Bobaflex In Town Tonight
Being kin of the McCoy's from the famous Hatfield & McCoy feud is perhaps what gives Bobaflex founders, brothers Shawn "Beaver" McCoy and Minister Marvin McCoy, their edge. More likely it's their hard work and dedication to their craft.
Whatever their secret, Bobaflex is in Junction tonight at The Mesa Theater. It's another "can't miss" show. Out of West Virginia, the band made it the old fashioned way. Winning the hearts and minds of fans in and around the tri-state West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky area releasing their fist self-titled album in the summer of 1999.
The band is always solid and deliver amazing live shows. If you guys haven't figured it out by now, I try to not drag you out unless it's a quality show. No matter if it's country, rock, hip-hop, and Bobaflex is another of those bands that are always worth the price of admission.
I'm also one of those guys that appreciate a quality cover and these guys deliver on a couple. Tackling Pink Floyd's "Hey You" is no easy feat and Bobaflex crushes it. "Pink Floyd is a favorite band of me and [drummer] Tommy [Johnson]," says guitarist/singer Marty McCoy. "They've been a huge inspiration in our songwriting and one of the main reasons we have multiple lead singers. I put them in my top five greatest bands of all time." I couldn't agree more. The video was shot "old school" style in honor of their Floyd heroes.
Disturbed's cover of Simon & Garfunkle's "The Sound Of Silence" may be more familiar but Bobaflex's version is just as cool, in my opinion, better even if it didn't receive the press.
Truth is, they're a great band it's yet another quality show at The Mesa Theater. it's a beautiful evening in Junction. Get downtown and support live rock. I'll see you there.