The Classic Rock All Stars

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Jerry Corbetta, founder, keyboardist and former lead singer of the melodically and lyrically oriented "Green-Eyed Lady" group Sugarloaf. Besides the often heard and much-praised "Green-Eyed Lady," the group found gold with "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You" in February 1975. Life after Sugarloaf was just as artistically lucrative for Jerry when he released a solo album for Warner Bros. In 1979, Jerry joined Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons and still found time to write hit songs for Grace Jones, Belinda Carlisle, and the duo of Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson who recorded the love song classic "You're Lookin' Like Love To Me" which went gold and climbed right to the top of the charts. Jerry thrived as a performer, writer and record producer in the 80's and since 1992 has performed worldwide with The Classic Rock All Stars.

Peter Rivera, former singer and drummer for the 70's supergroup Rare Earth, recorded over seventeen albums, had top ten hits with "Get Ready," "I Just Want To Celebrate" and the two-record set "Rare Earth In Concert" which went double platinum; "Willie Remembers" and "Ma" went gold. With Peter on the drums and at the mic on lead vocals, Rare Earth sold over twenty-five million records. Rivera has been called the premier rock drummer / vocalist of the 70's.

Mike Pinera, former lead singer and guitarist for Iron Butterfly and The Blues Image, received his first gold record for The Blues Image's "Ride Captain Ride," a classic radio mainstay, which he wrote and sang. After The Blues Image split, he went to join Iron Butterfly; the first group ever to be awarded a platinum album. Their legendary hit, "In A Gadda Da Vida" stayed on top of the charts for fifty-six consecutive weeks. Pinera later went on to discover and produce BLACK OAK ARKANSAS, resulting in a gold album. He also contributed his considerable talent to Alice Cooper for two tours and two albums.

Dennis Noda is a funky rockin' bassist with a high visibility factor. His early musical career found himself in Cannibal and the Headhunters who achieved international acclaim with the hit "Land Of A Thousand Dances." He later went on to become an in-demand musician performing with Edwin Starr, Al Wilson, Chuck Negron (Three Dog Night), Joey Molland (Badfinger), Bobby Kimball (Toto) and numerous others. Dennis served as Music Director for Micky Dolenz of the Monkees; Otis Day and the Knights (National Lampoon's Animal House; "Shout") and for several tours of The 30 Years of Rock 'n Roll Show, where he become friends with Mike Pinera and Jerry Corbetta, and along with Peter Rivera, joined the now famous The Classic Rock All Stars.

"These guys are truly 'classic'…they kept the crowd of over 5,000 on their feet."
- Riverfest in Orlando

"The crowds were on their feet singing along with all the hits that these four superstar showmen performed."
- Al Antee, Xentel Corp.

"The Classic Rock All Stars incredible pace kept the nite rockin'…hardly a moment went by without remembering the great sounds of the 70's."
- Dan Pferschy, Reno Hilton

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