Rehoboth lifeguards debut band

10-34s to perform at Aqua July 21
After work, the 10-34s (l-r) Eric Peghini, Caleb Smith, Marco Peghini, Eva Irwin, Jordan Lingo and Ryan Kozel work on their band image. PHOTOS BY LEXI COON
July 12, 2013

Following the annual beach patrol Mid-Atlantic Regionals competition in Rehoboth Beach, six Rehoboth Beach Patrol lifeguards took to the stage at Atlantic Sands to perform for visiting guards.

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Started in 2010, the 10-34s were originally a band of two: Travis Michels and Brett Townsend. Since then, the band added and subtracted members; this year, after both founding members left the patrol, the 10-34s features the new vocal stylings of Eva Irwin and Ryan Kozel; the addition of Eric Peghini on guitar along with the return of his brother, Marco, also on guitar; Jordan Lingo on bass guitar; and Caleb Smith on drums.

While playing for the visiting lifeguards, the band performed a mash-up of hit songs including "I Want You Back " by the Jackson 5, "Love Shack" by the B-52s and "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk along with a variety of other popular songs.

On July 21 at Aqua Bar and Grill on Baltimore Avenue, the 10-34s will host a fundraiser for the Rehoboth Beach Patrol from 6 to 9 p.m. In addition to musical performances, activities include a push-up contest for entertainment, a 50-50 raffle and an auction featuring gift cards to local restaurants.

All are welcome.

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