Scott Brown Rocks Out on Stage with Cheap Trick; No Word on NH Senate Race
(BOSTON) -- Scott Brown, the former Massachusetts senator, has the political world waiting patiently to find out whether he’ll jump in to the New Hampshire Senate race, but in the meantime, he seems to be having the time of his life.
The latest: rocking out on stage with '80s rock band Cheap Trick at a concert in Massachusetts over the weekend.
Brown gleefully Tweeted and Facebooked photos of his latest moment in the sun with the band on Sunday night.
Just played guitar with Cheap Trick. It was sooooooo fun.— Scott P. Brown (@SenScottBrown) February 17, 2014
Back Stage with Rick Nielson from Cheap Trick getting ready to perform with the Band. pic.twitter.com/RgOmpOW3kB— Scott P. Brown (@SenScottBrown) February 17, 2014
It isn’t the first time Brown has been the band’s onstage guest.
Back in August, he played the band’s hit "Surrender" onstage at a New Hampshire concert.
Brown, who recently re-located with his family from Massachusetts to neighboring New Hampshire, was also spotted earlier this month shirtless at the state’s Penguin Plunge.
No word yet on whether Brown will take the N.H. Senate plunge.
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