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Just imagine you’re down at the beach for the weekend having a few drinks at Nalu Dewey and all of a sudden Chris Kirkpatrick is on stage. That’s right, you’re dancing and the next minute one of the members of NSYNC joins a local musician on stage.

Live Music In Dewey Beach

Joe Bachman , a long time local musician and recording artist out of Rehoboth Beach, was performing at Nalu with his duo Bachman Polk.  Bachman Polk markets themselves as the “most fun, Miller Lite-fueled, high-energy, interactive sh*t-show of a music duo in the USA.”

They play fun TV themes, mix a little adult humor and both cover and original music into a fun-filled show.

Apparently, they are also close friends with Chris Kirkpatrick from NSYNC, the popular 90s boyband sensation.

Early Tuesday Morning, Bachman took to his facebook page to write: “I met Chris Kirkpatrick a little more than 8 years ago. Like so many of my friends, I grew up a fan of  NSYNC. In a short time, we became close friends. Last night, I asked him to join Zac & I and “sing a few songs.” He came out and sang from 9:15 to 10:25. Nalu Dewey was electric…such an awesome vibe in the room all night!”

Chris Kirkpatrick from NSYNC On Stage At NALU Dewey

Photos Courtesy of Rhianna Clark

As a musician myself, I know the feeling of being on stage when the room is really enjoying what you’re providing for them. Imagine mixing that with an artist you grew up listening to who is now your close and personal friend! What an amazing night it must have been to have Chris Kirkpatrick from NSYNC crash his gig!

This isn’t the first time we’ve had celebrity sightings at Delaware beaches. Who have you seen in and around Dewey?

 

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