The Nu-Tones will take the stage today at the weekly summer Music at the Market concert series held on Thursday nights at 7 p.m. on the Commodore Schoolyard.
The band specializes in British Invasion music that include The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones, and The Monkees. The current members of the band have been playing together for more than a decade.
"We try to recreate the sounds from the 60s and maybe do it a little faster and little louder," said Paul Juhasz, who plays the saxophone, guitar, harmonic, and sings. "We're doing the music we enjoy and stuff we grew up with. This is our wheelhouse."
Robin Ballmer, who coordinates the Music at the Market concert series, said this band is coming off a highly attended concert last week.
The Homewreckers played at the market and brought a big crowd.
"Last week we were close to having 700 people it was absolutely packed. I've never seen the lawn so packed," Ms. Ballmer said. "We've gone to mostly seniors in the crowd to a mix with younger people and children."
She also said when she watched The Nu-Tones play before scheduling the, one thing she noticed was how the ladies loved the British invasion band.
"We have a very strong following when we play every month at the Village Idiot and all sorts of other functions," Mr. Juhasz said. "Everything we do is dance-oriented. We think people work hard all week and we want to help them loosen up and have fun."
Music at the Market has two weeks left after adding Nine Lives to the concert schedule in two weeks. Next week is Suburban Legend.