Governor Livingston High School “Guitar Club” members perform at the Annual Berkeley Heights Rubber Ducky Festival

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Members of the Governor Livingston High School Guitar Club performed at the Berkeley Heights Rotary Club’s 14th Annual Rubber Ducky Festival.

The GLHS performers featured,

Band # 1 - Trevor Rittman - Guitar/Vocals, Sean Hannaford -Guitar, Andrew DelDuca -Keyboard /Vocals, Jack Sullivan - Bass and Tim Krick on Drums.

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Their set list included:

“Joker And The Thief" by Wolfmother

"Where Is My Mind?" By Pixies

"Plug In Baby" by Muse

"I Got Mine" by The Black Keys

"Otherside" by Red Hot Chili Peppers

"Make It Wit Chu" by Queens of the Stone Age

Band # 2 was Matt Sylvester - Guitar, (brother) Luke Sylvester on Drums and Matt Nixon on Bass

Their set featured:       “Almost Cut My Hair” by Crosby Stills & Nash

These students all met during over the past several years at GLHS during the weekly meetings in the Guitar Club. Senior GLHS student Jack Sullivan said , “the Guitar Club gave me an opportunity to meet other students with a similar interest in music and I was able to create new friendships and eventually formed a band."

The Guitar Club is run by Mr. Bob Segear the Student Assistance Counselor. If you have any musical equipment that you would like to donate to the Guitar Club or make a monetary donation you can contact Mr. Bob Segear at bsegear@bhpsnj.org or 908-464-3100 ext 2713.

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