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Saturday November 19 2016
11:00 pm

Amanda Rogers & Stephen Douglas Wolfe

Hosted by: Alto Cinco

Alto Cinco is proud to present LIVE in concert:

Amanda Rogers & Stephen Douglas Wolfe
Saturday, November 19, 11pm- #LateNight
No Cover

THIS SATURDAY!! Experience an intimate evening with two of Syracuse’s finest songwriters! Stephen Douglas Wolfe joins Amanda Rogers in a shared night of artistic release! In the wake of the unfortunate news of last week, let’s band together over some sound! Gather to Alto Cinco #LateNight (11pm) for these two prolific artists’ peformance and enjoy their craft over some crafts of our own- your favorite Mexican fusion and a fantastic selection of craft beverages! Tunes & Food served till 1:30am!

Often compared to the likes of Tori Amos for her fairy esthetic and classical roots,Tom Waits for her dark and literary lyrics, and Carole King for her Tin Pan Alley Pop sensibility – Upstate NY native, Amanda Rogers, has continued her 15 year musical journey on her self paved career path as an original and independent touring and recording artist. With 9 albums in tow, including her latest 2014 double-album release “WILD”, Multiple international tours solo as well as with a full rock band and as a folk duo, notable press, recognition for a song reaching the International Top 100 billboard charts, numerous co-writes and guest appearances, song placements on networks such as the Discovery channel and MTV, and a list of musical celebrity fans that are all name-dropper worthy, she maintains her desire to evolve as a Singer-Songwriter without boundaries while remaining “uncompromisingly d.i.y”.

After a decade of work in two propulsive indie rock bands Getaway Driver and Cavaliers, Stephen Douglas Wolfe has found his voice, this time without a band surrounding him. Throughout Stephen’s four releases and extensive touring as a member of these bands, Lawrence, Kansas was what he called home. Wolfe’s Eastern Kansas hometown brought with it an opportunity to convene an impressive roster of musicians for his first solo album. Cavaliers’ “Except for the Birds” (released in 2007) was his chance to assemble players from acts such as The Get Up Kids, Kelpie, Ghosty, and The Roseline to contribute to the record. After a hiatus brought upon partially by a professional move to NYC, recording would resume for Wolfe in his new home in 2015 at Subcat Studios in Syracuse, New York. A series of digital singles including “O River”, “Free”, and “Pretty Baby” found their way to the public at the end of the year. The first physical release – the We’ll Live 7” record – was released on March 25, 2016. The record is the first of a series of three vinyl singles planned for 2016 from Stephen Douglas Wolfe with the second installment – the Window 7” – set for release on June 17, 2016.