Despite a few technical problems during the beginning of Friday night’s show, The Woovs still rocked out Akron’s own Key West, The Harbor Inn. Special friend of the band and former employee at the Harbor Inn, Renee Kintz, opened the show. She played barefoot, and her soulful voice had the audience whistling for more even with the microphone screeching throughout her performance. Before performing a song about mistakes, Kintz said, “Mistakes are fun to make.” But singer Adam Lengyel of The Woovs didn’t seem to think the technical mistakes from the sound booth were fun. During their boxing style introduction from a friend, the static screeching noise returned. After yelling at the sound guy, Lengyel said, “Sometimes you can’t get what you want, even in a bar.” After the introduction, the energetic Woovs gave a rocking performance that had fans crowding the dance floor and singing along to every song. And not knowing the lyrics makes you feel like you are missing out on something great. Their songs are a blend of soul, rock, folk and R&B; a little bit of something for everyone. By watching The Woovs perform, you can tell they put a lot of heart into what they do whether it’s in their lyrics or instruments. They also have a big heart for their fans. The band walked around the Lighthouse Bar and Grill drinking and chatting with family and friends after their performance.