Superego, Seven Faces, and Kidd Delicious.

It was a night of hard driving rock on May 12 when three western New York bands performed at the Hard Rock Café in Niagara Falls.

The trio Superego got the night started with a set of original tunes plus a tribute to Jimi Hendrix.

Superego got the crowd going with “I Believe”, “Day By Day”, “All Along the Watchtower”, “Been So Long”, “Don’t Give Up”, “Paint it Red”, “Can You Love it Often”, and “Catatonic”.

Next up to keep the rock and roll moving along was Seven Faces who were making a return visit to the Café to share their original music with a couple of cover tunes thrown in.

Seven Faces rocked it out with “Silence Defense”, “Papercut”, “Leaving”, “Trip Around the Sun”, “Sanatorium”, “Gone Wrong”, “The Flood”, and “Stereo”.

Capping off the night was the band formerly known as Loose Cattle. He who has the name first, has the rights to that name…as a result, a name change was in order and western New York’s Loose Cattle will henceforth be known as Kidd Delicious.

The band also carries a DJ with them and he played audio clips of old TV news bites, ad clips, and other snippets between and during the songs. When he wasn’t on the computer, the DJ displayed his artistic skills by decorating a T-shirt.

After opening with “Broken Spoke”, the band played “Camouflage”, “Divine”, “Running Away”, “Cold”, “Just Don’t”, “Smooth Sailin”, “Straight Contradiction”, “Heads on Fire”, and “Next” to help fans rock the night away.

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