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The Fleshtones celebrate joy of punk rock
Written by DAVID DUPONT Festival Program Editor   
Tuesday, 06 September 2011 10:51
Peter Zaremba of the Fleshtones
Having denizens of the hard core New York punk scene might seem like an odd fit for the Black Swamp Arts Festival’s Family Stage.
But The Fleshtones’ April show at Grounds for Thought showed their knack for connecting with fans of all ages as they brought youngsters on stage to dance and even play bass, while they cavorted in the crowd.
The seminal garage rock band will follow up their Friday at 8 p.m. show at the festival with a Saturday at 4 p.m. show on the Family Stage.
The Fleshtones were born of pure passion for rock ‘n’ roll. Two of the founding members, Keith Streng and Marek Pakulski, moved into a house in Queens, NY in 1975, and discovered instruments left behind in the basement by previous tenants. They decided to start playing them.
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