Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Hard Rock Cafe- Niagara Falls, USA

September 9 - Hard Rock Calling Video Premier 8 PM
Featuring: More Than Me (Hard Rock’s Ambassadors of Rock Battle of the Bands Winners)

Blues Month featuring the WNY Blues Society
September 10 – Free Music Friday 8 PM-Midnight
Featuring: The Patti Parks Band

September 17 – Free Music Friday 8 PM-Midnight
Featuring: JJ Moscato & Blue Avenue

September 24 – Free Music Friday 8 PM-Midnight
Featuring: Blues Hounds

Pinktober – Women that Rock
October 1 – Free Music Friday 8 PM-Midnight
Featuring: Gretchen Schulz & Doug Morgano

October 8 – Free Music Friday 8 PM-Midnight
Featuring: Joyryde

October 15 – Free Music Friday 8 PM-Midnight
Featuring: The Alison Pipitone Band

October 22 – Free Music Friday 8 PM-Midnight
Featuring: The Kate Engler Band

October 29 – Free Music Friday 8 PM-Midnight
Featuring: The Diva Show

Featuring: Five for Fighting

Friday, September 10, 2010

ESI EVENTS is pleased to announce the following show



Patron info number: 716-852-2860

Venue address: 622 MAIN STREET BUFFALO NY

Date: NOVEMBER 27, 2010


Ticket price: $26 PRESALE $29 DAY OF SHOW

On sale date: SEPTEMBER 4th

Tickets available at: All Ticketmaster Locations 1-800-745-3000 716-852-2860 www.tralfmusichall.com www.ticketmaster.com The Tralf Box Office

Read more: http://www.myspace.com/officialkimmitchell#ixzz0yIO5BzgA

Benefit for Ned Wood and Family

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Friday, October 1, 2010
7 p.m. – 10 p.m.



A Program Created by Learning Disabilities Association

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Come celebrate the 5th anniversary of Starlight
Studio and Art Gallery. 5 years of individuals
developing themselves as creative artists.

This is a FREE event featuring the sounds of Free Henry,
SB Reeves and his Outfit and Fredonia Jazz Trio as well as
food from Globe Market and a silent art auction.

Preview Event: Friday, September 24, 5 p.m.-11 p.m.
View the beautiful artworks up for auction on this evening while also seeing
Bruce Adams’ installation, Divine Beauty, as part of the
Beyond/In Western New York 2010 exhibition.

Thursday, September 02, 2010

16th Annual Bosom Buddies Walk To benefit the WNY Breast Resource Centerat Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Saturday, September 18, 2010
East Aurora Middle School
Dedicated to Doreen Mortimer, Co-Founder of the Bosom Buddies Walk for Roswell

Founded in 1993 as a breast cancer support group, the Bosom Buddies have raised more than $600,000 for the Western New York Breast Resource Center since the first walk in 1995. Last year 500 walkers participated to support the WNY Breast Resource Center.

The Breast Resource Center, created in 1997, assists breast cancer patients and their families as they travel the unfamiliar journey of diagnosis and treatment. It offers a wealth of information and personal support that is available for not only the patient, but also their spouse, siblings, and children, including the youngest members of the family dealing with the treatment of a mother, grandmother, relative or friend. The center is free, open to the public and is a place where anyone can find hope.

The Western New York Breast Resource Center is a vital asset to the community. We hope you participate in the Bosom Buddies Walk for Roswell this year to ensure the center’s services are available for anyone diagnosed with breast cancer in WNY.

For additional information about the walk, call the Special Events Office at (716) 845-8788.

For information about the WNY Breast Resource Center at (716) 845-4432.

Date: Saturday, September 18, 2010
Location: East Aurora Middle School
430 Main Street
East Aurora, New York 14052
Routes and Start Times: Route Registration Start Time
5-mile 9:30 AM 10:00 AM
3-mile 10 AM 10:30 AM
1.5-mile 10 AM 10:30 AM

Fees: $10.00 pre-registration fee
$15.00 registration fee on day of event
$25.00 minimum pledges to participate

Monthly Coffee House with Open Mic

Friday, September 17, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Featuring Erin Sydney Welsh and friends at 7:30
Open Mic at 8:45
$2 cover, 12 and under free

St. Peter's United Church of Christ
1475 Orchard Park Road
West Seneca NY 14224

Benefit for a Beat-Maker

Friends of Upbeat Local Celebrity Count on the Good Nature of Western New Yorkers
and Fans At-Large to Help Fight ALS

Musicians, outdoor and animal enthusiasts, family members, church, and local media
work together to present a benefit event for Joel Thomas, and his fight against ALS, on Sunday, September 19th, from 1:00pm to 8:00pm at the American Legion Stephen Sikora Post, 950 Payne Avenue in North Tonawanda, N.Y.

Musician, sportsman, author, raconteur, and radio/TV celebrity Joel Thomas is well-known throughout the Buffalo and Western New York area. Musicians and fans know him as the bassist for the internationally acclaimed Blues and Roots band Gregg Juke & The Mighty No-Stars, as well as for his former position as “Jumpin’ Joel” with Buffalo icons Big Wheelie & The Hubcaps. Those interested in all things wildlife-oriented (conservation, outdoor sports, and wildlife preservation and rehabilitation), as well as local radio and television audiences, know Joel as “that animal guy,” the SPCA of Erie County’s resident expert on everything from the deer population to bear behavior, from chipmunks to turtles to copperheads, capuchin monkeys, exotic lizards and everything in between. And soon, literary audiences will know him as the author of Creature Comforts, a tome full of information, stories, and inspired-wisdom regarding interactions between people and animals.

What most Western New Yorker’s don’t know is that Joel is currently fighting Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), more commonly known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease.” Joel Thomas is many things—a great friend to some, a cherished loved one to others, a band mate, hunting partner, a man of faith, and source of endless knowledge about wildlife for others still. There's one thing about Joel that we all share in common: He's always been there for us. Now he could use our help.

The benefit will feature some of Western New York’s premier musical entertainment, including talents such as JJ Moscato & Blue Avenue, Big Wheelie, Guy Nirelli and Patti Parks of the Patti Parks Blues Band, Gregg Juke & The Mighty No-Stars, Paul Weisenburger and Tim Wright (formerly of The Dooleys), and The Meatsticks.
Food, beverages, raffles, auctions, a “kid’s korner,” massage therapy, and other activities and displays will be available throughout the day. Joel will also have copies of his new book available for sale.

Adult tickets are $20.00 pre-sale ($25.00 at the door/day of show). Tickets for children under 12 are only $10.00 ($15.00 at the door). Tickets are available at Mighty No-Stars performances through September 18th (www.MightyNoStars.com), as well as through www.JoelThomasBenefit.com (PayPal and major credit cards accepted), or by contacting Susan Fischer at (716) 444-3398, or JoelThomasBenefit@roadrunner.com. Donations of basket or auction items are greatly appreciated.

For more information, visit JoelThomasBenefit.com, or contact Susan Fischer at (716) 444-3398.

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