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The Boys & Girls Club of Syracuse
Strikes a Chord with It’s Kids

Happy Holidays, everyone. I hope your sense of love, peace and harmony grows along with the season; and that you have a great

The One-Four-Five’s of Ron Spencer

For over 25 years Ron Spencer has been a mainstay of the CNY blues scene. He has lent his fiery blend of blues,

The Persistence of Joanna Nix Jewett

She’s a busy girl. Over the years, Joanna has shared her vocal talents with more than a handful of central New York’s

Dave Hanlon’s Recipe For Success

I caught Dave Hanlon’s Cookbook at the Dinosaur, for the first time, a few months ago after attending the Cheap Trick concert on

B-Side: Flip it, Spin it!

B-Side. As the name suggests, this is a band that takes a familiar theme—in their case blues and rock—and then makes unobvious

Lou Gramm: The Voice of Foreigner

Live at Sharkey’s Bar & Grill July 16th

Syracuse music is in full stride with concerts happening constantly throughout the rest of

Anecdotes of Music with Colin Aberdeen

Some  musicians are over it. When you start out, it’s easy to get caught up in the “glamor” of it all, feeling like

Aperture and Amplitude

A view of the music scene through the lenses of Sandy Roe and Juan Junco.

This month we’re going to take a

The Sound of Wonderland, According to Irv Lyons, Jr.

Seems to me the Syracuse music scene is ramping up. I see more music events nudging into the calendar, such as the Vinyl

The Lightkeepers Shine On: A Chat with Aaron Fried

Keep the light on. They just made a record. They’re nominated for a 2016 SAMMY. And their schedule is packing in. And it’s