FUZE REWIND: LoCash & Dirtroad Ruckus
Dirtroad Ruckus opened the show for LoCash at Kegs Canal Side recently. The local band is usually known for decorating the stage with various items of clothes and roosters. (Hence the name of the band) One of their roosters was standing tall throughout the night representing the band. Eric the lead singer of the band kept the crowd engaged & grabbed their attention from the start of the show. It may have been awhile since Dirtroad Ruckus was at Kegs but the fans didn’t forget them. The also play at several local venues around the area. Not to mention they have opened up for headliners at Kegs as well. As with all of their shows they start out playing the National Anthem. The rest of their set list was popular covers of today’s popular country songs.
LoCash made another return to Central NY and didn’t disappoint once again. These guys are down to earth; love guzzling beers and making their fans feel right at home. Preston Brust & Chris Lucas are two stand up and down to earth country boys that know just what it takes to get the crowd dancing and into a big wave. Fist bumps, handshakes and high fives went on throughout the night for as far as the band could reach. Their upbeat tempo is what makes these guys fun and interesting. They also thanked the fans for coming out and appreciate all men and women of armed forces along with all first responders. Before the end of the night a female near the front row threw her bra up on stage. The band got a kick out of the fact it was so big and made jokes about the cup size. (Said it looks bigger than the bowl you would use for a Saturday morning bowl of cereal) The fans got a laugh out of that statement. I would even say LoCash gained some new fans before the end of the night. Although NY is colder than what the band is use to I’m sure they will be back at some point! Remember to keep an eye out for events at kegs you never know what 2019 might bring.”
Roger Johnston / Captured Momentz Photography / The Fuze Magazine
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