The Normandys

with When The Clock Strkes, The Big News, Follow The Buzzards
Fri Jan, 25 7:00 pm
The Vanguard
All Ages
When The Clock Strkes
Follow The Buzzards

Follow the Buzzards plays Rock N’ Roll. That’s a statement a great deal of bands wouldn’t dare make anymore. Some play Rock. Some play Metal. But not too many care to work for that vibe and groove that only comes from real Rock N’ Roll. It’s got attitude and style. It’s music that drives you to stand up. To sing. To become part of the song. That’s Rock N’ Roll, and that’s what the Buzzards play. Founded in 2013, they spent two years rehearsing and recording before stepping out into the scene. The group is a four piece and takes its influences from a myriad of sources, ranging from The Rolling Stones to Rancid to Florence and the Machine. Their debut album, “West of the Wastelands” debuted on October 1st, 2015. It is available for digital download from all fine music retailers, and tracks from the album have been featured on RSU radio’s weekly Top Ten multiple times. Their music video for the album’s opening track, “Tonight” has been streamed hundreds of times since its launch in late 2015. The band itself is an interesting crew to say the least, but they’ve got the knowhow. Between the four members a collective 70 years of performing experience makes up the back bone of the Follow the Buzzards stage presence and sound. Wanting to leave no listener dissatisfied the group is well versed in both original material and covers. Songs by acts as varied as Queen, Waylon Jennings, The Faces, Dion and the Belmont’s, and the Eagles all appear during long sets, as well as groups like Credence Clearwater Revival, Operation Ivy, and Chuck Berry.