bluefrogcoffee (bluefrogcoffee) wrote in suny_cortland,

What's to come...

February is in full swing and we've had some excellent shows at The Blue Frog Coffeehouse! Below is the schedule for the rest of February- there's plenty of musical variety this month at the Coffeehouse. There's also more marvelous music to come in March- including Sam Shaber, Mieka Pauley, Candyfloss, Adrianne, Tom Fury, Ice Cream Social, the Bicycats, and Five 2 (to name a few...all of whom have myspace pages- check them out through our friends page!) There will also be a Cortland Writers Association Open Mic. Much to come, and in many different flavors. See you there!

Friday, February 17, 8pm- Joe Delaney & Harvey Nusbaum
- Joe plays fiddle and mandolin and Harvey Nusbaum
plays guitar- Drawing from Celtic music, American
traditional fiddling, contra dance tradition and the

Saturday, February 18, 8pm- Stevie D. & Gabe Cummins-
Singing, playing guitar, and playing keyboards for
nearly 20 years he has performed in clubs, cafes, and
concert halls with musicians and bands of many styles.
Daniels, aka "Stevie D.," has performed with the
sidemen of Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman,
Chuck Mangione, Doc Severonson, Ray Charles, BB King,
Paul Simon, and Billy Joel-just to name a few. or

Friday, February 24, 8pm- The Final Note- The Final
Note plays a wide array of instruments and cites
influences in rock, blues, funk, country, and jazz.
Their repretoire includes songs such as "Summertime"
by the Gershwin Brothers, "I Wish" by Stevie Wonder,
"All Along The Watchtower" by Bob Dylan, and a killer
bluegrass version of the Pink Floyd classic, "Another
Brick in the Wall Parts 1, 2, and 3". They also pen
their own originals, which reflects the stlyes of
their influences.

Satuday, February 25, 8pm- NeidFyre- A solo artist
with international flair, NeidFyre serenades with
Scottish, Irish, English and Russian folk songs. A
Long Island transplant to Upstate, NY, NeidFyre plays
traditional tunes on fiddle, sings with a genuine
passion. She infuses vivacity and sheer joy in her
love of music. or

Sunday, February 26, 1-5pm- Classical Music Festival-

EVERY THURSDAY, 7-10pm- Open Mic with Skott- Bring
your instrument. Bring your will to perform. Bring
your friends. Have fun!

also- The Cortland Main Street Concert Series
celebrates Mardi Gras (Tuesday, February 28th)@
Lucky's, 77 Main Street, starting at 6pm- featuring
Hall Pass and Bayou Highway-
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