This week we’re celebrating Buffalo’s music scene to get in the spirit of Music is Art, the nonprofit started by a member of one famous Buffalo-based band. When you think of music and entertainment in Buffalo, you can’t not think about the Theatre District, or its centerpiece: Shea’s Performing Arts Center. Shea was a super busy guy who seriously LOVED entertainment. If you’re not driving, take a sip for every theatre of his that Haley mentions in this episode.
TL;DL: Everything burns down *fire emoji*. Also we don’t know how to pronounce vaudeville.
Photo credit: Shea’s Performing Arts Center
Music: “Low Bridge” by the Rust Belt Brigade
If you’re listening on the day of the release, RBB plays Music is Art TOMORROW (Saturday, 9/8) on the main stage at 3!
Beer drank: Full-Stack IIPA by SingleCut Beersmiths
Become a patron! It could only cost you $1 a month, and it goes towards our beer funds as well as our ability to up our production value, and also we’d really love you for it! You’ll get your name said on the podcast and get exclusive access to unedited episodes and more fun extras!
Join our new Facebook group! If you “like” the post we put up on Monday, you could win tickets to the Buffalo History Museum’s Party on the Portico on September 21st!
“The Wonder of it All” by Arlan Peters