Bobaflex makes their return to Dillinger’s Entertainment Center & Restaurant this Saturday wsg/Rat Bastard Syndicate and Kienemy.

Marty McCoy of Bobaflex performing at 2017 Ink In The Clink. Photo taken by Larry Ritter/

TK Booking & Promoter along with Dillinger’s Entertainment and Restaurant are proud to announce the return of Bobaflex to Dillinger’s in Bucyrus this Saturday night, November 11th. Joining the long time rockers will be Rat Bastard Syndicate and Kienemy.

The Mighty Bobaflex are true road warriors when it comes to touring. They beat the pavement to present their metal and win audiences over all across the nation. Their latest road adventure is in support of their eighth studio release Eloquent Demons which dropped in August. Among the tunes on the album is a remake of the old Pink Floyd smash “Hey You” and their latest “Long Time Coming”.

Long considered one of the hardest working national acts on the metal scene today, Flex has delivered a ton of hits to the music world without ever being signed to a major label (which is a huge conundrum to many, me included). They recently signed with Thermal Entertainment for the release of Eloquent Demons.

Marty and Shawn McCoy started the band back in 1998 in Point Pleasant, West Virginia and are still the core of the modern day rocking quintet. Joining them on stage is long time drummer Tommy Johnson, Jymmy Toland (bass) and their brand new guitarist/backup vocalist, Jake Earley who replaces the recently departed Dave Tipple.

Now based out of Columbus, Bobaflex has an arms-length list of hits that include ‘Bury Me With My Guns On’,’ Home’, ‘I’m Glad You’re Dead’ and ‘Chemical Valley’ just to name a few.

If you have never seen Bobaflex live you owe it to yourself to get to Dillinger’s this Saturday night and check out what rock and roll is supposed to be.

Rat Bastard Syndicate . Photo taken by Missie Tong. Used with permission from Missie Tong Photography and Tong Productions, LLC.

Rat Bastard Syndicate hails from Columbus as well. They have an old school rock sound that features plenty of heavy guitar riffs along with a thunderous rhythm section. They have two EP’s under their belt with a full length album soon to come.


Steve Theado (guitar) and Keith Pickens (drums) are the driving force behind RBS. The two have been associated for many years and their experience together shows when they take the stage. Lennard James controls the vocals and mans the bass while Vinnie Salvatore tickles the six strings to round out the lineup.

Completing the night’s roster will be Kienemy out of Marion, Ohio. The five piece ensemble deliver a high energy hard rock sound.

Getting started earlier this year, the band is made up of Davey Bee (lead vocals), Preston Daniel (guitar/backup vocals), Josh Brammer (guitar/backup vocals), Mike McClain (bass/backup vocals) and Kegan King (drums).

Tickets, which are $10 in advance and $15 the day of the show for can be purchased by visiting  If you show your Military ID at the door you will get 50% off the ticket price.

It’s always a good time whenever you watch a show at Dillinger’s which is located 144 Washington Square in Bucyrus. We hope to see you there.

Until then this is Big L saying ‘keep those horns up and rock on’!! \m/ \m/


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Larry Ritter About Larry Ritter

Hello my name is Larry Ritter, or “Big L” to most of my friends. I’m a production supervisor for a major manufacturer of auto parts here in northwest Ohio. I received an Associate’s degree from Owen’s Community College where I graduated cum laude honors. I have a true passion for music, sports, photography and riding motorcycles. My love for these things are surpassed by just one thing, family, which includes two sons, a daughter and eight grandchildren.

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