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Take a Trip Down Memory Lane Wednesday

The Neverly Brothers will rock the night away at the Indian Prairie Library

at 401 Plainfield Road in Darien will host The Neverly Brothers at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place outdoors, right outside the library’s entrance. 

 “This is the third appearance of The Neverly Brothers at the library,” said Laura Birmingham, assistant director. “Our community loves this band. They are the perfect choice for an outdoor summer concert. They have the most remarkable music and a contagious energy – plus they take the audience down memory lane, sharing music history. Call your friends, grab your chairs and a picnic dinner and join us for a great evening.”

Frequent performers at Chicagoland festivals and other venues, the Neverly Brothers’ concert set includes music from the 1950s Rockabilly genre through the 1960s British Invasion and beyond. The music, fabulous in its own right, is made even better by the accompanying trivia and musical history that lead singer Kevin Giragosian provides throughout the show. Their music selection follows the evolution of rock n roll through Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Dave Clark Five and The Kinks. 

Kevin, who sings and plays guitar and harmonica, is joined by his brother Kegham, drummer and singer, and Craig Gigstad, who sings and plays the upright bass fiddle.

The Indian Prairie Public Library serves Willowbrook, Darien and Burr Ridge. For more information visit the library’s web site at ippl.info.

Editor’s note: The information above is from a press release from the Indian Prairie Library.

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