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fred ungureit fred ungureit from prescott,az. wrote on December 10, 2019 at 9:38 pm:
Hi- My Name is Fred Ungureit and I am originally from Tunkhannock,Pa. In the late 50's I formed a R@R band named the Astronauts and in 1961 the bands name was changed to the Cyclones. We palyed at various venues in and around Wyoming Co. and - we were the first R@R band in Wyoming Co. The Wyoming Co. Historical Society has received a donation of our base drum and a music stand which they display in their museum however being teenagers and not thinking about the future we did not take any pictures of the band . Now as a 76 year old senior I am trying to possibly locate a picture that might have been taken--- the reason I am contacting you is that on June 19th 1962 our band played at a big R@R show and dance at Sandy Beach. The Dance and show was promoted on... Read more
Hi- My Name is Fred Ungureit and I am originally from Tunkhannock,Pa. In the late 50's I formed a R@R band named the Astronauts and in 1961 the bands name was changed to the Cyclones. We palyed at various venues in and around Wyoming Co. and - we were the first R@R band in Wyoming Co. The Wyoming Co. Historical Society has received a donation of our base drum and a music stand which they display in their museum however being teenagers and not thinking about the future we did not take any pictures of the band . Now as a 76 year old senior I am trying to possibly locate a picture that might have been taken--- the reason I am contacting you is that on June 19th 1962 our band played at a big R@R show and dance at Sandy Beach. The Dance and show was promoted on the major radio station in the area WARM the mighty 590 and attended by one of their New D.J.'s Terry McNulty--The show part featured Danny and the Juniors who in 1958 had the #1 song in the USA which is often heard to this day "At The Hop". We also had a new singer from Hazelton named Eddie Rambeau who had a song on the local charts which was being promoted by WARM- the dance and show had a good turnout and I think we had approx 500 plus people- I know this was just a 1 night show and I believe the owner of S.B. was named Mr. Slomowitz or something close to that- during the balance of the summer of 1962 we played at a family park ouside Scranton on the Morgan Manor Highway Our band broke up in the fall of 1962 since 3 or us had College commitments outside the N.E. Pa. area. - If you have in your archives any record or pictures of this event you would truly be a Santa to this senior's Christmas by locating anything and I could forward the same to the Historical Society who along with me is trying to obtain a photo to make the display complete. Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this and please respond if you will one way or the other about any possible results or questions you may have With much gratitude , Fred