Tim McLoone's Supper Club
1200 Ocean Avenue
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
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Tickets are non-refundable.

AZTEC TWO-STEP - "Classic Duos"

Performing their own "ATS Classics" plus songs of SIMON & GARFUNKEL and THE EVERLY BROTHERS!

Legendary Aztec Two-Step returns to Asbury Park with highlights from their newly released CD "Naked" as well as vintage ATS fan favorites. For this special show, with a rich forty-six year legacy of their own, Rex Fowler and Neal Schulman will also pay homage to the iconic duos that preceded them - The Everly Brothers and Simon & Garfunkel.

Aztec Two-Step is intertwined with the history of folk-rock music in America, originating from a chance meeting at an open mic night and in 1972, after taking their name from a poem by beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti, they burst on the scene with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records, and since then, along with their subsequent albums on RCA Records, were staples of progressive FM and college radio.

They have been praised in countless major US newspapers and magazines including Rolling Stone, and have appeared on TV and radio shows including David Letterman, the King Biscuit Flour Hour and World Cafe Live.

In 1987, 'Living in America' received the New York Music Award for best folk album and was named in Billboard's year-end critics' choice poll, and in 1999 they were the subjects of the documentary "One Hit Wonder" which aired on PBS.

After more than four decades, Rex and Neal continue to impress audiences with their intelligent songwriting, dazzling acoustic lead guitar and captivating two-part harmonies, and are considered to be one of acoustic music's most beloved and enduring acts.

"The right sound at the right time...beautiful acoustic guitar playing and questioning lyrics...songs performed with forceful vocals and near perfect instrumental harmonies." -Variety

"May Aztec Two-Step's word-brain fill the Air. Anybody that interested in poetry's welcome to enter my ear." - Allen Ginsberg