The year 2011 is just about over, but there are still two nights of concerts left at Penn's Peak in Jim Thorpe.
On Friday night, The Fabulous Greaseband is back with a concert starting at 8 p.m. Tickets are $17 in advance and $22 on the day of the concert.
On New Year's Eve, it's going to be a rockin' time with Live Wire performing. Live Wire is considered "the world's greatest AC/DC tribute." The party begins at 9 p.m. and tickets are $22 in advance, $27 at the door. This is an "all ages" event.
The Fabulous Greaseband is a seven member "Best of the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's Rock 'n' Roll Party Band."
Their highly entertaining and energetic delivery of the greatest dance songs ever written has kept the group on top for the last thirty years.
The Greaseband performs extensively along the East Coast with their popularity centered between Washington, DC and New York City.
Some of the special events where the Greaseband has performed includes Special Events:
Ÿ President Bush's "Team 100" Inaugural Ball.
Ÿ NFL Winning Team Superbowl Victory Party.
Ÿ Newsweek Magazine's 50th Anniversary Party.
The group has performed with The Beach Boys, The Four Tops, Bruce Springsteen, and many other major acts.
Live Wire offers the most complete and authentic reproduction of AC/DC's sound and stage performance in the world. Live Wire's live show is the most accurate duplication of the original band that AC/DC fans worldwide have come to love.
Established in 2000 and hailing from the New York metro area, Live Wire has performed for audiences around the world including South and Central America, Canada, Europe and all across the United States.
Lead guitarist Paul McGilloway provides the unmistakable guitar sound and outrageous showmanship of the one and only Angus Young, portraying the manic schoolboy with electric intensity. Lead singer Chris Antos unleashes a furious and powerful vocal combination of both Bon Scott and Brian Johnson, giving fans the best of both worlds at a Live Wire show.
The trio of Bill's: Rhythm guitarist Bill Voccia, bass guitarist Bill Bowden and and drummer Billy Rauff hold down the rhythm section, the driving force behind the AC/DC juggernaut of sheer rock 'n roll power and wall of sound.
Live Wire emulates the pure essence, power, and electricity of what an AC/DC show is all about and has proven to audiences time and time again that you can't stop rock 'n roll. High Voltage rock 'n roll at its best.