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nfd2004

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nfd2004 said:
REMINDER....Tonight (4/30) at 7pm a live show put on by Arminio Entertainment as Doreen Arminio celebrates her fathers birthday, Retired FDNY Firefighter Tom Brusca.

Starting at 6:30 pm, there will be an interview with Tony Dean who will post the show on youtube as well.

Tune in at 6:30 pm tonight:

https://www.facebook.com/joe.arminio

Another live show tomorrow night, Thursday, May 21st at 7 pm.

Tune in at:

www.facebook.com/joe.arminio


Show will also be presented on you tube later.
 
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Stiletto & The Saxman did a Live Concert today, July 5th, from Krenlel's in Neptune, NJ

Next Saturday, July 11th, they will be at Miele's Restaurant in Verona, NJ from 7 - 9 pm. Reservations are required due to seating restrictions.

Monday July 13, at Seaside Heights Broadwalk for a FREE Outdoor concert from 7 - 9 pm

Also the NY Beach Club - July 25th

Also Monmouth Race Track - July 26th

Here is todays show from Neptune, NJ

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bw_2k_QTwRw
 

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Sad to report that the "Alley Cat" man Bent Fabric passed away today at the young age of 95. He wrote and recorded the song, which was originally titled "Around The Piano", but when released to the U.S. it was simply titled "Alley Cat." Bent Fabricious-Bjerre and his song won a Grammy award in 1963. Rest In Peace Sir and thanks for the memories.
 

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That was when music was music and the radio stations hired personality talent not liner card readers. Thanks Willy for the link.
 

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Glyn Geoffrey Ellis, aka Wayne Fontana of the "Mindbenders" who had the 1965 hit with "The Game Of Love" passed away 8/6/2020 at the age of 74.
Also, Bob Lewis "Baba Loo" the DJ from 77 WABC also passed way recently. Rest In Peace Gentlemen and thanks for the memories. Correction, Bob Lewis passed away in 1987. I sure read that wrong!
 
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