Gold Koa will play its first show at Rochester Fringe Festival

Gold Koa will play its first show at Rochester Fringe Festival

Indie-pop trio Gold Koa works even while bandmates are on opposite sides of the country. In January, the group released its first single, “Little Lost.” Almost a year later, the group is about to play their first live set as part of the 2018 Rochester Fringe Festival.

 

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ROCK | Martin Barre Band

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CLASSICAL | "Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY"

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CLASSICAL: Voices

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FUNK | Magic Beans

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ROCK | Grand Reopening of Mellow Madness

Mellow Madness is a well-known tattoo shop that's been located at the corner of South Clinton Avenue and Meigs Street since December 2017. After eight grueling months of completely gutting the space and rebuilding from the ground up, the business is hosting its grand reopening and celebrating the eighth anniversary of its existence.

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EMO | Romancer

I have a soft spot in my heart for rock bands with emo tendencies. Enter Romancer, a Canadian quartet with plenty of raw energy and swooning vocals for days.

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Classical review: RPO's 2018-19 season opener

Music Director Ward Stare kick-started the 2018-19 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra season last night, with music by three very familiar composers. But when the program includes a powerhouse soloist, and the musicians acquit themselves so well, that familiarity is very satisfying.

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INDIE | Caroline Rose

In the time between 2014's "I Will Not Be Afraid" and "LONER," which came out this year, Caroline Rose went through a transformation. The singer-songwriter has always excelled at crafting whip-smart, energy-packed tunes.

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