more by Vanessa Oswald
Buffalo is a city that takes pride in its spaces that help artists, whether you’re a painter, dancer, poet, or musician, to create art and exhibit it in its various venues.
[ROCK] Singer-songwriter Caroline Rose is quite the enigma of the music landscape. She was born in Long Island to visual artist parents and she started writing songs when she was 13.
[POP] It’s been two years since Lucy Dacus released her debut album No Burden and graced the stage of Buffalo’s Tralf Music Hall. This time she will be performing at Babeville’s 9th Ward on Tuesday, March 12.
[EXPERIMENTAL] Curtis Lovell is inviting spectators to come watch an intimate live recording at GCR Audio at 564 Franklin Street on Monday, April 23.
[PERFORMANCE] Artists Halley Marie Shaw, Megan Kemple, and Lissa Roads have curated a night combining dance, poetry, performance art, and music in a show titled Vessel: Ruined/Accidental Intimacies/LiveNudeRewrites.
[INDIE] Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield has been playing music with her sister Allison for as long as she can remember.
[DANCE] Buffalo’s very own three-day dance festival, Dance Days of Buffalo, is returning for its second year and will take place Friday, August 4 through Sunday, August 6.
[ART PARTY] Multi-talented artist Halley Marie Shaw is presenting a creatively diverse night of dance, poetry, performance art, and music in her show titled Vessel: Fragmented Fiction, Solid Soundtrack with creative direction by Angela Christina Lopez.