The Beatniks at Summer Sounds Skansie Park(Day 114)

Don’t miss tonight’s performance at Skansie Brothers Park by the Beatniks , a Definitive ’60s & ’70s: Rock ‘n Roll of the Cultural Revolution

The Beatnik history can be traced back to the steamy coffee shops and poetry dens of Soho, In New York’s Greenwich Village. Today, the Beatnik legacy lives on in four young men who adhere to the ideology that music is more than a mere background for our lives.

They perform the music of the 60’s & 70’s (and 80’s, too); with energy and passion that you won’t find anywhere. Capturing the essence of the music with their charisma, chemistry and natural talent is why people all over the world are fans of the band.

Since their explosive debut in the early 90s’, the Beatniks have been pleasing audiences ranging in age from eight to eighty with their signature energy, classic sound and vigorous stage presence. With over 5,000 performances since their inception, they have headlined shows that have drawn crowds of 35,000 people, and have proven to be one of the largest drawing bands, consistently selling out the venues they play.

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About Tom Tuttle

A licensed real estate agent practicing in the Pierce County area for the last 10 years. I pride myself on repeat/referral business and a level of customer service unparalled in the industry. Prior to real estate, I taught middle school Language Arts for 10 years in the Tacoma School District. I graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a masters degree in Educational Technology. I thank you for taking the time to read my blog! Click or call: 253-686-3992 me@tomtuttle.me
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