Credit: Matthew BowieTonight, founding Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos will play the only concert he’s lined up in support of his recently released debut solo album, Greetings from Bunezuela!.

The gig, at a club called Space in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, Illinois, and will feature several musicians who contributed to the disc, including members of Carlos’ side band Candy Golde, original Cheap Trick singer Xeno and Damnwells frontman Alex Dezen.

Carlos tells ABC Radio that fans attending the show can expect to hear the entire album, which features renditions of songs by The Who, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, The Bee Gees, Them and more. He’ll also be playing a few songs by Candy Golde and, of course, some songs by his old band.

“Everybody always likes to hear a couple Cheap Trick songs when I play,” he notes, “no matter who I perform with.”

Greetings from Bunezuela! features lead vocals by nine different singers, and Bun E. points out that about half of them will be on hand for the Evanston concert: Xeno, Dezen and Candy Golde guitarists Rick Rizzo and Nicholas Tremulis.

As for whether Carlos plans to play more shows to promote Greetings from Bunezuela!, he says it depends on how successful the record is.

“If the album does some business and we get some reaction in the marketplace, yeah, we’ll throw a band together and go to the airport and hit a few towns,” he says.

Bun E., who was welcomed into the Rock and Roll of Fame as a member of Cheap Trick in April, says he recorded Greetings quickly so it would be released around the time of the band’s induction. He tells ABC Radio he’d like to record a follow-up album that would feature some singers he didn’t have time to tap for his debut effort.

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