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Come out and support a great cause!!!
Remember last years bash at the Lykens Legion? 250 crazy people rocking their hearts out!!! Broken Fayth is back on November 29th to do it all over again!!! Our good friends and special guest: Iroquois Confederac will be kicking off the event! Lets try and put 300 crazy people in there to rock out this year!!!
Come on out to see Broken Fayth rock out Whitstock 2012. Its our 2nd straight year playing Whitstock and we are excited they asked us back. Were going to rock out even harder this year than we did last year, so get ready!
“The combination of these four guys is incredible.” Rob Wheary of Shinbone Music Magazine
Iroquois Confederacy would like to announce their second CD release Splitting the Sky. Their previous release, The Left Handed Peace Pipe, received reviews such as “Loud, proud, guitar driven hard nosed rock...See Full Bio
Iroquois Confederacy has a show on 10/04/2014 at 12:00 PM @ Cancer Benefit in Loyalton, PA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/55hdpo #concert
"To understand the band, it's very simple; beer-drinkin, guitar grindin' music for the masses. Iroquois Confederacy sounds like a cross between the Doors, Lynyrd Skynyrd, with a little bit of Rage Against the Machine mixed in. These four men make it work beautifully so that one genre doesn't overpower the others. It's a talent that few artists have, but these boys have it down pat. Guitarist/lead vocalist Jeff Heilman turns into a vocal chameleon, going from rock to soft blues without missing a beat. Lead guitarist Andy Adams plays that six-stringed instrument like Stevie Ray Vaughn one minute and Tom Morello the next. Add in basist Eric Spotts and drummer Chris Underkoffler keeping the peace and the music all together and the combination is incredible. My personal favorite is "Old Joe," telling the story of a worker drone in the world getting the shaft in life and taking out his revenge like many of us might wish we could. I really couldn't find a bad track in the bunch.