Definitive '60s & '70s: Rock 'n Roll of the Cultural Revolution
The Beatnik history can be traced back to the steamy coffee shops and poetry dens of Soho, In New York's Greenwich Village. Today, the Beatnik legacy lives on in four young men who adhere to the ideology that music is more than a mere background for our lives.
They perform the music of the 60's & 70's (and 80's, too); with energy and passion that you won't find anywhere. Capturing the essence of the music with their charisma, chemistry and natural talent is why people all over the world are fans of the band.
The Beatniks are a rarity; not often does a band come along that is able to do everything right, but do it to near perfection as well. In true Beatnik tradition, these boys will provide the feel and soul of an era long erased from our calendars, but not from our memories they create the memories of a lifetime.
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The Key Peninsula Civic Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the welfare of the Key Peninsula community and citizens, and encouraging civic consciousness through active participation in constructive projects that will improve the community.
Through these efforts, we strive to foster, protect and promote charitable, literary, youth, educational, civic, social and other activities in the public interest in the area served.
Remember, we do not receive any government or tax funding to support the cost of maintenance and upkeep at the Civic Center and rely solely on rentals, donations, and our fundraisers to cover the expenses of operating the Civic Center.
Winter is an especially difficult time at the Civic Center, as the cost of heating the facility is steep. If you're not able to join us for the Beatniks, but are interested in helping out around here, please register online to become a "Friend of the Key Peninsula Civic Center" - we promise, no Board meetings!!