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Rock the Holidays with the Strictly 60s Band at the Ocean County Library

Rock the Holidays with the Strictly 60s Band at the Ocean County Library

(SURF CITY, NJ) -- Relive the passion of rock and roll’s early years and rediscover the thrill of holiday time when the Strictly 60s Band will perform at the Ocean County Library Long Beach Island Branch on Saturday, December 10. Showtime is 2:00pm.

The New Jersey-based ensemble will rock the house with timeless hits by Elvis, the Beatles, Dion, the Beach Boys, the Four Seasons and many more. Exercise your vocal cords with an interactive sing-along, and challenge your brain with music trivia.

Now in its 21st year, the Strictly 60s Band is composed of five musicians dedicated to keeping the sounds of rock’s magical era fresh and alive. More than 30 of the group’s live and televised performances can be seen on YouTube

Lead vocalist Joel B, guitarist Frank A, drummer Bob G, keyboardist Mark E, and bassist Roger T keep in touch with fans through the band’s Facebook page.

Registration at www.theoceancountylibrary.org/events is required for this free program. The Long Beach Island Branch is located at 217 South Central Avenue, Surf City. For more information, call (609) 494-2480.



 
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originally published: 11/28/2022



 

 

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