more by Kellie Powell
[ROCK] For those of you who planned on attending the ZZ Top with Greg Allman concert at Darien Lake on Tuesday, August 23, it is with a heavy heart that I inform you that, due to health issues,
[COMEDY] They call him the African King of Comedy, but Michael Blackson’s hilarity transcends all races. The nickname comes from the comic’s strong West African accent, which flavors his bits quite nicely.
[ROCK] On their latest tour run in support of their eleventh and latest album, Boxes, Buffalo’s pride and joy, the Goo Goo Dolls, return to their hometown.
[COUNTRY] From heartfelt ballads like “We Danced” to lighthearted jams like “I’m Gonna Miss Her,” Brad Paisley boasts consistently good music.
[ROCK] There are many roads to a successful musical career, but usually the road less traveled is the one with the most gripping story. This is the case with Lowest of the Low.
[COMEDY] You can’t change the way you were born, but you can laugh about it, and that’s exactly what legal dwarf and comedian, Brad Williams, does and invites others to do.
[ROCK] At their best, Styx are a group that’s never shied away from diving head first into new waters, boasting a catalogue that spans across four decades and countless musical styles—from metal and guitar-heavy rock to classical and techno pop.
[FILM] Presented by Catholic Health, Tuesday Night Flix is a free outdoor film series at Canalside.
[BLUES] With a firm grasp on the blues of the 1950s and 1960s, Jared James Nichols is a human anachronism. Nichols and his Swedish bandmates, Eriik Sandin and Dennis Holm, are a force to be reckoned with.
[POP] It’s been a while since the mainstream pop scene has enjoyed a strong girl band, but 5th Harmony is honorably carrying the torch – once held by the likes of the Spice Girls and Pussycat Doll