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John has been with Letizia & the Z Band for 7 years. John has played in the Syracuse area music scene for 3 decades. He has played and recorded with the likes of Riff Raff, Drastics, Dream Machine, Penny Pullus, Kim Fetters and Benny Mardones. He has the timing all drummers dream of. John is known thoughout this region for his talents. His versatility and feel for his craft is why he is the perfect fit for the Z Band. He can play any style, which allows Letizia and the band to be the diverse group that they are, playing songs from the 40's right through to today.
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Ron Wray's reputation for documenting the greatest music to come out of Syracuse goes back . He started keeping records in 1968, the first "History of Syracuse Music" album debuted two years later, and more than a dozen volumes have been produced in the decades since. Ron's website has 128 chapters of information devoted to the Syracuse music scene, dating back to the 1800s.
Gorham Brothers Music opened it's doors in December 2011 at 118 Seeley Road, Syracuse, NY.
Brother's Gorham have been involved in the Syracuse music scene for over a decade playing in bands, touring nationally, and buying and selling musical equipment. After losing some favorite music stores in the area, they set out to create a store that embodied all the things they love about the stores that they've been to locally, as well as across the country; affordable, vintage, and hard to find mountainous amounts of gear you can plug in, play, and shred on for as long as you want. The Syracuse music scene has the chops to make these songs memorable all over again. The Beatles gave the world soft songs, melodic songs, fast songs, edgy songs. The Central New York musicians were ready for it all. Syracuse New Times Sammys 2007 Award Winners
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Thanks to all those who came out and supported the Syracuse music scene this weekend at the annual Syracuse New Times Sammys award show. We're proud to announce the winners for this year's round of awards. Awards were selected by an independent panel of judges from the Le Moyne College music department lead by Andrew Russo, head of the department.
Ace, Andy and James hit the road this weekend to play dates in East Syracuse (Greenwood Winery) and Hamilton, New York (Good Nature Brewery). The guys are very excited to get out in support of Day Dawns Clear hitting iTunes and Amazon in March. They will be joined by Syracuse’s own Robyn Stockdale for the appearance at Greenwood Winery (4/17). Robyn has been performing in the Syracuse music scene for over 15 years and is currently co-creator and performer in Syracuse’s popular ‘Vinyl – Albums Live’ series.