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““There are some people who haven’t embraced where music has gone in the last 20 years, and they like that organic vintage rock n’ roll thing that we do,” Kessler said. “What we are doing now is basically trying to walk people through the history of rock n’ roll. We feel that occurred between ‘57 and ‘77. We are trying to capture those defining moments in the history of rock n’ roll.” In the near 30-year existence of Lil’ Elmo and The Cosmos, the Los Angeles-based band has cycled through plenty of musicians, but original members Steve Feller and Turchin have largely kept the name and band going. Kessler, who is an original member but took a few years off in the 1990s, said the longevity the band has shown ranks high among rock n’ roll acts in major markets. The band began at a high school talent show in 1973 and the boys went on tour at ages 17 and 18, but decided to break up in 1975. That breakup, however, lasted 10 years before the original members decided to”