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Airport 77 Brings Back the 1970's FM Radio Rock to the Linsmore!

Friday September 30th, the Linsmore Tavern (1298 Danforth Ave) is so excited to welcome back, Airport 77 who absolutely killed it when they played last at the Linsmore Tavern! Their last show at the Linsmore was a capacity crowd and one of the best nights ever, so we are so happy to bring them back for a show! Airport 77 will definitely bring down the house, with their very cool and unique set-list that every bar band only dreams of playing! This will not be your typcial cover band playing the same old boring songs! Be prepared for something new, something fun and something that real music fans will love to see!

Greatest Hits ’71-84

Now boarding: Your direct flight to the golden age of FM radio rock, live… no static at all.

Dr. Johnny Fever’s on-air playlist is the point of departure for Airport 77’s veteran six-man crew.

From April Wine to Warren Zevon with stopovers for Bowie, Boz, Joni, Pagliaro, Billy Joel, Elton John, Steely Dan and all points between, Airport 77 soars through every AOR hit and album cut of the 70s and 80s worth a damn.

This is not your ever day band as it features Tony Grace the president of Boomtang Records and founding member of production/remix team The Boomtang Boys ( wrote and produced The HamsterDance Song etc ) and the international jazz outfit, Four80East. Check out this incredible line-up of musicians:

Featuring

Ron Bock (lead vocal/guitar)

Jack Trentman (vocals/guitar)

Ian Taylor (keyboards)

Dave Morrison (bass)

Sean Bryson (drums)

Tony Grace (percussion

Do not miss this night, as it will be one of the BEST night's of music all year at the Linsmore Tavern! There will be a $5 cover charge at the door! The show starts at 9:30pm!


Airport 77 Brings Back the 1970's FM Radio Rock to the Linsmore!

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