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Christopher Ames Brings Us Outside the Machine

Christopher Ames qualifies as one of the area’s true triple threat musicians, possessing tip-top chops as a singer, guitarist and writer. Throw in

Syracuse Jazz Fest Returns

The 36th edition of Syracuse Jazz Fest – Presented by Amazon will be returning to Downtown Syracuse this June 23-25 for the first

Robert Price: White House Staff Pianist

The music world is always an interesting place to meet people. I became aware of Robert Price when the cellist in my group

Kevin Roe – Eloquence in Guitar

No tricks. No master plans. No BS. Just one man. One guitar.

Meet Bassist “Reverend” Ken Kellerman

When Ken enters a room, everyone notices. The tall, bearded man with his long hair tied back saunters his way through those who

Acoustic Truths & Electric Lies

Mark Zane talks about his new release. An interview with Chuck Schiele.

Chuck Schiele: Tell us about your new release.

Dirty Doves Take Flight

The Dirty Doves is a new duo featuring Syracuse axemen, Jamie Cunningham and Anthony Saturno – who began their collaboration with the onset

Randy Tennant The Knack for Persistence

In the world as we know it, I see people rushing to the goal of validation all day long. Adults, by and large,

The Write Conviction of Bryan Dickenson

I’ve been listening to this gem of a tenor for several years now. We hang in some of the same places. We’ve borrowed

John Kelsey is in the Grooves of the Woodwork

One can often find John Kelsey playing guitar with Isreal Hagan and Stroke. Or, one can find him playing his own solo gigs.