NU Live Music Series: The Bruce Wojick Band with special guest Darryl Tonemah
- March 18, 2011
- "Under the Taps" Club - Gallagher Center
- Admission is $5 at the door and includes free pizza. Refreshments are also available.
Bruce Wojick, a five-time winner of the Buffalo Music Award for Best Original Guitarist, has strummed for local bands like God’s Children, Klear, Powertrain, Brothers of Invention, Strictly Hip, 53 Days and The Jeremy Hoyle Band. To NU, Wojick will bring his latest bandmates to perform tunes from his back catalog as well as a mix of new songs. For more information, visit www.myspace.com/brucewojick.
Darryl Tonemah is one of the fastest rising musicians in the Native American community. Catching on with mainstream listeners in the U.S. and Canada as well, he has performed at the 2002 Winter Olympics, on national television and live on NPR radio. Additionally, Tonemah has recorded five albums, which have been nominated for several Native American Music Awards including Outstanding Musical Performance, Best Male Artist, Best Album - Country or Folk and Songwriter of the Year. A singer/songwriter in the purist sense, Tonemah combines the energy of rock, the intelligence of folk and the heart of country to create a musical niche he calls “Native Americana.”