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Rare Concert Films and Archival Footage!

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Join the WHBPAC at the Westhampton Presbyterian Church for a series of drive-in films from the Bill Shelley Archives! Get a look at rare concert footage from the comfort of your own car (patrons will not be able to get out of their vehicles). Sound is broadcast via FM radio.
Spaces will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis.
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Movies are limited to 40 spots – make sure to reserve your spot now!

The Drive-Up

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The Rolling Stones went through two career defining moments: One was having Mick Taylor as a guitarist, and the other was the inclusion of Ron Wood on guitar during the second half of the 1970s. Together the band picked up the pieces, and along with the songwriting skills of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, made one of the greatest comebacks of that decade. Besides an almost non stop whirlwind tour of Europe and the Unites States, a succession of hit albums included It’s Only Rock And Roll, Goat’s Head Soup, and Some Girls.
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Come and join us as we celebrate the history of The Rolling Stones – Live in rare concert footage during the 1970s and 1980s! Songs include: “Waiting On A Friend”, “Angie”, “Start Me Up”, “It’s Only Rock And Roll”, “Miss You”, “Tumbling Dice”, “Doo Doo Doo Heartbreaker”, “Hot Stuff” and more.
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Produced by Shelley Archives Inc.
Introduction by Bill Shelley
Approx: 100 minutes
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Generously Sponsored by Kathy & Joe Musnicki
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Wed, September 23 | 7:30pm
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Little Richard was the originator of the sound known as Rock and Roll, and along with his pounding, hard driving piano playing, and raspy whoop and holler singing and original songwriting style, Richard Wayne Penniman became the first super star of rock and roll’s first generation. Dressed in flamboyant clothes, androgynous makeup and a pompadour hair style, Little Richard was a high voltage sensation in concerts and on records, with #1 hit songs like “Long Tall Sally”, “Tutti Fruiti”, and more. His music during the 1950s and 1960s integrated teenagers throughout America.
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Drive in as we celebrate the life and career of the sensational Little Richard with a vast collection of rare live concert footage and television performances from all around the world. Songs include “Long Tall Sally”, “Good Golly Miss Molly”, “Lucille”, “Rip It Up”, “Jenny Jenny”, “Tutti Fruiti” and many more.
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Presented by Shelley Archives Inc.
Guest Lecturer: Bill Shelley
Approx: 90 minutes
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Wed, September 30 | 7:30pm
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Throughout time, there have been strong female vocalists who propelled their songs to fame due to their unique talents and charisma. These women could sing all genres, including the Girl Group style, soul, country, rock, pop, ballads and disco. Many wrote their own songs, which helped their road to fame. They owned the record charts and commanded the stage. In the 1960s the recording industry was run by men, but these ladies of rock, pop, and soul, kicked down the doors, crashed the gates, and showed the boys how to make a hit record!
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Among the singers to be featured in this program will be Darlene Love, Janis Joplin, Dusty Springfield, Lesley Gore, Cher, Tina Turner, Donna Summer, The Shangri-La’s, and many more. Crusie down as the women who rock take center stage!
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Presented by Shelley Archives Inc.
Guest Lecturer: Bill Shelley
Approx: 100 minutes
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Mon, October 5 | 7:30pm
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Interested in sponsoring a film? Contact Christine Alford at 631-288-2350 x117
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AAQ / Resource: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects

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