The Leftover Cuties, who will be performing in Rochester at Thursdays on First & 3rd on July 18, released a new single, "One Heart" this week. If you're a fan of Jolie Holland or Zooey Deschanel, you'll want to check this out.
— Jeff Pieters
"Venus and Mars" "Rock Show" "Jet" "Let Me Roll It" "Spirits of Ancient Egypt" "Medicine Jar" "Maybe I'm Amazed" "Call Me Back Again" "Lady Madonna" "The Long and Winding Road" "Live and Let Die" "Picasso's Last Words (Drink to Me)" "Richard Cory" "Bluebird" "I've Just Seen a Face" "Blackbird" "Yesterday" "You Gave Me the Answer" "Magneto and Titanium Man" "Go Now" "My Love" "Listen to What the Man Said" "Let 'Em In" "Time to Hide" "Silly Love Songs" "Beware My Love" "Letting Go" "Band on the Run" "Hi, Hi, Hi" "Soily"
Chris Miksanek, The Med City Movie Guy
Mitchel "Moxie" Paulson, a Rochester-based rapper, got word Tuesday that he gets to open for Coolio when the iconic rapper performs in Rochester.
Coolio of "Gangsta's Paradise" and "Fantastic Voyage" fame will headline a night of hip hop music Friday at Whiskey Bones Roadhouse, 3820 N. Hwy. 63. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Paulson, who was interviewed by the Post-Bulletin about his views on Coolio's impact on the genre, said that he was surprised that the world renown rapper was performing here. His surprise was even greater when he found out he'll get to share a stage with the rapper who introduced Moxie to the genre.
"Still pretty stunned to share a stage with Coolio on Friday night," Paulson tweeted, "#grammy #hugeopportunity "nosweat"
The Czech Heritage Partnership is proud to announce that on April 15, 2012 at 2:00 PM in St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Spillville, Iowa a concert that has been under development for over a year will be presented by acclaimed faculty members of the Luther College (Decorah, IA) music department.
What better place to experience the genius of Antonín Dvorak’s Quintet for Piano and Strings in A Major, Op. 81, than in Spillville, Iowa, the village where Dvorak spent the summer of 1893, and in St. Wenceslaus Church (the oldest Czech Catholic Church in America) where he attended and played mass nearly every day he was here.
NoTrace, a hip hop artist and songwriter from Rochester, just released his debut album "Heavy Heart" on his own label, NTE Music Group.
NoTrace is described as having an aggressive and unique sound with a deep voice. His style is a mid-west with some southern influence.
The singles "Wont Change My Love," "Hit It Off," "Let Do Us" Feat. Kriss Liss and "Set You Free" are available on iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon and many more digital music stores.
Listen to "Won't Chang My Love' and "Who I Am" here
Warrant will headline a week of entertainment at Rochesterfest. The band, best known for its hits "Cherry Pie" and "Heaven" released a new album last month.
Here's a video of behind the scenes in the making of "Rockaholic."
And check out their official website at www.warrantrocks.com