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Who’s Playing Where – Live Local Utica Entertainment Lineup (Sep 18- Sep 22)

Summer’s over, at least as far as a gigging musician is concerned. Some of us are still freezing our asses off at outdoor gigs but it’s largely time to bring the show indoors! Each week local bands and artists are showcasing their talents and engaging in a friendly competition for your attention and if you’d like to know where your favorites are or want to mix it up, here’s the list of the area’s club listings for the week of September 18th – September 22nd:

 

photo: Duane Isenberg (Gridley Paige)

WESDNESDAY, September 18th

Gridley Paige – Quaker Steak & Lube, Syracuse. 6p-9p


 

photo: Jamie Thiessen (Mojo & The Pros)

THURSDAY, September 19th

DVD the Band – Oneida Savings Bank, Griffiss Park. 4-7p

Mojo & The Professionals – Leopard Lounge, Turningstone. 9p-1a

Gridley Paige – The Gig, Turning Stone Casino. 930p-130a


 

Facebook / The Last Left

FRIDAY, September 20th

Last Left – Cavallo’s, New Hartford. 8p

Mojo & The Professionals – Leopard Lounge, Turningstone. 10p-2a

DVD the Band – Delta Lake Inn, Rome. 6p

Hot Roxx – Shots, Varick St. 9p

Fulton Chain Gang – Cross Lake Marina, 9p

Gridley Paige (unplugged) – MVCC, Rome Campus. 8p


 

Photo: Michele Prebis (Raised On Radio)

SATURDAY, September 21st

Bridseed Bandits – Unity Hall, Clayville

W.A.N.T.E.D. – JAKS, Barneveld. 930p-130a

Mojo & The Professionals – Leopard Lounge, Turningstone. 10p-2a

Raised On Radio – O’Malley’s, Interlaken. 8p-12a

DVD the Band – Teugega Country Club, Rome. 6p

Steve Laureti – TS Steakhouse, Turningstone. 6p

Fulton Chain Gang – Vernon Downs Racino, 8p

Gridley Paige (trio) – Cavallo’s, New Hartford. 9p-1a


 

SUNDAY, September 22nd

 


 

This list is by no means an extensive or complete list and if you’d like your club or band to be listed here each week, click the link below to submit your PUBLIC dates!

Email me your listings by clicking HERE!

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