New Exhibit Looks Back At Findlay’s ’60s Rock Scene

With names like The Nite Watchmen, The Vagabonds and Roni & The Shadows – they and many others made up the Findlay rock scene in the 1960s.

The new exhibit at the Hancock Historical Museum called Findlay Rocks the ’60s takes a look back at the most popular Findlay bands from 1960 through 1969 and the venues where they played to dancing crowds.

The exhibit is a walk down memory lane, giving people a chance to hear the music of the time as well as band member’s stories of what it was like playing rock music in Findlay in the ’60s.

In the video below, museum curator/archivist Joy Bennett gives a preview of what you’ll see when you stop by the museum to check out the exhibit.

The Hancock Historical Museum is located at 422 West Sandusky Street in Findlay.

Hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10 to 4, and Sunday 1 to 4.

Learn more about the museum by clicking here for their website.