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- Party at the Echo Mansion
- Taste of Buffalo revs up for another season
- Olde Sanborn Days features Chainsaw Chix
Boston ready to come alive at Artpark
They were "just another band out of Boston on the road trying to make ends meet" in the 1970s when they released what is arguably the greatest debut album of all time. Boston, a city that is known for its resilience, is a fitting name for a rock band that has overcome so many challenges.
- JENNINGS: Celebrate the sounds of America this holiday The United States will be celebrating its birthday this weekend and there are some great American music acts in the region over the next few days, including John Mellencamp, Hank Williams Jr. and Lady Gaga.
- Drawing the crowds to Old Falls Street
- Blue Rodeo play spirited set Tuesday night at Artpark It was hard to tell which side of the border you were on Tuesday night when 54-40 and Blue Rodeo graced the Artpark stage. The red Canadian Maple Leaf was prominently displayed throughout the venue as two of Canada's finest bands played spectacular sets.
CALLERI: Thinking about movies 4,000 miles from home
A look at the movie listings in major cities in France looks a little bit like the listings in Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
- Blue Rodeo ready for a little 'southern' exposure at Artpark Next Tuesday Artpark will be celebrating Canada Day with a pair of legendary bands from our neighbor to the north, Blue Rodeo and 54-40. They are not strangers to the area, 54-40 performed as part of the defunct Lockport concert series in 2012, and Blue Rodeo played a memorable set last year at Artpark after a torrential downpour.
- JENNINGS: It's a busy concert week in Western New York There is quite an impressive list of artists coming to the region over the next week, including contemporary acts like Bruno Mars and Fallout Boy, 1990s metal band Sevendust, former Creed singer Scott Stapp, boogie rocker George Thorogood, and indie rockers O.A.R.
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