Hello friends. You are invited.
Janice Mitchell, vocals Jim Beishline, piano Buddy Fadale, bass your host, drum set
Buffalo's Queen of Soul... Actually, considering her vocal curriculum vitae, Janice Mitchell's claim to that title could extend far beyond her hometown. But another well known singer is already globally so ordained, so we'll claim Janice for ourselves. Luckily for us, our former Raelette, having travelled the world with the legendary Ray Charles, is happy at home singing to local audiences. And that local audience this Tuesday is you, dear listener. Our way of thanking you for your continuing support is this one special night with Janice. Please join us. Milkie's on Elmwood is at the intersection of West Utica & Elmwood Avenue. 882-5881
Friday, 5/31 at the Kenan Center
Tommy Paladino, piano Buddy Fadale, bass yours truly, drum set
Guitarist Ralph Fava traditionally opens the annual 100 American Craftsmen weekend at the Kenan Center, but a family obligation will interrupt our tradition this one time. Veteran pianist Tommy Paladino has graciously agreed to sub for Ralph.
next Tuesday, 6/4 at Milkie's Elmwood
Russ D'Alba, saxophone George Kane, guitar Wayne Moose, bass your host, drum set
Upcoming at Milkie's Elmwood
Tuesday, 6/11 Barbara Jean
Tuesday, 6/25 Russ Carere, Sr
Tuesday, 6/18 Western New York Jazz Orchestra
The Upstate Express
trioPAYAZZO Ainse que Deux
Kenny Kuriscak & Tim Clarke
Patty Flaherty & Craig Kastelnik
And may their survivors take comfort in the truth and honor of their mission...
It's always the generals with the bloodiest records who are the first to shout what a hell it is. And it's always the war widows who lead the Memorial Day parades.
- Paddy Chayefsky