Cars, beaches, dancing and love!

All the best music of the 60's

Perfect for reunions, Corporate and private events, festivals or clubs!


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Denny Warner - Lead vocals/Guitar

Denny's incredible voice range brings to life the great ballads of the sixties like Unchained Melody by the Righteous Brothers and Let it be Me by The Everly Brothers, as well as those great rock songs like Mony Mony by Tommy James and the Shondells, Travelin' Band by Creedence Clearwater Revival, Jand many more classics!  Denny teams with Bassist, Tony Pasadyn to match the dynamic harmonies of Lennon and McCartney, and the Beach Boys.


Quality vocals introduce the best of this awesome 60's performance!

Mike "The Beast" Bestul - Lead guitar/vocals

Mike "The Beast" is a perfect lead guitarist to bring out the detailed energy of those 60's hits and doubles with Lead and backup vocals. His multi-style capability provides original lead riffs ranging from rockabilly to surf to Memphis soul and blues. Mike's attention to detail and equipment brings the absolute cleanest sound around. He is an unabashed "Fender guy". He understands 60's guitar work like no other, and its shows when The Summer of '65 plays. 

Tony Pasadyn- Bass guitar / Vocals

Tony's outstanding musicianship on bass is unmatched whether it's his orchestral qualities on ballads or down and dirty

runs playing rock and roll. Tony brings his lead vocals to those sixties heartbreak songs like Run Around Sue by Dion and Do You Love Me by The Contours, as well as iconic rock songs like Twist and Shout.  Tony blends perfectly with lead vocalist Denny Warner on those memorable Beatles and Beach Boys songs.

MykoMan - Drums / vocals

Myko is the consummate professional and holds down the groove for The Summer of 65 with his amazing drumming skills. Myko has performed in bands all across the NE Ohio area, including several original projects where he showcases his own compositions.  We're thrilled that he drums, sings and contributes a big slice of our energy!