Syracuse rockers Silent Fury return to Norwich

NORWICH – Up and coming Syracuse rockers Silent Fury are returning to town and guitarist-lead vocalist Mick Fury says he and his bandmates are excited for another opportunity to bring their personal brand of hard-hitting rock-n-roll back to Norwich, kicking-off things off at 9:30 p.m. Friday on the Blarney Stone Pub stage.



Said Fury, “We love playing small towns like Norwich because all our die-hard friends and fans come out and support the band, and we always have a killer time.”

The band, which features Fury, bassist-vocalist Joe Nasty and new addition, drummer Greg “Goose” LaPoint, has opened for the likes of the Goo Goo Dolls, Bret Michaels, the Spin Doctors, Warrant, Vertical Horizon and Vince Neil, of Motley Crue fame, in the past. More recently, the group’s single, “Exit Wounds,” was featured in the motion picture “Underworld: Awakening,” starring Kate Beckinsale. On June 6 and 7, the hard-rocking trio will open for the band Crossfade at the Lost Horizon in Syracuse, and rock band Saliva at Monirae’s in Pennellville – part of the group’s Two Days of Fury Celebration.


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