Blue Oyster Cult with special guest Small Town Titans

Blue Oyster Cult with special guest Small Town Titans



Date: Nov.09, 2019

General Admission: $25.00 (Plus Taxes and Fees)

Day Of Show - General Admission: $35.00 (Includes Fees & Taxes)

Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

Show starts at 6:30 p.m.

Headliner: Blue Oyster Cult

Special Guest: Small Town Titans

Opening Act: Blind Date



BLUE OYSTER CULT

Blue Öyster Cult is an American rock band formed on Long Island, New York in 1967, perhaps best known for the singles " The Reaper", "Burnin' for You", and "Godzilla.” Blue Öyster Cult has sold more than 24 million records worldwide, including 7 million in the United States alone.

SMALL TOWN TITANS

"If Soundgarden had ever needed someone to stand in for [Chris] Cornell, [Phil] could’ve filled in. No question." - Classic Rock Magazine"

One listen to Small Town Titans' version [of "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch"] and you'll hear that Phil Freeman's deep baritone and delivery is a perfect fit to capture the spirit of the original. Freeman, who also plays bass for the band, teams with drummer Jonny Ross and guitarist Ben Guiles to put their own fresh take on the track, giving it a bluesy feel with a definite darker vibe." - Loudwire

The Small Town Titans are an American rock n' roll power trio from York, PA who love to constantly create, as well as play live. Gone is the notion that a rock band should only release 10 songs at a time every 2 years. In a world where music fans crave new content constantly, the Small Town Titans aim to deliver their brand of art all of the time, drawing inspiration from a newer wave of rock bands such as Highly Suspect and Royal Blood, and rock legends such as the Foo Fighters, Audioslave, and Deep Purple. Thanks to their efforts at taking matters into their own hands, STT can create and release songs, podcasts, live online concerts, and more with no rules. In a social media driven world, STT knows releasing quality, constant content is as important as playing great live shows.

In November of 2018, the band’s cover of the Christmas song “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” went viral in a matter of days, leading to charting on various Billboard charts including Holiday Digital Song Sales, Rock Digital Song Sales, Emerging Artists, and reaching #5 on the Next Big Sound chart. The song also reached #2 on the iTunes Rock charts, only being surpassed by Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”. STT quickly found themselves achieving success, all on their own terms. As a continued unsigned act, all three members have risen to the occasion to continue to make music the way they want to, free from having to follow traditional music industry rules. By changing their mindset and focus towards creating content like many successful YouTubers, STT has made fans the old fashioned way, by word of mouth.

With no manager, label, or radio support, the Small Town Titans have managed to find success by simply never forgetting one thing, their fans, both new and old. Instead of trying to make a million fans, STT is focusing on the fans they already have, and the ones they continue to make. With a love for playing live, a Small Town Titans show has evolved into more than a concert. It’s an event, with a set list that’s decided right before the show, and plenty of stage banter in between songs. The band simply hits the stage to deliver an energy driven show using guitars, drums, and their voices. Nothing more, nothing less. This approach to their live performances has led to them sharing the stage with acts such as Highly Suspect, Papa Roach, Black Stone Cherry, Pop Evil, and more.

By focusing on their engagement on social media and managing themselves, Small Town Titans are growing like never before and having more success as a business and a brand. STT is actively forming a team of like minded individuals in the new music business who are just as driven and passionate as they are, rather than waiting to be discovered. For all things STT, visit smalltowntitans.com.


BLIND DATE
Blind Date a five piece band out of Rockford Ohio; Four members sing; allow them to offer large variety of music including Oldies and Classic Rock, plus many "one hit wonders."