For Debby Ryan, the simplest and – many would say – smartest path would be to spin her mouse-eared street cred into splashy, lucrative and (most likely) short-lived singing career.
But the... Read More
On paper, at least, it looks like a strange marriage.
The dense psychedelia and foreboding prog-thrash of Mastodon and the gritty, earthy stoner-metal of Clutch suggest an uneasy union. But when... Read More
The band wore mittens. Listeners huddled in hoodies. But summer at Larkinville is up and running.
Luckily, the featured attraction at the first of Larkinville’s Food Truck Tuesdays was the Joey... Read More
Todd Rundgren has been many things over the course of his 40-plus years in the music business. Pop auteur; Singer-songwriter; Producer; leader of a progressive rock band; Anglophile; Artist eager to... Read More
It’s been six years since Ed Kowalczyk walked away from his multiplatinum-selling band Live and embarked on a solo career.
On Friday night, Kowalczyk paid a visit to Niagara Falls, where he sold... Read More
The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s Friday Coffee Concert was historic in a way. In addition to the usual jelly and jimmied doughnuts, they had paczki and fastnachts. These pre-Lenten pastries... Read More
We didn’t get the first draft pick. But we got the Hip. So quit cryin’ in your beer.
Speaking of teams, the Tragically Hip have always been a great one, a five-man unit capable of finding the... Read More