Classic Rock Revival to play the floating stage

PHOTO PROVIDED Pat Leone, Phil Reeder, Wally Grier and Steve Linn, from left, are Classic Rock Revival.

LOCK HAVEN — Back by popular demand, the boys from Classic Rock Revival (Stonehenge) are ready to rip it up this Sunday on the floating stage.

With musical roots in the area back to the mid ’60s at places like The Fire, Crystal Ship, City Hall, Noah’s Arc, and Assante’s, these guys have been rocking the area for decades! With a fistful of great classic rock tunes, the boys will have the river rockin’.

Band members are Pat Leone on drums, Phil Reeder on bass, and Wally Grier and Steve Linn on guitars, with vocals by all the guys.

The music starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Corman Amphitheatre.

The 2018 City of Lock Haven’s Summer Concert Series is made possible by sponsorships and community donations. Those interested in purchasing a “boat pass” to help support the concerts may contact the city.

The concert series is sponsored by Bear Country Radio WQBR, The Lock Haven Express community newspaper, The Record, Anastos Brothers Auto Sales, Avis Building Supply, Calico Creek Feed and Pet, Central Pennsylvania Auto Auction, Clinton County, Clinton County Community Foundation, Clinton County Economic Partnership and Visitor’s Bureau, Diversified Asset Planners, Dotterer Equipment, First Quality, Gearhart Herr Insurance, Geisinger Jersey Shore, Hear the Birds Hearing Aid Center, Homestead Pools, Jersey Shore State Bank, Keller and Munro Pharmacy, Kliney’s Home Furnishings, Linn Realty, Loggia Giosue Carducci Lodge #146, Murray Motors, Pizza City, Stella A’s Bar and Grill, The Auto Barn, Triple D Truss, UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven, Wayne Township Landfill, and Winner Carpet One, Williamsport.

Members of the Summer Concert Committee include City Council representatives Bill Baney, Rick Conklin and Steve Stevenson; media sponsors Bob Rolley of The Express community newspaper, Dave Stratton of Bear Country Radio and the Good News Magazine; and John Lipez of the Record; and Shawn Carr representing Clinton County. Maria Boileau, Jack Bailey and Leonora Hannagan serve as city staff representatives.

Schedules and magnets are available at the river concerts every Sunday evening and in Triangle Park every Friday evening, as supplies last.

To learn more about the concert series, check the City of Lock Haven’s website at or


- WHO: Classic Rock Revival

- WHEN: 6:30 p.m. Sunday

- WHERE: Corman Amphitheatre and Floating Stage