GREENWICH, CONN. -- Squeaky Clean is bringing its unique blend of music to Roger Sherman Baldwin Park on Wednesday.
The 7:15 p.m. show is sponsored by the Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation.
Squeaky Clean is carefully preserving the legacy of rock and roll’s formative years by performing a unique selection of well-loved songs, familiar to anyone who ever purchased a 45 rpm record or followed the Top 40. The band's authentic look and sound make these old songs sound just as fresh, exciting and vital as they did when they were new.
Suzanne Smithline and Glenn Paul Manion began their musical collaboration in 1974. While attending New York University, they performed as folk singers in nearby Greenwich Village nightspots. Upon graduation, they decided to pursue music as a full-time career.
They formed Squeaky Clean as a rockabilly trio in the style of the Stray Cats and became a regular fixture on the New York City nightclub circuit, performing at many legendary venues, such as CBGBs, Heartbreak, The Red Parrot and the Peppermint Lounge.
Today, the band maintains a busy performing schedule of more than 200 dates a year. Their latest award-winning CD is called “Pull Together” and highlights songs with a theme of unity, cooperation and tolerance. The release features several original compositions, as well as classics such as “Love Train,” “Put A Little Love In Your Heart” and “Everyday People.”
Other upcoming Wednesday night concerts are: The Bearcats Jazz band Aug. 7 and the Swingaholics playing country swing Aug. 14.
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