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The Wellsville Creative Arts Center has developed its venue into a true music lovers destination for both audience and performers. We offer a friendly listening atmosphere where the music always comes first. Come join us for “A Night at The Arts Center” featuring live performances from top regional and national recording artists. Enjoy a special night of great music with good friends in a relaxed and comfortable setting. Bring the whole family, everyone’s invited….


*All Arts Center Members receive discounts on events including live music, classes, workshops and demonstrations.
   



   
Big Leg Emma
Friday - October 24, 2014
8:00PM (doors open at 6:00PM)


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Hailing from Western New York, Big Leg Emma has infused high-quality, original, Americana roots rock with the magic and art of the Jam band realm. BLE is based on traditional folk, bluegrass and country. This gives them the catchy, dance vibe that initially will attract you. But, once you are there, and their jamming explodes through the dance vibe, they begin to take you on a musical journey with their psychedelic side. Through juggling band members, and growing into their musical skin, the new Big Leg Emma has emerged into a winding powerhouse that is creating a musical addiction to those who see them…needing to come back for more and more. Throw in some thought-provoking mystical songwriting and phenomenal harmonies and you have an incredible musical force to be reckoned with which is BLE. Big Leg Emma was born in 2001 in Jamestown, NY, and has been on many roads before leading to their current band. Long-time friends & musical partners Steve Johnson and Charity Nuse started the band, and have been a constant. Kev Rowe joined the band as lead guitar bringing an eclectic tasteful sound to Emma. After their rebirth in 2012, they added Corey Kertzie (drums) who drove the band to an even higher level with his energy and groove. Mix that with the band’s newest member, Miguel Morales (bass guitar), and you have yourself a rhythm section driving the music like a freight train. It’s this process of finding the perfect members aligned with their quest for this to be their time. Big Leg Emma has performed in many major music festivals: Finger Lakes Grassroots Music Festival, Great Blue Heron Music Festival, Bliss Festival, Silver Maple Music Fest and many others. The band has shared the stage with Rusted Root, Little Feat, Del McCoury, 10,000 Maniacs, Max Creek and Hot Tuna to name a few. They have performed in over 25 states from NY to Colorado and all the way down to the Florida Keys and Punta Cana.

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Bruce Katz Band
Saturday - November 01, 2014
8:00PM (doors open at 6:00PM)


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The Bruce Katz Band is an original, very exciting group of musicians that combine blues, “soul-jazz” and New Orleans-inspired roots music. Based in Woodstock, NY, Bruce Katz occupies a unique space where blues and the many aspects of Americana music collide into a style of original music all his own. The band has a trademark sound, blending the B3 organ and guitar.

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Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Iron
Saturday - November 15, 2014
8:00PM (doors open at 6:00PM)


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Nearly a decade after folk-rock duo Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion put out their first album together, the husband-and-wife pair feel like they’ve finally hit their stride on Wassaic Way, a collection of 11 new songs released in 2013 on Rte 8 Records. Produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and Patrick Sansone at the Loft in Chicago, Wassaic Way finds Guthrie and Irion pushing further beyond the folky sound they established on 2005’s Exploration, their first studio LP. After Irion’s solo album Ex Tempore in 2007, the live album Folksong in 2009 and the children’s collection Go Waggaloo in 2009, the pair began expanding their sonic horizons on 2011’s Bright Examples, an album that drew praise from American Songwriter magazine for its “lush, dreamy sound.”

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Caroline Rose
Saturday - December 13, 2014
8:00PM (doors open at 6:00PM)


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A self-proclaimed “failed scholar and modern-day hobo,” 24 year-old Caroline Rose has broken her long string of short circuits with a live-wire national debut, I Will Not Be Afraid (August 19th / Little Hi! Records) that draws on her roots in rockabilly, vintage country, and blues to capture her unique and distinctive vision. Written and arranged by Rose and co-produced with multi-instrumentalist Jer Coons (with Pat Melvin on bass), I Will Not Be Afraid chronicles Caroline’s wandering years; a disillusioned youth constantly demanding freedom and the most from life. Raised in the Northeast (and currently living in her van), Rose is a rare mix of Northern grit and Southern charm whose musical influences trace back to her family’s Southern roots, running deep into the heart of Mississippi. “You can hear my history in the music,” Rose says. “It’s a bit rough around the edges, a bit wild, but American music through and through.”

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