more by Kellie Powell
[ROCK] In keeping with the recent renaissance of classic rock revival acts, British Invasion group, The Zombies are on a world tour that stops at the Seneca Niagara Casino on Friday, May 20
[FUSION] Consider The Source plays progressive rock and jazz-fusion with a touch of intergalactic shimmer—all drenched in a Middle Eastern glaze. The results could easily sound like an overwrought mess, but instead it’s earthy, original and hypnotic.
[JAZZ] Marco Benevento strikes the ivory of his upright piano, meticulously calculating each note’s effect on the one that precedes it.
[COMEDY] Actor and comedian Faizon Love is best known for roles in the films Friday, Elf, The Replacements, Made, and Couples Retreat. Love also co-starred in the sitcom The Parent ‘Hood, and made guest-appearances in The...
[COMEDY] Before Amy Schumer swept the nation with her hit film, Trainwreck, she was roasting controversial celebs like Charlie Sheen, and dishing out her biting stand-up on Last Comic Standing and beyond.
[BLUES] Hailing from southern Indiana comes Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band. Through a hearty combination of delta blues and backwoods bravado, this family trio plays with a musical dexterity that’s sharp as a thistle.
[COMEDY] Tim Meadows is arguably one of the most underrated comics of his generation. One of Saturday Night Live’s’ longest running cast members, his capacity for improv is beyond remarkable.
[ALT ROCK] The Ithaca-based quintet, X Ambassadors surfaced in 2009 with a self-released self-titled debut, featuring “Litost.” Their knack for sticky melodies has been rightly thwarted into the mainstream
[LECTURE] Kevin Spacey doesn’t spend the majority of his time making Hollywood blockbusters, but when he does, he does it well. Starting out in theatre, Spacey made his move to television in the late 1980s before landing roles on the big screen.