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Vandergrift’s Casino Theatre presents ‘Age of Aquarius 3’

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
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The Casino Theatre in Vandergrift will host the “Age of Aquarius 3” concert on May 18. Linda Boarts of the band “First Light” (middle) is on stage with Tim Henry of “Sourmash” (left) and Lenny Collini of “The Love Generation.”
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The Casino Theatre in Vandergrift will host the “Age of Aquarius 3” concert on May 18. Linda Boarts (right) of the band “First Light” sings with Heidi Vokes Oskin of “Heidi and the Hellcats.”
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The Casino Theatre in Vandergrift will host the “Age of Aquarius 3” concert on May 18.
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The Casino Theatre in Vandergrift will host the “Age of Aquarius 3” concert on May 18.
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The Casino Theatre in Vandergrift will host the Age of Aquarius concert on May 18.

The Casino Theatre in Vandergrift is turning back time to the days of peace and love with its “Age of Aquarius 3” and wants everyone to dress the part.

“We dress up for this show, and we invite the audience to do the same,” says one of the performers Linda Boarts, who is with the band “First Light.”

The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. on May 18.

Most of the musicians at this event have other jobs, but they love music, Boarts says.

“You can’t beat seeing live bands,” Boarts says. “Live music is an experience. And we try and work to make this a wonderful experience. We work with talented technicians, so the sound and the lighting are high quality. It’s a really nice show. We are a nice family of musicians.”

The performers

Five groups representing various genres will take the stage.

They are:

First Light: Linda Boarts/vocals, percussion; Dennis DeLuca/guitar,vocals; Robert Pease/keyboard/vocals; Rich Dugan/guitar,vocals;

Sourmash: Tim Henry/guitar, lead vocals; Dave Stanoszek/bass; Matt Knabb/drums; Nick Farine/guitar, backup vocals; Ken Harnish/keyboard, guitar, vocals;

Folkhammer: Dave Franzi/guitar; John Secreto/drums; Ian Secreto/lead vocals; Jay Zanotti/guitar; Eugene Aiello/bass;

Heidi and the Hellcats: Heidi Vokes Oskin/vocals; Jason Oskin/guitar backup vocals; Greg Lewadowski/guitar backup vocals; Dave Zwastetzky/bass,backup vocals; Jason Cribbs/drums;

The Love Generation: Lenny Collini/keyboard, vocals; Jay Zanotti/guitar; Eugene Aiello/bass; John Secreto/drums; Lori Zanotti/vocals; Mia Z/vocals; Letizia Collini/vocals; Drew Bayura/guitar/keyboard.

Tickets are $10.

Details: casinotheatre.org

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 412-320-7889, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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