Thursday, April 7
In the Round: A Night of Songwriters featuring Claudia Hoyser, Fuzzy Thurston, Andrew Reimers, and Nicholas Brooks
7pm Doors, 8pm Show
Tickets: General Admission Seated tickets: $10, can be purchased on Eventbrite.com, or in person at the Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p).
Claudia Hoyser is a Country singer-songwriter from Western, New York. With her over 200 songs penned under her belt and an all original debut full length record, Claudia’s songwriting accolades include the 2019 Camping World theme “Roll Down The Road With You”, ESPN’s current theme for Reel Talk Radio “Catch Me a Winner” and four consecutive Music Row singles along with a nice handful of music placements in feature films. Claudia has upcoming shows with Toby Keith and Randy Houser and has supported Blake Shelton, Brantley Gilbert, Chase Rice, Carly Pearce and others including Miranda Lambert where she met Fuzzy and the Rustbelts.
Fuzzy is a singer/songwriter from Buffalo, New York and frontman for the americana/country outfit, Fuzzy & The Rustbelts. He has been active since 2019 and has since released a full length LP, That Sweet Song, and a 2021 EP, Harvester Sessions. Several singles from both works have seen national and international syndicated radio play as well as features in online and print media. Fuzzy has performed stages and festivals with Mitchell Tenpenny, Maddie & Tae, Rodney Atkins, Miranda Lambert, Alison Krauss, Bonnie Raitt, and Willie Nelson. Fuzzy & The Rustbelts were the 2020 WYRK Taste of Country Riser winners and more recently 1 of 4 finalists during the Band Together Buffalo Shutdown Showcase.
As a songwriter, guitar player, singer, producer, and promoter, Andrew J. Reimers has been an active member of the Buffalo, NY music scene for more than a decade with his bands: The CPX (Country-Punk Extravaganza!), Rear View Ramblers, and The Johnny Cash Experience. As an artist, he is as authentic and strong willed as they come. A musician by sweat, blood, and shows. A hell of a lot of shows. His songs will not beat you over the head with a brooding intelligentsia, but that does not mean his songs aren’t smart, they even tend to have a little bit of soul behind them. The songs of lost love are harsh, filterless requiems, and his vocal output is the sound of honey over cigarettes.
After spending much of his youth touring the world with hardcore metal band, It Dies Today, Nicholas Brooks has spent the last 15 years playing Folk inspired Americana/Rock as both a solo act and with various regional bands. Brooks is now readying his debut solo EP for a Summer 2022 release, to be recorded at GCR Studios with producer Jay Zubricky.
Please Note: This event will be presented in accordance with applicable public health requirements and considerations as of the date of the event; which could include changes to capacity, attendance prerequisites, procedures, and other protective measures per government and venue policies. Currently we recommend masks, especially if unvaccinated.
Date(s) - 04/07/2022
341 Delaware Avenue