bluefrogcoffee (bluefrogcoffee) wrote in suny_cortland,

March Music @ The Blue Frog Coffeehouse

Don't forget about the shows at The Blue Frog Coffeehouse this weekend!!!

Friday, February 24th, 8pm- The Final Note- SUNY Cortland band playing your favorites and originals!

Saturday, February 25th, 8pm- Neidfyre- Irish, Scottish, English, Russian Traditional Tunes on Fiddle and in Voice

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

In March 2006, The Blue Frog Coffeehouse proudly presents:

Friday, March 3rd, 8pm- Aaron Stanliulis (aka A-Stan)-
Aaron is a singer-songwriter who's re-emerging in the
music scene in Central/Upstate NY. His influences
include Stevie Wonder, John Mayer, John Legend, The
Honorary Title, Soulive, Charlie Hunter, Eric Krasno,
Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson, Ben Harper, Matt Nathanson-
basically- too many to name...

Saturday, March 4th, 8pm- Sam Shaber- $6
Touring from her native New York City to Seattle and
back again and again, Shaber has also won awards in
the John Lennon, Billboard, and USA Songwriting
Competitions for her driving melodies, smart lyrics,
and soaring voice. Recently, she also won the ear of
Columbia recording artist/producer Shawn Mullins
("Lullabye"), and the two set about making her latest
album, eighty numbered streets, released in 2003. The
first single, "All of This," about the simplicity and
complexity of life in New York City, reached ..1 on
the Quiznos Subs National In-Store Playlist, ("Well,
you never know what you're gonna get," quips Shaber,)
and both singles have placed on FMQB and the Hot AC

Friday, March 10th, 8pm- Mieka Pauley- $3
(rescheduled show from cancelled February 11th
Billboard Magazine compares her to "a young Sarah
McLachlan"; The Boston Globe thinks she's more
"Aretha", but anyone who's seen Mieka Pauley agrees on
one thing - the cafes and clubs of Cambridge, Mass.
have produced the voice of a new generation. Her roots
are the blues, classic soul, R&B, gospel and folk and
the result is a personal brand of pop music all her

Saturday, March 11th, 8pm- Candyfloss- $3
Known in the Cortland area and beyond for their jammed
out peformances, Candyfloss's influences include: CCR,
Pearl Jam, Radiohead, Wilco, Son Volt, Uncle Tupelo,
Neil Young (and Crazy Horse), Brad, Grateful Dead,
Ryan Adams, Flaming Lips, Cold Play, Sonic Youth,
Mudhoney, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Travis, Bright Eyes,
The Beatles, & Liz Phair.

Friday, March 17th, 8pm- Adrianne w/ Kyler England- $6
Adrianne is an award winning LA-based
singer-songwriter… a voice that is uniquely beautiful
and moving and songs that go straight for the truth
and will have you humming them in your head for days…
Singer-songwriter Kyler takes aim straight at the
heart as she wraps her sultry, molasses-thick voice
around memorable pop melodies and lyrics that are at
once raw, simple, and meaningful. "From the minute she
picks up her acoustic guitar and the first notes
escape her lips, the audience is drawn in and
captivated by her warmth and charm. Her songs mostly
deal with matters of life and love…transforming even
the darkest emotions into dazzling works of beauty and

Saturday, March 18th, 8pm- Cortland Writers
Association Open Mic- FREE- come and hear local
writers read their works!

Friday, March 24th, 8pm- Tom Fury- $3
Tom Fury is now a two-person project featuring the
sometimes insane, sporadically subdued, and always
flowing like a menstraul-cycle inside a vacuum-ish,
"smAth", with the help of the lovable yet
violent-when-drunk wonder, Thaddeus. The music runs
the gamut from gnarly buzz-saw guitars choking a
pretty, spacey melody to acoustic dreamscapes to
electronic music that doesn't fear the almighty
country cheese in the sky.

Saturday, March 25th, 8pm- Ice Cream Social
(w/guests)- $3
Ice Cream Social has the much sought after fibers of
cute and fun on its side. So much so that through the
months, cute, fun and ICS have battled the forces of
evil together. Ice Cream Social is not just a fun and
cute band however, they are also friends that love
creating music and will continue to do so forever,

Wednesday, March 29th, 7pm- Bicycats- $3
Zach The Shark, one half of the unusually talented duo
The Shoeshine Boys, takes songs that he wrote by his
lonesome and sings them at the same time he plays his
guitar, keyboard or ukulele. Instead of performing
simply as Zach The Shark, our hero of song goes under
the name 'The Bicycats' in the hope that he will one
day be joined by a talented group of musicians with
whom he can share the stage. His influences include:
Margo Guryan, Belle and Sebastian, Of Montreal, The
Beach Boys, & The Rutles
(this show will take place instead of wednesday

Friday, March 31st, 8pm- Five2- $3
Five2 formed naturally when three women—Uniit Carruyo
(vocals and guitar,) and sisters Charisse and Yvette
Lucente (vocals)—found rare musical chemistry and
forged an instant bond. Since their debut in Fall of
2003, this vocal trio has established a presence on
the Ithaca music scene, captivating listeners with
atmospheric harmonies and tranquil guitar melodies
that imbue contemporary folk music with classic
country and pop sensibilities.

There is a recommended $3 donation/fee for all shows
unless specified otherwise. The Blue Frog Coffeehouse
uses this $$ to compensate the musicians, encouraging
touring folks to bring their personal brand of music
and entertainment to you!!! Support independent music
and businesses!!!!

The Blue Frog Coffeehouse is located at 64 Main Street, Marketplace Mall, Cortland, NY 13045
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