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Bob PiorunSaturday, September 19th, 2009 at 8:00pm

BOB PIORUN AND “The Convertibles”

Veteran Central New York musician Bob Piorun discovering the great possibilities of the guitar synthesizer decided to form a band to utilize its potential. The guitar synth is able to duplicate the sounds of horns, keyboard and strings.With this in mind Bob first thought of Central New Yorks ?Queen of the Blues Queenie Anne Adessa. Queenie was one of the few singers around strong enough to balance out the powerful instrument. As a contrast and compliment to Annes vocals Bob has added the wonderful sound of vocalist Connie Patti
On Bass will be Shane Aaserud just 19 years old but one of the finest bass players in the area, excelling both on electric and upright bass.
Added to the mix is the powerful percussion ability of veteran drummer John Gagliano.
Last but not least on guitar Duke Shanahan one of the finest guitar stylists around . Duke is a veteran player whose has backed up some of the biggest names in Rock and Pop. The group will play a variety of styles from Blues to Rn B from Jazz to Pop and Country.
Wine/Beer Bar with proper ID

Auburn Public Theater
108 Genesee Street
Auburn, New York 13021
(315) 253-6669

General Information
info@auburnpublictheater.com

Artistic Producing Director: Angela Daddabbo
angela@auburnpublictheater.com

Managing Director: Carey Eidel
carey@auburnpublictheater.com

Acting Classes, Volunteer Co-ordinator , House Manager – Janie MicGlire
janie@auburnpublictheater.com

Construction/Physical Space: Brian Anderson
brian@auburnpublictheater.com

Art Galley Curator: Diane Bauso
diane@auburnpublictheater.com

Theater Rental: Carey Eidel
carey@auburnpublictheater.com

Posted: Thursday, September 3rd, 2009 @ 1:55 pm by Curt
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