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Eddie Kern, of North Babylon, plays bass in (Credit: Amanda Douville)

Eddie Kern, of North Babylon, plays bass in Shecky and the Twangtones, a 1960s surf-rock inspired band that covers an array of genres while adding their own twist of twang, at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. (Sept. 30, 2012)

Port Jefferson American Music Festival

More than 30 performers were featured during the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. The festival started on Saturday and continued Sunday, as four stages were set up throughout Port Jefferson Village.

Doug Morrow, of Rocky Point, plays drums in
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Doug Morrow, of Rocky Point, plays drums in Shecky and the Twangtones, a 1960s surf-rock inspired band that took the Chase Bank stage second at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. (Sept. 30, 2012)

Port Jefferson's School of Rock music school was
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Port Jefferson's School of Rock music school was first to hit the Memorial Park stage at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. The School of Rock was one of more than 30 performers who played at the two-day festival. (Sept. 30, 2012)

Eddie Kern, of North Babylon, plays bass in
(Credit: Amanda Douville)

Eddie Kern, of North Babylon, plays bass in Shecky and the Twangtones, a 1960s surf-rock inspired band that covers an array of genres while adding their own twist of twang, at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. (Sept. 30, 2012)

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The crowd in Port Jefferson Village only grew
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The crowd in Port Jefferson Village only grew as bands took the Chase Bank stage at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. The festival featured more than 30 performers in two days as well as children's rides and vendors. (Sept. 30, 2012)

Caitlyn Amanda and the Enablers was the first
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Caitlyn Amanda and the Enablers was the first band to take the Chase Bank stage at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival and covered many popular songs like "Time of the Season" by the Zombies, as well as a few originals. (Sept. 30, 2012)

The 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival
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The 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival incorporated a special Kidzone that featured various rides and hands-on activities for children throughout both days of the festival. (Sept. 30, 2012)

Tommy Davis of Huntington, better known as Shecky,
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Tommy Davis of Huntington, better known as Shecky, plays guitar and sings lead vocals for Shecky and the Twangtones, a surf-rock inspired band that covers an array of music from a variety of genres including reggae, rockabilly and early 1960s surf rock, at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. (Sept. 30, 2012)

Many happy families walked away with a new
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Many happy families walked away with a new pet goldfish during the ping pong ball toss game at the Kidzone at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. (Sept. 30, 2012)

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Evangeline Vertucci, 5, of Port Jefferson Station, enjoyed
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Evangeline Vertucci, 5, of Port Jefferson Station, enjoyed a few rides around the Kidzone section at the 7th annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. (Sept. 30, 2012)

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