Cedric Watson, an electrifying talent and performer, will play at the Sportsmen's Tavern Sept. 21.
“The Great 24-Hour Mural-Thon” will begin Friday evening at 9 p.m. and continue throughout the night, ending at 9 p.m. on Saturday.
In an already crowded summer festival calendar, Buffalo’s unique, wildly diverse Infringement Festival stands out. This year, the multi-genre art festival will span eleven days from Thursday, July 22 to Sunday, August 1 at more than fifteen venues.
One of the twenty-three Buffalo-raised bands who will hit the stage is the rising alt-rock band Speakeasy Three.
The Boston-based band's obvious influence might be Guided by Voices, but musically, it's an ambitious stew of cello, organ, trumpet, and more.
Rockin' at the Knox offers many things to many people. Music fans dig the line-up, while social butterflies love the scene.
The exhibit by photographer Jim Dow showcases the subtle appeal of old-time baseball fields that are disappearing with increasing frequency across the country.
NYC rapper Cage stops by Mohawk Place on June 21 for a solo show.
After a year off, Rockin’ at the Knox is back in a big way. Scheduled for June 18th at Elmwood Avenue's venerable Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the 2010 model is headlined by two internationally acclaimed acts: cerebral indie rock faves the National and the wildly eclectic Rufus Wainwright.