Berlin — The Summer of ’67 Band will rock out the songs we all know and loved in a special summer concert at St. Kieran Arts Center on Thursday, July 23, at 7 p.m.

Tickets, $12 for adults and $6 for children, are available at the door.

The great songs and music of the 60’s will be featured the popular retro band takes the stage. Bringing all the energy of rock and roll and singing 60’s classic favorites.

The Summer of ’67 Band played together forty years ago and came back together in 2004. Their concerts feature songs from the Beatles, Doors, BeeGees, Lovin’ Spoonfuls, Zombies, Rascals and more. Based in the Haverhill, MA-Southern, NH area, they are in demand in small and large venues, festivals and colleges throughout New England and beyond.

Band members include Chuck Buzzell on bass guitar, guitar, keyboards and vocals. He has performed with numerous bands throughout New England including the popular show band Family Affair. Eric McFadden on keyboards, guitar and vocals formed his own band called “Crosswinds” which opened for such stars as Henny Youngman and Roy Orbison and has played throughout the world in places such as Monte Carlo, France and England. Wayne Lescarbeau, guitar and vocals, opened for such groups as the Drifters, The Belmonts, The Marvellettes and More. Bob Fountaine, on drums, started playing at 13 and has never stopped. Kim Hershey on vocals adds zest and spice to the almost all male band.

This program is made possible through the sponsorship of Woodlands Credit Union with support from NH Council on the Arts, the Doris L. Benz Trust and the NH Charitable Foundation, North Country Region.

Upcoming at St. Kieran Arts is The John Stetson Show: Humorist & Mind Reader on September 18 at 7 p.m. and Ventriloquist Donna Marie & Friends on September 26 at 2 p.m. An Evening to Reminisce as part of the Robert Hughes Retrospective Exhibition is scheduled for July 30 at 7 p.m. St. Kieran’s First Swing for the Art Golf Tournament is scheduled for August 21 at the Androscoggin Valley Country Club. For more information and a series brochure call 752-1028 or visit

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