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[BLUES] Although Ana Popovic hails from Belgrade, Serbia, her musical affinity is for American blues, something handed down by her father.
[ROCK] With a 1966 hit single under his belt (“In Love”), Buffalo native Tony Galla went on to sing for the band Raven from 1967-1970, touring with some counterculture icons and signing to Columbia with some help from Jimi Hendrix.
[COMEDY] Taking a slight detour from his previous touring performances, Eddie Izzard has developed this show as a byproduct of his book, Believe Me, released last year.
[INDIE] “Just when you think the rage has cooled in your veins, there’s a brand new flavor that fucking beats your head against the wall every day,” Neko Case told Pitchfork’s Senior Editor, Jillian Mapes, in an interview earlier this year.
[INDIE] A former member of the alt-country collective, The Guthries, Canadian indie singer-songwriter Matt Mays struck a chord with critics and listeners alike when his album Coyote took home the Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year in 2014.
[ROCK] First they were in American Bang, then they became The Cadillac Black, now they’re known as The Cadillac Three. This southern rock trio makes gritty-enough tunes that straddle the lines between modern country and the music of their Allman elders, complete with a dedi
[PUNK] Given their 1995 “hit,” “Disconnected,” which broke through to some mainstream airplay thanks to being included on the soundtracks for Tank Girl and National Lampoon’s Senior Trip, Face to Face are often thought of as being early purveyors of punk-p
[JAZZ] As a longtime member of Elton John’s touring band, it seems an odd coincidence that guitarist John Jorgenson would be playing a Buffalo gig in the wake of his former employer, but Jorgenson comes to town on a different sort of errand, playing “gypsy jazz” with his qu
[POP] “Maybe you’ll get a replacement/There’s plenty like me to be found,” Elton John sings on the title track to one of his most celebrated works, 1973’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.
[POP] What do you do when you’re barely 22 with a net worth of over $40 million bucks and the boy band you sing in goes on hiatus? You launch a solo career, of course. And for Ireland’s Niall Horan, also a member of One Direction, it seems to be paying off.