Rundgren Radio to Reunite Two Members of Nazz After 50 Years
Stewkey Antoni and Thom Mooney of the popular 60's band Nazz will perform together in 2019.
By: Rundgren Radio
Nazz was an American rock band formed in Philadelphia, PA, in early 1967. Their influences were The Yardbirds, The Beatles. The Who, Cream, Small Faces, Moby Grape and others. They are best known for their debut single "Open My Eyes" backed with "Hello It's Me".
The band had been performing for a short time at small clubs before they landed their first major live show In June '67 with the Doors at Philadelphia Town Hall.
Nazz released two records as a band and a third was released a year after they had broken up that included unreleased tracks along with some outtakes and rehearsal bits.
The catalyst for the fifty year reunion between Antoni and Mooney is a concert being presented by Rundgren Radio the following night, December 1st, 2019 titled, "It was Fifty Years Ago Today Tour 2019: A Tribute To The Beatles' White Album" that features Todd Rundgren, an original member of Nazz. Christopher Cross, Micky Dolenz (Monkees), Joey Molland (Badfinger), and Jason Scheff (Chicago) will also be performing with Rundgren for the concert being held at the Aronoff Center. https://www.cincinnatiarts.org/
Rundgren Radio (RR) started as a fan based online talk radio show for Todd Rundgren and music fans that expanded to concert promotion and events.
RR is also a large fan community that has been getting together for over 12 years for unique parties/events to celebrate the music of Todd Rundgren/Utopia/
RR has completed over 200 online radio shows with over 100 different guests and over a million downloads. All shows are permanently archived and available for download. They have also presented over 40 Todd Rundgren concerts. http://www.RundgrenRadio.com