The Penny Knight Band will be performing with our longtime friends, The Big Idea. NOTE: THIS IS AN EARLY SHOW !!
Remember J.B. Scott’s? The former kingpin of the Nippertown nightclub scene back in the early ’80s? As we previously announced, the former co-owners Doug Jacobs and Vinnie Birbiglia are organizing a 33 year anniversary J.B. Scott’s Reunion at Michael’s Banquet House in Latham at 6:00pm on Saturday, May 5. Also included is a large buffet. Advanced tickets $33.00 Door $40.00 check events page for all outlets. PO Box 3180, Saratoga Springs is available until April 25 for advance tickets. Don't miss out !!
BLOTTO RECORDS Reunion ! featuring BLOTTO!, The Sharks, Penny Knight Band, The Amazing Rob and Tom Band. A veritable BLOTTOPALOOZA! ...Times/Details to follow ...
8pm: Chris Busone (www.chrisbusone.com) / 9:45pm Penny Knight Band (www.pennyknightband.com)
MAKE NO VACATION PLANS! We will be returning for our 1st annual SUMMER GIG WEEK (July 10-17), playing gigs throughout he Cap Dist and ending the week with the BLOTTO RECORDS Reunion show in Central Park (See our other scheduled gigs). In the meantime ... check out some newly rescued vids and join our youtube channel at www.youtube/user/PennyKnightBand. TEHN "Like" us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PennyKnightBand. THEN check out our webpage/Blog at www.pennyknightband.com. THEN, and only then, should you go feed the children and pets in your vicinity.
Tony "The Wease" Genevive
Bob "Buck The Kid" Boyer
Genres: Rock / Lithuanian Funk / Swirling Fusion Gumbo (our favorite ... many thanks to music critic Donald Wilcock for that one).
1983-1985: Popular Upstate NY cover band mixing in a few original tunes ...
2009-Present: Original music. We're older now and play less notes. It's better that ...See Full Bio
JUST ALERTED PKB has entered top 40 bands on Reverbnation ... by aggressively doing not a damn thing. We blame you, our fans. THANK YOU!
“(Nippertown.com - Blotto Records Reunion Show 07/17/2011 - Music Haven Stage, Central Park, Schenectady, NY) - The Penny Knight Band moved up into the headlining slot without a problem, kicking off their set with a tribute to the ailing Broadway Blotto as Knight wailed through a muscular rendition of his “Jump Start My Heart.” Bassist Tony Jones and guitarist Richard Parks – the other original members of the band and the main songwriters – kept the rockin’ hard and heavy. They even debuted a brand new song by guitarist Bob Boyer. And, yes, although Knight spent most of the show up front at the microphone, she did slide behind the drums for a rave-up finale on “Blue Angel.””