It’s Vinyl Bingo – The Summer Of Love Edition. A new spin on a favorite game. Game starts at 7:00pm
If you’re going to Vinyl Bingo be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.
Every player receives a free Bingo card with 25 squares per game. We’ll start you off with a FREE square in the middle of the card. All the other squares contain a song / a musician / a genre / or specific words. When you hear a song that matches a square on your card –mark the spot. Game plays like regular bingo, with five squares up, down or diagonally connected is a winner. Bring your card to the DJ and collect your prize – and a new card if you’d like to keep playing.
Native of Rochester, NY, Paul has been called “The Human Jukebox“ because of his knowledge of over 700 songs and extraordinary recall of classic tunes.
Paul was named Best Solo Musician in CITY Newspaper’s 2016 Best of Rochester readers’ poll.
Paul has opened for and shared the stage with national acts like Joe Perry (Aerosmith) Edgar Winter, Marc Cohen, Robert Klein and many more. Incorporating his sense of humor and knack for imitation (Johnny Cash does the Bee Gees) – every song is a journey through the past charged with Paul’s incredible energy.
Leah & the Upheaval performs an eclectic mix of jazz standards, 70s pop hits, contemporary R&B tunes, and original songs drawing upon all of these elements.
Freshly minted in August 2016, the group is a configuration of veteran Rochester musicians, featuring the bluesy vocals of Leah Fiorucci. Leah began singing the blues with her father, Danny Fiorucci, when she was just a toddler. She has since refined her craft over the years and assembled a show that is at times moving, at times playful, and always irresistibly danceable!
Mike “Cotton Toe” Scrivens is a student of the ever-growing Blues scene here in Rochester, NY. His playing is the result of busking throughout the city, as well as performing at several open mic nights with some of the area’s finest blues musicians.
His set is comprised of tunes first developed in the Southern Delta region as well as original songs dealing with bourbon, trains, and heartbreak.
“Rochester bluesman Mike “Cotton Toe” Scrivens laughs at the rumors and scuttlebutt surrounding his nickname. As the story goes, Scrivens was minding his own affair, playing a solo gig on a riverboat near Gretna, Louisiana, when a 12-foot gator suddenly appeared on deck, snarling and snapping and thrashing about…” – Read Frank DeBlase’s interview with Mike “Cotton Toe” Scrivens that appeared in in CITY Newspaper http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/rochester/beyond-the-blues-in-alligator-shoes/Content?oid=2895612
Midnight City combines vocal & instrumental talent to deliver unique covers, and original songs with influences ranging from John Mayer to Florence and the Machines to Susan Tedeshchi and Derek Trucks.