Originally posted on July 15. Updated on July 17 with videos
FRAMINGHAM – Eleven took to the Framingham Centre Common stage Friday night, as part of the Town of Framingham’s summer concert series.
It was only the second concert of the season, as the last two weeks were cancelled due to weather.
Eleven, known for its 80 and 90s beat, opened with a cover of Maroon 5’s Harder To Breathe.
For 2 hours they performed rock and roll, including music by Tom Petty, Bon Jovi, The Black Crowes, U2, Corey Hart, John Mellencamp, and more.
The drummer in Eleven is Framingham resident Paul Gonzalez. This was Eleven’s debut in the Framingham Concert Series, although they have played several summer community concerts including the Town of Walpole.
The next concert is Friday, July 21. It will be an acoustic country band. Music starts at 6:30 p.m.
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