Hello friends. What a great summer...
Mike Costley, vocals Bobby Jones, piano Bill Staebell, bass your host, drum set
Reunion Tuesdays continues. This Tuesday we'll reprise Mike Costley's Art Gallery performance, but in a far more intimate setting. I'd advise an early arrival if you want to get a table or a seat at the bar. This will be another of those memorable nights. Milkie's on Elmwood, at the intersection of West Utica & Elmwood Avenue. 882-5881 I'd advise an early arrival if you want to get a table or a seat at the bar. This will be another of those memorable nights. Milkie's on Elmwood, at the intersection of West Utica & Elmwood Avenue. 882-5881
Wednesday, 7/31 at the Fredonia Gazebo 6:30 - 8:30
The Dave Golando Big Band
Looking forward to the challenge of playing Dave's book for the first time... I'm told that the Fredonia Gazebo is on route 20 in the center of town.
next Sunday, 8/4 at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery 2:00 - 4:00
The Western New York Jazz Orchestra
Dave Kayne - piano, arranger, composer
Jim Bohm, Mark Filsinger, Joe Martino, Paul Wos - trumpets
Dave DeWitt, John Hasselback, Alan Jaenecke, Lon Gormley, Brian Poulan - trombones
Brian Tervo, Craig Incontro, Ken Kuriscak, Ken Witman, Bruce Johnstone - saxes
Mike Moser - guitar
Cameron Kayne - bass
your host - drum set
The Western New York Jazz Orchestra has the distinction of closing out year 32 of the longest running free concert series in the country. It is simply an honor to play these concerts and to be associated with all of the good people who make it happen: Stan Lipsey, Don Metz, the long list of esteemed musicians, the sound crew, and a grateful audience. And somehow, year after year, the weather has been with us. The Karma is good for a reason...
next Tuesday, 8/6 at Milkie's Elmwood 7:00 - 10:00
Mike Kaupa, trumpet Bobby Jones, piano Buddy Fadale, bass your host, drum set
Upcoming at Milkie's Elmwood
Tuesday, 8/13 Kenny Kuriscak & Tim Clarke
Tuesday, 8/27 trioPAYAZZO plus 2
Tuesday, 10/15 Patty Flaherty & Craig Kastelnik
beauty, karma, and truth...
The fact is, there really is no such thing as 'normal'. Everybody's different, and that is the essence of their beauty.
- Kevin Aucoin
- Kevin Aucoin