October 22, 2020

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downtown.

Pinnella, a Manasquan na-
tive, has been making a name
for himself in the classical
crossover world. He’s also
sung around the world as

member of the Trans Siberian
Orchestra. His uncle is Mi-
chael Pinnella 0f Symphony X,
and he’ll be on stage in Asbury
Park, too.

“For a lot of the songs, I’ll
also tell the story of the song
and how he wrote it,” Pinnella

said.

The Who return

The Who is coming back to
J ersey.
The classic rockers have

announced a J uly 22 date at
Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic

City. The show is part of a

limited “Tommy and More”
run that includes a residency

this summer in Las Vegas.

Tickets, $49.50 to $154.50, go
on sale 11 am. today through
Ticketmaster. One dollar from
each ticket sold will go to Teen
Cancer America.

The Who, featuring original
members Pete Townshend and
Roger Daltrey, played the Pru-
dential Center in Newark last
March.

Visit B0ardwalkhall.c0m for

more info on the Atlantic City
show.

Hail, Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry, the Father of
rock ’n’ roll, passed away on

March 18.
Many of accounts of his life

recall the legend as a genius of

music who was always focused
on the putting on a great show,

and getting paid for the show.

Yet, the J ersey Shore’s Pe-
ter Scherer and Gordon Brown

saw a different side of Berry