Thursday, June 25, 2009

The Buckinghams set to perform in Watertown, NY on July 25th with Gary Puckett, Three Dog Night in Concert to Benefit DPAO



Three Dog Night

Gary Puckett


Saturday, July 25, 2009 ~ 7 PM
Watertown Fairgrounds Arena

Ticket Prices:
$44 Reserved (Floor or Bleacher)
$38 Reserved (Floor)
$30 General Admission


Jessica Cain of WWNY TV7 in Watertown, NY included the Classic Rock show featuring Three Dog Night, Gary Puckett, and The Buckinghams in her feature on Jun 21, 2009

about the opening of the DPAO summer concert series.

The Disabled Persons Action Organization summer concert series kicked off at the Watertown Fairgrounds Sunday.

The Fabulous Thunderbirds and the Double Barrel Blues Band played at the arena...

The D.P.A.O. summer concert series continues July 25 with Three Dog Night, Gary Puckett, and The Buckinghams.

On August 8, The Laurie Berkner Band will perform.

Billy Currington and Craig Morgan are set to perform on August 15.

American Fest at Sportsman's Park in Cicero, IL, This Weekend

On Sunday, June 28th, The Buckinghams will take the stage at 8:30 pm until 10 pm at the American Fest at Sportman's Park. The Beatles Tribute Band, "American English" will open the Festival on Friday night, on Saturday, Chicago rockers The Ides of March will perform, and Sunday's performance by The Buckinghams will highlight the conclusion of the annual festival. The event is sponsored by Cicero town President, Larry Dominick.

Chicago Cheap Thrills Examiner Reporter Robin Zimmerman gives details in her story from June 23rd, online at

This year's event is the 5th annual Cicero's American Fest, located at 34th Street and Laramie Avenue. Admission is free, and Fireworks will be launched at the conclusion of the performance by The Buckinghams, in celebration of American pride.

Band info:
8:30-10:00 The Buckinghams
For the past two and a half decades, The Buckinghams have successfully toured the nation with their signature pop music featuring founding members Carl Giammarese (lead vocals) and Nick Fortuna (bass and vocals). Hear Chicago's very own singing their Top 10 smashes, "Hey Baby' (They're Playing Our Song), "Susan", "Kind of A Drag", "Don't You Care", "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" and more.

For more on the Cicero Festival, including info on carnival rides, craft and food booths, go to
The event includes free admission and parking. For more information, call 708-656-3600.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Chicago Rockers Come to Town for Freedom Fest

In today's Pioneer Press, Franklin Park Herald Journal, Oak Park, IL, and the Elm Leaves Edition, check out Chuck Fieldman's story. A bit of it is excerpted here. For the full story, go to,elmwood-park-chicago60s-062509-s1.article

Chicago rockers come to town for Freedom Fest

June 23, 2009

The live entertainment scheduled for July 3 at Elmwood Park's Freedom Fest certainly offers a trip down memory lane, especially for baby boomers who spent hours listening to radio hits of the 1960s.

Two of the Chicago area bands of that era are on the July 3 bill at Elmwood Park High School, 8201 W. Fullerton Ave. The Ides of March, featuring Jim Peterik, are scheduled to perform at 7 p.m., followed by The Buckinghams, featuring Carl Giammarese, at 9:30 p.m.

The Buckinghams, with original members Giammarese on lead vocals and Nick Fortuna on bass and vocals, had a run of national and local hits in 1967-68.

The band's first hit, "King of a Drag," went to No. 1 on the national charts and was followed by the likes of "Don't You Care," "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy," "Susan," "Back in Love Again" and "Hey Baby (They're Playing Our Song)."

"We play all the hits in our show along with some of the (old) album cuts and some new songs," Giammarese said. "We also do some of the '60s songs we like by other bands."

For Ides of March Leader Jim Peterik, writing and singing the 1966 radio hit "You Wouldn't Listen" when he was 15 years old was only the beginning of a very successful career in music.
As for playing in Elmwood Park with The Buckinghams, (Jim) Peterik is looking forward to once again seeing some old friends.

"We're each other's biggest fans," he said. "There was always a competition during the '60s between all of the bands from the area, including The Buckinghams and us, but it was a very friendly competition. Even now, I think we put on our strongest shows when we're with (The Buckinghams)."

And, Peterik added, it's likely that members of the Ides of March will return to the stage at the end of the Buckinghams' show for "a jam."

Show Details
Friday, July 3 bill
Elmwood Park High School
8201 W. Fullerton Ave.
The Ides of March, featuring Jim Peterik, are scheduled to perform at 7 p.m., followed by the Buckinghams, featuring Carl Giammarese, at 9:30 p.m.

Souvenir Concert Program from Leland, NC

Justin Williams, Founder of Carolina Marketing Company and Publisher of North Brunswick Magazine, headed the Media operations for the June 20th concert. He and his team created this collectible souvenir program.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

George Murray, Bruce Brown, and the NB Chamber Event Committee with The Buckinghams, Dance to the Music; Bruce's Videos & Justin Williams' Photographs

Pictured here are Marge and Bruce Brown, cybervideographers and media marvels.

Bruce Brown's blogs feature timely posts and exciting next-day video from last night's blockbuster concert at Odell Williamson Auditorium in Bolivia, NC. For the whole story on last night's spectacular, go to

As the concert drew to a close, North Brunswick's event committee were invited to participate in the band's "Dance to the Music" number. First, with George Murray on tambourine, Carl Giammarese invited the event committee onstage and one committee member knew to add "more cowbell" to the song for a sure-fire success.

Find it on YouTube at

The publicity for this show was truly outstanding, thanks in large measure to Bruce Brown's blogging and the outstanding media creations of Justin Williams' North Brunswick Magazine, with both the current issue cover and the Special Buckinghams Collectors Cover. Read the story by Marybeth G. Cale, in the summer issue of North Brunswick magazine at For information about obtaining a souvenir copy, go to

Justin was so busy taking photos for the Fall issue of North Brunswick Magazine that he didn't have time to join the committee on stage. All part of the media business, capture the moments as they happen.

And, Justin's summer issue features not only The Buckinghams, but a profile by Hilary Brady on Leland's king of social media, Bruce Brown. Read the story here:

Justin and his team produced a souvenir concert program that was snapped up by concert patrons as prized collectibles. Congratulations and thanks to the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce, Terry Grillo, Executive Director, and for the committee members: George Murray, Phyllis Murray, Sheila Hanby, Justin Williams, Charlie Rivenbark, Dana Fisher, Randy Rhodes, Brenda Bozeman, Victor Pearsall, and George Patterson for an outstanding event for the North Brunswick Chamber.

Thanks to Ben Brown of The State Port Pilot and John Staton of the Wilmington Star-News for their pre-concert event articles and to Bill Norman of WNMB Radio, AM Stereo 900 and James "Foxx" Reddish of KOOL 103.1 FM for their great on-air radio promotion that made the Chamber's Concert Weekend a great success.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Bruce Brown's Blog features The VIP Party at Murray Art & Frame, Leland, NC

The great folks in Leland, NC and the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce know how to throw a VIP Party. Chamber president George Murray, and his wife Phyllis, were hosts for the Chamber's VIP party and concert weekend featuring The Buckinghams, in concert on June 20th. Chamber Senior VP and realtor, Bruce Brown, captured some of the fun last night in pictures.

Guests enjoy the fun at the VIP Party, Murray Art & Framing

On Friday, June 19th, George and Phyllis Murray of Murray Art and Frame hosted their 2nd annual VIP Party for sponsors and guests prior to the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce's Concert Weekend. Pictured are Nick, Carl, and George Murray.

Go to Bruce's blog for the full photos and report.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Ben Brown's State Port Pilot Story in the PortFolio Section

There's no question that North Carolina hosts some of most talented artists and writers around. One example is a story in this week's State Port Pilot newspaper. The link is found at Here's a visual of the story, but please visit their web site to read the full article.

Banner for The Buckinghams' Upcoming Concert on June 20th Showcased

From, Bruce Brown's post of Tuesday, June 16, 2009

What's This? The Buckinghams in concert this Saturday? Wow!!
Guess something must be going on. Saw this banner above Murray Art & Frame in Leland today. That site is the scene of the VIP Party Friday night, the night before Saturday's concert by The Buckinghams

The concert will be at Odell Williamson Auditorium at Brunswick Community College at 7PM. The VIP party is also going to be a blast!

For more info or just to get tickets quick, call (910) 371-3833.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

In Today's Wilmington Star News Paper, John Staton interviews Carl Giammarese

The Music Column: '60s pop icons The Buckinghams find a new career as nostalgia merchants

By John Staton

Published: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at 8:26 a.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at 8:26 a.m.

It says something about the power of pop music that a band can have a viable career more than 40 years after its salad days have passed. But like many bands from the 1960s who rocketed to fame and just as quickly faded into semi-obscurity, The Buckinghams continue to tour and attract audiences with nostalgic, feel-good songs.

Read John Staton's full story at

Want to go?
Who: The Buckinghams
When: 7 p.m. June 20
Where: Odell Williamson Auditorium, 50 College Road N.W. on the campus of Brunswick Community College, just off U.S. 17 between Bolivia and Supply
Tickets: $25 (concert only). $45 includes VIP seating and a Friday, June 19, reception with original Buckinghams Carl Giammarese and Nick Fortuna at Murray Art & Frame in Leland.
Details: 371-3833, or

A horn- and organ-driven Chicago-based pop act that scored a No. 1 hit in 1967 with the undeniably catchy, ruminative "Kind of a Drag," The Buckinghams will play a concert Saturday at Odell Williamson Auditorium. The show is a fundraiser for the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce. the full story at the link above.

John Staton: 343-2343
On @StarNewsPlay

Carl Giammarese interviewed by Danny Lake May 27, 2009

Popular WLS-AM radio DJ, Danny Lake was filling in for Dick Biondi during Memorial Day week, May 27th and interviewed Carl Giammarese in advance of the great Chicago Hitmakers concert weekend.

Listen to Danny's Interview with Carl here. It was the anniversary of The Buckinghams' appearance on Dick Clark's American Bandstand.

Danny invites you to join him on WLS every weekend:

"I invite you to listen to my NEW radio show the Saturday Night Party every Saturday night from 7 PM until midnight. I'll see you around the neighborhood!"

If you want to make a request, send it to Danny now at Or you can call him during the show at 312-922-TRUE (8783). Listen online at

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Jubilee2's Tribute to Carl Giammarese, Nick Fortuna, Tom Scheckel, Bob Abrams, and Bruce Soboroff

Sheryl, aka Jubilee2 on YouTube, assembled a nice video tribute to The Buckinghams with the background of the 1960s classic, "Hey Baby, They're Playing Our Song".

In over a year, the video has had 25,000 views. The Buckinghams were named "The Most Listened to Band in America" in 1967 by Billboard Magazine. These pictures can be found on The Buckinghams' official web site, and the original video on YouTube can be found at

Monday, June 15, 2009

Legacy Recording Releases 1960s Songs by The Buckinghams, Available Now for Digital Download

From a blog post today, the "Live On Music" site,

we're reminded that Sony/Legacy Recording has included music from The Buckinghams in their current digital reissue project. Three albums from The Buckinghams' time with Columbia Records are now available for digital download. Those who find mp3s on Amazon can go there from this site (click on the Amazon mp3 ad logo); they're also available on iTunes. If you want digital remakes of some of your favorite songs on vinyl by The Buckinghams, it's a great chance to download some or all of them.

...from the "Live On Music" site, the Legacy press release follows:

Legacy Recordings Launches Major Digital Reissue Initiative

Legacy Recordings, the world’s premier catalog music label, has opened its vaults to create the Legacy Digital Reissue initiative, making an incredible selection of classic albums and deep catalog rarities available for the first time in the digital realms.

Drawing from the vast resources of the Sony Music archives, spanning the entire history of commercial recordings, the ongoing Legacy Digital Reissue program offers music fans an opportunity to rediscover old favorites, experience forgotten musical rarities, and explore an incomparably rich variety of genres, artists and sounds from the last 125 years.

Legacy Digital releases are being made available through all major digital service providers.

“The digital realm offers an unprecedented opportunity for Legacy to delve deep into its vast catalog, offering pristine state-of-the-art digital releases catering to every music fan and every musical taste, from the esoteric to the mainstream,” said Adam Block, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Legacy Recordings.

“We’re proud and excited to be able to keep all this great music alive and thriving in the 21st century, making it available to long-time fans and new listeners alike.”

The Legacy Digital initiative is making its catalog titles available on an ongoing basis, with new releases appearing online every month.

Legacy Digital titles in the current release cycle (May/June 2009) include:

The Buckinghams
The Chicago-based Buckinghams were an enormously popular and inescapable presence on American radio from 1965 to 1968 with a string of Top 10 hits including “Don’t You Care” (#6), “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” (#5), “Hey Baby, They’re Playing Our Song” (#10) and 1967’s #1 signature breakout “Kind of a Drag.” Legacy is digitally releasing Time and Charges (1967), Portraits (1967) and In One Ear and Gone Tomorrow (1968), originally recorded by The Buckinghams for Columbia Records.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

A Blast from the Past--The Buckinghams' Old 60s Coats

Remember when? Remember when Nehru jackets were cool and the coats with the big Edwardian collars were in? Here's a YouTube segment filmed 2 years ago that shows a coat worn by Carl Giammarese and Nick Fortuna back in the 60s Buckinghams' days.

Thanks to smctopia for capturing this on YouTube

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Ever Heard "Kind of a Drag" on the Ukelele? Check this out.

It's not every day that an aspiring young musician receives a Roy Smeck ukelele instead of a dreamed-about drum kit and is told that it would be great to learn music on the uke. The uke fell into the 'disdained' category and remained there safely until some 40 years later, a new appreciation for both the ukelele and a musician, Kharmachanic, who has mastered same was discovered on YouTube. In the department of "you just can't make this stuff up," here's "Kind of a Drag," a number one hit for The Buckinghams, on the uke. Enjoy.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Bruce Brown Knocks the Cover Off the Ball--Another Home Run!

In the heart of eastern North Carolina, The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce has a secret weapon in multimedia real estate broker Bruce Brown, recently elected to a Chamber Sr. VP post. It's just good business to stay current with the times, and this YouTube video is a great example of the enthusiasm and potential of the 17th fastest-growing city in the on the five-minute video and enjoy.

To follow Bruce's posts regularly, check out and sign up.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

North Brunswick Magazine Summer 2009 Issue Now Available

The Summer issue of North Brunswick Magazine, published by Carolina Marketing Company, is now being distributed on the eastern Carolina coast and includes a new feature story on The Buckinghams, written by Marybeth G. Cale. Story link is found at All Buckinghams' fans should visit this link to get a Special Collectors Cover of the NBM as a limited number of covers are available.

Get Your Buckinghams Special Collectors Cover. Only 250 Available! Click Here:

With The Buckinghams Back on the Carolina Coast, Ever Youthful, Showing 60 is the New 40

Story by Marybeth G. Cale

The power of good music. How is it that a single song or guitar riff can transport us back to an entirely different period of our lives? All it takes is a certain melody in the background and there we are, back at the high school prom or dancing on our wedding day or driving around in our first car. Great music is a real art form — bringing emotions to the surface and transforming our world for a moment in time. And fantastic music goes so far beyond that moment. The true artists in the music world create sustainable, timeless pieces that appeal to the masses. Great music gets children out on the dance floor and encourages the sick to smile — it helps each of us live our lives more fully.

This kind of power that music has in our lives is nowhere more evident than in the “oldies” phenomenon. The songs of an era that exemplify agelessness illustrate a mastery of songwriting and involve harmonies that engage everyone who is listening. Sure, there is power in numbers — the “baby boomers” obviously make up a huge part of the population (especially here in southeastern North Carolina) — but there is more to the ongoing success of “oldies” songs than the volume of people who grew up during the time when that music was first hitting the scene. There is a mystique about the “oldies” — the songs make all of us feel a little younger and a lot more free-spirited. The songs have energy, excitement and an innocence that we all yearn for.

On June 20 at Odell Williamson Auditorium, the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce will give us a unique opportunity to enjoy that special spirit of those old-time songs when The Buckinghams perform.

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As the revolutionary group who first made “the horn rock band” sound famous in the 1960s, The Buckinghams have worked tirelessly ever since to make music that has universal appeal. From their hits like “Kind of a Drag” to band leader Carl Giammarese’s favorite, “Don’t You Care,” The Buckinghams were catapulted into success as they became one of the centerpieces of the 1960s American music scene. With their regular appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show and concert tours alongside other musical greats such as Neil Diamond and Sonny and Cher (among countless others), The Buckinghams really captured the spirit of that era. And, they continue to do so today with hectic tour schedules and the recent release of a new album, “Reaching Back,” which has already become incredibly popular among their fan base, including first, second and even third generation followers.

Carl Giammarese, co-founder of The Buckinghams with Nick Fortuna, took some time away from his ever-busy schedule to speak with me about their journey so far. Admittedly, I was quite star-struck when he first answered the phone — but as he shared his story with modesty, humor and a sense of purpose, I became more awe-struck at the achievements of this man and the rest of his band.

“When I started high school,” he explains, “I thought I’d be a commercial artist or an automobile designer. I actually went to a specific high school in Chicago to prepare me for automotive design.” Giammarese pauses now and again, clearly feeling grateful for how things evolved in his life. “I guess I had started playing guitar at about the time I was 13 – I kept getting more and more involved, listening to a broad spectrum of music that ranged from Howie Roberts, Coltrane and other jazz players to Elvis and the rock groups. I never imagined I could make a career of it. But once the British Invasion took place, I knew that this was what I wanted to do — to create music and excitement around that music.

“All of a sudden I was going from playing guitar as a fun hobby to a career that took off. It was overwhelming, really — we were all young and went from playing around Chicago to getting invitations to play throughout the country. It really changed everything,” Giammarese shares.

When I ask what it is like to have attained such national fame, Giammarese chuckles and says, “For those who want to go into the music business I say, ‘Become a doctor’.” And then, with a palpable joy in his voice he goes on, “Seriously, there is nothing greater than making your life’s work about what you love. I have been so fortunate to do just that — and there are so many sacrifices we have all had to make, but we have all enjoyed every moment along the way. We don’t really socialize much since we are rehearsing so much, but we really have a good time being together and that helps keep it all strong.”

So, that was the perfect segue for me to ask the inevitable question in a dialogue with any baby-boomer: Are there any forthcoming retirement plans? And to that, he began to tell me more about the motto of The Buckinghams — “60 is the new 40.”

“For us”, he says, “we are still having a great time. I would have thought it was crazy, back in the day, to play for this long. Now I hope I won’t retire for a very long time, as long as I can do it with the quality that we’ve had all along. I certainly don’t want to be the last one to leave the party — I hope someone will tell me if I’m embarrassing myself!” he says with a charming, self-deprecating humor.

“When I need a rider built into a concert contract to build ramps that might not only get expensive, but if we need caregivers, we might need to consider ourselves done! Seriously, though, 60 really is the new 40. People are living longer because they are taking good care of themselves — and the music is all about helping people stay young and feel good and happy.”

And that was the part that made me go from star-struck to awe-struck. Here is a group who has used their talents to give people happiness and a sense of well-being in their lives.

George Murray, owner of Murray Art and Frame in Leland and chair of the Concert Committee for the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce, seems to agree.
“The 60s music is about relationships, love and having a good free spirit about things, and I think that’s what baby boomers remember — a lot of time for friends to get together and listen to some great tunes and have fun,” says Murray. “That is what The Buckinghams are all about.”

Murray went on to describe the deliberate philosophical decision of the business community to develop this type of event for the community.
“The concert tradition of the chamber started last year when we invited Steve Boone, a friend of mine and a Waterford resident to perform for the area with his band, The Lovin’ Spoonful,” says Murray. “There was a party on the Friday evening before the concert for VIP ticket holders at Murray Art and Frame – 250 people came – and then the next day we all enjoyed the concert. It was so much fun, bringing the oldies songs to our area. We immediately started talking about 2009.”

“One of my favorite bands from that period is The Buckinghams,” says Murray, “so I looked at their website, emailed Carl, got their agent’s address, started correspondence, formed a committee and forged ahead. So many 60s bands are still touring. I was so excited to find out that The Buckinghams were part of that group. I looked at their videos and was very impressed that they are very much a show band. It’s incredible how they have stood the test of time.”

Murray, a board member for the chamber, continues: “We’re hoping to get a sellout crowd at 1,500.”

Without a doubt, everyone who attends The Buckinghams concert, regardless of age, will be transported to those light-hearted days of the ’60s. We all need that now more than ever, don’t we?

See the Buckinghams
The VIP tickets for The Buckinghams show on June 20 are $45 per person and include the VIP party at Murray Art & Frame on Friday, June 19 as well as preferred seating at the concert on Saturday. Carl Giammarese and Nick Fortuna are slated to attend the VIP party. NBM readers are encouraged to buy their VIP tickets early to guarantee entry to meet Carl and Nick for photos and autographs. CDs will be available that night and again after the concert. A general admission ticket for the concert costs $25 per person. Contact George Murray at Murray Art and Frame at (910) 371-3833 for tickets or more information. Or contact the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce office, (910) 383-0553, or the Odell Williamson Auditorium, (910) 755-7416.

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North Brunswick Magazine is published by Carolina Marketing Company, LLC. Copyright 2005-2009 Carolina Marketing Company, LLC. Thanks to publisher Justin Williams for permission to include the story here.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

North Brunswick Chamber Concert Committee Members' Rendition of "Don't You Care" Makes Internet Debut

The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Concert Event Committee, meeting last night for their annual fundraiser event, shows enthusiasm, heart and spirit, as they perform their rendition of The Buckinghams' 1967 hit, "Don't You Care?"

For the full story, visit Bruce Brown's blog, Being Bruce, at this link and get the scoop about the 17th-fastest growing community in America, Leland, NC.

If you're in the Leland, NC area this weekend, check out Bruce's blog for chances to win tickets to The Buckinghams' June 20th show. Thanks to Bruce and the committee for being the heart of rock and roll. Look for the latest issue of North Brunswick Magazine around town this weekend and in the mail. Justin Williams promises readers great surprises. Updates to follow.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Chad M. Wharton and friends' version of "Susan" by The Buckinghams

A creative and enthusiastic video has been posted on YouTube for a year now and garnered over 25,000 views; excellent example of how The Buckinghams' music endures in popularity for 2 generations. Enjoy watching:

Chad Wharton's original YouTube Link is:

The Buckinghams Sing "Don't You Care" on the PBS Special "60s Pop Rock Reunion"

Here's a video for The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Event Committee to practice singing along with The Buckinghams on "Don't You Care"

The Buckinghams - Don't You Care

The original link for the video is on, found at

Sea Coast Realty broker Bruce Brown will visit the NBCC later today at Murray Art and Frame in Waterford, NC and film the event committee in action. Congratulations to new Chamber of Commerce officers: President George Murray, Sr. Vice President Bruce Brown, Secretary Dana Fisher, Treasurer Sheila Hanby, and directors Donna Cameron, Mike Leggett, Jay Merritt, Franklin Rouse, Frank Williams, and Executive Director Terry Grillo, who will serve the NBCC well in the coming year.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Dana Fisher Talks About VIP Sponsorships for June 20th NBCC Concert

VIP Sponsorships Going Fast for North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Event

Bruce Brown, videographer, historian, and Sea Coast Realty Broker in Leland, North Carolina, visits with Dana Fisher, on the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Event Committee. A few VIP sponsorships are available but must be secured by Friday, June 4th for your business to be included in the Evening's Concert Program Booklet.

For more VIP sponsorship information, contact Event Committee Chair, George Murray, at at 910-371-3833. VIP sponsors receive tickets to the VIP party at Murray Art & Frame on Friday, June 19th, as well as Saturday's 7 pm concert at Odell Williamson Auditorium. VIP tickets, independent of sponsorship, are going fast.

Charlie Rivenbark is Totally Pumped about The Buckinghams' Concert June 20th

Bruce Brown, Sea Coast Realty broker in Leland, North Carolina, captures the excitement of members of The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce as they anticipate The Buckinghams' concert on June 20th.

For more videos about The Buckinghams' Chamber concert, check out Bruce Brown's posts at

North Brunswick Chamber Members Anticipate The Buckinghams' Concert

Bruce Brown, Primo Blogger, Found the Missing Buckinghams' Tapes

The busy Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Realty broker located his missing video footage excerpted from the busy North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Concert Planning Committee Meeting. Watch Bruce's update here:

Read Bruce's updates at

North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Anticipates Sellout for June 20th Concert

North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce concert features The Buckinghams

LELAND, NC — The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a concert the weekend of June 20 featuring The Buckinghams.

The weekend’s events begin with a party for VIP ticket holders Friday night, June 19 at Murray Art & Frame. The concert will be held Saturday, June 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Community College.

VIP tickets are $45 each and general admission is $25 per ticket. Because Chamber officials anticipate a sellout, those interested in attending should purchase tickets in advance.

For more information on tickets and sponsorships, visit or call the Chamber office at 910-383-0553.

Post written by Administrator - Original post published May 4, 2009 at:

Info from The Leland Tribune for June 20th Concert with The Buckinghams

North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce concert features The Buckinghams (5/4/2009)

LELAND, NC — The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a concert the weekend of June 20 featuring The Buckinghams.

The weekend’s events begin with a party for VIP ticket holders Friday night, June 19 at Murray Art & Frame. The concert will be held Saturday, June 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Community College.

VIP tickets are $45 each and general admission is $25 per ticket. Because Chamber officials anticipate a sellout, those interested in attending should purchase tickets in advance.

For more information on tickets and sponsorships, visit or call the Chamber office at 910-383-0553.

Original story posted at: