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'Generations' will rock Early Quasquicentennial

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Three Generations of outstanding musicians will rock and roll their way to Early to headline four continous hours of music at the Early Quasquicentennial street dance on Saturday, July 21st, 8:30 pm.-12:30 a.m.

Admission is $5 for the entire night.

Generations of Rock 'n' Roll features three Iowa bands combined to wow the crowd with all your favorite music from the 1950's and '60's. The

nationally charted Dee Jay and the Runaways, The Senn-Menn and BB & the Bulfrogs will play and sing their way through many of your

favorites including "My Girl" , "Mustang Sally", "409" , the Runaways' own 1960's hit "Peter Rabbit" and the a show stopping rendition of "Unchained Melody."

Among the three bands you will see and hear a grandfather and grandson, a father and a son among the 10 highly accomplished musicians, powerful horn section and 10 strong vocalists.

Dee Jay & the Runaways emerged from the Okoboji area recording heydey and toured nationally in the mid 60's, appearing on the Dick

Clark show " Where the Action Is" in 1966. The Senn-Menn is comprised of several veteran performers with a smooth sound of great vocals. BB

& the Bullfrogs are the pride of South Dakota State University where they are all students after bursting onto the scene as a teenage high school classic rock band in northwest Iowa. They travel the Midwest extensively during the

summer break as they are in high demand.

"The Frogs" three-piece band will also entertain the crowds Friday, July 20th at Early's Quasquicentennial, 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Admission is only $3 for that concert.

The Generations show, which runs without intermissions, has been seen throughout the Midwest this year and is the talk of the area entertainment industry and casino circuit.

Prepare for a great time Saturday night as ten top-of-the-class performers and showmen offer rock and roll music at its showstopping best.