Girls Gone Mild
Area residents who attend episode No. 27 of “Rolling Hills Radio” will be treated to a rare performance by a group comprised of four local female musicians.
Girls Gone Mild, which is a project featuring: Mary Ramsey, vocalist and violinist of 10,000 Maniacs; Alison Pipitone, singer, songwriter and guitarist for the Alison Pipitone Band; Theresa Quinn, pianist and organist; and Susan Rozler, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist; is set to perform eight tunes during the Thursday, Nov. 21, recording of “Rolling Hills Radio.”
According to Ken Hardley, show host, this kind of show, which will feature for individually talented women, doesn’t happen very often.
“These are some very high profile musicians from our area,” Hardley said. “To actually have them working together is really something. Further than that, to bring them to our town to put on this kind of a show is really quite a privilege.”
The group brings a range of genres together to find a common sound in its original tunes, including influences such as: folk, rock, blues and jazz. But, Girls Gone Mild also covers deep album cuts from a number of the members’ favorite artists.
“They can play almost any genre, but they blend together very well,” Hardley said. “This will definitely be a very unique night of entertainment. I’m sure the people are going to be entertained from the time the tape begins rolling to the end of the show.”
For more information, visit www.girls-gone-mild.com or search for “Girls Gone Mild” on Facebook.
The Thursday, Nov. 21, show will be located at The Reg Studio Theater, 108 E. Third St. in Jamestown. Tickets are available at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts box office by calling 484-7070, online at www.reglenna.com or at the door while they last. Before the show begins, a happy hour will be held. Following the performance, a meet and greet will be held at the studio theater. The show will be rebroadcast on WRFA-LP on Thursday, Nov. 28, at 7 p.m.
For more information, search for “Rolling Hills Radio” on Facebook, or visit www.wrfalp.com/show/rolling-hills-radio to purchase tickets, stream WRFA’s broadcast debut of each show and listen to previous performances.
As per usual, here are the highlights and happenings going on in the area.
Dark Star Orchestra To Appear At Reg Lenna Civic Center Friday: A new collaboration between Southern Tier Brewing Company and the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts is set to bring Dark Star Orchestra to Jamestown.
Dark Star Orchestra will appear at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts on Friday at 7 p.m. The event is the first show in the new Southern Tier Brewing Company “Live Series,” and a special brew will be tapped at the event before the show.
Tickets, which are $35, are available at The Reg box office by calling 484-7070 or online at www.reglenna.com. The Reg Lenna Center for the Arts is located at 116 E. Third St. in Jamestown. For more information, visit www.darkstarorchestra.net.
Comedy at JSBA Continues Friday Night: The Jamestown Savings Bank Arena is set to host another evening of the Wits n’ Giggles: Friday Night Comedy Series. This week’s edition of Wits n’ Giggles will feature John Evans and Matt Light.
Evans, the headliner, began his career in Tulsa in 1996. He became a club favorite at ACME Comedy Club in Minneapolis before moving to Los Angeles. He has now opened for comedians such as George Carlin, Dave Chapelle, Mitch Hedberg and Lewis Black. He has also made appearances on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.” Light, a Pittsburgh native, will open for Evans.
The show will take place in the upstairs Arena Club from 8-10 p.m. Tickets are $10 presale and $12 the day of the show. They are available at the JSBA Box Office, 319 W. Third St. in Jamestown, by phone at 484-2624 or at www.jamestownarena.com.
For more information search for “Jamestown Savings Bank Arena” on Facebook or follow on Twitter.
Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony To Perform Friday And Saturday: The Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony is set to open its 27th season with two chambers performances by the advances string players.
The youth symphony will perform on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Chautauqua Mall in Lakewood, followed by a 10:30 a.m. Saturday performance at the chapel on the Lutheran campus, 715 Falconer St. in Jamestown. The events are held in preparation of the full chamber concert set for Sunday, Nov. 24, at 7 p.m. at the Ss. Peter And Paul Church, 508 Cherry St. in Jamestown.
For more information, call 664-2465, ext. 202, or visit www.cryouthsymphony.com.
Jim Croce Tribute Band To Perform At Spire Theater Saturday: John Reno and Eric Ellis are set to perform a tribute to Jim Croce at the Spire Theater on Saturday at 8 p.m.
The show is set to feature several of Croce’s hits, such as “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown,” “Operator,” “Workin’ at the Car Wash Blues” and others. For more information, visit www.jimcrocetribute.com.
The Spire Theater is located at 317 E. Third St. in Jamestown. For more information, call 450-7357 or visit www.spiretheater.org.
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Blue Grass Jam: 7-10 p.m., Celoron Legion, 26 Jackson Ave. in Celoron.
Barbara Jean Trio: 7:30-10:30 p.m., Celoron Legion, 26 Jackson Ave. in Celoron.
Center Stage Karaoke: 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., Murdock’s, 104 E. Main St. in Sherman.
Grand Larseny: 8 p.m., Chautauqua Suites, 215 W. Lake Road (Route 394) in Mayville.
Doc And Bill: 6 p.m., The Corner Coffeehouse, 54 W. Main St. in Frewsburg.
Sammy Slicker Band: 8-11 p.m., Celoron Legion, 26 Jackson Ave. in Celoron.
Pressure Sensitive: 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., Murdock’s, 104 E. Main St. in Sherman.
Buck Wild: 9:30 p.m., Fountain Bowl, 3316 Fluvanna Ave. in Jamestown.