2019 Musicians

Featuring local musicians the LAST weekend of each month! Come join us for some great tunes, friends, food & drinks

 

September

Saturday the 21st 6:00-9:00: Ma’am & D.B. Rielly 

MA’AM

MA’AM is a fresh duo from southern West Virginia featuring Amy McIntire and Mary Ashton. The two met at a winter music festival in Lewisburg West Virginia in 2017, and they haven’t separated since. Two powerhouse vocalists, along with guitar, banjo, pedal steel and sweet sultry harmonies take you on a punky, folk journey of musical sweetness. Yes MA’AM!

www.MAAMband.com

https://www.facebook.com/maamgirlband

D.B. Rielly

D.B. Rielly is a real American songwriter singing funny, open-hearted, and touching songs with an everyman ease. He is an award-winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has played live at such pres­tigious venues as Lincoln Center, The Montreux Jazz Festival, Staples Center, The Apollo Theater, and has performed with B.B. King, The Boston Pops, and Chubby Checker, among others.

“One of the best songwriters you’ve never heard of” — WMLB, Atlanta

https://www.dbrielly.com

Friday the 27th 7:00-10:00: Nick LeDuc

An original Refined Rock-Groove artist that combines classic guitar styles and intoxicating rhythms accented by Nick LeDuc’s unique vocal style to give you, the listener, one of the freshest sounds heard on the music scene in a very long time. From funk to blues, and rock to folk there’s a little something in between all of it that comes to make up the sound Nick LeDuc projects live or in studio.

Saturday the 28th 7:00-9:00: Ryan Barski

Born and raised in Rochester, New York, Ryan Barski is a jazz drummer currently studying with Rich Thompson at the Eastman School of Music, class of 2021. Ryan has been surrounded by music and the drum set from a very young age. His father first introduced him to the drums with a set for Christmas at the age of 3. Ryan comes from the town of Honeoye Falls-Lima and his dream is to follow a path similar to other HFL greats such as Ted Poor, Fred Sturm and Ike Sturm. Progressing through high school under the leadership of Mark Borden, his passion for music grew, leading to participation in Eastman’s Summer Jazz studies. This experience coupled with the tutelage of Rich Thompson, his set teacher from mid junior year to now, solidified his path of studying drum set performance at Eastman. Ryan received the 2017 Rochester International Jazz Festival Scholarship. He has performed at the Rochester International Jazz Festival annually since 2013. Ryan was fortunate enough to have his own show at this year’s Jazz festival which featured the talents of Rafael Enciso, Jordan Lerner and CJ Ziarniak. Ryan has experience in many different genres of music and has a passion for studying music theory and harmony to improve his versatility in musical situations. This facilitates his melodic approach to the drumset while respecting the tradition of many great jazz drummers of the past. Upon graduation, he has aspirations of moving to New York City and establishing himself in this jazz scene.
 

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