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      Front Page April 16, 2003  RSS feed

      SummerFest 2003 concert lineup

      July 3
      Luigi & Arlette
      International recording

      July 3

      Luigi & Arlette

      International recording

      sensations with tunes from Natalie Cole to Andrea Bocelli. Arlette is the voice of the New Jersey Devils and Nets.

      The Infernos

      This show band performs selections from doo-wop to disco to today’s hot Latin sounds. Featuring Kenny Simmons, formerly of The Commodores.

      July 10


      Legendary oldies group whose roots originate from the ’60s. Selections include "Over the Rainbow" and "My Foolish Heart."

      Kenny Vance &

      The Planotones

      The material for this contemporary vocal group is influenced by the music of the ’50s and ’60s. Kenny Vance, original member of Jay and the Americans, has been responsible for the scores to some rock n’ roll movies, including American Hot Wax and Eddie & the Cruisers.

      July 17

      Al Martino

      He has appeared in concert halls and leading hotels throughout the world. Hits include "Spanish Eyes" and the theme from the movie The Godfather, in which he had a starring role.

      July 24

      The Dubs

      Rhythm and blues style of music. Hits include, "Could This Be Magic," "Don’t Ask Me to Be Lonely," and "Be Sure My Love."

      Bill Haley’s Comets

      The very first rock n’ roll band. Since 1952 they have sold more than 80 million records, including "Rock Around the Clock," which sold over 40 million copies alone.

      July 31

      The Harptones

      Their numerous recordings have lasted in popularity throughout the years and include "Sunday Kind of Love" and "Life Is But a Dream," to name a few.

      The Crests

      Following in the footsteps of his mentor, Johnny Maestro, lead singer Tommy Marra is recognized by his powerful voice. Selections include "Sixteen Candles."

      Aug. 7

      Chuck Mangione

      He has been entertaining audiences for the past 25 years with his popular horn selections such as "Feel So Good."

      Aug. 14

      Grass Roots

      Popular groups from the ’60s and ’70s. Hits include, "Where Were You When I Needed You" and "The River Is Wide."

      Aug. 21

      Eddie Holman

      "Hey There Lonely Girl" is one of his best-remembered romantic ballads.

      Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes

      This group’s hits from the ’70s and ’80s include "If You Don’t Know Me by Now," "The Love I Lost" and "Bad Luck."

      Aug. 28

      Gary U.S. Bonds

      He performs and has written and arranged many of his hit singles, including "Quarter to Three," "New Orleans" and "Dear Lady Twist."

      (Schedule and band

      descriptions provided courtesy of Brick Township Special Events Office)