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Air Supply Joins Reggae Heavy Weights For NYC Concert

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News Americas, New York, NY, Fri. June 27, 2014: Famed Australian soft rock duo Air Supply will join a list of reggae heavy weights this weekend for a mega concert in Queens, New York.

Air Supply is among the heavy weight headliners set to perform on Sunday June 29 2014 at ‘Groovin’ In The Park’ at the Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York.

After being signed by music mogul Clive Davis to Arista Records in the mid 80′s, Air Supply went on to score eight Top Ten hits in the United States, including “Making Love Out Of Nothing At All,” “Good Bye,” “Its Never Too Late” and “Lost In Love,” which was named “Song Of The Year” in 1980.

According to Christopher Roberts CEO of Groovin Inc, parent company of ‘Groovin InThe Park,’ “We are very pleased with the early response to the promotion this year. The plan is to step up our efforts in the remaining days to connect with even more reggae and pop music lovers.”

Other stars on the line-up are reggae’s Beres Hammond; Chronixx; L.U.S.T; Marcia Griffiths & friends, John Holt, Judy Mowatt, Bob Andy, Tony Gregory, Tasha T, Ky-enie, Kamsha,

Concert tickets can be purchased online at www.groovininthepark.com.

Air Supply Joins Reggae Heavy Weights For NYC Concert

air-supply

Air Supply

News Americas, New York, NY, Fri. June 27, 2014: Famed Australian soft rock duo Air Supply will join a list of reggae heavy weights this weekend for a mega concert in Queens, New York.

Air Supply is among the heavy weight headliners set to perform on Sunday June 29 2014 at ‘Groovin’ In The Park’ at the Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York.

After being signed by music mogul Clive Davis to Arista Records in the mid 80′s, Air Supply went on to score eight Top Ten hits in the United States, including “Making Love Out Of Nothing At All,” “Good Bye,” “Its Never Too Late” and “Lost In Love,” which was named “Song Of The Year” in 1980.

According to Christopher Roberts CEO of Groovin Inc, parent company of ‘Groovin InThe Park,’ “We are very pleased with the early response to the promotion this year. The plan is to step up our efforts in the remaining days to connect with even more reggae and pop music lovers.”

Other stars on the line-up are reggae’s Beres Hammond; Chronixx; L.U.S.T; Marcia Griffiths & friends, John Holt, Judy Mowatt, Bob Andy, Tony Gregory, Tasha T, Ky-enie, Kamsha,

Concert tickets can be purchased online at www.groovininthepark.com.