Country music shined at Frog Fest
Big Frog 104.3 has done it again – 30 years of bringing country music to fans of all ages. Frog Fest is just a friendly family event with all kinds of food, drinks and nonstop music throughout the day that took place at the Utica Rome Speedway. As much as the headliners draw the crowd people also come to see the local acts perform as well. And Big Frog supports local musicians, from events like this to time spent in the studio and other venues.
Danielle Roach opened the show with her beautiful voice singing the National Anthem. Local acts Joe Vandresar, Whiskey Creek, Lonesome Dove, Tompkins Drive, Eddie Arcuri Jr. along with headliners Stephanie Quayle & Headliner to close out the night.
Joe Vandresar, Whiskey Creek, Lonesome Dove, Tompkins Drive, Eddie Arcuri Jr. mostly covered music from today’s popular artists’. Arcuri recently just signed his first deal with a record label and sang a couple of his newly written songs.
Stephanie Quayle covered some covers as well as her popular song “Selfish.” LOCASH also covers a variety of genres of music with their own twist put on it. A popular tune of theirs that kept the crowd singing and singing for more is “I Love This Life.” Fans enjoyed the summer temps while listening to all the talent. Meanwhile screams of “we love you” smaller children up on their parent’s shoulders, dancing and holding signs up for their favorite artist.
Frog Fest is sponsored by Whites Farm & Tractor supply so it was only fitting to bring one of our very own local farmers to the stage and thank them for all that they do and how much farmers work their tails off to keep farming going. Meanwhile John Battle Jr thanks the crowd and gets down on one knee as he turns to his girlfriend Jennifer Blair to pop the surprise question of will you “marry me” she said Yes!
And, the cornhole tournament went on all day long. Two winners of the cornhole tournament were two females from Rome who had the chance to take on Chris Lucas and Preston Brust and beat them for bragging rights. LOCASH with having the crowd fully involved in their stage performance couldn’t end the show without bringing the whole Big Frog crew up on stage to dance and sing along with them.
Roger Johnston / Captured Momentz Photography / The Fuze Magazine
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