more by Kellie Powell
[POP] Grace Potter was known as the frontwoman of the roots-rock outfit The Nocturnals before she pursued a solo career in 2015.
[COMEDY] Kurt Braunohler looks like the nerdy guy in your office, but that’s just part of his image.
[TOUR] Between the War of 1812—which left the City of Buffalo in ashe—and the folklore of Seneca Nation, some might say our city is fertile ground for paranormal activity.
[NEW WAVE] Credited as one of the most influential bands of the 1980s, Culture Club took the world by storm with their androgynous lead singer, Boy George, and a collection of soul-influenced pop hits, from
[COMEDY] Jim Norton is one of the most multi-faceted joke-wranglers on the comedy scene.
[PUNK] Blink-182 pioneered a brand of punk that relished in pop’s uplifting melodies, with a consistent “life sucks” dialogue.
[PSYCHADELIC] Two strange worlds collide in the multi-colored sonic universe of Claypool Lennon Delirium. The duo comprised of Sean Lennon and Les Claypool of Primus formed while the pair were touring last year, both playing in separate acts.