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Bueller livens up Main St.
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Looks, it’s Bueller!!!!! Harper Ward will be 1 year old July 27. This tiny tot was delighted by the sights and sounds of Bueller, an 1980s tribute band that performed at the Main Street Live summer concert series Friday night. - photo by Lisa Hobbs
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Bueller's Jon Lechner went back to the 1980s and brought back a KISS imitation. - photo by Lisa Hobbs

It was a Friday evening of Pat Benatar, Bryan Adams, Journey and John Mellencamp, among others, as Bueller took the Main Street Live summer concert series stage.

The band offered very little intro and immediately kicked off its first set with “Glory Days” by Bruce Springsteen, followed by “Love Shack” by The B-52s, and “Jump” by Van Halen.

Bueller inspired a whole new generation to appreciate Van Halen. Cousins Aurora Parris and Abigail Santucci took the words literally and began jumping from the small concrete barrier that separates Security Federal from its West Lawn where the concerts are offered. The two were allowed a picture with Bueller lead vocalist Amy Walsh. 

The band offered a very energetic 1980s packed concert. 

Main Street Live is a production of Main Street McMinnville and is held on Friday nights in June and July at 7 p.m. 

Up next in the Main Street Live series is Brady Seals offering a country music theme. More on that in the Wednesday edition.