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  • Attractions

    Friday Night Laughs
    Tralf Music HallSeptember 12, 2014 10:00 PM
    622 Main Street
    Buffalo, NY 14202
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    Tropical Heat
    Alleyway TheatreSeptember 12, 2014 7:30 PM
    1 Curtain Up Alley
    Buffalo, NY 14202
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    Hello Again
    American Repertory Theater of WNYSeptember 12, 2014 7:00 PM
    16 Linwood Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14209
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    Neil Sedaka
    Niagara Fallsview Casino ResortSeptember 12, 2014 9:00 PM
    6380 Fallsview Boulevard
    Niagara Falls, ON L2G 7X5
    The product of a Turkish father and a Russian-Polish mother, Neil Sedaka was born in New York and raised in the city's perennially ethnic Brighton Beach neighborhood. After demonstrating a high level of musical aptitude in his second grade choir class, his teachers told his parents of his knack for musical inclination, prompting his mother to purchase an upright piano for her young son. Sedaka learned quickly and soon won a scholarship to the Juilliard School of Music's Preparatory Division for Children. Though Sedaka's mother had dreams of her son becoming a well known, classically trained pianist, he was discovering the new sounds of pop music and composing music that clearly reflected this. Soon, after meting up with other musicians, Sedaka was writing songs that were receiving a good amount of attention from commercial audiences in the late 1950s. Although, Sedaka's fan base started to wain after the British invasion of the 1960s changed the musical landscape. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Sedaka updated his sound and won over a wide swath of fans. It has been decades since Sedaka first emerged with his early songs in the 1950s, but with a characteristic style and wholesome image, Sedaka has managed to remain a figure who's forever affixed to the American pop music scene.
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    Hollywood Logan's Legendary Drifters (Two Shows!)
    The ForvmSeptember 12, 2014 6:00 PM
    4224 Maple Road
    Buffalo, NY 14226
    The Legendary Drifters have been hailed as the best of its genre on the music scene today! They reflect the entire Legendary Drifters presence in the music industry, and weave a blend of nostalgic magic with on-stage excitement.

    The Legendary Drifters story began with their first Atlantic Records recording "Money Honey" in 1953. From 1959 through 1964, The Legendary Drifters made musical history, setting musical trends for the nation and the world to follow! In 1959, The Legendary Drifters presented their first million record seller, "There Goes My Baby," which was followed by the two-sided Smash hits "Dance with Me" and "True Love." January, 1960, saw The Legendary Drifters hit the charts with the fantastic sounds of "This Magic Moment." In the summer of this same, everyone was humming and singing the song that would become The Legendary Drifters second million record seller "Save the Last Dance for Me."

    "Some Kind of Wonderful" and "Up on the Roof," on the same album, became their third million record sellers with the exciting follow-up "On Broadway."

    The group's fourth million record seller, "Under the Boardwalk," was followed by "Sand in My Shoes" and Saturday Night at the Movies!"

    The Legend continues today, as the group is now headed by the sweet tenor voice of Lee Logan. Lee has had the pleasure of singing with the legendary original Legendary Drifters for almost 40 years and has traveled the world over singing these timeless hits!

    Logan is joined by Yohan Harbin, Jerry Hendrix and Ed Collins and together they have formed one great team, vowing to never let the magic die! Come and share the most electrifying experience in the entertainment world today, enjoying rave reviews worldwide.

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    Hollywood Logan's Legendary Drifters (Two Shows!)
    The ForvmSeptember 12, 2014 9:00 PM
    4224 Maple Road
    Buffalo, NY 14226
    The Legendary Drifters have been hailed as the best of its genre on the music scene today! They reflect the entire Legendary Drifters presence in the music industry, and weave a blend of nostalgic magic with on-stage excitement.

    The Legendary Drifters story began with their first Atlantic Records recording "Money Honey" in 1953. From 1959 through 1964, The Legendary Drifters made musical history, setting musical trends for the nation and the world to follow! In 1959, The Legendary Drifters presented their first million record seller, "There Goes My Baby," which was followed by the two-sided Smash hits "Dance with Me" and "True Love." January, 1960, saw The Legendary Drifters hit the charts with the fantastic sounds of "This Magic Moment." In the summer of this same, everyone was humming and singing the song that would become The Legendary Drifters second million record seller "Save the Last Dance for Me."

    "Some Kind of Wonderful" and "Up on the Roof," on the same album, became their third million record sellers with the exciting follow-up "On Broadway."

    The group's fourth million record seller, "Under the Boardwalk," was followed by "Sand in My Shoes" and Saturday Night at the Movies!"

    The Legend continues today, as the group is now headed by the sweet tenor voice of Lee Logan. Lee has had the pleasure of singing with the legendary original Legendary Drifters for almost 40 years and has traveled the world over singing these timeless hits!

    Logan is joined by Yohan Harbin, Jerry Hendrix and Ed Collins and together they have formed one great team, vowing to never let the magic die! Come and share the most electrifying experience in the entertainment world today, enjoying rave reviews worldwide.

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