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Madison Band What's What Next Weekend at Community Pool

Madison band What's What will close out the summer with a Sept. 2 concert at the Madison Community Pool. Credits: Mike Scicolone, M3S Photography

MADISON, NJ – Local Madison band What’s What performs Saturday, Sept. 2 at the Madison Community Pool on 105 Rosedale Ave.

Playing songs from the 70s, 80s and 90s, this rock group covers music from artists like Tom Petty, Cheap Trick and Van Halen.

Members include Phil Duffy on vocals and guitar, Mike Shugrue on bass and vocals, Tom Doherty on lead guitar and Bill Geyer on drums.

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Admission is free for pool members. Non-members must pay a guest fee.

What’s What performed in Madison earlier this summer in the first Downtown Concert Series show of the season at the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts on 9 Main St.

The band members are “spirited” performers who bring “solid musicianship and fun vibes to up-tempo rock music,” said the museum.

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