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Every player receives a free Bingo card with 25 squares per game. Squares contain a song / a musician / a genre / or specific words. When the DJ spins a song that matches a square on your card – mark the spot. Game plays like regular bingo, with five squares vertically, across or diagonally connected is a winner. Bring your card to the DJ and collect your prize.
Big Blue House is a trio of seasoned musicians with experience in a variety of genres – merging styles and voices into a unique gumbo of folk, rock, blues, jazz and reggae.
Offering a blend of voices, acoustic, rhythm, and lead guitar, stand-up bass, and occasional mandolin, banjo, and resonator guitar – their songs run a broad range of time and genres but keep a consistency of musicality and lyricism.
Big Blue House – Brian Burley, Bob DeRosa, and Harvey Possemato.
B-Side’s Open Jam hosted by Andy Saxby of Banned From the Tavern and Matt Beeman of Acoustic Brew.
Bringing together fellow musicians from the Fairport/Rochester area performing live on stage. There will be a full drum kit, bass, and electric guitar rigs, keyboards, and vocal mics set up and ready to plug in and play. Bring your full band or if you’re a guitarist, bass player, harmonica player, sax player etc. you can jam on stage with the House Band or plug in your acoustic guitar to the house sound system, step up to the mic, and show off your solo skills.
Interested in being a part of the Open Jam? Send us an email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
From high energy stomp, to mellow campfire acoustic – Head to the Roots is singer-songwriter Anthony Siciliano. Anthony pulls at the roots of folk, blues, and rockabilly music. The fabric of his songwriting is both thought provoking and playful, woven with the themes of life exploration, travel, and love.
Joining Anthony on stage will be bassist Drew Rosenberg.
The John Payton Project is a funk, reggae, ska, power pop, rockin’ blues explosion!
At a JPP show the band might take you from a deep reggae groove to a Talking Heads cover, from touches of Band of Gypsies-era Hendrix to flashes of eighties Bowie, weaving a kaleidoscopic soundscape that spans decades and nations. Not disjointed, but nebulous; tight, but soulful; frenetic, but funky, and always so very danceable.
A self-taught musician specializing in blues, jazz, rockabilly (among other genres), the Reverend spins songs of scandal and seduction, of debauchery and overindulgence, of love and lust; no subject is off limits. Inspired by the great American roots and jazz musicians such as Charlie Feathers, Jelly Roll Morton, and Leon Redbone, Reverend Kingfish continues brings to life a classic sound in this modern age. Reverend Kingfish writes music about what’s meaningful to him – namely the darker sides of human experience.
“His music is both easy to listen to but challenging to engage with; tunes that will have you tapping your foot combined with words that will have you reflecting on your inner self. The Reverend has found when lyrical content sits on the edge it always seems to resonate with listeners, and they often come back for more.” – Neal Ganguli / WXXI
A little bit of sass and a whole lot of talent. Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist (she plays over a dozen) and audio engineer Alyssa Trahan is a young force to be reckoned with.
She grew up in East Rochester, where she created a major buzz in her hometown and surrounding areas. In 2016, she made the move to Nashville, TN and has been making big waves in the music industry ever since. In January of 2018, she signed her first publishing deal with Dan Hodges Music. This is an impressive accomplishment for any young writer, but especially for a young female artist that’s new in town. Not only that, but she has become a successful producer in Music City, producing not just her own music and demos, but music & tracks for several other artists & writers as well. In a male-dominated business, Alyssa is giving the guys a run for their money.
Laura brings multi-instrumentalism to a new level to her Americana folk-grass tunes! Rappin’ on a suitcase kick drum with one foot and tappin’ on a tambourine with the other; all the while, hands on her guitar and mouth on her harp.
The Byways EP Release Show with special guests Kitestring, from Ithaca – join us for a great night of original music.
The Byways were founded as the songwriting project of Alex Goettel in 2016. Today, the band includes Matt Goettel on drums, Rob Varron on guitar, as well as a handful of contributing members. Drawing inspiration from classic rock, folk, and soul artists, Alex and The Byways turn heads with jangling guitars, memorable lyrics, and irresistible hooks. The Byways are set to release their first EP in November 2019. https://www.bywaysroc.com/ https://www.facebook.com/BywaysRoc/
Kitestring is a four-piece rock band featuring all-original music with influences from rootsy Americana, Blues, and Soul. The band is based in Ithaca, NY and centers around the unique talent of singer-songwriter Josh Ross whose lyrics explore personal experiences of love, loss, and redemption to weave meaningful messages that speak to the heart of listeners. https://kitestringband.com/ https://www.facebook.com/kitestringband/
Rochester’s hot new singer/songwriter duo Mary Monroe and Nate Coffey provide a unique blend of instrumentation and World-Americana music. Monroe performs the lever harp, voice, and guitar, and Coffey the guitar, voice and bass.
Vinyl is a 4-piece cover band, with members from Teagan & The Tweeds and Tryst.
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!!
Mike plays covers from classic bands like REO Speedwagon, Journey, and The Rolling Stones, to contemporary artists including Ed Sheeran and Jason Mraz, to Americana greats like Roger Cline, Johnny Cash and Neil Young. His fun original songs like “Whose Life is This Anyway?”, “Blender Drinks”, and “Swim up Bar” are loosely based on actual events.
From 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 Buck-O-Nine, Some Ska Band has got it covered. Plus a bunch of originals that have hit written all over them.
Join us for a special night of music with Bobby Rosato & Friends. Bobby moved the NYC and is back in his hometown of Fairport for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bobby Rosato is a guitar, keyboard and trumpet player, and singer/songwriter who brings a unique soulful singing style and engaging personality to a wide range of songs from the 60’s to today. His show uniquely includes a drum and cymbals that he plays with his feet, bringing an unusually high level of energy for a solo acoustic performance. On top of a vast library of songs that range from Springsteen and Bobby Darin to the musical Hamilton, he plays a large number of requests and loves to have fun with a challenging song he’s never performed. Bobby’s shows are a highly interactive entertainment expereince and full of laughs, surprises, a few “wow” moments and lots of sing-along good times.
(Saturday) 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
5 Liftbridge Lane, Fairport, NY 14450
5 Liftbridge Lane
Fairport, New York