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Wednesday, 29 December 2010 20:09

Elderly Brothers ring in New Year’s at Legion

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The Elderly Brothers will perform on New Year’s Eve at American Legion Post 47 in Waynesville.

The Elderly Brothers have been playing together for more than 40 years.

“Our group originally started playing together over 40 years ago,” said band leader Ken Beck.

Shortly after forming the group back then, band members went their separate ways and performed alone or with other groups. However, over the years they remained the best of friends.

Around 2005, the musicians reunited as the now-fabulous Elderly Brothers. The musicians in the group have opened shows for such well known artists as The Drifters, The Coasters, The Byrds, The Diamonds, Lou Christy, and many others.

The Elderly Brothers are made up of Ken Beck (guitar), Mike Holt (guitar), Charles Queen (acoustic guitar), Chuck Russell (drums) and Skip Allman (bass).

For more information, call 828.456.8691.

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