The Eastman School of Music this morning announced its
2017-18 Eastman Presents Concert Series, with seven Kodak Hall performances
planned, including a collaboration between Chick Corea
and Steve Gadd and a Broadway show by Patti LuPone. All shows will be in Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre (60 Gibbs Street) and start
at 8 p.m.
Kinky Friedman is a prolific and profane man in black with his fingers knuckle-deep in all sorts of pies. He is a sharp-tongued, satirical troubadour.
Man alive, this town loves its festivals. And Mayor Lovely Warren, on Monday, announced the resurrection of the Rochester MusicFest in Genesee Valley Park -- the festival was known as the SummerFest the last few years.
New Orleans act Dirty Bourbon River Show is more than a band. It's a show with extra biz.
David Miller's blues is about letting go and being let go. He was always active in music, leading bands in high school and playing in church, but it was never his main focus.
Beyond the tunes, success in the music industry often hinges on an excellent live show. And no band has toured as hard or has consistently poured its heart out onstage as Flogging Molly.
Joe Fiedler never meant to play the trombone, but that hasn't stopped him from becoming one of the most in-demand players on the New York scene. Growing up in Pittsburgh in the 1960's and 70's, his home life wasn't particularly musical.
Rochester songwriters give a peek inside their process and reveal what's at the heart of a song
Our annual Best Busker Contest in the South Wedge!
Rochester blues drummer extraordinaire Ralph "Uncle Ralph" Bushey passed away Wednesday, March 8, from complications
following a stroke. Bushey, who was 58, was a beloved member of the music scene in Rochester as the
drummer for the Nightstalkers, where he was a solid,
in the pocket player.
Love precedes Tart Vandelay as it leaves a chaotically smooth pastel wash in its wake. With jazzy guitar and looped female vocals that stop just shy of infinity, Tart Vandelay is mesmerizing in its stunning, deceptive simplicity.
When you're in a hard rock band and the holy trinity of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll has lost its glitter and appeal, what do you do? What do you sing about?
It's hard to believe that the Rochester Music Hall of Fame is now planning for its sixth annual induction ceremony.