May 10, 2012 —
MONTICELLO, NY — Thunder 102’s annual ThunderBash is coming up on Saturday, May 19, headlined by Ira Dean, formerly of Trick Pony, at the Monticello Casino & Raceway on May 19. The event will feature Nashville recording artists Tommy Steele, David Bradley, David Adam Byrnes, Amber Hayes, Darren Warren and Sherry Lynn, along with regional favorites Iron Cowboy and Nashville singer/songwriters Somerville, featuring Eldred High School senior Alyssa Startup.
Chart-topping hits written by Dean, such as “Pour Me,” and the Grammy nominated “Just What I Do,” established him not only as Trick Pony’s “Wildman” with headlights in his chrome bass, but as a brand new singer/songwriting force and studio musician in country music.
Donations will be taken at the door for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the YMCA of Sullivan County’s Strong Kids Program.
ThunderBash is a free event, but you need a ticket to get in. Listen to Thunder 102, download the Radio Bold app or go online at www.thunder102.com  for details.