Rockin' on the Bay organizers want to rock the beach

Guitarist Greg Pitts of the Eagles tribute band, 'Alter Eagles,' rips a solo during the Jan. 19 Rockin' On The Bay at Bayfront in Naples. The popular free public concert series open to the public and held at Bayfront in Naples. The Bayfront Condo Association wants the Rockin' on the Bay concert series shut down. They had their attorney send a letter to the city and the event organizer saying they've violated their permit, playing too loudly, having more people than expected and setting up early and shutting down late. Eric Strachan/Naples Daily News

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Guitarist Greg Pitts of the Eagles tribute band, 'Alter Eagles,' rips a solo during the Jan. 19 Rockin' On The Bay at Bayfront in Naples. The popular free public concert series open to the public and held at Bayfront in Naples. The Bayfront Condo Association wants the Rockin' on the Bay concert series shut down. They had their attorney send a letter to the city and the event organizer saying they've violated their permit, playing too loudly, having more people than expected and setting up early and shutting down late. Eric Strachan/Naples Daily News

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Record sales, hundreds of people and dozens of complaints.

The Bayfront Rockin' on the Bay concert series brought a lot of entertainment--and even more controversy. Now organizers want to not only get new permits in Naples, but expand to Fort Myers Beach.

From the bay to the beach, the Naples concert series just wants to keep on rockin'.

Read the NBC-2 story

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