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Forgotten Rebels
Town Ballroom
Saturday October 18th 2014


The Forgotten Rebels with special guests: BO-BO, Wolf Tickets & Johnny Revolting - Saturday, October 18, 2014

7:00 pm door / general admission

In a world and time where absolute free sex was everywhere, drunk driving was normal, sponsorship was a sellout to the system, mushrooms were legal, political correctness wasn't even a thought and sex, music and fashion were one and the same...The Forgotten Rebels were born.
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The Forgotten Rebels have toured/played with such bands as: the Clash, the Ramones, Sir Iggy Pop, the Cramps, Ian Hunter & Mick Ronson and many others.

Tickets on sale Now - ($18.00 advance / $20.00 day of show)
Available online at TICKETFLY.COM and Town Ballroom box office.

Town Ballroom box office is open Monday-Friday 12-5pm. Call to charge by phone 1.877.987.6487

The Tralf Music Hall
Tuesday November 25th 2014
Carl PalmerBUFFALO NY -- Carl Palmer, among the most renowned drummers in rock history and a founding member of both ELP and ASIA, is returning to the world stage for an extensive solo tour that will celebrate the global release of his new DECADE DVD which chronicles a 2011 tour show. The Carl Palmer world tour makes a Buffalo stop at Tralf Music Hall on November 25th.

Entitled “Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy Rhythm Of Light 2014 Tour,” the famed musician will present a show that includes bold, new arrangements of the best-loved instrumental music of ELP, and other composers. Carl Palmer Legacy is a red-hot power trio that features Palmer on drums and percussion; guitarist Paul Bielatowicz and bassist Simon Fitzpatrick.

Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy will play nearly two hours and drum enthusiasts can expect an evening of compelling percussive skills, from the man who brought the drum set to the forefront of rock n roll music. The Tralf continues it's long held tradition of presenting iconic music masters. Tickets for Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy are on sale now. Reserved seating only for this amazing show.

Reserved Seating Tickets On Sale Now! / Wal-Mart / Tralf Box Office 716.852.2860

By Bob Silvestri

Nick Veltri - Sam Guarino R&B and Soul Revue

CD Review - By Bob Silvestri

Nick Veltri-Sam GuarinoThe latest release from the Nick Veltri-Sam Guarino R&B and Soul Revue is a live set culled from last year's Memorial Day blowout show held at Classic's V on May 27th, 2013. The disc is dedicated to "Buffalo's Own Queen of Soul" the late Barbara St. Clair who performed at the show and is featured on the disc. Sinclair died in September of 2013. The nineteen tracks feature some of the finest local talent and musicians. Lots of good stuff here including the Sinclair tracks "Take Me to The River" and "Dr. Feel Good" showcasing what a dynamo powerhouse singer she was. She is sorely missed. Billy McEwan turns in a smoking hot "Tonawanda Wild Man" and The Box Tops classic "The Letter" and the dynamic Patti Parks gives "Baby Work Out" the full workout. Joe Head nearly steals the show with a stellar "Go Now" and Denzell Ward gives a fiery rendition of "I Want to Testify". Others appearing on the album include Sue Kincaid, Caitlin Koch, Dolly Dee, Ed Bores, John Riggi, Pete Holguin, Stephen Sadoff, Ron Davis, Guy Nirelli, Bob Meier, Joe Parisi, Nick Salamone and Nick Veltri and Sam Guarino. For more information about the Veltri-Guarino R&B and Soul Revue, upcoming shows and to purchase V-XXVII-XIII contact Sam Guarino at

Willie Nile
- American Ride -

CD Review - By Bob Silvestri

Willie NileGrantland Rice wrote "For one the one great scorer comes to write against your name, he writes not if you won or lost but how you played the game" words that can surely apply to Willie Nile. A songwriter and poet among the Dylan's and Springsteen's, Nile (BMHOF Class of 2005) has sometimes rather quietly too, created some of the finest lyrical and musical albums to rival and surpass the aforementioned artists over his career. Sometimes in the spotlight often in near anonymity always soldiering on undaunted. Backed by the incredible talents of his band (Johnny Pisano-bass, Matt Hogan-guitars and Alex Alexander-drums) and help from some guest artists among them Steuart Smith and James Maddock it comes as no surprise that Nile's latest release American Ride is close to perfection. His song palette is heartfelt ("There's No Place Like Home"/"She's Got My Heart"), political ("Holy War"/ "God Laughs") or poetic ("Sunrise in New York"/"American Ride"). A rocker at heart Nile kicks out the jams on "This is Our Time", "Life on Bleecker Street" and a cover of the Jim Carroll classic "People Who Died". Check out and purchase Willie Nile's latest album American Ride and other merchandise at

- Gold & Dirt -

CD Review - By Bob Silvestri

WolfThe local music scene has been turning out a bumper crop of extraordinarily talented women musicians. The latest to hit the scene goes by the nom de guerre Wolf. Armed with an acoustic guitar, a batch of songs and an earnest yearning voice Buffalo native Wolf has released a very nice three song EP recorded at GCR Studios with Brad Lauchert behind the board. The songs show a young women who is bold, fearless and not afraid of being honest in her convictions but also with a clever sense of sincerity. The songs "Liar", "Unconventional" and "Cross" feel intimate yet funky, sweet yet grungy blending folk with alternative rock. Wolf has a very active live performance schedule which you can find at or at

Blue Rodeo
- In Our Nature -
CD Review - By Bob Silvestri

Blue RodeoSometimes a band can be unfairly judged against their own best work. Blue Rodeo hit a benchmark with their 1993 masterpiece Five Days in May and it seems every release from the band thereafter was compared to that album. As I stated judged unfairly as some of those songs from some of those albums have turned into staples of their live show an element where the band truly shines. And yes some of the material is best left to historians. However Blue Rodeo's new album In Our Nature does hold up as some of the best work of their career. The band has under gone some changes in their live show due to health concerns for Greg Keelor's hearing but those changes seem reflected in the new songs also. Softer arrangements, the use of brushes for a softer drum sound, using outside writers, doing a cover song and just the passing of time have the band doing some of the best work of their career. Highlights include "Wondering" that features a nice in the pocket Crazy Horse drum sound from Glenn Milchem, "Mattawa" and the soulful singing of Jim Cuddy on "When The Truth Comes Out". Other gems include the title tune "In Our nature" a classic mysterious sounding nugget from Keelor, "Made Up Your Mind" and the country waltz of "Tell Me Again". The album delivers a big payout with "Paradise" a song that plays like a late night conversation and career summation of the band. The album closes with two of the best songs Blue Rodeo has ever recorded in their more than twenty five year history. First comes "Tara's Blues" a bittersweet tale of lost love featuring a pleading vocal from Keelor. His sobbing pronunciation of the word "blue" will melt the coldest of hearts while Bob Egan's mid song pedal steel solo elevates the song to astounding heights. The same goes for the final cut a take of Robbie Robertson's "Out of the Blue". Another outstanding vocal from Keelor and ghost like back ground vocals make this an instant classic. For more on Blue Rodeo and their latest release In Our Nature visit
Walt Wilkins and The Mystiqueros
- Wildcat Pie & The Great Walapateya -

CD Review - By Bob Silvestri

Walt Wilkins and The MystiquerosTexas troubadour Walt Wilkins has released another fine collection of songs this one with his longtime amigos The Mystiqueros titled Wildcat Pie & The Great Walapateya. Wilkins has made Western New York one of his regular summer stops and has made lasting friendships in the area. His shows here are always a mix of friends, family, food, fun and good music. The seventeen songs on the disc are a mix of choice covers and songs from Wilkins or various Mystiqueros own pens. Lonesome harmonies, splendid guitar work and great songs are the order on any Wilkins release but he scores big with these new additions to his musical arsenal. "It's Only Rain", the soul fried nugget "Somebody", the whimsical "King For A Day" that seems to found its way to Texas through the Caribbean and "Love and a Good Buzz" are all highlights. Other highlights include "If I Had a Little Truck", "This Old House" and "Believe". Highlights among the covers songs include Eric Clapton's "Give Me Strength", "Beautiful Texas Sunshine" from another Texas troubadour the late great Doug Sahm and the immortal Harlan Howard/Tompall Glaser country classic "Streets of Baltimore". To find out more about Walt Wilkins and The Mystiqueros go to or

Steely Dan
Events Center-Seneca Niagara Casino
Niagara Falls, NY- August 8th, 2014

Concert review by Bob Silvestri-

Walter BeckerThose preeminent hipsters Walter Becker and Donald Fagen collectively known as Steely Dan rolled into the Events Center at the Seneca- Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, NY on August 8th, 2014 for a stop on their Jamalot Ever After Summer 2014 Tour. Their jazz rock sound has been praised and vilified over the years and while they may not be everyone's cup of tea their body of work consists of numerous radio hits, essential albums and most of all it remains timeless.

Tonight's show, sold out for weeks in advance, would feature a bevy of hits and a few deep cuts all from the '70's and 80's era but nothing from the last few albums by the band or any solo material. Now before anyone gets their knickers in a knot let me say that Steely Dan are one of my all-time favorite band's and I began my love affair with them around 1973. I have also seen the band live in concert numerous times over the years but tonight was not one of their better performances at least for me. The show seemed a bit scripted and slickly produced to be free of any errors or spontaneity. It lacked heart or emotion and was per functionary. The between song patter and individual solo all were performed on cue and are sure to be nearly the same on each stop of the tour. A lot of that on any of the big tours today has more to do with the amount of computers used in the lighting and sound leaving the artist little room to improvise even if they wanted to do so. That being said I did however enjoy the show.

Donald FagenThe band kicked off the nearly ninety minute show with "Cubano Chant" a Latin tinged number that showcased the amazing rhythm section of Keith Carlock on drums and session ace Freddie Washington on bass. The duo found a groove they would mine all evening. Then Becker and Fagen casually strolled on stage to rapturous applause from the audience followed by three female background singers (Cindy Mizelle, La Tanya Hall and Carolyn Leonhart-Escoffery). The ladies would prove to be a very bright spot of the show especially Mizelle who is fresh off a couple of jaunts around the world with Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band. Becker/Fagen and band proceeded to glide through four of their biggest hits "Black Cow", a beautiful version of "Aja", "Hey Nineteen" and "Black Friday". But the real surprise and the best part of the show came next. Three tracks off their second album Countdown to Ecstasy "Show Biz Kids", "Razor Boy" and "Bodhisattva" gave all three women and the four piece horn section their chance in the spot light with a stellar "Time Out of Mind" and a slinky "Daddy Don't Live in that New York City No More" with Becker handling vocals sandwiched between the CDTE songs.

They headed for the finish line with "Josie", "Peg", "My Old School" and a lengthy "Reeling in The Years" that had the crowd standing, singing and rocking out to their high school memories. The band returned for an encore of "Kid Charlemagne" one of their classic hits. Being able to hear Fagen sing the classic lyric "Is there gas in the car? Yes, there's gas in the car" alone was worth the admission price. The band played a vamp out as Becker and Fagen bid adieu and sent the crowd out to the casino floor. For more upcoming shows at the Seneca Casinos go to

The Goo Goo Dolls
Bear's Den, Seneca Niagara Casino
April 12th, 2014

Concert review by Bob Silvestri-

The Goo Goo DollsThe Goo Goo Dolls made a triumphant return to Western New York to begin a series of three shows spaced out through the end of summer. First up was an acoustic show dubbed The Otis Midnight Sessions at the Bear's Den at the Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, NY on April 12th, 2014 before a sold out crowd. The band is currently in the midst of a three week sold out tour playing smaller venues in an unplugged storyteller's style. The band is surrounded by a host of back up musicians including ace sessions drummer Kenny Aronoff and Run River North a Los Angeles based band. The two hour show is not an acoustic show actually but a stripped down show from the sheds and hockey arenas the band normally plays. At times there were ten or eleven musicians on stage including John and Robby.

Seated on stools center stage and playing acoustic guitars and bass throughout the performance the Goo's looked relaxed to be home and be themselves. Shout out to family members, stories about awkward brushes with famous celebrities bantering with the crowd and a self depreciating sense of humor showed they are still Buffalo boys even after traveling the world. The set consisted of a mix from their latest release Magnetic and earlier and later career hits and fan favorites.

The Goo Goo DollsThere were many memorable moments during the twenty song set among them the band's bigger hits "Name", Black Balloon", "Slide", "Broadway". While "Two Days in February" and "We Are The Normal" from earlier in their career pleased those who have followed the band since the beginning. Another bright spot were the cuts from Magnetic including "Slow It Down", "Happiest of Days", a stunning vocal by Robby on "Bringing OnThe Night" and "Rebel Beat" that had the entire crowd rocking on their feet. They closed the set with the hit song "Iris" before coming back to perform "Become" for an encore.

The Goo's have come a long way from the dingy Buffalo dive bars where they carved a reputation to the international hit making machine of today. Their metamorphosis has been amazing turning from young punk wanna be's to a top concert draw who also regularly reside at the top of the charts.

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Jay Z
First Niagara Center - Buffalo, NY
January 30th, 2014

Concert review by Dylan Kallay-
( teen reporter.)

Jay Z - First Niagara Center Buffalo NYOn Thursday January 30th The First Niagara Center and the citizens of buffalo that bought the tickets were able to witness quite a show. Jay-Z is a multi-million dollar entrepreneur, Grammy winning artist, producer, founded the popular record label Roc Nation, he even owns his own sporting agency (Clients include: Robinson Cano, Victor Cruz, and Kevin Durant). Despite all these responsibilities of the 44 year old, he still writes, comes out with albums (Magna Carta Holy Grail came out in the summer of 2013,) and tours. The Magna Carta World Tour took a stop in Buffalo, so 125$ later I tagged along with a packed house at the FNC to witness one of my favorite MC's perform and I wasn't disappointed in any sense of the word.

Jay Z - First Niagara Center Buffalo NYThe seats I had were great. I was eye level and very close to Jay-Z despite the fact they weren't floor seats. The concert was supposed to start at 8:00pm but there was almost a one hour delay, fortunately there was a DJ to fill the gap and kept us busy. But when HOV finally appeared he put on a show. I don't remember the whole setlist (you could probably find it online), but it was versatile. He opened with "U Don't Know" to set the tone for the entire show. He did his classics as well as his new stuff that kept me off my seat and rapping along to the lyrics. Even though Jay-Z has an estimated net worth of $500 million that keeps on growing, he performed like he was trying to get a record deal, he performed like he had nothing to lose. The way he performs he definitely earns his pay. At one time during the concert he performed "N***** in Paris" then "Tom Ford" then "PSA" in succession. The entire FNC crowd was livid, including me. Playing 3 of his most popular, upbeat, tracks. Everyone was hype, throwing up their dynasty signs cheering for HOV. The Whole crowd got a lot of energy from Jay-Z, and Jay-Z got a lot of energy from the crowd, it was a cycle that kept the concert going. He did "Run This Town" before walking off stage. But the FNC wanted more. Cheering for an encore, Jay-Z came back out and fittingly did "Encore" along with introducing his live band he brought with him. Each band member did their own little solo to show off their skills, which was really cool. Then the final songs he did were "Empire State of Mind" celebrating New York, two classic songs with "Izzo" and "Hard Knock Life." Jay-Z ended it with "Forever Young" which was a song he used in tribute to the late Nelson Mandela. They turned off all the lights in the FNC and told the crowd to light the place up. Everyone brought out there camera lights and lighters to illuminate the place. It was like staring into space. After all that, the concert was over. It was an experience I'll never forget to say the least.

Everything about the concert was perfect, Jay-Z's performance, the crowd, the music as a whole was flawless. If you're a fan of Jay-Z or of hip-hop in general and didn't go to the concert, you missed out. I personally need to see Jay again, the way he gets into his music you can tell that he really cares about his craft.

—Local Artists Showcase—
This time out our Local Artist Showcase features some old and new faces on the local music scene. Remember to support local music and support those venues that feature local artists.

Monday Night Mistake-
Monday Night MistakeWith a fresh adult alternative style Monday Night Mistake stands out from the carbon copy sound of most bands these days. Founded in 2009 the original two piece collaboration of Frank Tierney(guitar/vocals) and David Pfeiffer (vocals/guitar) tinkered with their sound until they honed it into the current six piece outfit (Mike Lindstrom (drums), Cameron Powell (guitar), Cliff Obrist (keyboards) and will Tierney (bass).
With a couple of outstanding gigs around town including at the Town Ballroom and The Waiting Room, Monday Night Mistake could have a bright future.
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B Side Dubs-
The B-Side DubsTaking no prisoners and pulling no punches are the B-Side Dubs a psychedelic cornucopia of rock, electronic and alternative sounds all pinned down by a fierce Reggae dub beat. Beside a plethora of local gigs the band manages to play a significant amount of festivals and the constant touring has made them a very tight musical outfit with a sizable following. Hard to believe, real musicians making real and incredibly good music these days.
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Brimstone Blondes-
Brimstone BlondesDrawing inspiration from 60's pop, garage rock and Surf music are the young Turks in Brimstone Blondes Matthew Danger Lippman - Lead Vocals/Guitar/Keyboards, Joseph Scrinchin Barth - Drums/Vocals, Alex Mersinger - Bass/Vocals and Jacob Cohen - Violin/Guitar/Vocals. Their new release When We Where Blonde was recorded at GCR Studios with Justin Rose at the knobs and captures the band's raw primal sound. Dare to be Blonde with the Brimstone Blondes.
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Dive House Union-
Dive House UnionArguably the finest band currently making music on the Western New York scene is Dive House Union consisting of some of the finest musicians in the area ( David Michael Miller - Lead Vocals/Guitar, Todd Eberwine - Lead Guitar/Vocals, Shannon Street - Drums/Vocals, Dave Herr - Bass/Vocals, Tom Scime - Keyboards and Barry Arbogast - Sax). Their power house sound and legendary live performances have earned them a nonpareil reputation among musical aficionados. You can often find them playing on Thursday nights at CPG's Blues Night with Anita West.

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Handsome Jack-
Handsome JackWith a musical sound that was forged from the sticky floor of the legendary Mohawk Place when the stage was still in the front for you young whippersnappers is Handsome Jack (Jamison Passuite - Guitar/Vox, Joey Verdonselli - Bass/Vox, Phil Allport -Organ/Guitar and Chad Salmeri- Drums). Many a summer Thursday night the best band in town wasn't the headliner at the Square it was Handsome Jack peeling the paint from the walls of the Mohawk after the Square shows had ended. You can almost still smell the hot dogs cooking out front of the place. While their sound has mellowed somewhat the band forges on releasing new material and playing wherever the road takes them.
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Bruce Wojick-
Bruce WojickOne of the most talented and respected musicians in the area, Bruce Wojick is a tour de force. The Niagara Falls, NY native has held a spot in both God's Children and Klear before embarking on a solo career which includes his duo with Jamie Holka and a spot in Strictly Hip. His music has appeared on television ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "X-Files", "ER", "Touched by an Angel") and movies ("Vegas Vacation", Disney's "Man of the House" and the Meryl Streep and Jason Robards piece "A Thousand Acres") and he has opened and performed with major artists (The Goo Goo Dolls, Chuck Berry, Kid Rock, Alice Cooper, Government Mule and Puddle of Mudd). He also has appeared on numerous album releases over the years.
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Bemus Bay Pops
The Bemus Bay Pops concerts are performed outdoors on the amazing Floating Stage on Lake Chautauqua in Bemus Point NY
Buffalo Party Bands
Buffalo Party Bands
offers the most trusted and professional Live Party Band Music in Buffalo and Western New York.

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Martin's Fantasy Island
Grand Island, NY
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