Tell me why people go to venues with live music playing when all they want to do is yak and cackle the night away? Go to Starbucks for heaven's sake.
I went to The Little Theatre Cafe (a very nice venue) to see The White Hots--this week's incarnation included Ted Mosher on bass, Paul Gaspar on trumpet and piano, Bill Blind on drums, Tom Hanney on harmonica, Steve Greene (in his Birkies) on guitar and the ever lovely Tina Albright on vocals. A wonderfully talented group of musicians well worth seeing even if slightly muddied by the presence of the "Coffee-Klatch Six" in the back and my talking table-mate (didn't know her, but her mouth never stopped). I managed to restrain myself from standing up and screaming, "WILL YOU BE QUIET!" when Tina sang my request--The White Hots' version of Folsom Prison Blues. The White Hots are jazz jewels, and you should not miss them. Look on their website (to which I have a link for your convenience) to see their gig schedule. There are several opportunities to see them; they are not to be missed.
This weekend, Frontline is at the Village Rock Cafe in East Rochester at 10:00pm. Check them out!
yours in music,