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    Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood
    Center for the ArtsSeptember 26, 2014 8:00 PM
    103 Center for the Arts
    Buffalo, NY 14260
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    Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks
    O’Connell & CompanySeptember 26, 2014 7:30 PM
    4625 Harlem Road
    Snyder, NY 14226
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    Sparks The Rescue, Ionia, & Lakeview Drive w/ Worse Than Yesterday, Twin Lions, & Shane Jacob Philli
    The ForvmSeptember 26, 2014 6:00 PM
    4224 Maple Road
    Buffalo, NY 14226
    Social Justice and Peace is Shane Philips latest release in two years and is a departure from his last three albums that were rooted deeply in traditional soul. Searching for something more, Philips decided to immerse himself into a community of folk artists and was able to focus his songwriting around stories that spoke to his life growing in a farm town and countless other events that would eventually shape his life as he traveled around the world. Philips eventually found himself at a piano in Nashville Tennessee where his roots in soul finally found convergence with the narrative he was searching for in folk music. After the death of his father, Philips tumbled fast a furious into an abyss where he found himself heart broken from the breakup of a seven year relationship, bankrupt and in jail. The universe would eventually bale him out with a job that eventually proved more than a paycheck. It was the vocation of working with homeless youth not very much younger than him. Life experience would prove indispensable. Two years later Philips’ caught his wave to Africa where his travels would complete his father’s wish at the top of Kilimanjaro. Frostbite from that summit would not hold Philips back. He would return to North America with a sense of urgency. His music would have to be relevant to himself before anyone else. His Actions would have to speak louder than words. His “Walk For Water” would galvanize the spirit and at that moment Social Justice & Peace was born.Social Justice and Peace does what it says. It speaks to ideas that used to unite the world but now divide us. Philips with a voice truly beyond his years tells a story that music of today rarely talks about. His message asks us to look inward and act outward with the idea that love is the universal fabric that holds humanity together.Shane Philips has performed throughout Europe and North America with notable shows at the San Francisco Folk Festival, a guest singer with the Wooten Brothers in Nashville, TN and a participant on the NBC show "The Voice".
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    Holy War w/ On The Ropes, Misled + More
    The Bug JarSeptember 26, 2014 7:00 PM
    219 Monroe Avenue
    Rochester, NY 14607
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    Reggae Road Block, I-octane
    Main Street ArmorySeptember 26, 2014 10:00 PM
    900 East Main Street
    Rochester, NY 14605
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    Hello Again
    American Repertory Theater of WNYSeptember 26, 2014 7:00 PM
    16 Linwood Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14209
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