Music On the Erie Concert Series
Music on the Eris concert series
available to you in part by a grant from the Erie Canalway
They started out in the mid 60s with Henry Viniski on lead guitar/vocals, Terry Featherly on rhythm guitar, Fud Comstock on bass and Bob Straubing on drums/vocals. When Henry passed away, the band regrouped for a benefit for his family. Bob took over lead/vocals and they added H. DeRue as drummer. They have been playing in and around the Rochester/Sodus/Newark area for a few years
High energy swing-funk-blues rock that puts rhythm in your feet and groove in your soul! These seven wildcats will leave you dancing and craving for more!
The Ghost Riders
The Ghost Riders capture a broad range of music, featuring originals from their four contemporary albums as well as contempary classics. Their show lifts your spirit with drivin’ “Hardcore Country” music with a twang, that makes listeners of all ages want to get out and dance and have fun.
Johhny B with JD (Sweet T with Johnny B)
Johnny B brings a blend of original and classic music inspired by diverse artists such as the Grateful Dead, Traveling Wilbury’s, and America on to the British Blues greats and Delta phenoms such as Son House, Muddy Waters, and Mississippi Fred MacDowell.
musician raised in the Finger Lakes region on NY, with a wide range of music in my repertoire. Also a singer/songwriter in the country music genre.
Hailing from Upstate New York, The Stone Lows, composed of Alex Klick, Henry O’Brien, and Liam Welch, aim to create an atmosphere that is energetic and fun, creating a full sound even with only three members. Taking influences from everything from hardcore punk to electronic rock to classic rock and everything in between, The Stone Lows create a sound that is truly unique and engaging.
It’s My Party
IT’S MY PARTY! is a 1960s vintage experience, complete with a 14-piece orchestra and original songs written especially for us! Our tight harmonies, vintage costumes, and retro choreography are all set to the highest standards of the 1960s girl groups. When we’re on stage singing our hearts out, we’re the closest thing to an authentic 1960s girl group you’ll find today!www.itsmypartyonline.com
– The Don Newcomb Band
Don and his band will play classic rock-and-roll and country standards to entertain you.
The Marbletones call themselves a Classic Rock band, but that doesn’t tell the whole story. Right next to Tom Petty, you might find Elvis Costello. The Talking Heads, John Hiatt and the Jayhawks are mixed in with the Beatles and the Stones. Other artists covered are Van Morrison, the Kinks, the Stray Cats, and Weezer. You might hear Lynyrd Skynyard after Lou Reed, or David Bowie after Stevie Ray Vaughan. What you can be sure of is great songs done well. Each performance is a little different from the last, and the mix is always fun to listen (and sometimes dance) to.