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did bob marley grow up in a water park?
If there is a rock family, Perrys, S. of Myrtle Beach. C.
John Perry, 31, has his goat and tattoo and looks like a North European metal guitarist.
His wife, 30-year-old Laura, with blonde hair, stared calmly outside in sunglasses, while their two young children, Gracie and Memphis, paid tribute to Elvis Presley.
On a recent Saturday, Perry\'s family lined up for a swing roller coaster ride at Hard Rock Park, where the hard rock theme park officially opened last month.
They spend time in the American-born park, which has a 1950
Stylish dinner, slippery water sports, 50-foot-
Tall model of the Statue of Liberty, holding a Zippo lighter instead of the torch.
This is the third visit of the family, but they still don\'t know how to go to a theme park that attracts Zeppelin, a roller coaster, its hairpin circle is in sync with Robert Plante\'s mourning in love of the whole lotta --
Not to mention trying to blend the rebellious spirit of rock music with Disneyland or Six Flags of healthy family values. Mr.
Perry, warehouse manager at the wild pig head company, said he was angry at the opening ceremony of the song \"Do what you want\" sung by Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of the Nirvana band, and committed suicide on 1994.
\"We have been asking ourselves how Kurt felt about it? ’” Ms. Perry said.
She looked at her husband and said, \"What do we call this place?
\"Promoting the idea of rock and roll --
The music theme park seems like a strange marriage, but it also shows that in the changing music industry, rock becomes more creative in attracting audiences, and show yourself at any available outlet
Whether it\'s the gray Anatomy Soundtrack, the Guitar Hero video game, or the roller coaster.
\"To a large extent, the band wants to be exposed when they can\'t rely on a record company or a radio station,\" says Joe Levy, editor-in-chief of music magazine Blender.
Sir, in the rock band today.
It may be included in the amusement park, Levy said.
\"This is certainly included in video games and at least 15 other things that were not included in 1968,\" he added . \".
Many of the bands in Hard Rock Park were in the 1970 s, when the rock band still dominated radio waves. Mr.
Plant and Jimmy Page worked with the creators of the park to develop 3,738-
Roller coaster with 120 feet-foot-
A high-speed loop and top speed of 65 miles per hour; the Eagles re-
Recorded their hit song \"Life in the fast lane\" for the twominute (
The longest drive in the Park), 2,234-
In the cool country section of the park, the same name is the foot roller coaster.
Elsewhere, visitors can find the night in white satin, which is a 3-
D. Riding based on Moody\'s blues tune. (
At the opening ceremony of the park, the Eagles and Moody\'s Blues performed. )
On this day, walking traffic is not so much a stampede as a trickle of trickle.
As soon as visitors entered the park, they passed by a coffee shop and a motorcycle.
Stylish hangouts, yellow bar before crossing Gold
Trim door to tropical rock paradise
Pay tribute to the fallen rock star. (
\"Jerome John Garcia 8/1/42-
8/9/95 \"a stone was engraved in the memorial garden. )
On a table outside the Paradise Grill, its walls are decorated with carved Tiki idols, like Marty List, 63, from S. Nichols. C.
Wait patiently for her family to come back from the car. Ms.
List says she won\'t listen to rock music.
\"We\'re here because it\'s a great way to entertain two grandchildren,\" she said . \".
Behind her, a steel drummer finalized Elvis\'s \"Can\'t Help Falling in Love\".
Nearby, Jay Roberts, 54, watched his 4-year-
Old grandson woman Ava wanders around the Reggae River Falls, reinterpreting the hard Kingston streets that led Bob Marley to show them as water
Roberts said he had \"gone through Woodstock and all of this\" and was an avid rock fan playing the guitar.
He declared the concept of the park \"fantastic.
\"They play the Beatles, Elvis Presley,\" he said . \" He refers to the many speakers who play music through the park.
\"I like the music my grandchildren are listening.
Of course, what they don\'t understand is the psychedelic experience.
We went on a Moody\'s Blues Tour.
My daughter and son. in-
There is no clue to the law.
No matter who designed it, they said, there was a problem.
\"Hard Rock Park is the idea of a 49-year-old Jon penkowski, a veteran theme --
Park Executive Director Steven Goodwin, 40, has developed a Hard Rock Hotel in Orlando, Florida.
Neither of them is the kind of person obsessed with exchanging obscure things for 45 seconds, or reading reptiles;
They seem to appreciate the music of Led Zeppelin, just as the band is represented by a lawyer, which makes it easier to negotiate.
Eight years ago, Sir.
Binkowski bought a home on the ice that used to be Snoopy. The idea was to turn the land into a children\'s amusement park. When Mr.
Goodwin came here to look for investors, the project became more ambitious, and when Hard Rock International agreed to authorize its name, the rock theme part was chosen for expediency.
They said they designed $400. million 55-
Kerry Park is located in a golden section restaurant in Hollywood, California, and can be reached in about two hours.
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No rock clichés are not noticed in their plans, and there is no pun intended for unused song titles.
Their Park offers a Alice restaurant, a pinball wizard arcade, and a journey that shines like Black
Night lights poster
There is also a amphitheater where children rock and roll perform during the cycling week (
\"His concert is PG-\"At least 13,\" Mr. Binkowski said)
The Queen\'s \"bohemian whimsy\" and three loose script performances, including the maribu beach party, are a tribute to the surfing culture.
\"Just like Frankie and Annette met Jeff Spicery . \"Binkowski said.
\"This is a real hoot.
Two people believe in rock.
Tourist attractions will attract families on vacation.
\"Rock music was part of the anti-mainstream culture in the \'50\' and \'60\' years . \"
\"But now it\'s culture that brings families together,\" Goodwin said.
\"Although some of the park\'s original materials may not be suitable for children, advertisements (
\"The\" depth \"in Robert Plante\'s mind is not the way you ride a roller coaster,\" Mr.
Levy said it refers to the lyrics of \"The Whole Lotta Love), Mr.
Goodwin was not disturbed.
\"We are fans of sunned . \"Goodwin said.
\"It only makes sense if you are part of the rock culture.
Walking around the playground you might see toddler jumping on rubber magic mushrooms and hearing the Northern Monkey song \"I Bet You Look Good on the dance floor, or see a sign outside a moon bounce spot called a punk pit, warning, \"all punk must follow the following rules.
\"Inside information is everywhere in the park: an inflatable pig sits on a building in the British invasion area of the park, imitating the cover of the\" animal \"of Pink Floyd;
A sign bans Radio Caroline, a pirate radio station that was once broadcast on a boat parked off the British coast.
But many tourists seem to be more worried about the cost of tickets.
\"I have so many children that they should have a family --
Package plan, \"said Sabrina manner from feitville, New York. C.
An operations manager for an educational nonprofit, she paid $40 per person for herself and four children. (
Prices vary from regular specials, but the standard admission price is $50 per person. )Ms.
The 36-year-old Manina is more inclined to R & B stars like Jaheim than classic rock stars like Johnny Winter, but she still rides the Led Zeppelin airship roller coaster, she said, \"It shook my brain.
Some tourists are skeptical about the success of rock music.
Without losing its cool park environment inside.
\"I thought everything was cheesy,\" said Tristan Mel, 18, the manager of the local golf course and his girlfriend, Delaney Lacey, at Rock Paradise 17.
\"I\'m waiting for someone with wooden fish.
But after several visits
Mel said he won.
\"Your English rock, classic rock,\" he said . \"
\"The Trip to Zeppelin is cool.
The ad paused for a moment and added, \"I only saw two Mao mul.
\"A version of this article appears on the New York version of ST1 page with the title: Did Bob Marley grow up in the water park? .
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