Celebrating Their 58th Anniversary







      The 50's music didn't die!  Be a part of the 50's with The Lincolnaires,  a very much in demand original band from the 50's that has the love and respect for the authentic 50's style and sound.   Check their schedule on the Calendar Page. Join the 50's Rock & Roll  fun  of the Fabulous Fifties.   
       A  special event coming up?   Make it a memorable occasion by going back to the 50's Rock & Roll with
The Lincolnaires

     They are available for bookings!  Check the Contact Page for info or call   Brian   905-626-6687  or email:   The Lincolnaires.


Frank Surette

Born on November 30, 1939 Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.  Moved to Oshawa 1950.   Started playing guitar in 1951 and  in  1958 one  of  the founders of  The   Lincolnaires.



Brian "Chuck" McCarthy

Born March 18, 1945 in Montreal Que. Saw Elvis live at Maple Leaf Gardens April 2, 1957. After seeing Elvis, learning to play guitar was to follow. Brian has played with many bands in Toronto/Oshawa area, the last being Pink Cadillac. He joined The Lincolnaires in February of 2003.

Ed Mazurkiewich

Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on June 30, 1939. Came to Oshawa in 1941.  Started playing the drums in 1955 and is  also a founding member of  The Lincolnaires. Retired 2013  







Cam Kingelin

Born in New Waterford, Cape Breton October 4, 1945. At age 17 he started singing. Plays drums & percussions.   Was with the group Pink Cadillac. Joined The Lincolnaires January l   2001.  Retired 2015  

Sharon Russell

Born in Toronto. Started playing piano at the tender age of 4. Played with many bands but her most memorable was "The Great Rufus Road Machine". They stayed on the road for 15 years. She joined The Lincolnaires in January of 2005.

Bob Mitchell

Born in Oshawa on October 8, 1946 and has lived here all his life. Started playing the sax in 1961 and joined The Lincolnaires in 1994. Left 2014




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