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Kilissa Cissoko

Kilissa Cissoko

Singer Songwriter / Rock / Acoustic Buffalo, NY  US
Midnight Blues - Airport Musical - ACT II, Scene 5
Midnight Blues - Airport Musical - ACT II, Scene 5
Oh Life
Oh Life
Any Other Girl
Any Other Girl
Precious Time
Precious Time
The Way It's Got To Be
The Way It's Got To Be


Little Bird


  • 2011

    Apr 30

    Buffalo, NY, US | 6:45pm

    The Lizzard Ball is an annual celebration for the Activists and the Justice Seekers and even the Peaceniks. It's been going on here in Buffalo, New York since the 1970s. The 2011 Lizzard Ball features live music by BloodThirsty Vegans, Lara Buckley, Gruvology, Kilissa Cissoko, Fudgychewy, EcoJoe and comedy by Kristen Becker. Activities: Basket Auction, Silent Auction, 50/50 Split, Bike Raffle, Door Prize, Snacks, Cash bar Tickets are $15 ($10 for seniors, students and low income). Proceeds benefit the Peace Education Fund. http://www.PeaceOnEarthMonth.org

  • 2010

    Jul 27

    Buffalo, NY, US | 7:00pm

    JFK The Musical - Acting/Improv Workshop. Buffalo Infringement Festival.

  • 2010

    Jul 26

    Buffalo, NY, US | 7:00pm

    JFK The Musical- Acting/Improv Workshop. Buffalo Infringement Festival.

  • 2010

    Jul 25

    Buffalo, NY, US | 10:30pm

    Solo Show, Buffalo Infringement Festival


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  • Heather Mere (Artist)
    Heather Mere
    Very nice. I like the feel. Much respect. Stop by and take a listen and share. All the best ROCK ~H


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Q: I'd like to play in Buffalo. Is their much to do for a solo acoustic artist there?

A: Miche ... you should contact Merge. It's a restaurant that also features music. They have a nice stage and a PA. Excellent very healthy food. I played there a few times when they first opened. At that time they didn't "pay" except for a meal... and you could take tips and sell merch. However... that was a while back. Since then they've really established themselves. They may pay now. Worth checking out certainly. Just Google their website. They are on Delaware Ave. Another place is Ashker's Juice Bar... on Elmwood. You wouldn't even need a pa in there, hardly. It's a popular place with a good performing space. I have no idea if they pay. I'm just haven't been "in the market" ... you know. There's always Nietzsche's on Allen Street. They do door and bar split. Probably would love you on a weeknight .. or for an early show on the weekend. They have a small stage area by the bar that would be perfect for you. ... and a big stage in the back for bands or acts with large local following. You already know young audiences. How about contacting Buffalo Place. They organize the big concerts downtown and a variety of events. Hardware Cafe on Allen Street is a good venue... owned by Mark Goldman. That would be a good fit for you. Pausa Art House... on Wadsworth... run by a UB Trumpet Professor Jon Nelson. They present a very interesting and eclectic range of music ... classy... Phoenix Restaurant on Amherst Street has music. Sportsmen's Tavern... you could go over there too. Ask Cathy Carfagna about them. In other words... Yes, there are a lot of opportunities here.

Asked by Miche Fambro. Answered on Mon Aug 25 2014

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