WEST ORANGE, NJ - Atomic Mary wants to remind Generation Xers of days, not so long ago, when hair was high, leg warmers were in, and we all wanted our MTV.
The Long Island/Tri-State band, dedicated to the most influential music of the 1980s, is making an appearance at the Oscar Schindler Performing Arts Center Thursday, July 25, and will be bringing some surprises with them.
These seasoned musicians, featuring four lead singers, will be bringing a "high energy musical experience created to applaud the artists and bands that influenced a generation of rock and roll fans...Atomic Mary is a seven-piece band dedicated to faithfully recreating some of the most influential tunes of the 80′s" Several of the singers and multi instrumental musicians have toured with the likes of Billy Joel, Tom Tom Club, Ronnie Spector, and The Blue Man Group..
You never know what will be coming next as the band's wide spanning repertoire includes Heart, Tears For Fears, The Tubes, Don Henley,The Cars, George Michael, Iggy Pop, Queen, David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Pat Benatar, Mr. Mister, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Joe Cocker, Hall & Oates, The Motels, Aimee Mann and Til Tuesday, The Furs, Scandal, Prince, and more.
Break out your neon scrunchies and white jackets. Leave your socks at home, men, and ladies, wear some stacked jewelry, and head to OSPAC. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Admission is free, so Don't Stop Believin'.