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Decades Rewind Returns to the Jersey Shore

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Decades Rewind transports their audience to the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s!!


RED BANK, N.J.- Returning to the Count Basie Theatre, Friday, March 9th, 2018 Decades Rewind, the national touring concert, dance party and theatrical performance all wrapped up in one blockbuster, high energy show, celebrates the hits of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s at the Jersey Shore.

The medleys feature a wide array of legendary songs including hits by ABBA, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Tina Turner, Chubby Checker, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Prince, Bon Jovi, and many others. The “jump out and grab you show” is accompanied by three larger than life screens and visuals that instantly transport viewers to each decade with images from that time’s headlines and pop-culture.

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Decades Rewind was created by the show’s keyboardist, Peter Gatti, and drummer, Mark Blinkhorn. Gat- ti owns and operates Studio G, a high-end studio used by many local and national artists in the Tampa area. Studio G is also the home of DecadesRewindRadio.com, an internet based radio station. Blinkhorn is a retired firefighter from the Sarasota, FL County Fire Department and now tours full time with Decades Rewind.

Other members of the Decades Rewind band include Music Director and vocalist Al Owen, Ashley Renee (vocals), Coya Jones (vocals), Jimmy DeLisi (guitar), Frank J. Edmondson III (vocals), Lisa Larkin (vo- cals), Patrick McKenzie (trumpet), Calvin Jones (vocals), Monica Cox (vocals), Ryan Redden (saxo- phone), Jeff Stoddard (bass guitar), Jimmy Blount Jr. (trombone) , choreography by Desmond Boone, Colin Gatti and Malita Smith (dressers), and the extraordinary costumes were designed by Debra Bokel- breg of the Cirque du Soleil family.

Gatti said, “Decades Rewind was created to transport our audiences back to the days of the best memories of their life. Guests always tell us that they remembered their first dance, their first kiss, their first love, during our shows. Music is so powerful and it’s really amazing to see how people are moved throughout our show”. When you come to a Decades Rewind show, you have to bring your dancing shoes!

With over 100 costume changes, 10 medleys featuring 60 songs, Decades Rewind is an unparalleled, in- teractive multimedia musical experience that will have you jumping out of your seat and singing along. This IS the story of your life.
Tickets are available at www.DecadesRewind.com 

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