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Taking Back Sunday headlined at the Paramount Theater (Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington this evening. Taking Back Sunday is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist; John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards; Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist; Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar; and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion. Photo Credit: Steven Sunshine

Photos: Taking Back Sunday performs on LI

Taking Back Sunday performs on Long Island.

Taking Back Sunday headlined at the Paramount Theater
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington this evening. Taking Back Sunday is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist; John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards; Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist; Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar; and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion. Photo Credit: Steven Sunshine

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

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Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

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Taking Back Sunday headlined at the Paramount Theater
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington this evening. Taking Back Sunday is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist; John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards; Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist; Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar; and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion. Photo Credit: Steven Sunshine (Dec.27, 2011)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Taking Back Sunday, who headlined at the Paramount Theater in Huntington Tuesday night, is a rock band originally from Amityville and formed in 1999 by guitarist Eddie Reyes. Adam Lazzara is the lead vocalist, John Nolan is the lead guitar, vocals and keyboards, Eddie Reyes is the group's rhythm guitarist, Shaun Cooper is on bass guitar and Mark O'Connell (who still has ties to Rockville Centre) plays drums/percussion.

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

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Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

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Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens,
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Bayside, a punk rock band from Bayside, Queens, was the third band to play the Paramount Tuesday night. Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Jack O'Shea is the lead guitarist, Nick Ghanbarian is the bassist, and Chris Guglielmo is the drummer.

1776 was the second band to play at
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

1776 was the second band to play at the Paramount Theater Tuesday evening.

1776 was the second band to play at
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

1776 was the second band to play at the Paramount Theater Tuesday evening.

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The band 1776 was the second band to
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

The band 1776 was the second band to play at the Paramount Theater.

1776 was the second band to play at
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

1776 was the second band to play at the Paramount Theater Tuesday night.

Wiretap Crash opened the show Tuesday night at
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Wiretap Crash opened the show Tuesday night at the Paramount Theater in Huntington.

Guitarist Derek Sessions and Wiretap Crash opened the
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Guitarist Derek Sessions and Wiretap Crash opened the show Tuesday night at the Paramount Theater in Huntington.

Singer George Reynolds and Wiretap Crash opened the
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Singer George Reynolds and Wiretap Crash opened the show Tuesday night at the Paramount Theater in Huntington.

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Singer George Reynolds and Wiretap Crash opened the
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Singer George Reynolds and Wiretap Crash opened the show Tuesday at the Paramount Theater in Huntington.

1776 was the second band to play the
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

1776 was the second band to play the Paramount Theater in Hungtington Tuesday night.

The band 1776 was the second band to
(Credit: Photo by Steven Sunshine)

The band 1776 was the second band to play at the Paramount Theater. This is the scene while they were playing.

Wiretap Crash opened and was the first band
(Credit: Photo by Steven Sunshine)

Wiretap Crash opened and was the first band to play at the Paramount Theater in Huntington.

Wiretap Crash opened and was the first band
(Credit: Photo by Steven Sunshine)

Wiretap Crash opened and was the first band to play at the Paramount Theater in Huntington.

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Wiretap Crash opened and was the first band
(Credit: Photo by Steven Sunshine)

Wiretap Crash opened and was the first band to play at the Paramount Theater in Huntington.

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