Join us for a Bluegrass Jam with Brendan Gosson of Steel Guapo and friends.
Kennadee is a singer-songwriter/guitarist based out of Syracuse, NY. An Alabama native, she comes from a long line of musicians and at a very young age decidedly had similar goals and aspirations. Today you can catch her performing throughout Central NY in Rock & Blues band called The Measure as a singer-songwriter/guitarist.
Isreal Hagan has been the singer, bass player and leader of Syracuse R&B band Stroke for 29 years. In 2007, Hagan, 57, was inducted into the Syracuse Area Music Awards Hall of Fame.
GeriRig is a “lounge punk eclectic rock” band playing a unique blend of covers and originals — from pop to punk, alternative to classic, and garage to soul — all with our own twist. Join them in the Boneyard from 4-8pm.
Ménage A Soul is central NY high energy dance band including a blend of soulful vocals, a dynamic horn section, and a rock solid rhythm section! Join them in the Boneyard from 6-9:30pm.
The Jess Novak Band performs roots, blues, rock and soul. Jess Novak (violin, guitar, vocals, piano, looping) works with Mark Nanni (formerly of Los Blancos) on piano, organ, accordion and vocals; Byron Cage (Tommy Castro, Joe Louis Walker) on drums; Anthony Saturno (Atkins Riot) on guitar and Billy Harrison (Atkins Riot) on drums, guitar, vocals and beatboxing to create a powerhouse sound.
Ghost Town Ramblers is an Americana duo featuring Singer Songwriters Kay Miracle (Reckless Driving, Kay & the Miracle Cure) and Lou Kaplan (Mad Jack, Savoy Brown). Join them in the Boneyard from 6-9:30pm.
Stroke, Central New York’s premier R&B band, has received multiple Syracuse Area Music Awards over the years.
Started out on Elvis, moved to the Beatles and never looked back. 7 bands, 23 years on the road, 3 EP’s, 14 albums and 18 guitars (at the moment…) later, he’s finally getting it right with this band and this record.
Southy’s Keys are a guitar and piano duo, featuring vocalists Ben Shearer and Josh Southwick. They have an extensive repertoire of over 400 songs, including modern radio hits, rock, pop, country, blues, as well as originals compositions.
McArdell and Westers is Brian McArdell on rhythm guitar, lead vocals, and harmonica and Mark Westers on lead/rhythm guitar and vocals. Classic acoustic rock!
Jason Vaughn has been involved with the Syracuse music scene since the early 2000s. Vaughn fronted both The Last American Virgins and the Reissues and played the lead in the Syracuse production of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Lisa Lee’s sultry, soulful voice with dusky blues tonality and silky sweetness sets her apart from the rest and it shows in her performances. Lisa performs a wide variety of popular hits from several decades, mixing a variety of musical genres including Classic Rock, Modern Country, Classic Country, Oldies, Blues, Ballads, Pop, Jazz and more.
“Tori Higley with Blues in Mind” is a blend of talented friends and experienced musicians who have played for many years and will finally be performing on stage together! This group of energetic musicians is excited to be branching out in this new line up.
Join Anthony Saturno & Jamie Cunningham for an acoustic jam! Jamie is a solo rock n’ roller playing an assortment of instruments in what one would consider a typical rock band set up (drums, bass, two guitars, vocals and sometimes keys).
Syracuse’s own Shawn Tallet can be defined as one of these types, and through his dedication to his craft and meticulous playing, it’s easy to see. With a voice that sounds like a late-night, smoky bar, permeated by neon signs and fiery chops on the electric guitar, Shawn Tallet can captivate audiences and leave them hungry for more.
The acoustic duo of Joe Sweet and John Kelsey bring their act to the Dino tonight!
Steve Scuteri is an acoustic guitar player. He plays a variety of music including classic country, reggae, bluegrass, rock, and a lil’ hip hop.
Miss E. is a rock and roll wizard! Her guitar style is comparable to Hendrix, Clapton, and Santana, and vocally is comparable to Joplin, Etheridge, and Bonnie Raitt among others. Treat mom to a Mother’s Day brunch at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. There will be two seatings: 12pm-2pm & 3pm-5pm. For reservations please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 315.579.0400.
In Too Deep are bringing the funky roll to the Syracuse Dino! Come and get down to the R&B sounds of Stevie Wonder, James Brown, the Blues Brothers and more! They’ve got the tunes, rhythm, and horns to get you moving!
A Syracuse, NY based jam band whose sound seems to be constantly evolving. Sometimes strictly improvisation, sometimes electronic, dance, metal, jazz… but always trippy with a dose of in-the-moment flair.
U.N.I is made up of singers/songwriters/producers and engineers. Jay and Aisha both met in an after-school performing arts program and ever since have been writing, composing and performing for the past 8 years. They also work as a dynamic team that will stop at nothing to be the stars they are going to be!!
Big Ben & Friends will be performing a unique blend of classic rock, reggae, 90’s staples, and today’s innovative music on his 12-string guitar.
The Diana Jacobs Band delivers a unique combination of high-energy Classic R&B/Soul grooves and Retro-Soul originals. 2018 SAMMY award winner for Best R&B Recording.
Phil Petroff & Natural Fact is one of the best badass blues bands around. If you love guitar-driven blues, this is the band to see.
Rock Band from Syracuse, New York. Never stops adding flavor and spices into the music.
Inspired by Syracuse’s long history of the blues, Max and John carry on the tradition as one of the area’s foremost duo acts. Their use of the guitar, harmonica, piano, and vocals mix traditions from America’s roots. The result is a refreshing blend of blues, jazz, and funk. Both are native to the area where they currently live and perform. They have recently started playing with the great drummer Stephen Collie, who helps add a new level of energy to their shows.
PG Unplugged is Shawn Plourde and EJ Gridley, grabbing acoustic guitars and bringing you all your favorite rock hits of the 70s through today.
Rachel Beverly is a musician based in Cortland, NY, who brings her own approach to a wide variety of cover songs as well as original music ranging from pop to folk. Beverly’s pure yet gutsy vocals come from a heartfelt desire to bring her audience a fresh new twist to songs old and new.