Music from Another Millennium

The Rock & Roll Relics have performed on behalf of Washington's Oldies Station WBIG (Big 100), and have appeared with
such stars as Bobby Rydell, The Skyliners, The Dell-Vikings, The Spaniels, Larry Chance & The Earls, Willie Winfield &
The Harptones, The Jarmels and The Five Keys. Their travels have taken them to Northern New Jersey, the shores of
the DelMarVa peninsula, Penn State University and West Virginia University where, on September 26, 1998, they
appeared in concert as the opening act for The Beach Boys -- in front of an audience of over 8,000!

The Rock & Roll Relics have released a CD entitled "Don't Quit Your Day Job" which includes 9 original songs (inspired by
the sounds of the fifties and sixties). Three crowd favorites are "Surfin' 2000", "Triple Bogey" and "My Tootsy Roll."
Their original songs have been played on radio stations in Virginia, Florida and Massachusetts, and have been featured on
"The Vintage Vehicle Show", a television program seen on the PAX network in western Washington state, British Columbia
(Canada), and southern California.

This talented group of musicians concentrates on reproducing the sounds of the songs we grew up with. With all four
singing as well, they are able to produce a wide variety of styles from the sweet sound of streetcorner doo-wop, to the
exciting '60s sounds of The Beatles, Beach Boys and The Mamas & The Papas. Authentic in look and in sound, The Rock
& Roll Relics will turn any event into an exciting, memorable and fun-filled occasion. Contact The Rock & Roll Relics today
and find out how they can make your next event a rousing success!

The Rock & Roll Relics are one of the premier oldies musical
acts in the Mid-Atlantic region. They have performed at
numerous nightclubs, restaurants, casinos, classic car events,
festivals, high school reunions, civic and community events
such as Laurel's Independence Day Festival, City of Bowie
Summer Concerts, Montgomery Village Lawn Theatre, Celebrate
Frederick Concert Series, Pottstown Pennsylvania's 250th
Anniversary Celebration and Easton's Old Tyme July 4th
Celebration; for our service men and women at Andrews and
Bolling Air Force Bases and at Fort Belvoir; at major events
like Lead East, Gaithersburg Graffiti, The Wildwood Doo Wop
Festival, Ocean City's Endless Summer Cruisin' and Ocean City
Cruisin', The Big M Spring Bash, and for such organizations as
The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, The Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation, The Life Is Good Kids' Foundation and
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
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