‘Road to Fame’ Idolizes Chicago Talent

View pictures of some of the talent at the "Road to Fame" competition.

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Forget American Idol, Mahoney’s Pub & Grille is looking for Chicago's best talent in the "Road to Fame" contest through December 10.
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Contestants sang for a panel of judges including Michigan Avenue Magazine executive editor Susanna Homan, Elvis impersonator Mark "Elvis" Hussman and Bobby Kourelis, drummer for the alternative rock band Lovehammers.
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All contestants are gunning for the cash prize and a trip to L.A. to perform for VIP guests at the club Rush Street.
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Contestants didn't necessarily get to rock out to their favorite songs. They had to choose from a select playlist.
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Many people hung out to watch the competition. After all, not everyone can sing like Whitney Houston!
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Chicago has produced artists like Jennifer Hudson and Kayne West, but these contestants will definitely have to step it up if they're going to stay in this game.
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Eat your heart out Randy, Simon and Paula!
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Hey, look. It's Frank Sinatra! No, it's just one of the "Road to Fame" contestants.
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That's the note! It takes a pro to belt it like this.
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In the end there can only be one. Is the winner of the "Road to Fame" contest in this group?
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