Thursday, September 22, 2011

rochester musician and west virginia recording artist sing at your supper in angelica

            Black-Eyed Susan Acoustic Café ,22 W. Main St., Angelica, NY, will ring out with the classical and jazz-tinged acoustic instrumental guitar music of Rochester’s George Collichio on Friday, Sept 30th.    
On Saturday, October 1st, Marium Bria travels from West Virginia to perform her original folk and jazzy blues music on guitar and vocals. Both shows run from 7:30-9:30 p.m. There is no cover charge, but guests are expected to contribute to the musician’s tip jar. 

             On Friday, Sept 30th, the café presents George Collichio of Rochester, NY for an evening of instrumental folk jazz Latin and rock guitar music. George is a full time musician who both performs and teaches.  He owns the highly successful Collichio School of Music, with two Rochester locations and more than 225 students.
            George is a fan of master guitarists Phil Keaggy and Frank Gambale.  His own music has been heard on tours across the US and Italy, and he has made nine recordings.  "His style is a combination of classical, jazz, rock, blues and Spanish music and he brings integrity to his work that is refreshing."  - the staff at Rolltop Music.  Learn more at

            On Saturday, Oct 1st, West Virginia recording artist Marium Bria will grace the Music Room at Black-Eyed Susan.  Proprietor Don Ash says, “A performer's musical background is usually filled with a variety of very different sounds. Marium has been influenced by the rockers Led Zepplin and the jazz crooner Nat King Cole; by the southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd and the blues legend Etta James. Of course, Marium doesn't sound like any of these performers. She sounds like Marium.”
            Marium as been writing poetry since childhood and says it just ‘came together’ when she added music with her writing.  “Her sound is soft and evocative, her lyrics often reminiscent of days gone by and the innocence of love." The Daily Weaving .  Learn more at

For more information, please visit or phone 585-466-3399.

 Black-Eyed Susan Acoustic Café serves lunch seven days a week, and dinner with live music every Friday and Saturday evening. Located at 22 West Main Street in Angelica’s Park Circle National Historic District, the café seats 90 and is fully handicap-accessible, making it a perfect place for luncheons, showers, private dinners and other events. Food and beverage menus, wine lists and music schedules are posted on-line. For more information call 585-466-3399 or visit