Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah United States
Aliotta-Haynes-Jeremiah was an American rock group from the early 1970s. This Chicago (Actually from West Allis, Wisconsin) trio was originally comprised of bassist Mitch Aliotta, drummer Ted Aliotta and guitarist Skip Haynes. Ted left after their debut album to be replaced by pianist John Jeremiah. They scored a popular regional hit (Chicago area) in 1971 with the single and album "Lake Shore Drive," an homage to the famed lakefront highway in Chicago and (some believe) also to LSD, a hallucinogen.