I’ve been a denizen of the Buffalo music scene since 1990. As one of the cagey cretins given to hitting live music clubs at least once a week during the winter, and three times that many in the summ... Read More
Anita West is no longer on the air at WBFO-FM.
The longtime Buffalo DJ who has been hosting a blues show on the public radio station for several years said she was “terminated.” Don Boswell, pr... Read More
I’ve always wanted to steal NPR All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen’s idea. Boilen’s desk at NPR provides the setting for the Tiny Desk Concert Series, an intimate, low-key, and generally, acou... Read More
That blurry line between indie-rock and jam-band music? Dr. Dog stepped over it on Wednesday at the Town Ballroom. Repeatedly.In fact, the group made such arbitrary distinctions between genres to seem... Read More
Rush is coming to town.
After months of “Will they or won’t they?” speculation, the Canadian progressive rock icons and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members dropped the official announcement to... Read More
The rumor had been circulating for a good while already, to the point where hotels in the greater Chicago area were being gobbled up at an alarming rate. But when the official announcement came down l... Read More
You haven’t truly arrived in the world of mega-hit pop music until Weird Al Yankovic has turned your monster smash into a side-splitting parody. Al’s keen eye and ear for the sardonic are both equ... Read More
The names are familiar ones to anyone who has been paying attention to Buffalo’s vibrant blues scene over the past several decades. Jack Civiletto. Gary Sterlace (aka Speedy Parker), Wally Jetterman... Read More