The Oswego County Event Center in Pennellville, N.Y. hosted 95x’s Birthday Bash with local bands Loose Cannon, Crows Cage, Bound For The Floor, Granny 4 Barrel and National Act Jackyl. The day started a little behind, but once Loose Cannon hit the stage it didn’t matter. These guys had the crowd singing and moving to ’80s hard rock of Motley Crue, Van Halen and Ozzy. They started the day right and it just continued on from there.
Next up to the stage was Crows Cage and as always they didn’t disappoint. Their high energy show was just what the doctor ordered. Performing their own songs such as “Hate and Grindstone” just to name a few, got the crowd all warmed up and ready to continue the party, but before they left the stage, guitar player Aaron Bellows’ niece Shayla took the stage to sing “Fly” with the guys. That young lady definitely has a lot of talent. Be sure to look for her in the future.
Bound For The Floor did their thing with a mix of yesterday’s grunge and today’s modern rock. Full of energy and funk, they rocked out and got the crowd involved.
Bound For The Floor
Granny 4 Barrel took the stage and immediately commanded everyone’s attention. All I could do was chuckle at the outfits and the stage setup. These guys were fantastic. They seriously put on one hell of a show! The crowd also loved them. They brought so many different emotions to the concert goers. Whether you were laughing so hard you were crying or singing along to the music, I’m sure everyone will agree that these guys put on a memorable performance.
Granny 4 Barrel
By the time Jackyl came out the crowd was all warmed up and ready for a kick ass rockin show, which is exactly what Jackyl gave them. The level of intensity and energy was second to none. Their Southern Rock n Roll had the fans singing along for their entire set. This band is so down to earth and made each fan feel engaged. After ending their performance with a shot from Jesse’s shotgun mic stand, the band invited every one of the fans over to their tent to personally say hello.
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