I like the Anderson Stingrays. They were asked to play the show by Joe Queer and that really says a lot. I think these guys rule.
For those who won't be attending Friday's RPO concert, stop by Nazareth College Arts Center when the Pipes and Drums of the Black Watch 3rd Battalion (the Royal Regiments of Scotland) and the Band of the Scots Guards present a program entitled British Isles of Wonder, celebrating the music of Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales. The program will also include an armed forces tribute. The show starts at 8 p.m.; artscenter.naz.edu.
I Have some huge concerts coming up at my venue over the next couple months.
Keak da Sneak on Mar. 16th- HUGE PRIORITY!!!!
The first shows are the ones we have this weekend.
friday the 8th, and sat the 9th.
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Too bad they got the original opener booted off the bill.
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Anderson Stingrays are literally the worst band in town. I love pop punk, and they are horrible at it. Teenage Bottlerocket and Masked Intruder are far and away the best bands on this show, and they barely get a mention?
matt and kim didnt play lesson learned last night!!!!
I am a life-long 007 fan (although still feel strongly that Sean Connery was second-to-nobody in the role), and attended this concert on Friday night. I am also the son of a Julliard-trained classical pianist, hence from birth I've learned a thing or two over the years with regard to music in general and musical performances.
Although I enjoyed the concert in general, I too felt that this performance of the music was "scaled back", and lacked the passion, volume, and intensity of the original music. I also noted that the vast majority of concert attendees sat completely still and static throughout the concert, while my head was bobbing and weaving with the beat. Overall, I was wondering, "where's the passion"?, both in terms of the orchestra and particularly the audience.
The are also three great local bands opening and promoting this show....Nasty Trast....INTOX.......Steel Kingdom
Max Creek is great, Water Street... not so much. Unfortunately they seem to have a monopoly on the Rochester music scene for a venue of that size. Drinks are WAY overpriced ($5-$6 for a 12oz keg beer in a plastic cup). $25 cover for a headliner that doesn't take the stage until 11pm and then plays maybe 2 hours... It's Water Street's way of forcing you (and your money) to spend the entire night at their venue. I'd much rather see headline acts go on around 8pm and play 'til 11pm w/ a short set break. Water Street sux.
The bands still have pre show tickets available for folks who are ready to spend night or two out groovin' to some great music!
This band definitely became solid when Doug joined on bass. He really knows hows to make that bass line just flow so smoothly with the song, yet pop it enough to be noticeable.
This Girl is the real thing. I have been playing in Jazz, rock , Blues, Country and everything in between for a number of yrs and really felt that I had experienced every thing this city had to offer and was just trying to survive like every other musician in Western New York and then I heard Natalie and became excited about this new fresh and unbelievably talented voice with a strong stage presence to boot. When Natalie asked me if I wanted to play in her band I immediately said yes and I have been having a great time with her band ever since.
That comment deserves a hug! We love you for your Brains!!!!!!!!
Without Flubber we would still be on the Moon.
Wonderful article Natalie! Natalie B always makes sure that everyone is having a good time at a Natalie B Band show! Can't wait til Friday at the Dino BBQ!
Love you much!!!! Linda and John Cianciola
Congrats Deb...you're a real star with dreams, combined with peace inside...a rarity...<3
Although this review is valid at points, I think Moon Zombie's ever switching genres is great. They always keep me guessing on what style they're going to play next and I really enjoy the spastic energy of everyone in the band. I've seen them several times and I recommend them to everyone I know, because their style of music is all inclusive.
Hoping to make this, and see some fellow friends there as well!!! <3
I enjoyed reading this article, and I enjoy reading Paloma Capanna in City. However, I do have to offer a correction. I saw Handel's Messiah performed on Saturday, December 1, at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Reformation on Chestnut Street.
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