Grand Funk Railroad & Petey Hop To Perform At The Ridgefield Playhouse On June 29 At 8 Pm

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Come hear Grand Funk Railroad To Perform at the Ridgefield Playhouse on June 29 at 8 PM

The Ridgefield Playhouse is at 80 East Ridge Avenue, in Ridgefield, CT. Tickets are $80.

Opening for Grand Funk Railroad is Petey Hop, a future classic rocker who has played over 3500 shows in the past 15 years and has the album, STEPPING STONE on sale on iTunes. His website is peteyhop.com

Formed in 1969, Grand Funk was born out of the ashes of Terry Knight & The Pack, another band from Flint, Michigan. Currently the group includes original founding members Don Brewer (vocals and drums, writer and singer of the hit, “We're An American Band") and bassist Mel Schacher. Joining Don and Mel are true “ALL- STARS"— Max Carl (38 Special, Jack Mack and the Heart Attack, Max Carl and Big Dance), lead guitarist Bruce Kulick (12 years with KISS and credits with Michael Bolton, Meatloaf and Billy Squier), and keyboardist Tim Cashion (Bob Seger and Robert Palmer).

Together, Brewer and Schacher have created a dynamic and multi-talented five piece band that will not only carry on the tradition of Grand Funk hits, but also has the potential to create a new chapter in the legacy of Grand Funk Railroad. With Grand Funk reforming in 2000, this new chapter in the band's biography is being written daily. Both seasoned Grand Funk lovers and contemporary rock fans— discovering the group for the first time on CDs and VH-1— will be able to see and hear firsthand that Grand Funk Railroad's train is back on track.

“We're Comin' To Your Town, We'll Help You Party It Down, WE'RE AN AMERICAN BAND!!!"

This story appears courtesy of Anne Leighton.
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