The Urge performs at the Floating Stage Sunday


LOCK HAVEN — The Urge will perform on Sunday, July 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the J. Doyle Corman Amphitheater and Floating Stage.

Formed in 1987, The Urge still maintains three original members: Howard Briggs on guitar, Gino Lundy on guitar and lead vocals and Rusty Bottorf on drums. The current lineup includes David Iris on keys and Steve Houser on Bass.

At the height of their popularity, The Urge played with acts including Meatloaf, Ziggy Marley and The Ocean Blue. Playing a mix of classic alternative rock from the 80s through today, The Urge is a must see. From the Beatles to U2 and everything in between they do it all.

The 2019 City of Lock Haven’s Summer Concert Series is sponsored by Bear Country Radio WQBR, Lock Haven Express, The Record, Anastos Brothers Auto Sales, The Auto Barn, Avis Building Supply, BryerTech Construction, Calico Creek Feed & Pet, Clinton County, Clinton County Community Foundation, Clinton County Economic Partnership & Visitor’s Bureau, Diversified Asset Planners, Dotterer Equipment, First Quality, Homestead Pools, Horizon Credit Union, Jersey Shore State Bank, Keller & Munro Pharmacy, Lock Haven Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #4298, Pizza City, River Valley Internet, Stella A’s Bar & Grill, UPMC Susquehanna Health.

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

Schedules and magnets are available at the concerts in Triangle Park and every Sunday concert at the floating stage as supplies last. To learn more about the 2019 Summer Concert Series, check the City of Lock Haven’s website at www.lockhavenpa.gov.