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Neverly Brothers band performs as part of Wheaton concert series

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  • Craig Gigstad plays the stand up bass while singing with The Neverly Brothers during their performance in Wheaton as part of the Wheaton Park District's free Monday concert series. The Neverly Brothers perform classic hits dating back to the beginning days of rock 'n' roll including songs from The Big Bopper, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Chuck Berry and Elvis just to name a few.

       Craig Gigstad plays the stand up bass while singing with The Neverly Brothers during their performance in Wheaton as part of the Wheaton Park District's free Monday concert series. The Neverly Brothers perform classic hits dating back to the beginning days of rock 'n' roll including songs from The Big Bopper, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Chuck Berry and Elvis just to name a few.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Dean and Laurie Francis dance to the sounds of The Neverly Brothers as they perform Monday in Wheaton as part of the Wheaton Park District's free concert series.

       Dean and Laurie Francis dance to the sounds of The Neverly Brothers as they perform Monday in Wheaton as part of the Wheaton Park District's free concert series.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

The Neverly Brothers took fans on what the band calls a "musical tour through the history of rock 'n' roll" from Elvis to the Beatles during a performance Monday night in Wheaton's Memorial Park.

The show was part of Wheaton Park District's Music Mondays in Memorial Park concert series. The series, which begins at 6:15 p.m. in the park at 208 W. Union, will continue July 21 with a performance by Serendipity, a female group singing current hits, and July 28 with a performance by 28 Days performing hits from the '70s through today.

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