Bat McGrath talks to Beth Adams about his 50-plus year music career and his induction into the Rochester Music Hall of Fame
Singer and songwriter Bat McGrath got his start as a drummer playing gigs in bars around Upstate New York in 1960. He has gone on to work with major recording artists and has written songs for Kenny Rogers, Wynonna Judd, and Harlan Howard, to name just a few.
This Sunday, Bat will be inducted into the Rochester Music Hall of Fame. He'll join the other class of inductees including George Eastman, Lou Gramm, Eddie James "Son" House, Don Potter, Nick Nickson and Jack Palvino.