“I grew up in the 70s surrounded by great music. I wanted to be like that. I wanted to play guitar. I got a paper route to save up enough money to get a guitar and an amp from the Sears Catalog. Then I started a band with friends.”
Greg’s flashlight beam slowly crept down the cave wall, lighting 100 million years of geology at a time. At one point, he extinguished all the lights in the cave, revealing the blackest darkness we’d ever seen. We couldn’t see our hands in front of our faces. The lights came back on, and the kids’ eyes were wide with wonder.
13 is an unlucky number, but for the ten-track, self-titled NeoRhythms album, this doesn’t hold true. Stephen Lalama began tracking the music he wrote for the album in 2003; thirteen years later, he’s releasing it.
Bob Sanborn sings and plays guitar, bass, mandolin, harmonica, and percussion with the groups Driven by Rhythm, Colby Kent and the Stompin’ Ground, and the Parks and Kleist Band. He is an English instructor at Rochester Community and Technical College. What sparked your interest in music? Hearing The Beatles on the radio, and then hearing […]
Rochester has either changed a lot in the 20 years I’ve lived here, or I’ve opened my mind more to the areas activities.
“Down on the Corner,” “Bad Moon Rising,” “Proud Mary,” “Green River,” “Up Around the Bend,” “Lookin’ out My Back Door,” and “Fortunate Son” all were major hits in 1969-1970 — and that’s just for starters.
“We just get out there and play the heck out of these songs every night,” said Stu Cook, Creedence Cearwater Revisited’s bassist.
Two Gold Rush shows arrive this weekend, and they have plenty of antiques and treasures waiting for you to find. The editors of 507 share their stories about why they love the Gold Rush.