Two more classic rock bands were announced today to round out the line-up for Moondance Jam; Bachman-Turner and Head East.

The legendary Randy Bachman and C.F. Turner comprise the leads in Bachman-Turner, and they will take the main stage up at 7pm Friday night up in Walker. Frequently referred to as 'Workin' Man's Rock', their dual guitar attack and chugging rhythm have been radio favorites for decades. Recently re-united with C.F., Randy and Turner released a batch of new material two years ago and played to thunderous applause during the half-time show of The Grey Cup (Canada's 'Super Bowl'). Their die-hard fans are affectionately known as "Gearheads" (derived from the band's gear-shaped logo). Many of their songs, including "Let It Ride", "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet", "Takin' Care of Business", "Hey You" and "Roll On Down the Highway", are mainstays on The LOON.

Head East is no stranger to Minnesota, playing frequent shows at The Medina Entertainment Center and Halfway Jam in years past. They will take on the 5pm main stage slot on Saturday night. There are more acts yet to be announced for Moondance, keep checking back, or watch the LOON's FB newsfeed for the latest.

So far at Moondance we'll see Cheap Trick and Motley Crue on Thursday night, Bachman-Turner on Friday night, Head East and The Offspring on Saturday night.