LANCASTER, N.Y. (WKBW) — If it's been at least a few months since the last time you saw live music, you're not alone. A lot of bands also haven't gotten together to practice or play since before the pandemic.
But Hit N Run scratched the itch for dozens of neighbors in Lancaster with a two-hour set Saturday evening.
"We do about a hundred shows a year," front man Mark Valentino said. "And a lot of our friends and fans have asked about when we're playing, or they're disappointed a show got canceled."
The show was meant to liven up the block, give back to fans and friends that had supported them, and also restore a sense of normalcy to anyone who was there to listen.
"Right now people need to feel a sense of love," Heidi Indelicato said. "And this really helps everybody to feel good and bring people together, which is what this world needs right now."
As the pandemic continues, Hit N Run's schedule will still be up in the air. You can find a list of their scheduled performances here.