A poster promotes a double bill of Chuck Berry and Bobby Freeman performing at the Hammond Civic Center in the 1960s.
Chris Stalbaum, vocal director of Valparaiso’s Memorial Opera House’s “Shout! The Mod Musical,” has found himself playing a reverse “name that tune” on several occasions in regard to his production.
WJOB radio in Hammond covered news and traffic in the region by air with the station's "news and traffic plane" during the 1960s.
Singer Paul Revere still remembers how he, along with his namesake band Paul Revere and the Raiders, managed to get a guest spot on the popular 1960s campy series "Batman."
Paul Revere and the Raiders are headlining a concert Aug. 25 at the Stardust Events Center at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa, in Michigan City.
Even though Gary has hosted Nostalgia Weekend for 25 years, what's old can also be new, according to Rep. Vernon Smith, one of the event's organizers.
Chicago Radio Legend Dick Biondi as featured in a 1960s autographed promotional photo.
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