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Ellicottville Entertainment February 15-21, 2013

The Depot

There will be continual ski flicks on the big-screens at the Depot. Chris “Moose” Brown promises nothing but the best classic ski videos, because the Depot “works hard to keep the ART in PARTY”!

Friday, Feb. 15

Gin Mill, 9 p.m.

Big Leg Emma’s 

Steve & Charity

Returning to the Friday night slot here, roots/bluegrass/country duo Steve & Charity play and sing a high-energy mix of originals and covers. Acoustic guitar, mandolin, and a little Djembe thrown in for a solid rhythmic bottom, along with great vocals and harmonies will keep your toes tappin’.

 

Balloons, 7 p.m.

The A-List

The Niagara Falls area’s favorite band plays fun dance music and favorite hit songs from many eras and styles.

 

Saturday, Feb. 16

Gin Mill, 9 p.m.

3 Easy Pieces

This trio is an extension of Thursday’s Freddie & Rod show. With bassist Jeff Johnson energizing the bottom end, they do a mix of classic and modern rock and old and new country hits as well. Between the three of them, they have about 75 years of live performing experience, but they don’t sound old-fashioned. Give them a listen.

 

Balloons, 6 p.m.

The Strangers

All your classic rock and party hits in one great band. These Buffalo area musicians are no strangers to Ellicottville and will play all the tunes that will get you partying and get you up to dance.

 

Sunday, Feb. 17

Gin Mill, 8 p.m.

2 Guys Drinkin’ Beer

Ron and Terry are back again with their unique takes on all of your classic favorites. Frontman Ron has great interplay with the audience, so you’ll really feel you’ve been entertained. Great music from two great guys drinkin’ beer!

Balloons, 2 p.m.

Victor Wainwright & The

WildRoots

Georgia-born Victor Wainwright started playing piano at a very young age and eventually migrated to Memphis, where he honed his blues craft. Along with his powerhouse backing band, The WildRoots, his downhome Southern-style piano blues will keep your feet stompin’.

 

Monday, Feb. 18

Gin Mill, 6 p.m.

Homemade Jam

A great way to round out your President’s Day holiday is to come on down to the Gin Mill and sample some Homemade Jam. This easy-listening quartet presents a nice mix of standards, oldies, country and bluegrass, and features the pleasant vocal prowess of Liz “Red Door” Boberg. A great early evening treat for all.

 

Tuesday, Feb. 19

Gin Mill, 7 p.m.

A Touch of Gray

“Red” Gray and John Grey (different spellings…and no relation) play a nice laid-back acoustic vibe of just about any genre of music, mostly Southern rock, country and blues. I’ve played with both of these guys many times in different bands, any they never fail to surprise…no fixed set list here…just spontaneous musical enjoyment.

 

Wednesday, Feb. 20

Gin Mill, 8 p.m.    

Joe Wagner N’ Friends

Wednesday wouldn’t be Wednesday without Joe, and those great Gin Mill wings. His laid back acoustic style, punctuated with harmonica solos and helped out by percussionist Freddie Joseph, has kept locals and guests happy musically for almost THREE decades. Keep it up, Joe!

 

Thursday, Feb. 21

Gin Mill, 8 p.m.

Freddie N’ Tuck

Start your lead-in to the weekend with the classic acoustic renderings of all your favorites, peppered with a steady, unobtrusive backbeat of drums and bongos, and you have all the ingredients for a great time. Freddie & Rod play for YOU every Thursday night.

 

The Pub – Great Valley

9 p.m. 

DJ Felony

One of the area’s top entertainers (he doesn’t just stand there like a human jukebox), DJ Felony has a light show, trivia, karaoke, and great music.

 

Madigan’s, 9:30 p.m.

Party Squad

Every Thursday night during ski season, Madigan’s hosts THE premier party band in WNY. Dave Elder & Co. keep the party going no matter how cold or snowy, and they always come through with great tunes and great times.

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