August 9, 2019
7 to 9 PM
Geneseo Village Park

Bob Bunce's Rural Delivery

Two of Geneseo's own, the Moses brothers (Bob and Ken) got hooked on music and live entertainment over fifty years ago, forming a small, four piece band, playing local clubs and school dances, in a time where live music and just getting a foot hold in small communities such as the Geneseo and Conesus Lake area.

Enjoying the company of many local musicians over the years, the band played on, eventually becoming the EZMoney band and was very successful, for what was basically a garage band.

A serious illness prevented Bob from continuing the music he loved and some time later EZMoney was put to rest.

Recently former members, consisting of Bob's son Shawn, Jim Sullivan, Keith Wing and brother Ken persuaded the lovely and very talented vocalist Karen Mahany to join them in forming a new band to test their tenants in a wide variety of modern and classic songs, including such artists as Adele, Heart, Journey, Steely Dan, the Doobie Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, Alannah Myles, Lou Gramm and many others. EZMoney had its day and a new name was needed with the new sound and to stay with the modern age of technology and communication. BROADBAND would be the new name and so the music plays on again.