will be shutting down Monday, October 29, 2018.

It's with great sadness that I announce that Syracuse Bands will be shutting down at the end of this month. It's been awesome building and managing this site since 2005. Through the years I've been proud to host this site for all local musicians and helping to promote them. However, over the last handful of years, there have been fewer users on the site, and more bands are joining other platforms with a larger audience. These, along with a few other reasons, I've decided to close down the site.

Thank you all for using the site and being a part of Syracuse Bands.

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October 15th, 2018

Skyline featuring Cassidy Lynn

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Syracuse Bands - Skyline featuring Cassidy Lynn

Country (Modern)/Country (Classic)

SUMMER 2013 is upon us and Skyline featuring Cassidy Lynn will soon be playing in a town near you! Be sure to check out our schedule for upcoming shows near you!

Keep track of Cassidy's progress in Nashville at:




About Cassidy Lynn
Singer/ songwriter Cassidy Lynn mixes the simplicity of classic country music and the honest lyrics of her own life stories into one sweet contemporary sound.

“Often described as having a ‘girl next door’ image with a bit of an edge, I like to keep my roots of true country music played behind my guitar mixed into my contemporary country sound where the music takes hold and things can get a little crazy,” she says.

Born and raised among the dairy farms of Upstate New York, Cassidy began singing when she first began to talk. She began performing publicly at age nine singing classic country songs such as Loretta Lynn’s “Coalminer’s Daughter,” Patsy Cline’s “Crazy,” and Patsy Montana’s “Cowboy’s Sweetheart.” She was quickly given the opportunity to open for Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry member Charley Pride at the famous Cortland Country Music Park in Cortland, New York. Soon after, she shared the stage with country music trio "Trick Pony." At sixteen, Cassidy Lynn landed herself a spot in a popular local band and soon began to teach herself to play the acoustic guitar. Together she and the band did some touring, playing state and county fairs, clubs, and casinos all over New York State.

It was then that Cassidy began to participate in live interviews on local radio stations including WBKT, WBEE, WSYR, WFRG, and WBGK and hosting her own "meet and greet" sessions. During this time, Cassidy Lynn opened for national recording artists Emerson Drive, Bucky Covington, Jason Michael Carroll, Tommy Cash, Josh Gracin, Showdog Nashville's Trailer Choir, Bryan White (their duet can be seen under the Media tab), Ashton Shepherd, Sarah Johns, and John Michael Montgomery. Inspired by her family’s cottage on the lake and the bonfires they have during the summer nights, she co-wrote a song with Nashville songwriter Larry Wayne Clark called "Down By The Bonfire.” The song and its video were featured on both Great American Country (GAC) and on CMT in the summer of 2008. In her effort to turn her dreams into reality, Cassidy got the humbling opportunity to perform at the historic Ryman Auditorium in February 2009 and again in 2011. In the summer of 2010 she closed at the Riverfront Stage on the final night of CMA Fest 2010 following artists such as Kid Rock and Joe Nichols. Most recently, she made her fifth appearance at Nashville's most esteemed songwriting venue, the Bluebird Cafe!! Cassidy graduated from Belmont University in Nashville in May 2010. She continues to tour with her New York based band when she visits home and is actively playing, writing, and recording in Nashville.

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