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Join us for The famous Bayside summer night gigs on the shores of Irondequoit Bay 4-8pm. One of our favorite summer places to play. come by boat or car!
One of our all-time favorite summer gigs. Come by boat or car and enjoy the views of Irondequoit Bay and this out-side performance! 4-8pm
Mary Perri Fundraiser
Outside by Irondequoit Bay 4-8pm
Fandango at The Tango Concert Venue
Sounds Like: Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, Will Hoge, Bob Dylan
Label: GFI Music
Manager: GFI Music
Bio: Brian Lindsay Band
“Lindsay celebrates the release of his excellent new CD, The Monkey The tango and The Boogaloo” - Jeff Spevak, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
“Good records call to mind comparisons and metaphors, but only the truly great ones can be called delicious.” Album review: "The Monk...See Full Bio
“Listening to Brian Lindsay’s sound, you get the sense that his musical coming-of-age arrived at about the same time as Bryan Adams. Big rock anthems. Or you can imagine him ripping the cellophane off of a brand-new vinyl copy of Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness on the Edge of Town and, halfway through side one realizing: This is what I want to sound like when I grow up. Now all grown up, Lindsay celebrates the release of his excellent new CD, The Monkey, The Tango and the Boogaloo, at 9:30 p.m. Friday at Abilene Bar & Lounge, 153 Liberty Pole Way. The Springsteen comparisons aren’t new to Lindsay. His 2005 album, The Crossing, drew similar responses. That collection’s highlight, the achingly torn “East Side of the River,” a love story of the Genesee -- Lindsay lives on Irondequoit Bay -- could have been an outtake from Springsteen’s The River. But quite frankly, if you’re working some well-defined turf, echoes of Springsteen sure beats Ted Nugent.”