This website is a catalog of information about local musicians, venues, teachers, shops and services, etc. Why? Because Ithaca is a great city, and there is a lot of great live music in this area.
Milkweed is a group from Binghamton's tightly-knit folk scene. Their love for each other permeates their songs and drifts into the crowd, who lose themselves in the group's intricately orchestrated original songs.
I-100 has a program called "Homemade Jam" that features local music.
105 Bank St Newfield, NY
The secret to a good music recording is, and always has been a good performance. Helping you capture a good performance is what I do best here at Wilburland.
Jeff Howell began his bass playing career as a teenager in upstate New York. He played in several bands throughout the years, including Foghat, The Outlaws, The Cats, as well as writing and recording his own music.
Events: Who's playing? Where? and When?
There isn't any comprehensive list of upcoming music events. Here are some tips to find out the "where and when":
- If you have a specific musician or venue in mind, find their page on this site, and then go to their respective Facebook pages for primary source info. Be sure to "Like" their pages.
- Check out WVBR's Concert Log calendar.
- Evensi seems to be an aggregator of localized Facebook event data that you may find useful.
- "Dan Smalls Presents" books a few different venues in Ithaca, and they have a calendar on their site.
- For punk, metal, hip-hop, hardcore music, check out Ithaca Underground.
- For folk/acoustic music, The Canaan Institute is the best resource I've found. They have a comprehensive calendar, e-mail newsletter, discussion forums, and tons of other useful content.
- IthacaEvents.com has some live music event listings as well.
- Ithaca Times Events Calendar
I'll post more links to calendars as I discover them.