CORTLAND, N.Y. — Looking to catch some live music to start your weekend? If so, two local rock bands will debut their new material at Cortland Beer Company this Saturday.
Genitor and Sanjuro Fields have planned a dual album release show at CBC on Saturday, July 30, from 7 - 10 p.m.
Local artist Jared Light will be performing an acoustic set to open the show.
Here's a link to the event on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/132740963814607/?ti=icl
More info about the bands below:
Genitor is a four-piece alternative rock band hailing from Cortland, NY. Since 2011, they've been writing and performing songs that have won over fans of punk, folk, metal and everything in between. Over the past five years, their sound has evolved into a pop mentality, with a powerful driving force behind it. Their catchy hooks and well-crafted compositions are apparent the first time you listen to them.
They've released two ep's during their time as a band, and are currently hard at work, putting the finishing touches on a collection of songs that they feel will be their best yet. This as-of-yet untitled album will be available on July 30th, 2016.
Genitor's members include Mark Francis, Matt Barnes, Brent Icenogle and Brendan Rew. They are all veterans of the local and regional music scene. Some of their past and current bands include The Loiterers, The Dead Army, Skuzo, Bent Peg, Pile of Heads and Sanjuro Fields.
To listen to their music, check out
Sanjuro Fields Bio:
Sanjuro Fields is a rock and roll band.
Drawing from their love of rockabilly, pop punk, ska, and rhythm &
blues, Sanjuro Fields have been evolving their sound since 2010. With
over 30 original songs to their credit, they thrive playing live,
striving to have audiences dancing and having fun. If you came to a
Sanjuro Fields show, then it's your show too.
Sanjuro Fields have previously self-released two albums. Their third
release, “Hope In The Wound,” is a collection of driven, rollicking
songs that will be available July 30th 2016.
Sanjuro Fields is comprised of Bob Southworth, Brendan Rew, Jonathan
Swane, Keith Neal, and David VanHamlin. They are all veteran musicians
who have played with Steve Southworth and the Rockabilly Rays,
Genitor, Devil Sits Shotgun, The Dead Army, Six-Pack de Heyseuss, and
Space Farm 2600.