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Tom Hannan

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#21
Jan 29, 2009
 
Jersey shore memories--th6231@yahoo.com---P oint Beach is still my home.

Since: May 07

Stockbridge Mass

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#22
Feb 14, 2009
 
RonVette wrote:
The Sea Girt Inn was the only place you could go and meet great people, hear terrific music and get
some of the best hamburgers down stairs in the snack area. I used to rent a summer cottage in Point Pleasant beach for $700.00 for the whole summer. Saturday night and the Sea Girt Inn "the best". I really miss those days. I'm 64 now, and time seems to be rushing by. All the best to those who shared the good times.
Have to disagree with you there, it was a great place but thats what made the "Jersey Shore" what it was,The Osprey in Manaasquan ,the Ship Wheel in Point,Joe Grines in Manasquan (just over the tracks) from Sea Girt,DJ's in Belmar it was DJ's on the Ocean front.Then there was the Parker House ..in Sea Girt,the big Place was out on hy 35 ..Art Stock's Royal Manor.
Steph shore

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#23
Feb 15, 2009
 
whao !!! I was at the Sea Girt from'74-'79...great times ..."The Ladies" with me Cathy and Debbie...right by the band stage...Lynch Boys..even went to the Queens and Hunter in the winter
Bobby Diebold

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#24
Feb 21, 2009
 
Best Night Club ever! Spent my youth listing to the Lynch Boys and getting wasted.

Since: May 07

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#25
Feb 23, 2009
 
Bobby Diebold wrote:
Best Night Club ever! Spent my youth listing to the Lynch Boys and getting wasted.
Royal Manor, Ships Wheel ......were very good,more for the locals.
Fred

Oceanport, NJ

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#26
May 27, 2009
 
Remember The Perry Bothers Band..C'mon everybody here the Perry Brothers Band, Clap Your Hands, clap your hands..Were Having a party...

Since: May 07

Stockbridge Mass

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#27
May 28, 2009
 
Fred wrote:
Remember The Perry Bothers Band..C'mon everybody here the Perry Brothers Band, Clap Your Hands, clap your hands..Were Having a party...
no, but I do remember the "Courteous Drivers"
jokki burd

Piscataway, NJ

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#28
Jun 4, 2009
 
jackiericci wrote:
Does anyone remember the sea girt inn? What is the name of it now?
I remember it well, we would spend summers in sea girt as a kid, my dad owned a house there(sea girt ave) we would spend our days at the beach and bbq back at the house, as a special treat once a week we would walk into town for ice cream, life was so much more simple then and how I miss those times(and my mother). when I turned 18 I started going there, had my first real love there in that BIG parking lot. we made out for hours and eventualy one thing lead to another and she performed fellatio on me,it was the best I ever had,later on we made love behind the dumpsters then we went back inside and celebrated with a couple of whiskey sours listening to the Lynch boys belt out "I dont wanna go home! Man I didnt, I still dont want to, those were great times! God Bless Jimmy Byrne!!!
Renquist

Arlington, VA

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#29
Jun 8, 2009
 
Talk about TMI... keep it in your pants buddy! hehehehehehehehee
jokki burd wrote:
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I remember it well, we would spend summers in sea girt as a kid, my dad owned a house there(sea girt ave) we would spend our days at the beach and bbq back at the house, as a special treat once a week we would walk into town for ice cream, life was so much more simple then and how I miss those times(and my mother). when I turned 18 I started going there, had my first real love there in that BIG parking lot. we made out for hours and eventualy one thing lead to another and she performed fellatio on me,it was the best I ever had,later on we made love behind the dumpsters then we went back inside and celebrated with a couple of whiskey sours listening to the Lynch boys belt out "I dont wanna go home! Man I didnt, I still dont want to, those were great times! God Bless Jimmy Byrne!!!
jokki burd

Piscataway, NJ

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Jun 8, 2009
 
Renquist wrote:
Talk about TMI... keep it in your pants buddy! hehehehehehehehee
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Just taking a stroll down memory lane, thats all, didnt mean to offend anyone, everyone was recalling the good times they had there and I just thought Id throw it out there, see if anyone(especially that girl) would remember those fun summer nights, man I miss those times,everything is so dangerous now with, gang violence, dui checkpoints,sexualy transmitted disease's, I feel sorry for the young kids today, they will never know how cool things were back then. When I was going there in the 70's the drinking age was 18 and if you had any kind of I D you could get in there at 16 (15 if you were a pretty girl!), there isnt any club like that around here anymore, what does everyone expect these kids to do at nite? sit home and play Gin Rummey? These are sad times.
Hermie

Piscataway, NJ

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#31
Jun 9, 2009
 
Wow, my friends mom was just talking about this place,she use to go there in the 70s,she said it was a real hoot and reading this post I guess it was! Im 28 and grew up in brick and Bergen ,(my folks are divorced) Im 29 and always loved the Jersey Shore, there are still alot of "cool" places they just dont all serve alcohol and if they do they dont serve minors like the old days. Today I think kids are alot more responsible, even if I go out with my friends we still watch ourselves, we have 2 beers each and thats our limit unless we have a designated driver, and we're not out in the parking lot doing what you guys were and then celebrating it inside with "Whiskey sours !(?) That doesnt sound like fun to me, I agree with the other post who said "thats too much information. Why dont you grow up?! I sure would never have gone to a place like that.

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Stockbridge Mass

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Jun 10, 2009
 
Hermie wrote:
Wow, my friends mom was just talking about this place,she use to go there in the 70s,she said it was a real hoot and reading this post I guess it was! Im 28 and grew up in brick and Bergen ,(my folks are divorced) Im 29 and always loved the Jersey Shore, there are still alot of "cool" places they just dont all serve alcohol and if they do they dont serve minors like the old days. Today I think kids are alot more responsible, even if I go out with my friends we still watch ourselves, we have 2 beers each and thats our limit unless we have a designated driver, and we're not out in the parking lot doing what you guys were and then celebrating it inside with "Whiskey sours !(?) That doesnt sound like fun to me, I agree with the other post who said "thats too much information. Why dont you grow up?! I sure would never have gone to a place like that.
LOL..........your'e 29 ...he was 18 ,read the thread.If it doesn't sound like fun to you ,well go back to the house on Pooh corner.
Mark - On The Beach NJ

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Jul 17, 2009
 

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The Lynch Boys consisted of Jimmy Lynch (vocals and rhythm guitar), John Parisio (vocals and lead guitar), and Rich Alcock (vocals and bass). After their tenure at Jimmy Byrnes in Sea Girt they added a drummer, Harry Schumacher.

The Lynch Boys may have very well been the most popular cover band on the Jersey Shore in the mid-late 70s, playing 4 nights (Fri, Satn, Mon, Tue) and Sunday afternoons at the Sea Girt Inn and drawing over 3000 people per night on the weekend.

Jimmy Lynch's ability to control a crowd, combined with Rich Alockc's high vocals, and John Parisio's superb guitar skills created a most versatile and FUN club band capable of covering everything from the Beach Boys to the Beatles and every one-hit wonder of the 60s and 70s. Their version of Ruby and the Romantics "Young and in Love" became known as the "love theme' of the Sea Girt Inn with requests to play the song as many as 3 times on any given night.

Richie passed away, sadly, from lung cancer a few years ago. I always wanted him to stop smoking. John went back to play guitar with Alive and Kicking ("Tighter and Tighter"), and Jimmy still lives in the metro area. He showed u on June night last summer at The Patio Bar in Point Pleasant to visit his old friend Billy Lawlor whose band was playing that evening. I know that Bill has tried to get him back down for another visit and it would be great to see him and share old stories.

I have some pics of the Lynch Boys at the "Inn" taken back in the late 1970's and am considering starting a tribute page to the band. Is any body interested in contributing stories, pictures, and most important recording of the band. I always talked about taping them one night but regretfully, I never did. Fortunately, I can still here most of those songs.
jokkiburd

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Jul 17, 2009
 
Hermie wrote:
Wow, my friends mom was just talking about this place,she use to go there in the 70s,she said it was a real hoot and reading this post I guess it was! Im 28 and grew up in brick and Bergen ,(my folks are divorced) Im 29 and always loved the Jersey Shore, there are still alot of "cool" places they just dont all serve alcohol and if they do they dont serve minors like the old days. Today I think kids are alot more responsible, even if I go out with my friends we still watch ourselves, we have 2 beers each and thats our limit unless we have a designated driver, and we're not out in the parking lot doing what you guys were and then celebrating it inside with "Whiskey sours !(?) That doesnt sound like fun to me, I agree with the other post who said "thats too much information. Why dont you grow up?! I sure would never have gone to a place like that.
Hey Hermie? dont know what is going on in that head of yours but we all had a great time back then, I was a kid at the time but I still wanted to party! I wasnt going to have my 2 beers each like you and yer friends talking about, sounds to me like your a friggin nerd and there is nothing less cool then a nerd!! While I was in the parking lot making bacon, what were you doing?! let me guess, examining your cocktail weenie thinking of a way to enlarge it at no freekin cost!? Your a real dildo mann!!! A Dildoooo!!!!!
if you were ever in that bar, someone would have slapped yer ass!

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Jul 17, 2009
 
Mark - On The Beach NJ wrote:
The Lynch Boys consisted of Jimmy Lynch (vocals and rhythm guitar), John Parisio (vocals and lead guitar), and Rich Alcock (vocals and bass). After their tenure at Jimmy Byrnes in Sea Girt they added a drummer, Harry Schumacher.
The Lynch Boys may have very well been the most popular cover band on the Jersey Shore in the mid-late 70s, playing 4 nights (Fri, Satn, Mon, Tue) and Sunday afternoons at the Sea Girt Inn and drawing over 3000 people per night on the weekend.
Yes they were good no doubt about it but that place was for the bennies(people just down for the weekend)...the locals went to the Parker House , Shipps Wheel or Joe Crines......all always had a great band,the besy was The Curtous Drivers ..with Billy Morris,and of course you could always head north to Asbury to hear the Jukes orlater in the 70's this new group....ahhh Bon ,Bon Jo...oh hell I'll think of it later! LOL
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Jul 17, 2009
 

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Giantone wrote:
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Yes they were good no doubt about it but that place was for the bennies(people just down for the weekend)...the locals went to the Parker House , Shipps Wheel or Joe Crines......all always had a great band,the besy was The Curtous Drivers ..with Billy Morris,and of course you could always head north to Asbury to hear the Jukes orlater in the 70's this new group....ahhh Bon ,Bon Jo...oh hell I'll think of it later! LOL
Oh yeah, the poor bennies! where would we be without the bennies?!!! I think I saw your post before and honestly I dont remember the corteos drivers, my guess is was some shit band that probably played the area for a month or two and you were either a member or a follower or a relative of this shit band no one remembers.( I asked around and no one knows these guys) I was at the bar all the time and I dont remember that fukin stupid name. Let me guess,,,, you know the names of some of the members!!??
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Giantone wrote:
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Yes they were good no doubt about it but that place was for the bennies(people just down for the weekend)...the locals went to the Parker House , Shipps Wheel or Joe Crines......all always had a great band,the besy was The Curtous Drivers ..with Billy Morris,and of course you could always head north to Asbury to hear the Jukes orlater in the 70's this new group....ahhh Bon ,Bon Jo...oh hell I'll think of it later! LOL
Just gave it some thought, wasnt that band, cortous driver a bunch of old guys trying to sing???
Oh Yeah
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jokkiburd wrote:
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Oh yeah, the poor bennies! where would we be without the bennies?!!! I think I saw your post before and honestly I dont remember the corteos drivers, my guess is was some shit band that probably played the area for a month or two and you were either a member or a follower or a relative of this shit band no one remembers.( I asked around and no one knows these guys) I was at the bar all the time and I dont remember that fukin stupid name. Let me guess,,,, you know the names of some of the members!!??
wasnt there a man in that band who swore he would be single/tomcat forever?? does anyone have his number???
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#39
Jul 22, 2009
 
Lots of great memories seeing the Lynch Boys at the Sea Girt Inn...and then during the week at Cryan's in Vailsburg...squashed into that little bar! Those were the days. It'll never be like that again.
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Jul 22, 2009
 
Teacher275 wrote:
Lots of great memories seeing the Lynch Boys at the Sea Girt Inn...and then during the week at Cryan's in Vailsburg...squashed into that little bar! Those were the days. It'll never be like that again.
Just found out That couteous drivers were Harry and Joel, they are/were very good, I was wrong for saying those stupid things, must have been the liquor talking, STILL do have great memories of Jimmy Byrnes, best place to score!

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