1. Young Rascals 2012. 
Tonight, for the first time in over 40 years, The Rascals will take the stage for six nights of rock revival.
The influential group, whose song “Good Lovin’” practically defined a generation, is reuniting thanks to their biggest fan, Little Steven Van Zandt, who launched a Kickstarter project to produce these shows — with a little help from more than 600 fans. Hats off to everyone who helped make “Once Upon A Dream” a reality. Can’t wait to hear reports from the Capitol Theatre tonight.

    Young Rascals 2012. 

    Tonight, for the first time in over 40 years, The Rascals will take the stage for six nights of rock revival.

    The influential group, whose song “Good Lovin’” practically defined a generation, is reuniting thanks to their biggest fan, Little Steven Van Zandt, who launched a Kickstarter project to produce these shows — with a little help from more than 600 fans. Hats off to everyone who helped make “Once Upon A Dream” a reality. Can’t wait to hear reports from the Capitol Theatre tonight.

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  2. You may know The Rascals because you’re an enduring fan of ’60s pop — or because your Dad’s one. Maybe you don’t recognize the band by name, but you can sing along with the best of ‘em once “Good Lovin’,” their massively danceable hit, comes on the stereo. No matter how you know them, though, there’s no question that The Rascals were huge: One of the most influential blue-eyed soul groups of the ’60s, and among the few American rock ‘n’ roll acts to hold their own during the British Invasion. Now, for the first time in four decades, the original quartet is reuniting for a massive, three-night stand of shows in New York. Don’t just take our word for it — let Little Steven explain why this shindig is our Project of the Day.

    You may know The Rascals because you’re an enduring fan of ’60s pop — or because your Dad’s one. Maybe you don’t recognize the band by name, but you can sing along with the best of ‘em once “Good Lovin’,” their massively danceable hit, comes on the stereo. No matter how you know them, though, there’s no question that The Rascals were huge: One of the most influential blue-eyed soul groups of the ’60s, and among the few American rock ‘n’ roll acts to hold their own during the British Invasion. Now, for the first time in four decades, the original quartet is reuniting for a massive, three-night stand of shows in New York. Don’t just take our word for it — let Little Steven explain why this shindig is our Project of the Day.