Kinderhook TwentyTen Rockin' Again with The Southern Cross Band
KINDERHOOK, the homegrown New Jersey country rock band of the 1970s that changed local live band music into a rocking New Jersey club scene comes back to the Jersey Shore with another legendary New Jersey band, the Southern Cross Band on Sunday August 1, 2010 at The Headliner in Neptune, NJ.
Kinderhook Creek began in1973 and developed a loyal following that insured a full house for 70s and 80s venues- Widow Brown's, Dodds, The Final Exam, A Joint in the Woods, Osprey, Stone Pony -throughout the metropolitan area and Jersey shore. Originating an eclectic style of accoustics and three-part harmonies, Kinderhook held their own with the likes of Poco and the Eagles, opening for countless musical greats such as Richie Havens, Jefferson Starship, Conway Twitty, The Outlaws, David Bromberg, Seals and Crofts, Joan Jett, Commander Cody among others. At the 1975 Schaeffer Music Festival in Central Park, Kinderhook played for 25,000 people as an opening act for Poco and have been dubbed the greatest unsigned band of their time. Kinderhook includes original band members Yuri Turchyn, vocals, violin and guitar; Andy Fediw, vocals and bass guitar; Jerry Kopychuk, vocals and guitar; Craig Barry, vocals and drums; John Greenaway, guitar; John Korba, vocals and piano.
The Southern Cross Band played the most popular southern rock hits during the 1970s throughout New Jersey southern New York state, Westchester County, Long Island and Connecticut packing houses five nights a week sharing stages with the Marshall Tucker Band, The Outlaws, Henry Paul Band, 38 Special, and Rossington Collins Band. SCB band members include Sonny Prewitt, guitar; Joe Prewitt vocals,
The Southern Cross Band comes on stage from 3 to 4:30 p.m. and then Kinderhook takes the stage from 5:30-8 p.m.
1401 State Rt 35 South
Neptune, NJ 07753-5215
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|