She's a little bit literate, he's a little bit rock and roll, and together the couple — with their 4-year-old son in tow — are traveling the country in a bus to share their talents.
Is there a Stones resemblance in here? You decide. From left, Walt Nalewicki, Bob Guiraud, Don Thoreson and Barry Brodsky strike a pose.
Dan Dale and Cathy Hartrich were among those moving to the music at a summer Beach Ball hosted by the Rock and Roll Dance Party club at Sun City Oro Valley.
Sun City Oro Valley's "That Old Time Rock and Roll Dance Party" club brings new meaning to the term "rock around the clock."
At a Monster Mash, this group stood out for its Village People flair. They are, from left, Walt Nalewicki, Lori Nalewicki, Bob Guiraud and Elaine Smith.
Fans of The Who stand in the rain outside the St. Louis Arena in the wee hours of the morning in October 1973 to buy tickets for the group's concert in late November. The Who performed for more than 15,000 people on the night of Nov. 28, and by all accounts brought down the house. Photo by S…
This is the way the Oakland Coliseum in California looked July 27, 1978, when an estimated 64,000 persons jammed the seating and playing areas for the Rolling Stones concert. At right is the baseball diamond, the concert stage is in center field at left. (AP Photo)
British rock band the Beatles are shown during rehearsals on the set of the "Ed Sullivan Show" in New York, Feb. 9, 1964. On the drums is Ringo Starr, and in the front, left to right, are bassist Paul McCartney, an unidentified stand-in for George Harrison, and singer John Lennon. (AP Photo)