Rush the Growler

Friday, January 20, 2017- The Buffalo Irish Center  

...The night that we chose not to play at Trump's inauguration ceremonies in order to play at the Buffalo Irish Center instead.

Friday, March 17, 2017- The Hyatt Regency, Buffalo NY

... St. Patrick's Day and other March Madness at the Hyatt Regency atrium.  Thanks to Mark Percy and Jeffrey Lampke for the pictures.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017- The West Seneca Historical Society

... performing selections from our Civil War CD, "A Song for Our Own," in order to tell the story of the 154th New York Volunteer Infantry.  This meeting of the West Seneca Historical Society was held at the West Seneca Senior Center.

Wednesday, June 21- Erie Canal Debate, Buffalo Historical Museum

Re-enactors portraying early political leaders debated whether the planned Erie Canal should have its western terminus in the village of Buffalo or Black Rock.  We played Erie Canal songs in the gorgeous lobby before the program, and were asked to play a few from the stage area before the program began.

Thanks to our friends at the Black Rock Historical Society who hosted this event and posted many of these pictures.

Saturday, July 22- Hodfest.

Hodfest seemed dead for a couple of years, but like the giant Fingal, it was only sleeping until it was needed again.  We were proud to be the opening band for this year's revival of the traditions of the Rockalllian Hodtoters,  "Let the seagulls rise..."

Sunday, August 20th- Buffalo Niagara Scottish Festival

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