With a name that equally conjures up the old school cool of Continental Club regulars and professional wrestling, bearded hard rockers J. Roddy Waltson & The Business brought the crowd to a boiling boogie with their early Led Zeppelin riffs and an onslaught of air guitar-worthy solos that soared like an eagle strapped to a jetpack.

"This is a dance song, like all of our other songs," Waltson said, introducing "Marigold." "I think anyone playing rock ‘n’ roll music in the past 10 years might have forgotten that this is the music that you’re supposed to move to and jump around to and sweat to."

The grunge-dusted Appalachian rock four-piece had no problem refreshing the fired up and eager-to-dance crowd’s memory on that, with Waltson leading the charge, head banging a back-length mop of messy brown hair, swaying back and forth and pounding on a retro Yahama piano.