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There’s less than a week left until the "Special Mystery Star" takes the stage at Borough President Marty Markowitz’s Annual Seaside Summer Concert Series in Coney Island.

But who will it be?

"This artist is one of the major entertainers of the 1970s," hinted Markowitz in a call to GO Brooklyn. "This artist defined the classic rock-era of the Seventies. No one will disappointed, if they’re into that type of music!"

Because other fans of the "Mystery Star" pay for tickets at New York-area venues and the Seaside Summer concerts are free of charge, Markowitz said that contractual obligations prevented him from releasing the artist’s name.

The other artists joining the "Mystery Star" on the Aug. 12 program include Badfinger featuring Joey Molland, Denny Laine and Robbie DuPree. Such a deal!

The Seaside concerts begin at 7:30 pm and continue on Thursdays through Aug. 19 at Asser Levy Park (West Fifth Street at Surf Avenue). Bring your own chair or rent one onsite for $5. For concert hotline updates, call (718) 469-1912 or log onto the Web site at www.brooklynconcerts.com.

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