High-energy ska, covering all the eras and throwing in plenty of originals.
In October, 2011, in the basement of a local ad agency, five scrappy musicians formed a band with one simple dream: to pull off the biggest diamond heist the world had ever seen. They also discovered that they shared a love of ska, that greatest of all music genres. From the earliest works of the originators like Theo. Beckford, Desmond Deckker and The Skatalites, through the 2Tone era of The Specials, Madness and The English Beat, to 3rd wave and contemporary powerhouses like Rancid, The Toasters and The New Town Kings, Some Ska Band has it covered. Plus, they have a growing pile of originals that have hit written all over them. All told, the band spans 5 decades and two time zones, bringing a loose, laid-back, “what’s-the-worst-that-can-happen?” party attitude to every show.
Join us for our next 5-course pairing dinner – Wednesday May 29th at 6:30pm. Featuring the music of NKOTB (New Kegs On the Block) with Terence Trent Saxby.
Tickets are $35 (including tax & gratuity) and available for purchase at the bar or by phone with a credit card – call Donnelly’s at (585) 377-5450.
The Food: The Mac Whopper
All beef patty, special sauce, pickels, and onions over tater tots. Garnished with sesame seeds.
The Drink: The Blue Lagoon
Blue Curaçao, vodka, and lemonade.
The Food: Sloppy Jose Taco
Sloppy joe ground beef, cheddar cheese, and a mustard relish In crispy flour tortilla cup.
The Drink: Tab Cuba Libre
Tab soda, Bacardi Light Rum, and a lime wheel.
The Food: Steak-umm Rice-A-Roni
Salisbury steak ‘ums drizzled with a house-made squeeze cheese over a mushroom and onion Rice-A-Roni.
The Drink: Bartles and James Wine Cooler
The Food: Cheese Pizza Roll
Mozzarella, cheddar, and Parmesan cheeses and marinara in a crispy wonton roll. Served with a jalapeño pepperoni and sausage ranch-a-Nara cheese sauce for dipping.
The Drink: St. Pauli Girl Beer
The Food: Tiramisu with a hazelnut “creamer” drizzle.
The Drink: The B-52 Coffee.
Gran Marnier, Baily’s, and coffee.
Vinyl is a 4-piece cover band, with members from Teagan & The Tweeds and Tryst – playing wrong chords since 1995.
Playing fun, hip covers to make you forget about the work week. Fun fact… lead vocalist, Jim Marconi, is the only non Chilean in the band. As a result, the band almost took the name Menudo and the White Guy.
Bare Naked Ladies
and much more!!
(Friday) 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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5 Liftbridge Lane
Fairport, New York