Wondrously musical entertainment on its way

March 3, 2014 by  

The Wonder Years, a musical group that took its name from the TV show of the same name, is a Philadelphia-based punk and pop band with hit songs such as ‘Bangarang’ and ‘Emergency and I’. They will be making an appearance in Clifton Park in just a couple of days.

The promoters of this band might have selected poster printing and flyer printing to spread the word about the live concert to this community and those in the surrounding areas.

The band consists of Mikey Kelly on keyboard, Mike Kennedy on drums, Josh Martin on bass, Dan “Snoopy” Campbell as vocalist, and Casey Cavaliere and Matt Brasch on guitars.

They began in 2005 after the previous group Premier parted ways. The new group formed began to perform and, in 2007, after their two split singles were released, they a full-length album named ‘Get Stoked On It’ that was quickly noted by the label No Sleep, which signed the band.

In 2010, they released ‘The Upsides’ and increased their following. Since this time, some of the group have moved on and been replaced by new members, although others have since returned to the band and released a third album entitled ‘Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now I’m Nothing’.

The cost to be there is $16 per person and tickets should be purchased in advance. The Wonder Years will be in concert on Wednesday, March 5, starting at 6:00 pm at the Northern Lights located at 1208 Route 146 in Clifton Park, New York. Tickets can be bought from Ticketmaster.