Badtude delivering on the big stage with some big acts

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Rochester based band Badtude, Frank McDaniel, Brian Lassonde and Adam Horr took control of the big stage at the Granite State Music Hall in a pop up performance last Saturday night rocking with Dokken. (Courtesy photo)
Rochester based band, Badtude has been getting some pretty impressive gigs in the last year or so. Opening for Lynard Skynard at the Bank of NH Pavilion. Kings X, Trapt, Puddle of Mud and now add Dokken to the list at the Granite State Music Hall.
Frank McDaniel, vocalist and ultra talented lead guitarist of Badtude told CC, "People gave us a chance to play on a big stage and we delivered. So I guess that's why were getting better gigs now. We worked hard to write tunes we like and to be tight as a band." McDaniel added "Special thanks to Burnie Goulet for giving us the gig with Dokken."
It is great to see a hard working band move beyond the local area and get recognition on a larger scale. Keep up the good work guys you rock! 🤟🏼
Pop up appearance aside, this is what is happening in the Greater Rochester area this weekend.
Open Jam at the Hawgs Pen Saloon in Farmington NH, starting at 7 p.m.
Henry Goodwin at Porters Pub in Rochster NH, 6-9 p.m.
Lewis Goodwin at Mitchell Hill in Rochester NH, 6-9 p.m.
Badtude at Chaps Saloon in Buxton ME, 4-7 p.m.
American Ride at Trains Tavern in Lebanon ME, 7-11 p.m.
Max Sullivan at Porters Pub in Rochester NH, 6-9 p.m.
Badtude at the American Legion in Somersworth NH, 7-11 p.m.
Aunt Peg at Trains Tavern in Lebanon ME, 7-11 p.m.
Lewis Goodwin at South Side Tavern in Manchester NH, 8-11 p.m.
Wednesday, day before Thanksgiving
Max Sullivan at Porters Pub in Rochester NH, 2-6 p.m.
Good Times at the Spaulding Steak and Ale at the Governors Inn in Rochester NH, acoustic solo & duo acts every Wednesday 6-9p.m. Reservations requested.
Get Out and About, and enjoy the amazing local talent!
CC Bissett is a longtime Rochester music scene aficionado. She lives in Lebanon, Maine. You can contact here at

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