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A Different Tune in Syracuse Music

An insightful chat with Julie B. Leone about the struggle that musicians and music venues face with the developing mandates

Busy with the Good Stuff

Sly Livingston is one of the baddest bass players in Central New York. No one’s going to argue that. He is also one

Evan Tennant is on Time and Ahead of Schedule

Every so often somebody comes along and blows the peanut butter right out of your sandwich.

Evan Tennant is

The Music, Music and music of Anthony Saturno

Anthony Saturno is a singer/songwriter/guitarist that started solely as a guitar player for bands such as The Jess Novak Band, Wagner 3000, All

Diana Jacobs

As a winner at the 2018 and 2020 SAMMY (Syracuse Area Music) Awards, Diana Jacobs is a versatile vocalist, pianist, percussionist, songwriter,

Misse Thomas: Perpetuator of a Better Community

The first thing I noticed about Misse—before we even met, actually—is that she begins with her own example. Yes, this is something

The Steady Pulse In the Career of Jim Kelley

You know Jim Kelley from Syracuse’s very own Horn Dogs. But, there is much more to one of Syracuse’s top staple drummers.

Susan Royal A Way of Life in Drumming

You see her in the Barndogs Plus, the Fab Femmes, 5-time SAMMY winning C-Jack Run Revue, The Tones, Shakedown and the list

Singing Jazz in Syracuse, A Quick Jam with Julie Howard

Jazz. It deserves a bigger presence in Central New York, for certain. But, it is here.

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