The Redemption Center, Jesse Sprinkle and Nick Young, will play acoustic sets. Gazebo Fest! Join us for our final concert of the season on Friday, August 19th at 6:30pm with Redemption Center. This is “harmonic and engaging music that blends twangy country, rootsty folk and rousing rock into an arresting sonic stew.” The Rush FD Explorers will be selling food and drinks. Note that alcohol is not allowed on Town Property.
Music2Aid Earthquake Victims Benefit Concert March 21, 2010 3-10 PM @ The Jukebox 5435 Ridge Rd W. Spencerport, New York, US All proceeds will go to InterVol www.Intervol.com bands: Alysia Groth Band Dan Eaton Band Watkins and the Rapiers Brian Lindsay Alan Whitney Tangled Gem Cold Coffee Stain $15:00 suggested donation at the door Come enjoy great music, raffles and help a worthy cause full restaurant and bar All Ages Brought to you by Music2Aid, The Juke Box, Spirit East, Blind Records, Blustreet Productions and all the Talented Musicians For more information please contact Steve @ 585-721-6685
Sounds Like: Tom Petty, Bill Mallonee Music, The Jayhawks, SHURMAN, Mark Heard
Label: Blind Records
Bio: Shake the dust off your shoes.
Catch your breath.
The Redemption Center has just finished their first release, Land of Plenty.
The sound on “Land of Plenty” has a lush Americana feel. Kind of big and wide open in spots. Serious, but not too much so. Melancholy at times but not depressing. A t...See Full Bio
“With songs informed by the messed up melodicism of The Replacements, the charm of the Jayhawks and the ragged glory of Neil Young, Land of Plenty is rustic and rollicking at exactly the right moments. With ‘real’ lyrical concepts rendering meaningfulness, tracks like The Boy Who Shed His Skin, A Man Who Knows A Few Things and the title track will leave a deep impression on the serious music lover who demands a little more than a pretty face and auto tuned vocals from his listening choices”