AUGUST 17, 2019 • TUSSEY MOUNTAIN SKI AREA
Lynn & Farley 5
Influenced by a wide range of rock, soul, and blues artists, the Lynn and Farley Five have been slowly but steadily cultivating their sound since their inception. Led by the duo of singer/songwriter/guitarists David Lynn and Sean Farley, the group was initially formed for a one-off gig at the Community Arts Center in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, in September 2008. After playing a well-received set, the band were asked to return weeks later as opening act for progressive rock legends, Yes. The group opted to utilize the momentum gained from that experience and were soon playing regularly to positive reviews. Hundreds of regional performances followed as the band developed a loyal fan base in the northcentral Pennsylvania region. In the summer of 2010, the Lynn and Farley Five commemorated their time together by recording and releasing their self-titled debut album. Now comprised of Lynn, Farley, drummer and music educator Rich Cummings, veteran bassist Jimmy Lovcik, and keyboardist/vocalist/songwriter Adam Tarin, the group continues to play regionally on a steady basis. Most recently, the band provided backing at the release party for co-leader Sean Farley’s latest solo album, Raising the Grain.
The Supervillains is a five-piece reggae band from St. Cloud, Florida. The band released 9 studio albums, and have been a supporting band on tour with Pepper, Slightly Stoopid, Fishbone, Streetlight Manifesto, Mu330, Inner Circle, Authority Zero, the Expendables, the Mad Caddies, and Catch 22. They have included collaborations with such artists and bands on their records, such as Jack Ruby Jr. and Jeff Richey of The Toasters, Kyle MacDonald of Slightly Stoopid, and Kris Bentley formerly of Inner Circle.
The Florida-bred swamp reggae rockers have been bending genres, partying hard, touring the world, and leaving tales of joy and destruction in their wake. Visit www.thesupervillains.com for tour dates, music, merchandise, and more!
Dom: Drums and Vocals
Skart: Guitar and Vocals
T-Rex: Keyboards and Guitar
Americana Rock with a Touch of Blues