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Music On the Erie Concert Series

Music on the Erie Concert Series

brought to you by Reliant Community Credit Union and Newark Chamber of Commerce




July 5th – Franklin Mint Band
Sponsored by Marshall Exteriors 

Franklin Mint plays a wide variety and unique blend of Classic Rock, Blues, and Southern Rock music. 
Band members consist of Dan Franklin–guitar/vocals, Bill Nyhof–guitar/vocals, Bill O’Neill–bass / vocals, Jim Tevels–drums/vocals, Richard Ryan Driscoll–lead vocals


July 12th – Jukebox Militia

Sponsored by Market Alternatives and Alex Eligh Community Center 

Jukebox Militia is just a couple guys getting together to make some music, rock out and hope to remind you of an awesome song you may have forgotten.


July 19th- The Don Newcomb Band

Sponsored by El-Vi Farms

Don and his band will play classic rock-and-roll and country standards to entertain you. 


July 26th – The Flock
Sponsored by Premier Martial Arts

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 now!

August 2nd – JB&Co

Sponsored by ESL Federal Credit Union

JB & Company is made up of people who have a love for all things musical, and who place a high priority on having fun while playing.

While they have a reputation as a Country band, they will play whatever else gets your feet moving!


August 9th- City Limits

Sponsored by Reliant Community Federal Credit Union

County music dance band specializing in country classics from yesterday and today.


August 16th- It’s My Party

Sponsored by Erie Canalway 

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!


August 23rd – The Mixx

Sponsored by Edward Jones Investments 

The Mixx plays a variety of upbeat dance music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s & 2000’s, a little bit of classic, modern, alternative, pop, punk, country, hard rock, southern rock, blues, funk, rap, etc something for everyone!


August 30th-The Marbletones

Sponsored by Tradition 

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.

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