The third time's the charm. After being canceled twice in 2020, the Eli Young Band finally electrified the crowd at FrogFest 32 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds on September 18, presented by Curtis Lumber

The Eli Young Band has been touring together for more than two decades and were happy to finally get back on the road after a long break due to the coronavirus pandemic. They wrapped up a great day of music from local bands and Nashville artists, performing all their top-charting hits including "Drunk Last Night,” “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and “Crazy Girl." "We've been really lucky about the longevity of our songs," said Eli. "Hopefully we can continue to make those types of choice as far as the songs we record and write."

COVID created time for more songs and more creativity for the guys in the badn. "We wrote a little over 80 songs this year. But you'll hear about 5 of them. Hopefully, you'll hear all of them by 2040," joked Eli.

The FrogFest crowd heard all the songs they could sing along to. It was well worth the year and a half wait.

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