Once again, Sportsmen’s will host A Christmas Concert to benefit the Black Rock/Riverside Food Pantry. This years lineup includes Sportsmen’s Tavern favorites Shaky Stage, Dee & Dave Adams, The Steam Donkeys, Black Rock Zydeco, Randall & The Late Night Scandal, and Ten Cent Howl. All proceeds will go directly to the Black Rock/Riverside Food Pantry. Your $5 donation will go along way with helping families get some much needed help this holiday season. We will also be excepting food donations at the event as well. Special items they are looking for this year are diapers, baby food, kids drinks, and rice. Big thanks to all of you who can support this event as well as all the musicians that donate their time to share in holiday cheer. Last years event was fantastic and this time around should be no different. Hope to see you all there!
12th Annual Female Musicians Fighting Breast Cancer Benefit w/ Ellen Pieroni Quartet, Carina & The Six String Preacher, The Instigators, & Randle and the Late Night Scandals! Along with Raffles, 50/50 Split, & more! All proceeds benefit Roswell Park's WNY Breast Cancer Resource Center (in Buffalo, NY)!
Free Music Friday featuring Randle and the Late Night Scandals 8 PM. No Cover. Drink Specials.
Sounds Like: Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Bobby Keys, Robert Johnson, Sam Cooke
Manager: Amanda Markovich-rabb
In the last year Randle and the Late Night Scandals have exploded across the Buffalo region leaving a trail of awe and satisfaction in their wake.
Hitting audiences with an aggressive sound that fuses traditional blues and modern rock styling this Buffalo based five piece delivers an inspiring p...See Full Bio
“:greatest opening act EVER EVER EVER in the Canalside or even Thursday at The Square concert series...Randle & The Late Night Scandals." ..as soon as Randle & Co hit the first note, the place was just blown away with the best original high energy R&B I've heard in a long, LONG time. Randle, err, Amanda, their lead vocalist simply rocked...knows how to command a stage, having on one-one presence with the audience without delaying/talking too much in between songs. She reminded me of a wispy-almost-tipsy Marisa Tomei. With a geat voice. .....Also commanding the stage was a female alto sax player, who very simply fronted a band that sounded soooo close to James Brown's Famous Flames. THAT good. ...Kimberly Young-Mason. She made me wanna go home and get my sax out of the basement.”