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|The Beatles and the best of the sixties with 28IF|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Thursday, 04/09/09 10:21 am] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Western NY Rochester-based Beatles and British Invasion tribute band 28IF returns to the stage for their first appearance in 2009, to perform at the Finger Lakes Gaming & Race Track in Farmington, NY, next Saturday, April 18, at 8 PM.
The members of 28IF include bass player/lead vocalist Ray Paul, who received critical acclaim way back when for his Boston years (1978-1981), and has also recorded and performed with legendary pop-cult figure and friend Emitt Rhodes.
Drummer and lead vocalist Joey Cintorino spent years performing in Las Vegas and touring the West Coast with a Beatle-tribute band called Penny Lane, and in addition, played behind Willie Nelson in 1975. His past groups have opened shows for Ike & Tina Turner, Blood Sweat & Tears, Country Joe McDonald and Leon Russell.
Guitarist and lead vocalist John Covach is a native of suburban Detroit with a bachelor's, master's and Ph.D degrees in music theory and composition, and as a rock historian, has lectured across the USA and Europe. He also has a weekly radio show "Radio Rock" on WRUR-FM in Rochester, NY.
The show takes place on Saturday, April 18, 2009, at Finger Lakes Gaming & Race Track, which is located at 5857 Route 96, Farmington, NY (just off the NY State Thruway). Call 585-924-3232 for more info. The show starts at 8PM sharp.
For more info on 28IF, go to www.myspace.com/official28if, or Ray Paul's page, www.myspace.com/raypaulonline.
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