Some people equate the word “radio” with FDR’s fireside chats, helter-skelter antennae and news broadcasts. Younger people may conjure up images of stereos and Sirius FM. Ken Hardley wants to bring back the former.
At 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amphitheater, the Time Jumpers hope to bring a bit of that Tennessee feel to southwestern New York.
David Epley will perform his show “The Science of Santa” as Doktor Kaboom for the Family Entertainment Series at 5 and 7 p.m. tonight in Smith Wilkes Hall.
The New York State Summer School of the Arts School of Choral Studies has been performing for Chautauqua audiences for as long as Jared Berry can remember, taking the Amphitheater stage to perform songs both classical and contemporary.
In 1990, Wilson Phillips took the music world by storm, and after nearly 25 years, the band members have held on, and have no plans of letting go any time soon.
Big Easy sounds — an instrumental trifecta of piano, clarinet and percussion — will course through the Amphitheater tonight as Chautauquansget a taste of New Orleans’ Bourbon Street.
According to Nels Ross, even bumbling fools can be incredible successes.
The Amphitheater tonight will be flooded with the sounds of the South as country superstar Jennifer Nettles kicks off the second leg of her That Girl Tour 2014 at 8:15 p.m.
Jon Wee and Owen Morse have been looking for “real” jobs for 26 years. In the meantime, they’ve traveled around the world as The Passing Zone, a comedy and juggling act.
The Brass Band of the Western Reserve will round out Independence Day weekend at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Amphitheater with a concert titled “From Sea to Shining Sea.”