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Uncle Floyd to Benefit N.J. Radio Museum This Weekend

Uncle Floyd to Benefit N.J. Radio Museum This Weekend

The New Jersey Radio Museum and Dover Area Historical Society are presenting Uncle Floyd “Live” at the Baker Theatre in Dover, N.J., Friday (May 12).
The benefit supports the NJRM, a non-profit organization that recognizes the history of local radio in New Jersey.
Uncle Floyd Vivino is from Paterson, N.J., and has appeared on national television and in movies, including “Good Morning Vietnam.” He has opened for personalities Jimmy Roselli, Melba Moore, Jerry Vale and Pete Seeger. His performances typically consist of vaudeville-style comedy and music.
NJRM says it will offer historic radio memorabilia and displays in the Dover History Museum House sponsored by the DAHS. Profits will support museum house restoration.
Tickets for Uncle Floyd “Live” are available at the door. Call (973) 361-3525.