On August 15, the Nesconset Community gathered for the last summer concert of the series. The headlining band was 45 RPM, who played songs from the 1970’s. To mark the ending of the summer series, the 4th Precinct Police Explorers presented as a Color Guard. Kicking things off was Madison McNally, of Centereach High School, who sang the national anthem.
45 RPM then brought Nesconset back to the 1970’s, “before everyone had iTunes,” and the only portable device was your AM/FM radio. They played the songs that represent American popular culture.
“This was a remarkable way to end the summer series, 45 RPM is such a great band, their music takes me back to my younger days,” said Legislator Leslie Kennedy of Smithtown. “I want to thank Guy Gourlay and the Police Explorers for presenting the colors this evening, and I would like to thank Madison McNally for singing our National Anthem. I would also like to thank Christine DeAugustino and the Nesconset Chamber of Commerce for organizing an excellent Summer Concert Series, I look forward to next years concerts!”