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Wicked • Johnny Rawls • The Swaggerin’ Growlers w/S.S. Webb • Hatebreed w/Every Time I Die & Terror • Corey Cerovsek & Courtney Lewis w/RPO • Cabinet • The Slide Brothers • The Hollands • Funkharp w/Adam Rivera • Cirque Zuma Zuma • Johnny Outlaw & The Johnson Creek Stranglers • Joe Locke Group • Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole • El Ten Eleven w/Slow Magic • Sean Gavin & Jesse Smith • Hurt w/Smile Empty Soul & Sun Sky and Surface • Harvey Mandel & The Electric Snake Crew • Carrie Nation & The Speakeasy • Exodus • Beyond Dishonor • Amy LaVere w/Savannah King • Phillip Phillips w/ Gin Wigmore • Peewee Moore • Chris Webby w/Jamie Drastik & Apache Chief • John Brown’s Body w/Dub Trio & Among Criminals, • Joel Harrison • Tim Avram • Ten Foot Polecats • Victoria Vox • Bassnectar w/Griz & Thriftworks • Blanco Diablo w/Enchanter • Rochester Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Honoring Lou Gramm, Bat McGrath, Don Potter George Eastman, Son House, Mitch Miller, Nick Nickson & Jack Palvino • MGMT • Macklemore & Ryan Lewis • Generationals w/ Brass Bed • Fear Factory w/Hate Eternal • China Crisis • All Time Low w/Pierce The Veil, Mayday Parade & You Me at Six • Insane Clown Posse

Wicked

Auditorium Theatre | thru Apr. 21 Back by popular demand, the cultural phenomenon known as Wicked is in town to conclude a three-week run at the Auditorium Theatre. Dubbed “Broadway’s biggest blockbuster” by The New York Times, Wicked won 26 major awards including a Grammy and three Tony Awards. In this tale, long before Dorothy drops into the Land of Oz, two other girls meet there. One, born with emerald green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood; the other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. Wicked tells the story of their remarkable odyssey, as these two unlikely friends grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch. Popular songs include “Popular,” “What is This Feeling” (Loathing), “I’m Not That Girl,” “Defying Gravity,” “No Good Deed” and “For Good.”

Johnny Rawls

Dinosaur BBQ | Apr. 17 Johnny Ra wls, bor n and raised in Mississippi, spent over two decades apprenticing as a sideman to many top masters, and driving millions of miles with his own band - backing up legends such as Lynn White, Little Johnnie Taylor, Z.Z. Hill and O.V. Wright. Rawls has always stayed in demand because of his talent and musical versatility (he’s proficient on guitar, bass, keyboards and vocals). Releases include Can’t Sleep at Night, Here We Go, My Turn to Win, Put Your Trust in Me, Louisiana Woman, Lucky Man, Heart & Soul, Red Cadillac, Ace of Spades, Memphis Still Got Soul and his latest, Soul Survivor.

Crowned with the 2012 American Idol title, singer-songwriter-guitarist Phillip Phillips makes his way to Rochester in support of his debut album, The World from the Side of the Moon, playing April 25 at St. John Fisher’s Student Life Center.

The Swaggerin’ Growlers w/S.S. Webb

Thirsty Frog | Apr. 18 Boston’s Celtic punk riot folk act, The Swaggerin’ Growlers, come to town. Known for their impressive live shows which they describe as providing “unapologetic anarchistic joy, professionally and shamelessly,” the group has released three full lengths to date, the most recent being Outlaw Waltz...S.S. Web features Henry Berger, David Schuster, Bryan Holiday and Kyle Davis. The Milwaukee-based act released North in 2011. In performance, they like to get their audience up and dancing, drinking, and having a great time.

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Hatebreed

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Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 18 Since their formation in 1994, New Haven CT’s Ha tebreed has grown into one of the most sought after hardcore bands in the U.S., sharing the stage with everyone from Ozzy to Murphy’s Law. Their combination of brutal metallic riffs, gutwrenching vocals and classic mosh parts has catapulted them to the forefront of the hardcore genre. The Grammynominated band’s releases include Perseverance, The Rise of Brutality, Supremacy, For the Lions on Koch Records, Hatebreed and their latest, The Divinity of Purpose...Buffalo’s notorious hardcore rockers, Every Time I Die, tour in support

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of their sixth studio album, Ex Lives (“Underwater Bimbos from Outer Space,” “Revival Mode,” “A Typical Miracle,” “I Suck Blood”) a follow-up to 2009’s New Junk Aesthetic...Terror is a hardcore punk band from Los Angeles. Releases include Keepers of the Faith, The Damned, The Shamed, Forever Crossing the Line, Rhythm Amongst the Chaos, Always the Hard Way, Lowest of the Low and One With the Underdog. Their new song is titled “Hard Lessons;” and their brand new album is titled Live By The Code...Completing the bill is the death metal band from Arizona, Job For a Cowboy (“Nourishment Through Bloodshed”) and This Is Hell, a hardcore band from Long Island who tour in support of a new EP, “The Enforcer.”

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FREETIME April 17 - May 1, 2013 band, Cabinet, features JP Biondo, Mickey Coviello, Pappy Biondo, Dylan Skursky, Todd Kopec and Jami Novak. The group weaves Americana, county and folk into their energetic performances that feature serious musicianship and soaring harmonies. Their live albums are titled This Is Cabinet, Set 1, Eleven and their latest, LEAP.

The Slide Brothers

Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 19 The Slide Brothers are standard bearers of the sacred steel tradition; and they’ve now taken their sound beyond – tackling rock, funk and blues; and easily transitioning between genres, incorporating gospel and secular material. They tour in support of their first studio album titled Robert Randolph Presents: The Slide Brothers. The Slide Brothers are Calvin Cook, Chuck Campbell, Darick Campbell and Aubrey Ghent.

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Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre | Apr. 18 & 20 Smith Opera House, Geneva | Apr. 19 Violinist Core y Cerovsek resides in Paris, but was born in Vancouver. He won a gold medal from the Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music at twelve years of age, completed his bachelor’s degree at 15 at Indian University, his masters at 16 and his doctoral course work - in mathematics and music - at eighteen. He was nominated for a Grammy for “Best Chamber Music Performance” in 2006 and has since worked with nearly every major orchestra in

Tickets can be purchased at: http://saticketoffice.geneseo.edu/ North America as well as several in France, Finland, Switzerland, Italy and elsewhere...For this performance, the RPO will be conducted by Minnesota Orchestra Associate Conductor Courtney Lewis. The young, Belfast-born founder and music director of Boston’s Discovery Ensemble is emerging as one of today’s top talents.

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Sitcky Lips BBQ | Apr. 19 The Pennsylvania bluegrass

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Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 19 Brooklyn’s The Hollands are known for their combination of standard song form and witty, sometimes foolish, lyricism performed under the able leadership of John-Paul Norpoth and featuring violinist Janinna Barefield. Releases include Faces and Mother... Funkharp, an alternative pop/ rock jam-band from Philadelphia, has three recordings to its credit, Brace You and Shake You, Call Me a Troubadour and I Pledge Allegiance to the Earth...Guitarist/songwriter/vocalist Adam Rivera joins Funkharp for this show. Adam’s releases include SuperAuspicious

Cirque Zuma Zuma

Roberts Wesleyan College | Apr. 20 Cirque Zuma Zuma, described as an “African-style Cirque du Soleil,” has been taking Europe and Australia by storm, making fans of audiences and critics alike. The performers, 120 of them selected by audition from sixteen African nations, are trained in Kenya and Tanzania. You will see limbo artists, vocalists, dancers, pole acts, tumblers, acrobats, comedians, percussionists and more.

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Johnny Outlaw & The Johnson Creek Stranglers

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 20 Johnny Outlaw & The Johnson Creek Stranglers feature Johnny Outlaw on vocals & rhythm guitar, Dusty Rust on lead guitar, Bob Ellison on bass, Aaron Lowrang on banjo, and Joe Sanders on drums. Formed in 2009, the band from Oregon plays traditional country music the old fashioned way. CD’s include The Rise of the Strangler and Honky Tonker.

Joe Locke Group

Haiti, Spain and the U.S., bringing Creole music to audiences everywhere and earning four Grammy Award nominations along the way. Cedric’s latest album is Le Soleil Est Leve.

El Ten Eleven w/Slow Magic

Bug Jar | Apr. 20 The punk rock duo of El Ten Eleven (guitar/bass) hails from Los Angeles and has released five full lengths – the latest being Transitions...Slow Magic tours in support of On Yr Side.

Sean Gavin & Jesse Smith

McGraw’s Irish Pub | Apr. 21 Sean Gavin loves traditional Irish music. Whether he’s playing flute, whistle or uilleann pipes, the County Clare-born musician gives it his all. Currently residing in Chicago, Sean has been performing since the age of ten. For this show, he’s joined by Jesse Smith. The fiddler grew up in Baltimore, immersed in the thriving Irish music tradition of that city. Jesse spent three years touring with the band Danu, and has appeared with Kieran O’Hare , Cirque Zuma Zuma Com Gannon, Roberts Wesleyan College | Apr. 20 Cherish the Ladies and others.

Hochstein Performance Hall | Apr. 20 Rochester na tive son, Joe Locke, has performed and recorded with such musicians as Ron Carter, Dianne Reeves, Gro-

ver Washington Jr, The Beastie Boys and the Nebraska Symphony. The vibraphonist, considered by many to be the major voice of his generation, was recently a featured act at the Detroit Jazz Festival. Performing with Locke are Ryan Cohan, Jaimeo Brown and Lorin Cohen along with the Rochester-based act, Culture Clash.

Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole

Harmony House | Apr. 20 Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole is led by fiddler/vocalist/ accordionist/songwriter, Cedric Watson, who’s known for reviving old Creole fiddling styles and injecting them with his own ingenuity. He’s toured across Europe,

Hurt

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Montage Music Hall | Apr. 21 While displaying traces of Tool, Nir vana and mid-period Metallica, the band Hurt nonetheless created a remarkably individual sound on their debut album, Vol. 1. On the quartet’s second Capitol release, appropriately called, Vol. II, Hurt furthered their style as demonstrated on the subsequent CDs Goodbye to the Machine, and The Crux. Hurt’s multi-faceted, textural rock struck a chord, leading to tours with Alice in Chains and others... Formed in Santa Clarita, California, the trio known as Smile Empt y Soul released their first major label, self-titled debut in 2003, featuring

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Exodus

Montage Music Hall | Apr. 23 Rob Dukes, Gary Holt, Lee Atlus, Jack Gibson and Tom Hunting are Exodus. Together since the 1980’s, the act was part of the early Bay Area Thrash scene; and has endured over the years despite some tough times. They’ve toured with Megadeath, Pantera, Black Sabbath, Anthrax and others; toured Europe and across North America; releasing several albums

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Beyond Dishonor

Club @ Water St. | Apr. 24 Formed in 2006, Beyond Dishonor is a veteran metal band from New Jersey. With a sound thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brutal and aggressive and yet groovy, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve built a national following; touring with such acts as Texas in July, Apocalypse, All Shall Perish and others. Their new release is titled Generations (a follow-up to Travesty), and is set to drop in June.

Amy LaVere

w/Savannah King

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 24 Combining gypsy jazz, southern soul and country, Amy LaVere sings and performs on upright bass. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s enjoyed popular and critical acclaim across the US, Scandinavia and the UK; and has appeared on Conan Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien and NPRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s All Things Considered; as well as at festivals like Swedenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Down on the Farm Fest and Austin City Limits. Releases include

Stranger Me, Died of Love and Anchors and Anvils...Vocalist Savannah King has been compared to Joni Mitchell, Ani DiFranco and Sarah McLachlan. Her sound is a mix of folk, jazz, and soul which critics describe as â&#x20AC;&#x153;smokeyâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;hauntingly beautiful.â&#x20AC;? Releases include Throwing Stones and She Sends Her Love.

and Bill Monroe, Peewee Moore is a self-proclaimed Honkytonk/ Outlaw/Country singer/songwriter. Hillgrass Bluebilly Entertainment says of him, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Peewee Moore is more countr y than Texas!â&#x20AC;? while Charleston City Paper says that he â&#x20AC;&#x153;is the quintessential country outlaw.â&#x20AC;? Releases include The Leaving Side of Gone.

Phillip Phillips

Chris Webby

w/Gin Wigmore

St. John Fisher College | Apr. 25 Singer/songwriter Phillip Phillips is an American Idol winner, known for his song, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Home.â&#x20AC;? His debut album, The World from the Side of the Moon, was released last November...Gin Wigmore, a singer/songwriter from New Zealand, is the youngest Grand Prize winner ever of the International Songwriting Competition in 2004. Among her compositions is the song, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hallelujah,â&#x20AC;? which was featured on One Tree Hill. Releases include Holy Smoke and Gravel & Wine

Peewee Moore

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 25 With a genre that lies somewhere between Waylon Jennings

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w/Jamie Drastik & Apache Chief

Montage Music Hall | Apr. 25 Rapper Christian Webster, aka Chris Webby, hails from Connecticut and tours in support of his latest release, Bars On Me, a follow up to There Goes the Neighborhood and Websterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Laboratory. Chris, a prolific artist, is known for his intriguing rhyme schemes and clever metaphors as featured on such recordings as Best in the Burbs, The Underclassmen, Optimus Rhyme, The White Noise LP, Teenage Mutant Ninja Rapper, Mac Miller vs. Chris Webby, 2011 Freshman, Webby Wednesday, Move Over Marshall and others... Hip hop artist Jamie Drastik hails from Poughkeepsie and is known for his songs â&#x20AC;&#x153;Now or Laterâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Boom I Got Your Girlfriend.â&#x20AC;?... The Syracuse-based

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rapper, Apache Chief, also joins the bill.

John Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Body w/Dub Trio & Among Criminals

Water Street Music Hall | Apr. 26 Reggae artists, John Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Body, released their debut album, All Time, in 1996, establishing them as one of the premier reggae bands in the country. The group has been called â&#x20AC;&#x153;the most original reggae band in the U.S.,â&#x20AC;? a moniker the band takes very seriously. JBB has opened for the likes of Burning Spear, Toots & the Maytals and Jurassic 5; and theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve performed at some of the best music, jam-rock, and reggae festivals worldwide. Their most recent album, just released, is Kings And Queens... The Dub Trio is Joe Tomino on drums, Stru Brooks on bass/keyboards and DP Holmes on guitar/keys. The group pays homage to King Tubbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s original dub style, recreating studio tricks live on stage with the use of samplers and delay pedals. Well known for their performances alongside Matisyahu, the New York-based dub/ metal/punk trioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s latest CD is IV... From Philadelphia comes Among Criminals, a rock/punk/dub act

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who tours in support of their selftitled debut album released last spring. Featuring Jarrod Pedone, Brian â&#x20AC;&#x153;Beanâ&#x20AC;? Pitonak and Ryan Gaughan, the band has gained popularity for a live show that is described by Music Bailout.org as â&#x20AC;&#x153;an unforgettable event.â&#x20AC;?

Joel Harrison

Bop Shop | Apr. 26 As guitarist, composer and vocalist, Joel Harrison occupies a musical space between many worlds. His medium is primarily jazz, but his music emanates from many sources: African and Indian, contemporary classical, blues and R&B all have a place in his unique voice. Of his eclectic approach, the Village Voice says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Harrison is a brilliant, take-it-anywhere guitarist.â&#x20AC;? He has written numerous film scores for HBO, A&E, and the History Channel; and has performed with Dewey Redman, Marty Ehrlich, Adam Levy, Nels Cline and Jamey Haddad, among others. His latest releases are Search and Holy Abyss. He appears here with jazz guitarist Steve Greene and Dave Arenius on bass.

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Acanthus CafĂŠ | Apr. 26 California Brew Haus | Apr. 27 Tim Avram is described as a â&#x20AC;&#x153;tattooed punk rocker disguised as an under-the-radar country roots musician...a wolf dressed in sheepâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clothing.â&#x20AC;? In his world of Country Punk, he has seen success with the release of Era of the Angry Young Man and more recently, Dearly Beloved.

Ten Foot Polecats

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 27 Jay Scheffler, Jim Chilson and Chad Rousseau are Ten Foot Polecats. The Boston-based band plays punk/blues/roots/country/ garage music. In 2010, they released their first full-length, I Get Blamed For Everything I Do; and their latest is Undertow, both on Hillgrass Bluebilly Records.

Victoria Vox

Roch. Christian Reformed Church | Apr. 27 The award-winning singer/ songwriter and ukulele player, Victoria Vox, has been entertaining across the U.S., Canada, Australia and Europe for some time now, ear ning fans with her ability to jump from a lighthearted ukulele romp to a jazzy Parisian torch song in one clean

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Bassnectar

w/GRiZ & Thriftworks

Main St. Armory | Apr. 27 DJ, producer and remixer, Lorin Ashton (a.k.a. Bassnectar), is a freeform dubstep artist known for his eclectic sound - embracing elements of extreme bass, breakbeat and other styles with shifting tempos, moods and dynamics. Much of his work has a strong activist quality as he promotes social and political causes. The CA-based artist enjoys great popularity at his impressive live shows and has released eight albums and five EPs to date, the latest being VaVaVoom and Freestyle...21 year-old producer GRiZ (full name Grant Kwiecinski) hails from Detroit and has found success with such songs as â&#x20AC;&#x153;My Peopleâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mad Liberation.â&#x20AC;?...Thriftworks (a.k.a. DJ/producer J.Atlas) tours in support of Terry-D, just released last month.

Blanco Diablo w/Enchanter

Montage Music Hall | Apr. 27 Touring in support of a new release, Attack The Fire on Dark Lord Records, Blanco Diablo hails from Charlotte NC. The rock act found success with its debut, Paper Poison Revolution, gaining positive press on the local, regional, national and international stage. They, in fact, had three different singles on rotation in the UK at the same time. Fans love the act for its heavy riffs, catchy melodies, and extreme musicianship...Formed in 1991, Enchanter has released two CDs, Symbols In Stone and Secrets Vol. 2 to its credit. Recently added members include vocalist Brian Betterton and guitarist Mark Lucier,..Rochesterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own metal favorites, Nasty Trast, headlines celebrating their Psychoanalysis CD. Editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Note â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Blanco Diablo will be offering a live Instore Performance at the House of Guitars, 645 Titus Avenue, at 3 p.m. on the day of the show. (585-544-3500)

MGMT

SUNY Geneseo | Apr. 28 The psychedelic rock band, MGMT, features Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser continued on p. 12 >>>

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Rochester Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony: Honoring Lou Gramm, Bat McGrath, Don Potter George Eastman, Son House, Mitch Miller, Nick Nickson & Jack Palvino Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre | Apr. 28 This year’s inductees into the Rochester Music Hall of Fame include some of our favorite performers: •Singer/songwriter Lou Gramm - whose voice spearheaded the supergroup Foreigner on such hits as “Waiting For A Girl Like You,” “Cold As Ice ,” Lou Gramm and “I Want To Know What Love Is;” and who’s since enjoyed an extensive solo career here and nationwide. Now fully recovered from brain surgery, Lou continues to perform regularly and lends his talent to a number of collaborative projects. •Singer/ songwriter Bat McGrath – who’s penned hits for such stars as Ke n n y R o g e r s and Wynonna Judd and who perfor med in the rock act, The Bat McGrath Shows toppers . Bat also has enjoyed a long partnership with his friend Don Potter - the two performing extensively as an extremely popular folk/ blues duo. •Singer/songwriter Don Potter – who was also part of the band, The Shows to pp e r s a n d , of course , the other half of the folk/blues duo of Bat McGrath Don Potter and Don Potter. His vocals can be heard on the Chuck Mangione album Over The Rainbow, and he’s worked with

some of the top country stars in the business, touring and recording with The Judds and lending his talents to reGeorge Eastman cordings by Reba McEntier, Hank Williams Jr., Willie Nelson, Tanya Tucker and many others. In addition to these artists, the Class of 2 013 a l s o includes a group of men who helped shaped music in our area and throughout the world Son House – George Eastman who established the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra as well as the Eastman School of Music; Delta Blues legend Son House, a top figure in blues histor y who inf luenced Mitch Miller several generations of musicians; Mitch Miller, musician/conductor/producer and Columbia Records executive as well as star of TV’s Sing Along With Mitch; DJ Nick Nickson who was on the air in Rochester in the 194 0s , 50s & 60s on Nick Nickson WARC and WBBF; and fellow DJ, Jack Palvino who had the top rated morning show in Rochester for some twenty years on WBBF and went on to co-own eight radio stations. This Induction Ceremony promises appearances by Grammy Award-winJack Palvino ning celebrities and live performances by many of the inductees.

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Generationals

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Bug Jar | Apr. 28 From New Orleans comes The Generationals. The indie rock duo of Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer recently released Lucky Number....Touring in support of The Secret Will Keep You, the psychedelic/pop act Brass Bed comes to town from itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s native Lafayette, LA.

Fear Factory

w/Hate Eternal

Montage Music Hall | Apr. 28 The metal band Fear Factory formed back in 1989 and has released eight albums over the years, the most recent being The Industrialist. The act has gone through changes, but now features original member Dino Cazares along with Burton Bell, Matt DeVries and Mike Heller...Hate Eternal is a metal group formed in St. Petersburg FL. Their first popular CD, King of all Kings, released in 20012, led to extensive touring and great popularity. That was followed by I, Monarch; Fury & Flames; and Phoenix Amongst The Ashes on Metal Blade Records.

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of The Heist. Gathering a devoted fan base as well as critical acclaim, their music is distinct and has gained great fan-approval.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wings,â&#x20AC;? a recent single, is a favorite along with â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thrift Shop,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Othersideâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Irish Celebration.â&#x20AC;?

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

RIT Gordon Field House | Apr. 28 Hip-hop artist Macklemore tours with his DJ/production partner Ryan Lewis in support

Memorial Art Gallery | Apr. 30 As part of an Alternative Music Film Series at the MAG, the duo of vocalist/keyboardist Gar y Daly and guitarist Eddie Lundon known as China Crisis will perform. The UK act has six studio albums to its credit and has enjoyed commercial success in Europe, Australia and the Americas. Hit singles include â&#x20AC;&#x153;Christian,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Black Man Ray,â&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;King in a Catholic Style.â&#x20AC;? The film, Urgh! A Music War, which features footage of The Police, The Go-Goâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Devo and Joan Jett will also be screened.

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Cornell University Arts Quad, 165 McGraw Hall, Ithaca; 607-351-1845 cornellfolksong.org 4/20 Larry Hanks & Deborah Robins First Niagara Center, 0ne Seymour Knox III Plaza, Buffalo; 888-467-2273 www.firstniagaracenter.com 4/18 Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band with Joe Walsh Landmark Theatre, 362 S. Salina St., Syracuse; 315-475-7980 www. landmarktheatre.org 4/18 STS9 Massey Hall, 178 Victoria St., Toronto; 416-872-4255 www.masseyhall.com 4/19 Dennis DeYoung: The Music of Styx 4/20 Buddy Guy Performing Arts Center at Rockwell Hall, Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; 716-878-3005 www.buffalostate.edu/pac 4/20 Jake Shimabukuro 4/27 Boney James State Theatre, 107 W. State St., Ithaca; 607-27-STATE www. stateofithaca.com 4/21 Buddy Guy 4/26 Billy Bragg & Band with Kim Churchill War Memorial Arena at Oncenter, 800 S. State St., Syracuse; 315-4352121 www.oncenter.org 4/18 Miranda Lambert w/ Dierks Bentley

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•DOWNSTAIRS CABARET – Several new shows are in the works at Downstairs Cabaret Theatre. Running thru April 21 at their 540 East Main Street location is

Song Man, Dance Man. The show features the award-winning actor, singer and dancer, Jon Peterson, in a joyous tribute to seven Hollywood icons – George M. Cohan, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor, Sammy Davis Jr., Bobby Darin and Anthony Newley...Running April 18 thru May 5 at 20 Windsor Street is Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash. Robert Shaw and musicians from his Lonely Street Band as well as Rochester’s own Teagan and the Tweeds perform the music of Johnny Cash in this tribute show that incorporates stories, history and facts about Cash...Respect: A Musical Journey of Women opens on April 26 and runs through June 2nd at 3450 Winton Place. Combining excerpts of 60 songs with women’s own stories about finding dreams, lost love, relationship issues, entering the workforce, gaining independence and more, the show speaks to both men and women. Call (585) 325-4370. •BLACK SHEEP THEATRE – From April 19 thru 27, Black Sheep Theatre will present Vincent by Leonard Nimoy at 274 N. Goodman Street. The show offers a moving tribute and remembrance of the artist’s life as told through the eyes of his younger brother. Call (585) 861-4816. •MuCCC –At MuCCC, 142 Atlantic Avenue, a pay-what-youwant production by the Shakespeare Players of Rochester is planned on April 23rd offering scenes, speeches, songs and sonnets for your enjoyment. Visit www.muccc.org. •BREAD & WATER THEATRE – Continuing its Rainbow Theater Festival series, Bread & Water Theatre offers a production of No Word in Guyanese for Me by Wendy Graf from April 26 thru May 5 at 243 Rosedale Street. The Festival focuses on the challenges and triumphs of GLBT life; and this play finds a woman forced to choose between her identity, her family and her precious faith. The show is a one-woman tour-deforce by Wendy Graf. Call (585) 271-5523.

The life and times of Vincent Van Gogh is explored from the point of view of the artist’s younger brother, Theo, in the Black Sheep Theatre production, Vincent, running April 19-27.

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April 17 - May 1, 2013 FREETIME comedy on April 19, 20, 26 & 27 in the Brockport United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 92 East Main Street. Duck Hunter Shoots Angel is a comedy in two acts by Mitch Albom which follows the paths of two guilt-ridden duck hunters, a depressed tabloid journalist, his reluctant photographer, their crazed boss, a shopgirl, a half-man/half-alligator, and a ghost! Call (585) 637-4240. •TIME STANDS STILL – The Hourglass Play Reading Series, formerly known as the Rochester Fringe Play Reading Series, will present Time Stands Still by Donald Marguiles on April 20 at Blackfriars Theatre, 795 E. Main Street. The play focuses on a photojournalist and a foreign correspondent trying to find happiness in a world that seems to have gone crazy. Call (585) 520-2940.

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•THE GLASS MENAGERIE – The International Theatre Program of the University of Rochester will present the classic American play, The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, on April 25 thru 27 and May 1 to 3 in the Todd Theater on the U of R River Campus. The show is directed by Laura Savia. Call (585) 275-4088. •ALMOST, MAINE – A cold, moonless December sets the tone for romance, heartache and humor in Keuka College’s spring production of (315) 279-5231. Almost, Maine. Composed of nine short plays that explore love and loss, the romantic comedy is written by actor John Cariani and runs April 18 thru 21 at the school, located in Keuka Park NY. Call (315) 279-5231.

Organist Chris Elliott performs at the next Rochester Theater Organ Society “Pops-on Pipes” concert, April 28 at the Auditorium Theatre.

Concerts

•IRISH PROGRAM BENEFIT CONCERT – The Irish Children’s Program of Rochester will hold its annual Benefit Concert and Silent Auction on April 21 in Cleary Auditorium @ St. John Fisher College. The family event will feature performances by The Dady Brothers, Everheart, Wingin’ It, Bob’s Brothers Band and The Dustmen along with the Young School of Irish Dance, Drumcliffe Irish Arts, the Dunleavy School of Irish Dance and the Shannonside Ceili Dancers. There will also be a silent auction ongoing throughout the day. Visit www.irishchildrensprogram. com. •MICHEL BOUVARD – Renowned French organist Michel Bouvard will perform on the Italian Baroque Organ at the Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Avenue, on April 21. Bouvard is a visiting professor at the Eastman and Professor of Organ at Paris Conservatory. Call (585) 276-8959. •CLASSICAL IDOL – The Rochester Oratorio society presents their annual Classical Idol Vocal Competition this year on April 20 at Temple B’rith Kodesch, 2131 Elmwood Avenue. Contestants include Eastman students, singers with international experience, artists from Russia, and others. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Call (585) 473-2234. •BRIAN PETERS – A Heartland House Concert is planned on April 20 at 20 Winbourne Road featuring Brian Peters. Peters is described as “one of British folk music’s finest ambassadors” as he brings the sound of English folk clubs to the U.S. Known for his skill on the English squeezebox, melodeon and anglo concertina as well as guitar, his performances also feature his impressive vocals and energetic stage presence. Call (585) 328-3103. •FRIDAY JAZZ AT IMMANUEL – On April 19, the Immanuel Baptist Church at 815 Park Avenue will present the Mike Kaupa Quartet as part of their Friday Jazz series. The group features Mike on trumpet, Paul Hofmann on piano, Dan Vitale on bass and Mike Melito on drums. Call (585) 473-7664. •PENFIELD SYMPHONY – Penfield Symphony Orchestra performs works by Russian composers on April 22 in Penfield High School, 25 High School Drive. RPO keyboardist Joseph Werner will be featured in a program of works by Sergei Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky. Call (585) 872-0774. •POPS ON PIPES – Organist Chris Elliott will perform at the

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The Geneseo Dance Ensemble celebrates 45 Years in Dancing Past to Present, on stage April 18-21.

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SUNY Geneseo – 45 Years The Department of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Geneseo will present the Geneseo Dance Ensemble in Dancing Past to Present: Celebrating 45 Years on April 18 thru 21 in Alice Austin Theatre on the Geneseo Campus. The program will feature alumni artists and current students performing works by alumni, faculty and guests – including Bill Evans, Jon Lehrer, Shahin Monshipour, Professor Lancos, Mark Broomfield, Kaitlin Keller and others. Call (585) 245-5873. Bhangra Dance As part of the Culture & Community Sunday series at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Avenue, the University of Rochester’s Bhangra Dance Company will perform on April 28 from 2 to 3 in Patricia F. Hale Gallery. The troupe has gained notoriety for its dancing and diversity. They’ve competed in Buffalo, Syracuse, NYC, Washington D.C., Carolina, Toronto and Vancouver. Call (585) 697-1942. Dance/Hartwell The Department of Dance at SUNY Brockport will present Dance/Hartwell featuring choreography by undergraduate and graduate students on April 18 thru 20 In Hartwell Dance Theatre on Kenyon Street. The concert features works by Amanda McCullum (“Musing on Sirens and Whores”) and Anna Cor vera (“Sound Mind Sound Body”). Call (585) 395-2787.

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High Falls Film Festival The 11th season of Rochester’s High Falls Film Festival, celebrating women in film, is scheduled for April 18, 19 & 20 this year with screenings at the Little The-

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atre, 240 East Avenue; the Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman House, 900 East Avenue, and the Cinema Theatre, 957 Clinton Avenue South. The event offers 25 screenings of international films, documentaries and shorts as well as question and answer sessions with filmmakers. There are also Gala Opening and Closing Night Celebrations scheduled along with the awarding of the Susan B. Anthony “Failure is Impossible” Award. Visit www. highfallsfilmfestival.com for full details. Rochester International Film Festival Produced by Movies on a Shoestring Inc. since 1959, the Rochester International Film Festival is the longest-running, continuously held festival of short films in the world. This year, screenings will include narratives, animations, and documentaries; with award-winning filmmakers from all over the world in attendance to discuss their work. The Rochester International Film Festival will run April 25 thru 27 in the Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman House, 900 East Avenue. Visit www.rochesterfilmfest.org and call (585) 271-3361. A Night @ The Movies The Brockport Symphony Orchestra will present “A Night at the Movies” on April 18 in Seymour Union Ballroom on the SUNY College at Brockport campus. The concert is actually a collaboration between the Dept. of Theatre and Music and the Film Studies program. It will feature films and film music - from the silent era to the present - with Dr. Sidney Rosenweig introducing the film pieces. Harold Lloyd’s “Ask Father” will be shown as well as scenes from “The Andy Griffith show,” “Around the World in Eighty Days,” and ”Calamity Jane.” Visit www.brockportsymphony.org.

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engage with five selected artworks from the MAG collection and then join in discussions by area artists. Visit www.slowartday.com. â&#x20AC;˘A Debut Runwa y Show featuring collections by Tanvi Asher, Josean Vargas and Andrea Geer will be presented on April 27 at the Vignelli Center for Design Studies at RIT, 73 Lomb Memorial Drive, with part of the proceeds benefiting Girls Rock! Rochester. The event also features a cocktail reception. Visit www.sewnseeds. com. â&#x20AC;˘The Rochester Gay Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chorusâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; annual fundraising event, Spring Fling: 30 Years of Song, will be held on A pril 28 th at Artisan Works, 865 Blossom Road. There will be entertainment by the RGMC, karaoke by Mikey Vivattine, a cash bar, and more. Visit www.thergmc. org. â&#x20AC;˘ROC the Runway 2013 is scheduled for April 28 th at the Hyatt Regency, 124 E. Main Street. The event opens with a VIP Cocktail House at 5 Search for a rare find of the musical kind on p.m., and the Fashion April 20, when local independent music stores will Show starts at 7. Call feature lots of specialty items and goodies, and (585) 309-3239. even live performances in celebration of Record Store Day.

on April 26 at the Italian American Community Center, 150 Frank DiMino Way. This evening of entertainment begins at 7:30 p.m. Call (585) 594-8882. â&#x20AC;˘On April 26, 27 & 28, a juried show, Springtime in Canandaigua Arts & Crafts, will be offered at the indoor Canandaigua Civic Center, 250 N. Bloomfield Road in Canandaigua NY. Over 90 artisans will be on hand; and there will be a kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s corner, specialty foods, seminars, regional wine and beer, and more. Visit www.springtimeincanandaigua. com. â&#x20AC;˘Along the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, the annual Wine & Herb Festival is scheduled for April 26 thru 28 and May 3 thru 5. Guests will receive a souvenir wine glass, a plant carrier, plus a garden plan and instructions. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find wines paired with an herb dish and plant giveaways at each stop. Call (800) 684-5217. â&#x20AC;˘Slow Art Day, an annual event at the Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Avenue, is scheduled for April 27. Celebrated by museums around the world, Slow Art Day provides a chance to look at art - slowly - and experience it more fully. Participants will

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FINAL REGULAR SEASON GAMES FOR THE AMERKS Our Rochester Americans AHL Hockey Team will complete their 2012/2013 regular season here at home, on the ice in the Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Drive, with consecutive games. 19 and 22; and at 1:05 p.m. on April 20 & 21. Next up, the Buffalo Bisons face the Wings from April 27 thru 30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; at 1:05 p.m. on the 27th and 28th, at 7:05 p.m. on the 29th; and at 11:35 a.m. on the 30th. For tickets, visit www. rochesterredwings.com; or call (585) 423-WING. On Friday, April 19, they take on Toronto; and on Saturday, April 20, Hamilton faces the Amerks for their last regular season game. Both games start at 7:05 p.m. Visit www.amerks.com; or call (800) 745-3000. WNY FLASH OPENS HOME SEASON Our Western New York Flash National Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Soccer League team, featuring Abby Wambach, opens their home season on Sat-

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tale along with music and movement. Call (585) 263-2700. •From April 25 thru May 4, National Technical Institute for by Sue Cannon the Deaf Performing Arts will present CHARLIE AND THE •Children ages 2 to 5 and their CHOCOLATE FACTORY in the caregivers can enjoy a story readRobert F. Panara Theatre on the ing and art viewing experience RIT campus. The mischievous on April 18 at the Memorial Art tale of five children who win Gallery, 500 University Avenue. Golden Tickets granting them The ART AND STORY STROLL a once-in-a-lifetime oppor turuns from 11 a.m. to noon. Call nity to tour the mysterious and (585) 276-8971. magnificent factory escorted by •Youngsters can hear a 30its owner, Willy Wonka, will minute concert followed by a Q be presented in American Sign & A session with the musicians Language and spoken English on April 19 during an EASTwith captions. Call (5850 475MAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC PER6254; or visit www.rit.edu/NTID/ FORMANCE at Strong National theatre. Museum of Play, One Manhattan •The SCIENCE SATURDAY Square. Call (585) 263-2700. PROGRAM of hands-on ex •AVENUE Q: S CHOOL periments designed for the entire EDITION will be presented family continues by Rochester at the RochesSchool of the Arts ter Museum & on April 19 thru Science Center, 27 at 42 P rince 657 E a s t Av Street. Based on enue on Apr il an original con27. To register/ cept by Rober t pay for this one, L op e z a n d Je f f “A Rain Bar rel Marx, this familyWorkshop,” call friendly version of (585) 697-1942. the popular show •Dur ing a will be directed BEST OF THE by Lorie Dengler BRICK WEEKDewey. Call (585) END at Strong 242-7682. National Mu •Kids can meet seum of Play, Brother Bear from One Manhattan the Be r ne nst ain Square, you can Bears books on meet Greg HyA p r i l 20 & 21 land – the man dur ing a LITbehind some of ERATURE LIVE the anima tion present a tion a t and packaging Strong National Take stock of your LEGO brick for LEGO prodMuseum of Play, building skills during Best of the One Manha ttan Brick Weekend at Strong National ucts - and see his amazing artSquare. Call (585) Museum of Play, April 27 & 28. work; or form a 263-2700. team and take •The 2013 NIpart in a LEGO brick building AGARA DISTRICT JUNIOR competition. The fun is planned OLYMPIC BOXING TOURNAfor April 27 & 28. Call (585) MENT for boxers ages 8 to 16 is 263-2700. planned for April 20 & 21 at U •The Ar tSmar t Series proPrep Charter School, 189 Raines duction of “KID POWER’S Park. Winning boxers aged 13 OPERATION LUNCH LINE to 16 are eligible to compete in 3-D – NATIONAL TOUR” arthe Regional Championships at rives at the Smith Opera House, Lake Placid Olympic Center in 82 Seneca Street in Geneva, on May. Call (585) 752-2621. April 30. The highly interactive, •The TODDLER BOOK CLUB one hour musical is targeted at meetings for April at Strong grades 1 thru 5 and designed to National Museum of Play, One help them learn the value of good Manhattan Square, center on nutrition and exercise. The show “Dragons and Friends.” The sesuses special visual effects in 3-D. sions, held on April 22 & 29, will Call (315) 781-5483. feature the a classic children’s

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Benefits: •A benefit for Al and Pauline Kerstein is planned at Abilene Bar and Lounge, 153 Liberty Pole Way, on Sunday, April 21. The popular local couple has hit a serious rough patch lately due to health issues. Al (a.k.a. “Mr. Lacrosse”/ “Mr. Irondequoit”) tells us that his wife, Pauline, a U.S. Postal employee, has been unable to work while receiving intense treatments. So the local community – spearheaded by Danny Deutsch of Abilene – wants to give back to the Kerstein’s. A four-hour party is planned, from 2 to 6 p.m., featuring music by The Ruckus Juice Jug Stompers and The LP’s; complete with food and drink, giveaways, raffles, and more. (585-232-3230) •Pineapple Jack’s at 485 Spencerport Road in Gates is hosting a benefit for Dawn Sherman who has stage 2 breast cancer and faces a long chemo and recovery period with no income. Dawn, a local vocalist, has performed with Long Live Rock, Jel, Jesse Hamilton, Jeff Cosco, Donnie Mancuso, Jess Hamilton and Joey Tuchrello among others. The singer/waitress has done many benefits

Prime Time Funk by Kurt herself over the years; and now, this one’s for her. Performing at this event, titled “Dawn Rising,” will be the Bar Stars, Joe Brucato, Perfect World, Jeff Cosco’s Banditos and an All-Star Jam featuring many of her friends in the Rochester music community. The event starts at 4 p.m. on April 21. (585-247-5225) •The Family & Friends For Freedom Fund, which provides financial suppor t to soldiers wounded in the U.S. Ar med Forces, will benefit from a show on Friday, April 26 at Hochstein Performance Hall, 50 N. Plymouth Avenue. The show will feature Gene Ferrari and the Roger Eckers Orchestra. (www.injuredmarinesfund.org) •An evening of live music by Amanda Lee Peers, Teresa Wilcox and The Lonely Ones is

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planned on T h u r s d a y, Apr il 25 a t L ov i n ’ Cup, 300 Park Point Drive . “Proceeds for Preemies” benefits the March of Dimes. (585-292-9940) •Daisy Dukes, at 2235 Empire Blvd. in Webster, hosts a benefit for Uncle Ralph Bushey (drummer in the Natalie B Band) whose cymbals were stolen in January, on Wednesday, April 17. Amanda Ashley and the Natalie B Band will perform. (585-663-7364) Record Store Day Concerts: •Record Store Day, held on Saturday, April 20th, brings with it special releases of records and CDs, sales, and general merriment at independent record stores nationwide. You’ll find details on how the party will proceed here in Rochester in our Festivals and Special Events section. The day also brings a series of live, free, concerts including the following... •House of Guitars, 645 Titus Avenue...The live music schedule runs all day, nonstop and free – Mitch Jones, solo acoustic folk, 11 a.m.; The Capitals, alternative modern rock, noon; I Can’t Stop Wandering, Rochester duo, 1 p.m.; Mark Malsegna, lead guitarist of Clearl y From Negligence, upfront @ 2 p.m.; Harmonica Lewinski, garage Brownell punk, also @ 2 p.m.; Smith & Williams, acoustic, 3 p.m.; Uncl Rog, country, 4 p.m.; The Tabs, CD Release, 5 p.m.; Televisionaries, garage rock, 6 p.m.; The Beatle, solo, 7 p.m. (585-5443500) @ Bop Shop Records, 1460 Monroe Avenue ... Boyd Lee Dunlap, 87-year-old pianist and brother of drummer Frankie Dunlop, 1 p.m.; Wammo and the Swooners, featuring singer/songwriter Wammo and Willy O’Riley & Chris Potter of the Swooners; vocalist Natalie Quevedo, 3 p.m.; The Buzzo All-Stars, featuring Buzzo himself on trumpet & vocals, 4 p.m. (585-271-3354) Congrats: •Prime Time Funk will celebrate its 17th anniversary of its very first gig with a special show,

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“PTF: 17 Years & Counting,” on Friday, April 26 at Taylors, 3300 Monroe Avenue. The full band (including its lead singer of thirteen years, Ronnie Leigh) will be joined by special guest, Todd East - the band’ original lead singer. (www.primetimefunk.com) •Rochester’s own JJ Lang has been nominated for four awards – Best Male Rock Artist, Best Rock Band (JJ Lang Band), Best Rock Recording (Train Wreck) and Best Rock Song (“American Honey”) – at this year’s Indie Music Channel Awards which will be held on Sunday, April 28th at the House of Blues in Hollywood. Holding our breath... (www.jjlang.com) •The Manhattan Project will celebrate the release of their latest, Atomic Bomb Party on Saturday, April 20 at Water Street Music Hall, 204 N. Water St. Everyone in the audience gets a free copy! (www.waterstreetmsuic.com) •Rod Blumenau and his Quartet will celebrate his return to performing after hand surgery last fall on Wednesday, April 24 in Ingle Auditorium at RIT. The concert also marks the release of the band’s latest CD, Jazzography. (585-475-5210) •At the House of Guitars, 645 Titus Avenue, Fred Costello will celebrate his new CD, Anthology; along with his new book, A Lifetime of Nightclubs & Ballparks, on Saturday, April 20 from 10 to 11 a.m., when he’ll be signing both at the HOG. (585-544-3500) •In celebration of his upcoming book release, The Doors: Unhinged, rock legend John Densmore from The Doors will be at Record Archive, 33 1/3 Rockwood Street on Monday, April 22. He’ll sign the book and one other item IF you have a wristband which the Record Archive has been giving out to those who pre-ordered the hardcover book. (585-244-1210).

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One of the premier Celtic folk acts in our region, the Dave North Trio has been performing throughout the East Coast since 1982. The DNT sound is deeply rooted in traditional and contemporary Celtic, delivered in a unique style created by the combined influences of each of its members. Led by Dave North himself – a native of Slough, England - on acoustic guitar and vocals; the act also features Diane

Hershey on fiddle/vocals, Fred Vine on acoustic guitar/vocals, and Marc Loan on acoustic bass/ banjo/vocals. With a songlist that moves easil y f rom sea shanties to bawdy ditties and from pub songs to lilting ballads; a Dave North Trio show delivers plenty of listening fun to a wide-range

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tional, modern, comic and often obscure songs, makes DNT a fan favorite. You can catch the Dave North Trio/Quartet on Friday, April 19 at McGraw’s Irish Pub, 145 W. Commercial Street in East Rochester, playing a special show sponsored by attor ney Ter r y Brownsteiner. Carin’s Pride opens at 6:00pm, dancers from McMahon Irish School of Dance perform at 7:30pm, with Dave and the gang taking the stage at 8:oopm. Call (585) 348-9091; and visit davenorthtrio.com.

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A “One On One” Conversation with Lou Gramm, Rochester Music Hall of Fame Inductee - The Class of 2013 By Scott Gudell It’s an elite and difficult club to enter. British bands such as the Rolling Stones and the Beatles have been in “it” for decades. And two U.S. bands in “it” have their roots right here in Rochester, NY. We all know that somewhere… each and every day of the year… the iconic and memorable music of the Stones and the Beatles is being played or heard numerous times.   That’s also true when it comes to songs written and sung by Gene Cornish of the Young Rascals and Lou Gramm of Foreigner, two musicians with roots here in Rochester, New York.   Gene Cornish was inducted into the Rochester Music Hall of Fame/ Class of 2012 and Lou Gramm is

being formally inducted into the hall/class of 2013.  Very few bands are part of “it,” the club in which the music is seeringly memorable, well-crafted and stands the hostile test of time.   Influential music that’s heard over and over and instantly recognizable.  With his music being heard somewhere, someplace, on a daily basis, Lou Gramm is a proud member of the club.  Coincidently, I heard “Cold As Ice” on a nationally televised news broadcast less than 24 hours before I sat down with Mr. Gramm for an exclusive hour-long   interview in late March to discuss his induction into the Rochester Music Hall of Fame. But first things first. Let’s rewind some 35 years to when Foreigner first came together as a group.  The band with an American born and raised lead singer, ironically, also had its origins when former members of other influential British groups such as King Crimson and Spooky Tooth went in search of a vocalist that would match their new vision. Having heard Gramm’s work with Black Sheep, members including Mick Jones invited him to New York City to audition. “Apparently, they auditioned over 30 vocalists and were still looking when I came down to Manhattan,” Gramm remembered. The tracks had already been recorded and Gramm actually sang

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to the pre-recorded tracks.  Later, “Mick asked me if I would consider staying around a couple days and trying to write with him so he could see how that went.”  But that “went” on for almost a week.  They got together with other members of the band… had more rehearsals… Eventually, just before yet another rehearsal, Gramm politely asked “Look, am I in?”  The response was “Oh yeah, you’re in, didn’t you know that, you’re in!” So Gramm moved from Rochester to the New York area and started to practice and write songs at the regal sum of $125 a week. But the record deal certainly didn’t instantly drop into their laps.  “When we had about seven songs written and rehearsed we started making calls and inviting A and R people from different labels to come and listen to us… we were turned down by every one of them.” Although the two people from Atlantic Records “passed” on the group, there was still some interest.  “We more or less edited this, we made things a little more concise, a little more dynamic… and we we’re signed.” Sales were steady and momentum kept building and building beyond belief.   But for a band that sold 80 million records, and counting, including monster hits such as “Hot Blooded,” “Feels Like the First Time,” “Juke Box Hero,” “Waiting For a Girl Like You” and many others, their first number one hit did not come until close to a decade after the release of the first LP.   When “I Want To Know What Love Is” climbed to number one, Lou remembered “I was thrilled.  A few years before that, the only songs that were number one were ballads, and we weren’t writing ballads to shoot for number one. We most always had a strong ballad on each of our albums and this one just happened to be strong at the right time, the right place. We had a couple number twos, a few threes. I think we had over 20 top 10 songs. One of the number two songs was kept off by (Olivia Newton John’s) ‘Let’s Get Physical.’”    But eventually Gramm wanted to try solo projects. “I just released my second solo album.  Mick was out of the country.   He went on a cruise. I had song ideas and I just didn’t want to wait anymore.” There was a slot opening for Steve Miller who was going on the road, so Gramm eagerly accepted the opening slot. “We were about a third of the way into that tour and suddenly I hear that Mick comes home.  I was informed by management to drop everything,

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what I was doing, and come and work on new songs and get ready to go into the studio.” Gramm said that the answer was simple. “No can do. When the tour is over, I’ll be glad to get right down to work.” The rest is history as Jones and Foreigner found another singer.   But personal stor m clouds were forming and Lou Gramm’s world was about to explode with a thousand shards of pain.  “My operation was in March of ’97. We were just about to do a tour of Japan. About two weeks before we were set to do that, I started waking up early in the morning, woken up by a headache I never had before.   It was so painful, it was debilitating…” Although it would ease up for part of the day, it always returned. A non-cancerous brain tumor was soon discovered. Gramm met with several doctors and there were several  long pauses as Gramm recalled the various conversations and ultimately the one doctor that said the tumor was inoperable. “At that point, I assumed I had just been given a death sentence,” Gramm said ver y slowly and quietly.   “In this frame of mind, I happened to be watching 20/20 one evening very shortly thereafter and saw a segment about Dr. Black.”   He was a neurosurgeon based in Boston, a very knowledgeable surgeon about brain tumors.  “At the end of the segment, they gave his office number.  I was on the phone at 7:30 the next morning.  I flew out the next day… at four o’clock in the morning the following day, I was being wheeled into surgery because there was no time to waste.” Although the operation was a success, Gramm remembered that “From 1997 to about 2003, my life was a living hell.”  Motor skills were off, it was difficult to complete a thought or sentence, “I was finding that I would be exhausted at night, I would go to sleep and wake up the next morning feeling more tired than when I went to sleep.”   He was in three auto accidents, including two head-on. “One with my twins in the car, when they were about three years old,” Gramm said. But three miracles as well, no one was seriously hurt and he turned in his license for a year.   He was in a fog for years and continued to perform, even if he had to tape song lyrics to the floor. When he sang, he remembered hearing shouts from the crowd such as “‘Hey, you’re hitting the pasta a little hard, aren’t you Lou?’ and stuff like that. Really cold,

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cutting remarks, like I let myself go,” he said. He had gone from about 140 lbs. to 280 lbs. but Lou was determined to come back in a positive way and dramatically reduced his weight.  He’s embraced God, recorded new solo material, hit the road again  and more.  It seems his personal tenacity and determination is stronger than his most dramatic song. 2013 brings gifts that if scripted into a movie, would be hard to believe that they are all happening within several weeks.  Within 30 days this spring, Lou Gramm will be inducted into the Rochester Music Hall of Fame, the Song Writers Hall of Fame and release his autobiography, Juke Box Hero.  A mere 35 years after the release of Foreigner’s first album. So the final   question is as simple as it gets. How does it feel?   Again, another long pause before he answers. “That the things I’ve done with my life and career were meaningful to a lot of people.  That the artistic side, which I always held in high esteem, is being appreciated, getting the attention that it deserves.  I’m humbled by the awards.” There was a soothing tone of serenity in has voice and a look of contentment on his face. A world class musician such as Lou Gramm, and his fellow 2013 inductees, can only be inducted once and the event, based on the 2012 version, will certainly be a memorable one. Be there so you can joyously celebrate the evening and salute some of Rochester’s world class talent. Editors Note: The Rochester Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony takes place on Sunday, April 28 at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre. See RochesterMusic.org for ticket information. Lou will also be signing copies of his new book at several locations in the area.  Go to lou-gramm.com for updates.

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Lambics, More Macho Than You Think by Mark Tichenor I’m writing this column from deep within the man box–you know, that nar rowly defined range of emotions and interests that shows the outside world that one is truly deser ving of being considered masculine. We’re talking things like grilling steak, grunting, and big bitter double IPA. Well it’s a load of crap. Especially when it comes to beer. Sometimes even us manly hemen can appreciate the art, complexity, and downright delishitude an excellent Belgian lambic affords. These wildfermented fruit-laced ales are some of the most unique on the planet, and, ber ries and all, among the most challenging beers to ever cross your uvula. Lambic beers break all the rules. Traditionally they ferment in big open vats, allowing the natural yeasts and bacteria of the Belgian microclimate to settle in and spontaneously ferment. The resulting beer is so throatpunchingly tart that it needs to be blended with older, mellower beer to make ‘gueuze’, before it’s

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even potable, and commonly gets flavored with cherry (kriek) or strawberry (framboise) before going to market. Now you can be forgiven if the word ‘Framboise’ conjures up images of Audrey Hepburn goggles and tiny dog snouts poking out of Prada bags, because the framboise you’re most likely to find–brewed by Belgium’s Lindeman’s Brewery–is sweet and fizzy, more soda-pop than beer, with a frilly pink head and comically low ABV. This is a beer designed by marketers to capture the purses of young American urban women and nothing more. REAL Lambic bears about as much relationship to Lindemans Framboise as The Olive Garden’s breadsticks do to the cuisine of Tuscany. The twisty streets around the Gare du Midi in Brussels, Belgium are not tourist avenues. They’re tough and gritty, an immigrant neighborhood with a decidedly northAfrican f lair. Petty crime is rampant; crystals of auto glass lie in curbside piles and the nar row alleys echo with those funny European police sirens. It’s the last place you’d expect to find a farmhousestyle brewery, but Brasserie Cantillon never bothers to do what’s expected. Cantillon is a throwback, and the home of serious lambic. They go heavy on the unflavored Gueze. They make it the real way and they make it sour. In each sip, you taste the must and musk of the

farmhouse, and each swallow is tart enough to nearly close your throat. this is unquestionably a macho-ass beer, and the brewery is a mecca among beer tourists. Lindemans and Cantillon are the polar extremes of lambic, with many small brewers and blenders somewhere in between. One of the finest is only recently available in the Rochester area: the Kriek (cherry)   from Brouwerij Boon in the original lambic town of Lembeek, Belgium. Boon Kriek is a masterpiece of complexity and balance. Nowhere near as sour as Cantillon‘s beers, with a soft, subtle sweetness, the one sensation a sip of boon provides is creamy. The lactic acidity meshes with the cherries to provide a pillowy, almost marshmallow essence. Heavier in body than most Kriek, Boon’s example is robust enough to pair with game meats (stay away from salty cured stuff), yet strikingly elegant as a nightcap or special occasion toast. The variety of lambic textures and flavors is all the more striking considering the tininess of the region where it is made. To this day, with the exception of Lindeman’s, the beers remain the sort of farmhouse products at which people in skinny jeans would toss the words ‘artisinal’ and ‘curated.’ To thoroughly experience lambics, you pretty much still have to go to Belgium. Fortunately, our beer stores and more enlightened pubs appreciate the place these fine beers have on the table, and, with a little determination, you can find a decent variety right here. With a beer style this special, the hunt is part of the fun, and lambic will provide an adequately sweet, or sour, reward. Oh, and never let anyone tell you your fruit beer isn’t manly. Mark owns a laptop and likes beer. For more on beer, check out the beercraft blog, updated regularly, at beercraft. wordpress.com. Find him on Twitter @beercraft. Send your questions, suggestions, or comments to beercraft@rochester. rr.com.

Draft 10 The Community Darkroom, at 713 Monroe Avenue, opens Draft 10 on April 19. The show features both vaideo and photographic art from over 35 student

artists who’ve worked on the RIT publication, “Draft Magazine.” An opening reception on the 19th runs from 7 to 9 p.m.; the show is open until May 18. Call (585) 271-5920.

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Video and photographic works by RIT student artists is featured in Draft 10, on view beginning April 19 at Community Darkroom Galleries.

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Written and directed by Brian Helgeland • Rated PG-13 By Ed Symkus It was not with much excitement or anticipation that I sat down to watch 42, the bio-pic about Jackie Robinson, second baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers, and the first black player to make it into the major leagues. I’m neither a big fan of usually over-reverential Hollywood bio-pic fare (my favorite remains The Music Lovers, the lurid and overwrought story of Peter Tchaikovsky), nor of sports movies that all seem to lead up to “the big game” (OK, there are a couple I’ve liked: Friday Night Lights and It Happens Every Spring).     Which brings us to the sports bio-pic 42, a movie that, to my surprise, engrossed me, moved me, educated me, entertained me. The title, for those unfamiliar with the man and the story, refers to the number Robinson wore on his back

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as a Dodger.     After seeing the film, I did some research on Robinson, and found that there were enough exploits in his life, even before he was catapulted from the Negro leagues to the majors in the late-1940s, to provide ample fodder for another whole movie. But believe me, this one will do for now.     As played by Chadwick Boseman, a busy background actor (lots of TV, and a part in The Express), here getting his first lead role, Robinson comes across as both uppity and laidback, as a hard-driving athlete and proud man, as someone who knows that he’s making history but in doing so must show a lot of restraint against the personal challenges thrown at him. Boseman is terrific in the part.     He’s matched every step of the way in acting chops and character portrayal by Harrison Ford as Branch Rickey, the crusty, determined, business sav vy general manager of the Dodgers who got the idea to bring Robinson across the racial barrier. Packed into a fat suit to bulk him up to the real Rickey’s size, it’s Ford’s best perfor-

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Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House, 900 East Ave.; 271-4090 / eastmanhouse.org (All films shown at 8 pm unless otherwise noted.) 4/17 Maurice 4/18 & 21 Room 237 (Thurs. @ 8pm; Sun. @ 2pm) 4/19 2001: A Space Odyssey 4/20 High Falls Film Festival (Details @ highfallsfilmfestival.com) 4/23 Le Grand Amour *French w/ subtitles 4/24 The Householder 4/25-27 Rochester International Film Festival (Details @ rochesterfilmfest.org)

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mance in years.     But acting aside, perhaps the reason the film works so well is that aside from placing Robinson at the center, where he proves himself over and over on the field and at the plate, and showing him as a loving husband and a good man, the excellent script also keeps an eye on the people and events all around him.     This isn’t just a biography; it’s an unflinching study of the times. Racism wasn’t thought of as a bad thing; it was an accepted way of life, at least in the world of baseball. Robinson had to keep his cool when dealing with foulmouthed, bad-tempered fans and other players, even some of his own teammates.     One of the most difficult parts of the film to take is when Robinson becomes the target of vitriolic Ben Chapman (Alan Tudyk, who played the pilot in the great science-fiction TV series Firefly), the hateful manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, who hurls more N bombs at him than anyone uttered in Django Unchained.     Yet writer-director Brian Helgeland, while rightfully keeping scenes like that uncomfortable, balances the movie out with people on the other side of the issue – other fans, other players, folks like Branch Rickey – getting their say, rooting for Robinson to make it. There’s even a sidelight of comic moments, courtesy of John C. McGinley as legendary announcer Red Barber, a man responsible for turning some of the most colorful phrases in broadcast booth history.     This is not exactly a feel-good movie, as it covers some emotionally rough terrain. But it’s a class act all the way through, providing plenty to think about along with some great moments in baseball.

LISTINGS

AMC LOEWS WEBSTER 12 2190 Empire Blvd.; 888-262-4386 BROCKPORT STRAND THEATER 93 Main St., Brockport; 637-3310 CANANDAIGUA MOVIETIME THEATRE Routes 5 & 20, Canandaigua; 3960110 CINEMA THEATRE 957 S. Clinton Ave.; 271-1785 GENESEO THEATRES Lakeville Rd., Geneseo; 243-2691 IMAX THEATRE at Tinseltown 2291 Buffalo Rd., Gates; 247-2180 LITTLE THEATRE 240 East Ave.; 232-4699 MOVIES 10 West Brighton Plaza, 2613 W. Henrietta Rd.; 800-326-3264 PITTSFORD PLAZA CINEMA 3349 Monroe Ave.; 383-1310 REGAL CINEMA EASTVIEW 70 East View Mall Dr., Victor; 4250420 REGAL CULVER RIDGE CINEMA 16 2255 Ridge Rd. East, Irondequoit; 544-1140 REGAL GREECE RIDGE CENTER 12 176 Greece Ridge Center Drive; 225-5810 REGAL HENRIETTA CINEMA 18 Marketplace Drive, Henrietta; 4243090 TINSELTOWN USA GATES 2291 Buffalo Rd., Gates; 247-2180 VINTAGE DRIVE-IN 1520 Route 15, Avon; 226-8320 FOR SHOWTIMES SEE WWW.FREETIME.COM

4/28 Sunset (2 pm) 4/30 Land of Milk and Honey *French w/ subtitles High Falls Film Festival - Celebrating Women in Film; 820-0845 / highfallsfilmfestival.com 4/18-21 Screenings @ The Little Theatre (240 East Ave.), Cinema Theatre (957 S. Clinton Ave.) and Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House (900 East Ave.), including independent features, documentaries and shorts. See website for schedule.

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Lauded by critics and fans alike, the Chicago-based sextet of classically trained musicians known as Umphrey’s McGee comes to Water Street Music Hall on September 13, with a brand new album, Death By Stereo, in tow.

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JOHN BROWN’S BODY

Blues/Pop

DAISY DUKES 2235 Empire Blvd, 671-4880 “Uncle Ralph Hits The Skids” Benefit featuring Natalie B Band & Amanda Ashley 8pm

Acoustic

Irish

Acoustic/Rock

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Family Night-Games, Songs, Stories & More 5pm

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 586-7000 Tinted Image

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Dead Catholics w/ The Years & TBA 8pm

Blues

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Steve Lyons 9:15pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Johnny Rawls 9:30pm

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 The Dady Brothers 7pm

O’LACY’S IRISH PUB 5 School St, Batavia, 343-3270 Dave North Trio

Jazz LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Spirits Rising 8pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Touring in support of their new album, Kings and Queens, the Boston / Ithaca-based, John Brown’s Body heads up the BIG UPstate Reggae Festival at Water Street Music Hall, April 26.

Poetry

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry Reading 7-10pm

Show

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com “Art of Xpression 2” Poetry & Spoken Word Night to benefit the Mocha Center 6-9pm

CONCERTS

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 “Live from Hochstein” Concert & Broadcast featuring The Chroma Piano Trio 12:10-12:50pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Wind Orchestra 8pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Lower Strong Auditorium, 2752828 UR Chamber Ensembles 8pm

DANCE

ROGER ROBACH COMMUNITY CENTER Ontario Beach Park, Lake & Beach Aves, 865-3320 Big Band Dance featuring the Gateswingers w/ The Al Bruno Trio & Tom Monte 6-9pm

SHOWS

Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Scranton/ WB Yankees 7:05pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -No Child...(The Nextstage) 7pm -The Whipping Man 7:30pm

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Acoustic/Folk

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Cammy Enaharo w/ Arbitration Sweets 9pm

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McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 CCE Session 7pm

Jazz

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Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Declan Ryan & Close Calls Album Release Show/Tour Kickoff w/ Baby Shark, Tim Avery , TBA 7pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Son House Blues Night w/ Gordon Munding DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Jokinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Steves 9pm LOVINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Jazz 90.1 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Meet the Artistâ&#x20AC;? Series featuring John Cole Blues Band 8pm

Supporting their sixth full-length release, The Divinity of Purpose, Hatebreed headline a hardcore lineup that includes Everytime I Die, Terror,  Job For A Cowboy, and This Is Hell, at Water Street Music Hall, April 18.

Celtic Punk

THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 The Swaggerinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Growlers w/ S. S. Webb

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Adam Hunter 7:30pm

Dance

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Djangoners 7:30-9:30pm

SUNY BROCKPORT Hartwell Dance Theater, 395-2787 DANCE/Hartwell 7:30pm

MONROEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 3001 Monroe Ave, 348-9103 Mike Kaupa, Jazz Duets 6-10pm

SUNY GENESEO Austin Theater, Brodie Hall, 2455873 Geneseo Dance Ensemble -Dancing Past to Present: Celebrating 45 Years 8pm

VILLAGE ROCK CAFE 213 Main St, E Rochester, 5861640 Dave Rivello Ensemble

Karaoke

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Metal

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Hatebreed w/ Everytime I Die, Terror, Job For A Cowboy, This Is Hell 7pm

Open Mic

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Open Mic w/ Mark Herrman THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Open Mic 8pm-1am

Rock/World

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 The Moho Collective w/ Special Guests 9pm

Show

SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com â&#x20AC;&#x153;Geeks Who Drinkâ&#x20AC;? Trivia Night 9-11pm

CONCERTS

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Courtney Lewis, guest conductor; Corey Cerovsek, violin Beethovenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Eroicaâ&#x20AC;? 7:30pm ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Jazz Ensemble 7:30pm SUNY BROCKPORT Seymour College Union Ballroom, www.brockportsymphony.org Brockport Symphony Orchestra -â&#x20AC;?A Night at the Moviesâ&#x20AC;? 7:30pm

TAPAS 177 177 St. Paul St, 262-2090 Salsa Lessons 9:30pm

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DANCE

COVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1124 Culver Rd, www. RochesterContra.com Contra Dance w/ music by Relative Harmony/PVC 8-11pm

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MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, kdonovan@ mag.rochester.edu/276-8971 Art and Story Stroll 11am-12noon *Ages 2-5 & their caregivers, registration reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d

SHOWS

THE INN ON BROADWAY 26 Broadway, 820-0845 High Falls Film Festival Opening Night Party 9pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Sage Art Center, 273-2267 SageFest 4-7pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Scranton/ WB Yankees 7:05pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 7:30pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 7:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players present: Measure for Measure 8pm

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HATTERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PUB 5 E. Main St, Webster, 872-1505 Peg Dolan & â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Fiddlerâ&#x20AC;? 8pm

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APRIL 19

CABINET

Six-piece bluegrass / Americana outfit, Cabinet head to town for a show at Sticky Lips BBQ Juke Joint, April 19. TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 -Serge Tsvasman & Friends 5pm -Right Turn Racer w/ Spaceweather Shakes, The Way Home, Moon Zombies & The Radium Girls 8pm

Bluegrass

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Cabinet w/ Ruckus Juice Jug Stompers 8:30pm

Blues

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Funkharp w/ Adam Rivera 10pm THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Third Degree THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 John Cole Blues Band SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Mitty & The Followers

Blues/Rock & Soul

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 The Slide Brothers 8pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Adam Hunter 7:30 & 10pm

Folk

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Hollands 9-10pm

Groove Rock/Jam

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Rochester Groove Fest Nite I: Pharm House, George Wesley Band, Minds Open Wide, Universe Shark, Meta Accord 7pm

Indie

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Wholesale Kids, The Reactions, Kopps & AMNL 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 -Carin’s Pride - Open Session 6pm -McMahon Irish School of Dance Performance 7:30pm -Dave North Trio 8pm -Late Nite Open Session w/ Rayce Malone & John Ryan

Jam

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Turnip Stampede 10pm

Jazz

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Mighty High & Dry 6-9pm ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Dave Chisholm Jazz Orchestra CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello & Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Madeline Forster 7:30-9:30pm POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 586-7000 Westview Project

Karaoke

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Karaoke 9pm-12mid THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9am-1am

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THERE’S A ING W E R B M R O ST ! H T N O M S I TH INDOOR FOOTBALL IS BACK Pre-Game Tailgate Parties!

Starting 1 Hour Prior To Kickoff

Sunday, April 21 • 3:30pm Albany Fighting Irish RIT Gordon Field House Post-Game Tailgate Party! Sponsored By TC Riley‘s

Friday, April 26 • 7:30pm Lancaster (PA) Lightning RIT Gordon Field House

Post-Game Tailgate Party!

1st 500 Fans Receive A Free Koozie! Sponsored By MicGinny’s

RocCityThunder.com twitter @RocCityThunder RIT Ticket Box Office 585.475.4121

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30 FREETIME April 17 - May 1, 2013 SUNY GENESEO Austin Theater, Brodie Hall, 2455878 Geneseo Dance Ensemble -Dancing Past to Present: Celebrating 45 Years 8pm

HAPPY HOUR 4-7 $2.25 Drafts $2.75 Wells Monday-Thursday

KIDS

We’re Ready For Another Great Season of Live Entertainment! Saturday April

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BRADDOCK BAY PARK LODGE 199 East Manitou Rd, Greece, BOP-LIVE/bbrr.org Braddock Bay Raptor Research Bird of Prey Days

Saturday May

GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE & MUSEUM Flint Hill Rd, Mumford, 538-6822 Antique Show & Sale Preview Party 6-8pm

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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Eastman School of Music Family Performance 6pm

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 4pm

Mon: $6 One-Topping Pizza Tue: 40¢ Wings 4-11pm (In-House Only) Wed: $8 Molson Pitchers Thu: $8 Labatt & Labatt Light Pitchers Fri: Free Pizza & Wings 4-6pm; $8 Pitchers After 9pm

SCANDLING STUDENT CENTER Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Geneva, www.hws.edu/festival The ARTS Experience Festival Gala 5-7:30pm

SPORTS

APRIL 20

CEDRIC WATSON & BIJOU CREOLE

Metalcore

THE DUB LAND UNDERGROUND 315 Alexander St, 232-7550 The Plot In You, I Declare War, ERRA, Fit For A King, Legion, State of Mind (doors) 7:30pm

Punk/Indie

FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 / The FirehouseSaloon.com Sexy Teenagers 8pm

Rock

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 -Small Town 5pm -Sinzibukwud 9pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Grand Re-Opening Party 5pm w/ music by Atlas @ 10pm

Rochester Cajun Zydeco Network’s next show at the Harmony House features fiddler/ accordionist/ singer/songwriter, Cedric Watson and his band Bijou Creole, April 20.

TAYLOR’S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 That Party Band 9pm TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Teressa Wilcox 10pm THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Monkee Scream Project 9:30pm VILLAGE ROCK CAFE 213 Main St, E Rochester, 5861640 Dog House 10pm

Southern Rock

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Poison Whiskey 9pm

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FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE AUDITORIUM 3325 Marvin Sands Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1623 Piano Recital featuring Ines Draskovic 7pm IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 815 Park Ave, 473-7664 Friday Jazz at Immanuel featuring The Mike Kaupa Quartet 7pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Jazz Ensemble & New Jazz Ensemble 8pm SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 315-7897716/genevaconcerts.org Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Courtney Lewis, guest conductor; Corey Cerovsek, violin 7:30pm ST MARY’S CHURCH 15 St Mary’s Place, Downtown Rochester, 274-1110 Eastman Repertory Singers & Women’s Chorus 8pm SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5824 Geneseo Wind & Jazz Ensembles 8pm

DANCE

SUNY BROCKPORT Hartwell Dance Theater, 395-ARTS DANCE/Hartwell 7:30pm

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THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 8pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 8pm BLACK SHEEP THEATRE Village Gate, 274 N. Goodman St, 861-9816 Vincent 7:30pm BROCKPORT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 92 Main st, Brockport 637-4240 The BUM Players present: Duck Hunter Shoots Angel 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash 8pm

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April 17 - May 1, 2013 FREETIME GENEVA COMMUNITY CENTER 160 Carter Rd, Geneva, www. gtglive.org Geneva Theatre Guild presents: Over the River and Through the Woods 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -No Child ... (The Nextstage) 7pm -The Whipping Man 8pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players present: Measure for Measure 8pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth Dept. of Theatre Arts presents: The Threepenny Opera 8pm SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 45 Prince St, sotarochester.org Avenue Q: School Edition 7pm

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Acoustic

FLAHERTY’S HONEOYE FALLS 60 W. Main St., Honeoye Falls, 497-7010 John Akers FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Acoustic Brew THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 El Ten Eleven w/ Slow Magic & Nude Pop 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Dan Schmitt & The Shadows THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 The Fakers LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 8:3010:30pm STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 The Bluesmasters 10pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Adam Hunter 7:30 & 10pm

Country

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Johnny Outlaw & The Johnson Creek Stranglers 8pm

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Flint Creek 9pm

Electronic

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 The Manhattan Project “Atomic Bomb Party” EP Release Show 8pm

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Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 -Ted McGraw 5:30pm -Rayce Malone & John Ryan 7pm

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello-Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 586-7000 Mark Cassara

Karaoke

OLYMPIA Spencerport Rd, Lyell Ave, Gates, 429-6231 Bobby C 9:30pm-1:30am SALVATORE’S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ Patsy the Karaoke Kid 9pm-12mid SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Latin

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Ache

Psychedelic/Pop-Rock

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Zombi Walri featuring Amos Rose & Sun People, Bogs Visionary Orchestra, Stephen Roessner, Stoney Lonesome & The House of Lights 9pm

Reggae/Rock & Jam

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 4/20 Bash w/ Buddhahood, Filthy McNastys, Extended Family & Hollands 6pm

Rock

COTTAGE HOTEL 1390 Pittsford-Mendon Rd., Mendon, 624-1390 The Chinchillas 9pm THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Ugly Junk DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Teagan & The Tweeds 10pm

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THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 A Taste of Evil w/ Chris Moore PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Me & The Boyz 10pm RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Inside Out 9:30pm SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Northside Johnny 10pm

CONCERTS

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 733-7685/ BrownPaperTickets.com The Joe Locke Group 8pm HONEOYE FALLS DISTRICT AUDITORIUM 619 Quaker Meeting House Rd, Honeoye Falls, www.hfccb.org Honeoye Falls Community Concert Band 25th Anniversary Celebration Concert 7pm HUNT/GRADFORD HOME 20 Windbourne Rd, heartlandconcerts.org “Heartland at Home” House Concert featuring Brian Peters 7pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Courtney Lewis, guest conductor; Corey Cerovsek, violin Beethoven’s “Eroica” 8pm

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DANCE

SUNY BROCKPORT Hartwell Dance Theater, 395-ARTS DANCE/Hartwell 7:30pm SUNY GENESEO Austin Theater, Brodie Hall, 2455878 Geneseo Dance Ensemble -Dancing Past to Present: Celebrating 45 Years 8pm

FESTIVAL

SIBLEY TOWER BUILDING 25 Franklin St, www.artawake.org ArtAwake Art & Music Festival 2pm12mid

KIDS

JCC HART THEATRE 1200 Edgewood Ave, jccrochester.org TYKEs (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy) presents: How I Became A Pirate 2pm NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live: Meet Brother Bear 11am-4pm

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CARRIE NATION & THE SPEAKEASY Wichita’s acoustic “brass ‘n’ grass” outfit, Carrie Nation & The Speakeasy brings its blend of punk, bluegrass, dixieland, and circus tunes to Abilene Bar & Lounge, April 23.

SHOWS

BOP SHOP RECORDS 1460 Monroe Ave, 271-3354 Record Store Day featuring performances by Wammo & The Swooners, The Buzzo All-Stars, Boyd Lee Dunlop, Natalie Quevedo & more open @ 9am BRADDOCK BAY PARK LODGE 199 East Manitou Rd, Greece, BOP-LIVE/bbrr.org Braddock Bay Raptor Research Bird of Prey Days DIPLOMAT BANQUET CENTER 1956 Lyell Ave, 482-3641 Brownfest ’13 w/ Guests Greg Little & Reggie Langhorne 6pm GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE & MUSEUM Flint Hill Rd, Mumford, 538-6822 Antique Show & Sale 10am-4pm HAMLIN BEACH STATE PARK AREA 3 Lake Ontario Pkwy, Hamlin, 9642462 Earth Day at the Park 9am-3pm HOUSE OF GUITARS 645 Titus Ave, 544-3500 Record Store Day w/ performances by Mitch Jones, The Capitals, I Can’t Stop Wondering, Mark Malsegna, Smith & Williams, Uncle Rog, Tabs, Bad Taste, The Beatles & more 9am-9pm LAKE ONTARIO WINE TRAIL WINERIES lakeontariowinetrail.com/315-5898861 Roll Out the Barrel Wine Tasting Event 10am-5pm MIRACLE VALLEY DELIVERANCE CENTER 1713 Lyell Ave, 319-7036 Family & Friends Remembering Victims of Violence featuring music by The Gospel Pearls, The Gospel Crusaders & more 5pm RECORD ARCHIVE 33 1/3 Rockwood St, 244-1210 Record Store Day w/ performances by the Pick Pockets, The Seabreezers, Anonymous Willpower, The Fox Sisters, Hollands, The Isotopes RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Our Home Planet 12noon-4pm

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Saturday Sun, Moon & Stars 11am -Face of Earth 1pm -Amazing Journeys 2:30pm & 4:30pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm -Radiohead Laser 9:30pm ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 549-6008 Cirque Zuma Zuma 7:30pm SENECA PARK ZOO 2222 St Paul St, www. senecaparkzoo.org Party for the Planet & Go Green! Recycle Rally 10am-4pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Pawtucket Red Sox 1:05pm BOXING U-Prep Charter School, 189 Raines Park, 752-2621 Niagara District Junior Olympic Boxing Tournament 1:30pm HOCKEY Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Sq, 855-GO-AMERKS Rochester Amerks vs. Hamilton 7:05pm ORIENTEERING Black Creek Park, roc. us.orienteering.org Rochester Orienteering Club Meet 10am-2pm start THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, fingerlakescasino.com Post Time 1:10pm TIMBERSPORTS CMAC Parking Lot, Lakeshore Dr. & Lincoln Hill Rd, Canandaigua, 785-1623 Northeast Collegiate Woodsmen Conclave 8am-3pm WALK/RUN Cottone Auction House, 120 Court St, Geneseo, www.gastro.urmc.edu URMC’s Strollin’ for the Colon 5K Walk/Run 10am *registration opens @ 8:30am

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THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 2 & 8pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 520-2940 Hourglass Play Reading Series: Time Stands Still 3pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 8pm BLACK SHEEP THEATRE Village Gate, 274 N. Goodman St, 861-9816 Vincent 7:30pm BROCKPORT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 92 Main st, Brockport 637-4240 The BUM Players present: Duck Hunter Shoots Angel 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash 3 & 8pm GENEVA COMMUNITY CENTER 160 Carter Rd, Geneva, www. gtglive.org Geneva Theatre Guild presents: Over the River and Through the Woods 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -The Whipping Man 4 & 8:30pm -No Child ... (The Nextstage) 8pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players present: Measure for Measure 8pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth Dept. of Theatre Arts presents: The Threepenny Opera 8pm SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 45 Prince St, sotarochester.org Avenue Q: School Edition 2 & 7pm

SUNDAY APRIL

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CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Archimedes w/ John Valenti, Bogs Visionary Orchestra & The Sleep Soundlies 8pm

Blues

SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 The Reinhardts featuring Ron LoCurto 6-10pm

Celtic

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Dave North 7-11pm

Irish

Karaoke

WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Rock

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Hurt w/ Smile Empty Soul, Sun Sky & Surface 7:30pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Springer 4-10pm PINEAPPLE JACK’S 485 Spencerport Rd, 247-JACK “Dawn Rising: Friends in Support of a Healing Musician” featuring Bar Stars, Joe Brucato, Perfect World Reunion, Jeff Cosco’s Banditos & An All-Star Jam 4pm-til

Show

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Benefit for Al & Pauline Kerstein w/ music by the Ruckus Juice Jug Stompers & The LPs 2-6pm

CONCERTS

BAPTIST TEMPLE 1101 Clover St, 266-7030 The Adams Opera Singers -Selections from “Cosi Fan Tutti” 2:30pm GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale: Yung-Yung Elsa Lee, piano 3pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-2100 RPO Sunday Matinee: Beethoven and the Making of Genius 2pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 -“Going for Baroque” Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm -“Third Sunday Concert” featuring Organist Michel Bouvard 5:30pm ST JOHN FISHER COLLEGE Cleary Auditorium, 3690 East Ave, irishchildrensprogram.com Irish Children’s Program Benefit Concert & Silent Auction featuring The Dady Brothers, Everheart, Wingin’ it, Bob’s Brothers Band & The Dustmen 12:30pm SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5824 Geneseo Spectrum Women’s Ensemble with Concentus - “Sing in the Spring” 3pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Lower Strong Auditorium, 2759898 UR Wind Symphony 3pm

DANCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allens Creek Rd, cdrochester. org English Country Dance w/ music by Barb Seppeler 6:30-9:30pm

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Sean Gavin & Jesse Smith 8pm

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April 17 - May 1, 2013 FREETIME SUNY GENESEO Austin Theater, Brodie Hall, 245-5878 Geneseo Dance Ensemble -Dancing Past to Present: Celebrating 45 Years 2pm TANGO CAFE DANCE STUDIO 389 Gregory St, 271-4930 / tangocafedance.com Live Music/Tap Dance Jam Session 2-4:30pm

KIDS

JCC HART THEATRE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000/ TykesTheatre.org TYKEs (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy) presents: How I Became A Pirate 11am & 2pm NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live: Meet Brother Bear 12noon-4pm

SHOWS

BRADDOCK BAY PARK LODGE 199 East Manitou Rd, Greece, BOP-LIVE/bbrr.org Braddock Bay Raptor Research Bird of Prey Days LAKE ONTARIO WINE TRAIL WINERIES lakeontariowinetrail.com/315-5898861 Roll Out the Barrel Wine Tasting Event 10am-5pm RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Our Home Planet 12noon-4pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 3pm

SPORTS

ARENA FOOTBALL Gordon Field House, RIT Campus, www.roccitythunder.com Roc City Thunder vs. Albany Fightinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Irish 3:30pm BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Pawtucket Red Sox 1:05pm BOXING U-Prep Charter School, 189 Raines Park, 752-2621 Niagara District Junior Olympic Boxing Tournament 10am

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 1 & 6:30pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 2pm BLACK SHEEP THEATRE Village Gate, 274 N. Goodman St, 861-9816 Vincent 2pm *followed by reception & discussion with the artistic company DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash 3pm

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 Song Man, Dance Man 3pm

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Alternative

Genesee Valley Park @ Round House Pavilion

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Lazer/Wulf w/ Manray & Chaos Came to Be 7:30pm

Americana

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Watkins & The Rapiers 7:30-9:30pm

Blues

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Harvey Mandel & The Snakecrew 8pm

Irish

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels 6-9pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Open Mic

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Open Mic w/ Dave McGrath 7pm

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POMODORO 1290 University Ave., 586-7000 Jim Nugent Trio

SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com 10pm-2am

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Exodus 7:30pm

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Open Mic Night 8:30pm

Open Jam

THE LANDING BAR & GRILLE 30 Village Landing, Fairport, 4257490 Tuesday Night Open Rockin’ Jam 8:30pm

DANCE

EDGERTON COMMUNITY CENTER 41 Backus St, cityofrochester.gov/ ballroomdanceseries Stardust Ballroom Dance Series w/ music by Joe Pera 7:30pm

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

SPORTS

SHOW

FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 220 S. Winton Rd South, www. Greentopiafest.com/FILM Earth Day Screening: Bidder 70 9pm RECORD ARCHIVE 33 1/3 Rockwood St, 244-1210 Book Signing with The Doors’ John Densmore 5pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Pawtucket Red Sox 7:05pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 935-5252 Post Time 1:10pm

TUESDAY APRIL

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CLUBS

Acoustic

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 7-10pm

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 935-5252 Post Time 1:10pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Green Dreams w/ Chica & The Wolves, TBA 8pm

Americana/Punk

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Carrie Nation & The Speakeasy 8:30pm

Bluegrass

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 String Theory 8pm

Blues

P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Pro Blues Jam w/ The Rochester Blues Revue 8pm-12mid

Comedy

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Open Mic Comedy Night 8pm

Jazz

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Charlie Mitchell Group 8-10pm

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THEATRE

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 7:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players present: William Shakespeare’s 449th Birthday Celebration/MUCCC Fundraiser 7:30pm

WEDNESDAY APRIL

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CLUBS

Acoustic

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Alternative

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Ladies on The Lake w/ DJ Z10

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Metal

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Beyond Dishonor 6:30pm

Poetry

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry Reading 7-10pm

Rock

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 The Mid-Card 9pm QUAKER STEAK AND LUBE 2205 Buffalo Rd, 697-9464 Bike Night w/ Dog House 6pm

CONCERTS

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 “Live from Hochstein” Concert & Broadcast featuring Michael Landrum, piano; Brittany Walk, soprano 12:10-12:50pm RIT Ingle Auditorium, Student Alumni Union, 475-5210 The Rod Blumenau Quartet w/ Guest Doug Stone - “Old Wine, New Bottles Arranging 101” 8pm SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5824 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra feat. Jonathan Gonder, piano; Pamela Kurau, soprano 8pm

DANCE

ROGER ROBACH COMMUNITY CENTER Ontario Beach Park, Lake & Beach Aves, 865-3320 Big Band Dance featuring the Johnny Matt Band w/ The Al Bruno Trio & Tom Monte 6-9pm

SHOWS

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Crazy Spirit w/ Glam, Una Bestia Incontrolable, Bad Taste 8pm

FLCC HONORS HOUSE 4340 Lakeshore Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1367 FLCC Faculty Reading 7pm

Americana

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Amy Lavere w/ Savannah King 8:30pm

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Karaoke

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THEATRE

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 7:30pm

THURSDAY APRIL

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ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Nick Lynch

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Luther w/ Glocca Morra, Keeler & Hideout 7pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Nightfall DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 John Payton Project 9pm

Blues/Rock

TAPAS 177 177 St. Paul St., 262-2090 Significant Other 8pm

NTID PANARA THEATRE, RIT Campus, 475-6254/rit.edu/ NTID/theatre NTID Performing Arts presents: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 7:30pm

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Open Mic 8pm-1am

U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Strong Auditorium, 275-4088 International Theatre Program presents: The Glass Menagerie 8pm

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Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Marianne Sierk 7:30pm

Country/Blues

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Country Meets The Bluesâ&#x20AC;? Alysia Groth Band w/ Natalie B Band

Dance

TAPAS 177 177 St. Paul St, 262-2090 Salsa Lessons 9:30pm

Hip Hop

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Chris Webby w/ Jamie Drastik & Apache Chief 7:30pm

Honky Tonk

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Peewee Moore & Band 8:30pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Djangoners 7:30-9:30pm MONROEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 3001 Monroe Ave, 348-9103 Mike Kaupa, Jazz Duets 6-10pm

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MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players present: Measure for Measure 8pm

Open Mic

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Open Mic w/ Mark Herrman

POPULAR & TRENDY

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 7:30pm *Sign Interpreted

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Blue Point Food & Beer Pairing 5-9pm LOVINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Proceeds for Preemiesâ&#x20AC;? March of Dimes Fundraiser w/ Amanda Lee Peers, Teressa Wilcox, The Lonely Ones 6pm SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com â&#x20AC;&#x153;Geeks Who Drinkâ&#x20AC;? Trivia Night 9-11pm

CONCERTS

FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Room B355 3325 Marvin Sands Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1623 Composers Forum 7pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 Hochstein â&#x20AC;&#x153;Spotlight on Facultyâ&#x20AC;? Concert: â&#x20AC;&#x153;More Jazz It Up!â&#x20AC;? 7pm ST JOHN FISHER COLLEGE 3690 East Ave, 385-8005 Phillip Phillips w/ Gin Wigmore 8:30pm SUNY BROCKPORT Edwards Hall, Blue Room, 395-ARTS Brockport Symphony Orchestra 7:30pm

DANCE

COVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1124 Culver Rd, www. RochesterContra.com Contra Dance w/ music by Montage 8-11pm

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

THEATRE

BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash (preview) 7pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET AT WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Place, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women (preview) 7pm

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FRIDAY APRIL

26

CLUBS

Acoustic

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Jumbo Shrimp 9pm TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Jeff Martin 6-10pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 -Lindsay Mazza 5pm -Green Jelly w/ Garden Fresh, Burndweller & Chillum 8pm CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Intrinsic, Goron, Fever to Rise

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Ezra & The Storm THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 Eric & The Bluesbirds DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Mitty & The Followers 10pm THE LANDING 30 Village Landing, Fairport, 4257490 Mama Hart Band 10pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 671-9080 Marianne Sierk 7:30 & 10pm

Country

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 292-5544 Closing Time 8:30pm

Folk Rock/Punk

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Tim Avram w/ Hieronymous Bogs

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April 17 - May 1, 2013 FREETIME

TAYLOR’S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 “PTF: 17 Years & Counting” Prime Time Funk Anniversary Show w/ Todd East 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 -Carin’s Pride - Open Session 6-8pm -Trace Wilkins & Ken Snyder 8pm

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello & Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Madeline Forster 7:30-9:30pm POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 586-7000 Swooners

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9am-1am SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Summer Bob

R&B

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Mojo Monkeyz 5pm

Reggae

FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 / The FirehouseSaloon.com Noble Vibes 8pm FAIRPORT HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 1358 Ayrault Rd, Fairport, 234-2585 John Brown’s Body Big Upstate Reggae Festival w/ Dub Trio, Nevergreen, Among Criminals, Axis Armada 9pm

Rock

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com -Todd Bradley 6-9pm -Mr. Mustard - Beatles Tribute 9pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Taran 10pm RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 CD Release & Listening Party w/ Violet Mary & Special Guests 7pm THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Divided By Zero 10pm

CONCERTS

BOP SHOP RECORDS 1460 Monroe Ave, 271-3354 Joel Harrison w/ Steve Greene & Dave Arenius 9pm

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, injuredmarinesfund.org Family & Friends for Freedom Fund Benefit Concert featuring Gene Ferrari & The Roger Eckers Orchestra w/ The Natalie B Band 8pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra - “Sondheim & Bernstein on Broadway” 8pm

JOEL HARRISON

APRIL 26

Funk/Jazz

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Bop Shop Records on Monroe Avenue hosts a performance by guitarist/vocalist and composer, Joel Harrison, April 26.

FESTIVAL

CAYUGA LAKE WINE TRAIL Wineries, 800-684-5217/ cayugawinetrail.com Wine & Herb Festival 1-5pm

SHOWS

GREATER CANANDAIGUA CIVIC CENTER 250 N. Bloomfield Rd, Canandaigua, springtimeincanandaigua.com Springtime in Canandaigua Arts & Crafts Market 3-7pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 4pm

SPORTS

ARENA FOOTBALL Gordon Field House, RIT Campus, www.roccitythunder.com Roc City Thunder vs. Lancaster Lightning 7:30pm

THEATRE

BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 8pm BLACK SHEEP THEATRE Village Gate, 274 N. Goodman St, 861-9816 Vincent 7:30pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St (at Monroe Ave.), 271-5523 No Word in Guyanese for Me 8pm BROCKPORT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 92 Main st, Brockport 637-4240 The BUM Players present: Duck Hunter Shoots Angel 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women (Preview) 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 8pm ITALIAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY CENTER Manitou Rd @ Frank DiMino Way, 594-8882 Gates Community Theater & IACC present: A Night of Cabaret 7:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players present: Measure for Measure 8pm

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NTID PANARA THEATRE, RIT Campus, 475-6254/rit.edu/ NTID/theatre NTID Performing Arts presents: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 7:30pm SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 45 Prince St, 324-3535 Avenue Q: School Edition 7pm SUNY BROCKPORT Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage, 395-ARTS The Fox on The Fairway 7:30pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 International Theatre Program presents: The Glass Menagerie 8pm

SATURDAY APRIL

27

CLUBS

Acoustic

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 “Lovin’ Cup Unplugged” featuring Laura Pfleuger 6-8pm THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 -Earth Water: Poetry Reading w/ John Roche & TBA 4pm -Trash Wave Review Volume III: Pink Elephant, Handsome Jack, Abandoned Buildings Club, Clockmen & Heatseeker 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 John Weyl & Deep Blue THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Imaginary Blues Band DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Joe Beard 10pm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 8:3010:30pm

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Blues/Roots

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Ten Foot Polecats -CD Release Party 9:30pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Marianne Sierk 7:30 & 10pm

Country

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Double Cross/Rebel’s Posse 9pm SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Zac Brown Tribute Band 10pm

DJ

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Chill Music w/ DJ Tom DeBlase

Folk Rock/Punk

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Tim Avram w/ Kyro DaGrate 9pm

Funk/Hip Hop

RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 AudioInflux 9:30pm

Irish

BARRY’S OLD SCHOOL IRISH PUB 2 W. Main St, Webster, 535-4258 Peg Dolan & “The Fiddler” 7pm

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello-Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm

Karaoke

OLYMPIA Spencerport Rd, Lyell Ave, Gates, 429-6231 Bobby C 9:30pm-1:30am SALVATORE’S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ Patsy the Karaoke Kid 9pm-12mid SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

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38 FREETIME April 17 - May 1, 2013

When you text a driver, you take their eyes off the road for as long as it takes to drive the length of a football field at 55 mph; F.Y.I. that’s

Rockabilly

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Rockabilly Rumble: Krypton 88 & Andy Riot & The Sockhoppers 9pm

CONCERTS

FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE, AUDITORIUM 3325 Marvin Sands Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1623 Finger Lakes Chorale: Mozart’s “Requiem” 7pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra - “Sondheim & Bernstein on Broadway” 8pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 232-3221 Bassnectar w/ Griz, Thriftworks 7pm ROCHESTER CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 2750 Atlantic Ave, Penfield, www. goldenlink.org Victoria Vox w/ The Rochester Ukulele Orchestra 7:30pm

SECONDS* Visit URthatDistracting.org to see how you can help end distracted driving.

FESTIVAL

*SOURCE: DISTRACTION.GOV

CAYUGA LAKE WINE TRAIL Wineries, 800-684-5217/ cayugawinetrail.com Wine & Herb Festival 10am-6pm

APRIL 27

MGMT

Latin

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Tony Padilla & Guest

Metal

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Nasty Trast, Blanco Diablo, Enchanter, Bitter Locks 8pm

Post Hardcore/Techno THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Define Normal 6:30pm

Rock

THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 GatorFace

Anticipating a June release for their self-titled third album, alt-rockers, MGMT are hitting the road, and bring their spring tour to SUNY Geneseo’s Kuhl Gym, April 27.

FLAHERTY’S HONEOYE FALLS 60 W. Main St., Honeoye Falls, 497-7010 Virgil Cain JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Smooth Talkers 8pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Audibull NOLA’S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 Download 9pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Brass Taxi 10pm-2am THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Octane 9:30pm

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SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 866-355LIVE “An Evening of Brass & Guitars” featuring The Eastman Guitar Quartet & U of R Brass Choir 7pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Best of the Brick Weekend 11am-4pm

SHOWS

GREATER CANANDAIGUA CIVIC CENTER 250 N. Bloomfield Rd, Canandaigua, springtimeincanandaigua.com Springtime in Canandaigua Arts & Crafts Market 10am-5pm MCC THEATRE, BUILDING 4 Brighton Campus, 1000 E Henrietta Rd, 292-2534 Scholars’ Day with Guest Speaker Robert Ballard 1pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900/ slowartday.com Slow Art Day 11am-1pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Saturday Sun, Moon & Stars 11am -Face of Earth 1pm -Amazing Journeys 2:30pm & 4:30pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm -Radiohead Laser 9:30pm VIGNELLI CENTER FOR DESIGN Studies at RIT, 73 Lomb Memorial Dr, sewnseeds.com Peppermint Sewn Seeds Debut Runaway Show 4:30pm

www.FREETIME.com•

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Buffalo Bisons 1:05pm HIKING RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Identification Series Walk-Part One: Early Spring Wildflowers 10am12noon SOCCER Sahlen’s Stadium, 460 Oak St, ussoccer.com Western NY Flash Home Opener vs. Boston Breakers 7:35pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 935-5252 Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 8pm BLACK SHEEP THEATRE Village Gate, 274 N. Goodman St, 861-9816 Vincent 7:30pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St (at Monroe Ave.), 271-5523 No Word in Guyanese for Me 8pm BROCKPORT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 92 Main st, Brockport 637-4240 The BUM Players present: Duck Hunter Shoots Angel 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash 3 & 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women (Preview) 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 4 & 8:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players present: Measure for Measure 8pm NTID PANARA THEATRE, RIT Campus, 475-6254/rit.edu/ NTID/theatre NTID Performing Arts presents: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 7:30pm SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 45 Prince St, 324-3535 Avenue Q: School Edition 2 & 7pm SUNY BROCKPORT Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage, 395-ARTS The Fox on The Fairway 7:30pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 International Theatre Program presents: The Glass Menagerie 8pm

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April 17 - May 1, 2013 FREETIME

SUNDAY APRIL

28

CLUBS

A Cappella

LOVINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Cut Off A Cappella CD Release Show 4pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Generationals w/ Brass Bed 8pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Pam Werts presents Comedy with Curves 7:30pm

Irish

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Traditional Irish Music Session 5pm

Karaoke

WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Metal

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Fear Factory w/ Hate Eternal 6:30pm

Rock

PELICANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Catch 22 4-10pm

CONCERTS

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, www.rtosonline.org Rochester Theater Organ Society â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pops on Pipesâ&#x20AC;? Concert featuring Chris Elliott 2:30pm CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 31 Center St, Geneseo, 245-5824 Geneseo Festival Chorus & Chamber Orchestra - John Rutterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Requiemâ&#x20AC;? 3pm FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Room B355 3325 Marvin Sands Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1623 Finger Lakes Chorale: Mozartâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Requiemâ&#x20AC;? 3pm GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale: Eastman School Vocal Students 3pm KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 -Links Scholarship Concert featuring Keenan McKoy, saxophone 3pm -Mu Phi Epsilon Concert 7pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Going for Baroqueâ&#x20AC;? Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm

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RIT CAMPUS Gordon Field House, 475-4121 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis 8pm ST. MICHAELâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CHURCH 869 N. Clinton Ave, 274-1110 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Eastman at St. Michaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sâ&#x20AC;? featuring Friends of Eastman Opera Competition Winners 2:30pm SUNY GENESEO Kuhl Gym, saticketoffice.geneseo.edu MGMT 7pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Strong Auditorium, 275-2828 Rock Repertory Ensemble 7pm

DANCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allens Creek Rd, cdrochester.org English Country Dance w/ music by Barb Seppeler & Friends 6:30-9:30pm RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Culture & Community Sunday featuring Bhangra Dance 2-3pm

FESTIVAL

CAYUGA LAKE WINE TRAIL Wineries, 800-684-5217/ cayugawinetrail.com Wine & Herb Festival 10am-6pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Best of the Brick Weekend 1-4pm

SHOWS

ARTISANWORKS 565 Blossom Rd, www.thergmc.org Spring Fling: 30 Years of Song - Rochester Gay Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chorus Fundraiser 4-8pm GREATER CANANDAIGUA CIVIC CENTER 250 N. Bloomfield Rd, Canandaigua, springtimeincanandaigua.com Springtime in Canandaigua Arts & Crafts Market 10am-5pm HYATT REGENCY HOTEL 125 E. Main St, 309-3239/ ROCtheRunaway.eventbrite.com ROC The Runaway Fashion Show 7pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100/ rochestermusic.org/tickets Rochester Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Musical Gala 7pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 3pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Buffalo Bisons 1:05pm

THEATRE

BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St (at Monroe Ave.), 271-5523 No Word in Guyanese for Me 2pm

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Grab A Bit

CELEBRATING â&#x2DC;&#x2026; 25 â&#x2DC;&#x2026; YEARS!

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Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner To Eat After Th e Movie! Early Bird Specials Full Service Bar Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Saturday 8am-9pm â&#x20AC;˘Â Sunday 8am-1pm Comfortable Atmosphere, Friendly Service

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Conveniently located near Tinseltown Theatre DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash 3pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women 3pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 2pm (Sunday Salon) & 7pm NTID PANARA THEATRE, RIT Campus, 475-6254/rit.edu/ NTID/theatre NTID Performing Arts presents: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 2pm SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 45 Prince St, 324-3535 Avenue Q: School Edition 5pm SUNY BROCKPORT Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage, 395-ARTS The Fox on The Fairway 2pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 International Theatre Program presents: The Glass Menagerie 3pm

MONDAY APRIL

29

CLUBS

Americana

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Watkins & The Rapiers 7:30-9:30pm

Irish

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels 6-9pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

www.FREETIME.comâ&#x20AC;˘

CONCERT

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 World Music Series: Gamelan Lila Muni 8pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Buffalo Bisons 7:05pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 935-5252 Post Time 1:10pm

TUESDAY APRIL

30

CLUBS

Acoustic

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Don Christiano - The Beatles Unplugged w/ Special Guest Bob Martin 8-10pm THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 7-10pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Lazio Hollyfield w/ B.C. Likes You! & Wisdom Kids 8pm

Bluegrass

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 String Theory 8pm

Blues

P.I.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Pro Blues Jam w/ The Rochester Blues Revue 8pm-12mid

Comedy

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Open Mic Comedy Night 8pm

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40 FREETIME April 17 - May 1, 2013

$!7.2)3).': friends in support of a healing musician

APRIL 21, 2013 4:00–Until

Pineapple Jack’s Route 31 In Gates a special benefit featuring

•BAR STARS • JOE BRUCATO •PERFECT WORLD REUNION •JEFF COSCO’S BANDITOS •AN ALL-STAR JAM & LOTS OF RAFFLES! special thanks to our many sponsors, including the house of guitars, cadence music, livonia music supply, golden memories bus tours

Jazz

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Charlie Mitchell Group 8-10pm

Karaoke

SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com 10pm-2am

Open Mic

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Open Mic Night 8:30pm

Open Jam

THE LANDING BAR & GRILLE 30 Village Landing, Fairport, 425-7490 Tuesday Night Open Rockin’ Jam 8:30pm

CONCERTS

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Collegium Musicum 8pm

MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, afterdarkpresents.com All Time Low & Pierce The Veil w/ Mayday Parade, You Me at Six 5:30pm

KIDS

SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 866-355-LIVE Kid Power’s Operation Lunch Line 3D 10am & 7pm

SHOWS

MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8950/ mag.rochester.edu/news/ alternative Alternative Music Film Series Kickoff Event w/Live Music by China Crisis 6:30pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Buffalo Bisons 11:35am THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 935-5252 Post Time 1:10pm

WEDNESDAY MAY

1

CLUBS

Acoustic

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

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Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Fevertones w/ Routine Involvements & TBA 8pm

DJ

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Ladies on The Lake w/ DJ Z10 10pm2am

Jazz

POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 586-7000 Higher Standards

Karaoke

CENTER CAFE 150 Frank DiMino Way, off Manitou Rd, 594-8882 Italian American Karaoke w/ DJ Sal DeSantis 7:30-11pm THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Open Jam

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Abilene Pro-Am Jam hosted by Chris “Hollywood” English 9:30pm

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Poetry

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry Reading 7-10pm

CONCERTS

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Wind Ensemble 8pm

MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 232-3221 Insane Clown Posse - The Mighty Death Pop! Tour 7:30pm

DANCE

ROGER ROBACH COMMUNITY CENTER Ontario Beach Park, Lake & Beach Aves, 865-3320 Big Band Dance featuring the Jack Allen w/ The Al Bruno Trio & Tom Monte 6-9pm

SPORTS

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