Now, Fox is using his skills to hustle for other musicians. Since then, the venue has expanded its offerings from weekend shows to music and promotions nearly every night of the week. He has also been hosting an open mic there every Wednesday, where he and a small group help back up-and-coming singers and instrumentalists looking to show off for three or four songs. More Info: , www. At the time it was all white lights, on all the time — now I bring the house lights all the way down.
Fox uses sales skills to find musicians, promote open mic
Sly Fox and the Hustlers - Band in Albany NY - ceao.info
High energy live shows and songs performed with passion by their dynamic front man Sly Fox have helped the band to build a buzz throughout the Northeast. The band has released two full-length albums and a live EP: "Live at the Egg", and will be at work on a fourth project this winter. The NY based band was formed in when Sly Fox's longtime friend and musical partner, the Anti-Records recording artist Sean Rowe took a leave from rock and roll to focus on performing solo. At the same time, Sly had been writing songs to help work through a difficult time in his life, and was becoming an engaging singer. Shortly after Sean went solo, I had been going through some tough times which had inspired me to write several new songs and they were just so personal that I felt I had to sing them to get the feeling and emotion across. So, I became a singer out of necessity, and those songs became my first album, 'The Low Life'", says Sly. The band will continue to call New York their home as they tour throughout the United States in and
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We all wore our uniform of jeans and t-shirts, ordered a draft beer, and settled in for a boring and predictable night of music with one eye on the hockey game on TV above the bar. There is inspired art that is traditional and derivative. Technology offers us this historically unique ability to listen to and watch B. Our ability to hear traditional styles of music used to be dependent on the guitar player from our town or neighborhood learning the music from an elder.