the live entertainment going. As the night wore on, the band swapped electric’s for acoustic guitars for a more intimate set.
Friday, July 21st - A torrential downpour and heavy winds scrapped our outdoor tent plans and forced us inside. With ample room , we were still able to make for a rockin’ debut at Anthony’s! Going inside proved to be the best decision of the evening, we discovered our original outdoor stage had in fact collapsed...
Friday, June 16th - Our first official trip to Naperville was a blast! Thanks to our friends and family for the fantastic support!
Sunday, May 28th – A memorial Day with an iffy forecast turned out to be a fantastic sunny day. We had a warm reception right along the Des Plaines River with lots of music fans come by way of boat, bikes, cars and pretty much any other motorized vehicle. Horns & Halos is a fantastic and unique venue that supports live music.
Saturday, May 20th – Our return trip to Beer House was bittersweet. Playing to a full house of enthusiastic beer and live music fans, it would be the final performance before the venue closed its doors for good. Due to rising rent, management decided to close down making C.K the final live act. It was a honor to do so.
Saturday, March 29th - C.K’s first trip to Blarney Stone Pub was fantastic! A torrential downpour made load in a little difficult, and the band found themselves wiping moisture off nearly every piece of gear. With several birthday parties in the house, the dance floor was rarely empty.
We unveiled our Can Cooler Koozie Challenge last month where we asked our friends and fans to submit pictures of themselves enjoying a C.K Can cooler. Want in on the fun? Get out to a C.K. show and we'll give you a koozie! Here are some of the highlights so far!
Saturday, March 25th, 2017 - C.K. rolled in to Lunar Brewing Co for the first time and had a blast! Our new Can Cooler Koozie Challenge was officially unveiled to great success. Hey Ya, Tennessee Whisky and Blank Spaces made solid debuts.
Saturday, February 25th 2017 – A pubcrawl mullet wearing redneck hillbillies strode in right as the band started “Redneck Woman.” CK’s debut of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” was quite on topic.
Saturday February 11, 2017 - The bandstand was featured in a loft space over the bar, some 18 feet in the air. It gave CK our highest stage ever, plus our very own VIP access stairwell at the back of the house. The Beer House had over 60 beers on tap including Schlitz tall cans, which is always an awesome nightcap.
Thursday February 9th, 2017 - Our first trip to Evviva! Bar & Eatery in Lisle was a blast!