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Super Trans AM Revs Up its Motor for 2021 Summit Concert Series

Did you ever want to take a trip back in time where wearing bell bottoms and listening to music such as Queen, The Doobie Brothers, Peter Frampton, and Boston, among other rocking musical acts, was the coolest thing going?

Well, now can you can. Super Trans Am, the most unique and innovative theme band on the scene today, will be playing all of your favorite arena anthems and chart-topping radio hits of the 1970s on Tuesday, July 20th, from 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., as part of the 2021 Hot Summer Concert Series presented by Investors Bank @ the Village Green in Summit, N.J.

For added twists, each band member takes turns with lead vocals throughout the show, and eye-popping, high-tech art videos and stage production pays homage to the era’s one-of-a-kind pop culture.

So, break out your Charlie Angles’ feathered hair style and rock ’em sock ’em robots, and make your way over to a night of funky music next Tuesday.

For more information on the band and for additional performance dates, log onto SuperTransAm.com.

— Jerry Del Priore

Filed under: Concerts, Entertainment, Uncategorized

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Veteran print and digital Sports Writer-Blogger-Reporter-Author experienced in writing in-depth profile stories on a variety of high school, college and professional athletes and teams. I cover all of Brooklyn, among other areas in NYC, New Jersey and Long Island. Additionally, I have developed a presentation based on my book, Running Through Roadblocks, that encourages children to overcome obstacles and never give up…no matter what! Food Writer/Blogger experienced in venue write-ups and reviews. I also own and write for a blog called NYNJEntertainmentEats.com. Book: Running Through Roadblocks: Inspirational Stories of Twenty Courageous Athletic Warroirs Presentation: http://brooklynsportsauthor.blogspot.com/#!/2011/03/running-through-roadblocks-school.html In addition, I have ample experience working with medically fragile children, children with behavioral challenges and children with cognitively impairments.

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