Counting Crows and The Wallflowers to share Turning Stone stage in July

Counting Crows

Two bands that topped charts in the mid-1990's will share a stage in Oneida County this July.

The Counting Crows and The Wallflowers will perform at Turning Stone on July 2 to help the Resort and Casino celebrate its 20th anniversary.

The Counting Crows are perhaps best known for their hits, "Mr. Jones" and "Round Here" off their multi-platinum selling album, "August and Everything After."

In 2004, they were nominated for an Academy Award for "Accidentally in Love," featured in the Blockbluster hit, "Shrek 2."

The Wallflowers also share multi-platinum company with the Counting Crows, for their 1996 album, "Bringing Down the Horse."

"One Headlight" is arguably their most popular hit, earning them two Grammy awards in 1998.

Jakob Dylan, the band's lead singer, is the son of legendary rocker Bob Dylan, who performed at Cornell University earlier this month.

The lead singer of the Counting Crows, Adam Duritz, sang background vocals on The Wallflowers' hit, "6th Avenue Heartache," also on the "Bringing Down the Horse" album.

Tickets go on sale Friday morning at Turning Stone and online at Ticketmaster.

Seats range from $31 to $51.