Thursday, 01 May 2014 19:52

Matt Catingub re: Big Band Salute

It's a "Big Band Salute with Matt Catingub" and swing into spring at Kleinhans Music Hall, Saturday evening at 8:00 at Kleinhans Music Hall.  WNED's Peter Hall spoke with the conductor, arranger, saxophonist, vocalist, and more!

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Description: Wine Tour for Two: Any Sunday, May thru September.

Arrowhead Spring Vineyard: 4746 Lockport Town Line Rd, Lockport, NY 14094

 

Arrowhead Spring Vineyards is a small family winery on the Niagara Wine Trail (USA), with a focus on quality fruits and quality wines. Their wines are crafted by hand in small lots to ensure the best wine is made. 

 

Take a guided tour of the vineyard and learn about their organic growing methods. Next, enter the cool, underground barrel room and taste the wines as they are developing in wine barrels. Learn about barrel aging and blending by blending barrel samples. Finish with a taste of completed wines along with artisan cheese in their scenic tasting room. Leave with a keepsake glass and a wonderful memory of an enjoyable, educational wine experience!

Tuesday, 29 April 2014 13:05

James Cotton: Cotton Mouth Man CD

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World-renowned blues harp icon is joined by special guests Gregg Allman, Joe Bonamassa, Ruthie Foster, Delbert McClinton, Warren Haynes and Keb Mo for a joyous collection of raucous boogies, sunny country blues and brash Chicago shuffles inspired by Cotton's colorful and sometime perilous life.  Eleven fresh new songs, including "Bonnie Blue," which features a rare Cotton vocal performance.  

 

 

1 Cotton Mouth Man (feat. Joe Bonamassa)

2 Midnight Train (feat. Gregg Allman)

3 Mississippi Mud (feat. Keb Mo)

4 He Was There

5 Something For Me (feat. Warren Haynes)

6 Wrapped Around My Heart (feat. Ruthie Foster)

7 Saint On Sunday

8 Hard Sometimes (feat. Delbert McClinton)

9 Young Bold Women

10 Bird Nest On The Ground

11 Wasn't My Time To Go (feat. Keb Mo)

12 Blues Is Good For You

13 Bonnie Blue

After eight years as Concertmaster of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Michael Ludwig is leaving at the end of this season to pursue an exclusive solo career.  Actually, he's the soloist this weekend at Kleinhans and a few days ago he spoke with WNED's Peter Hall about the history of the Korngold Violin Concerto (remember Heifetz?) and his own musical legacy (which goes back to the teacher of Heifetz, Leopold Auer)!

It's a matter of physics, says violist Janz Castelo, the Artistic Director of the Buffalo Chamber Players.  It's all about listening, says Erin Freeman, Music Director of the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus.  Both organizations team up for "War and Peace: A Concert for Hope" at Westminster Presbyterian Church Friday, April 11th at 8pm.  Janz and Erin tell WNED's Peter Hall how different performing groups can work together.