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Rock’n’ Cruisers perform at Jackson Park Friday

PULASKI — Take a step back in time this Friday night as the Rock’n’ Cruisers perform in Jackson Park.
The Rock’n’ Cruisers, who specialize in oldies rock tunes from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s, will give a free performance from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. as part of the Jackson Park concert series, sponsored by the Town of Pulaski and the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley.
The Rock’n’ Cruisers was originally formed in 1998 as five musicians who had all played in other bands came together and combined their talents to perform.
Band members include Chuck Anderson on keyboard, Bill Smith on bass, Mark Webb on drums, Tim Douthat on trumpet, and Larry Frost as the lead singer/guitarist.
The band has performed in local Moose Lodges, country clubs, festivals and other local events.
The Jackson Park concert series will continue Aug. 1 with the big band sound of the Old Pros and will finish off Aug. 15 with the bluegrass sound of Tennessee Borderline.
Admission is free to each event.
Concessions will be sold by Donna Surber.
Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy the fun!
For more information, call the Fine Arts Center at 980-7363, or visit www.facnrv.org.

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Rock’n’ Cruisers perform at Jackson Park Friday

PULASKI — Take a step back in time this Friday night as the Rock’n’ Cruisers perform in Jackson Park.
The Rock’n’ Cruisers, who specialize in oldies rock tunes from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s, will give a free performance from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. as part of the Jackson Park concert series, sponsored by the Town of Pulaski and the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley.
The Rock’n’ Cruisers was originally formed in 1998 as five musicians who had all played in other bands came together and combined their talents to perform.
Band members include Chuck Anderson on keyboard, Bill Smith on bass, Mark Webb on drums, Tim Douthat on trumpet, and Larry Frost as the lead singer/guitarist.
The band has performed in local Moose Lodges, country clubs, festivals and other local events.
The Jackson Park concert series will continue Aug. 1 with the big band sound of the Old Pros and will finish off Aug. 15 with the bluegrass sound of Tennessee Borderline.
Admission is free to each event.
Concessions will be sold by Donna Surber.
Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy the fun!
For more information, call the Fine Arts Center at 980-7363, or visit www.facnrv.org.

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