Southern rock artist, Blackberry Smoke, are also on hand to rock waves of bikers in town for Daytonaâ€™s 75th Bike Week.
This concert was the perfect combination for this bike week crowd, appealing to everyone with a little bit of country and a little bit of rock ‘n roll.
The opener, Blackberry Smoke, has been playing to sold-out crowds for years now and have been touring the world with some of the biggest names in rock.Â They have a bluesy southern rock sound which has eager fans excited for the show. Given their performance, the band is also excited to see their fans.
They will be embarking on a headlining UK tour in June in further support of their recently released album, Holding all the Roses.
Buckcherryâ€™s new release entitled Rock N Roll says it all. The album is hard rock; raw, edgy, and a little rude. It is classic Buckcherry.
This newest release also includes a song featuring Gretchen Wilson called “The Feeling Never Dies” which bridges the rock/country border.
Buckcherry, feat Gretchen Wilson – The Feeling Never Dies [Official Video]
The bandâ€™s set list this evening included “Lit Up,” “Sorry,” “Tight Pants,” and fan favorite, “Too Drunk to F**k.” Say what you will about the song â€œCrazy Bitch,” but their fans love it and respond loudly.
Josh, always the professional pours every ounce of energy into his performance. He interacts easily, even casually, with the crowd offering humorous quips and stories between songs.
Jesters Live is located at Destination Daytona Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley Davidson. The facility is an exciting new concert and entertainment venue in the Central Florida area and with a capacity of 4,000 will be bringing some big names in for multiple concerts soon.