Trying to find that right show to take the kids to? Well, The Annies Children Show will be fun for the whole family.
With The Annies, every performance is created by mixing and matching their music and puppet vignettes. It is an ever evolving combination and it is rare to ever see the same show twice. Children who are regular fans enjoy both the surprise of hearing and seeing new creations as well as the familiarity of their old favorite numbers.
After the show join us for lunch at Infinity Bistro. We offer a kid’s menu!!
So get the family together and let your child’s imagination soar this Sunday, January 3rd @11am. –Take me to the show–
Ambrosia makes their return to Infinity Hall on April 24th! Tickets go on sale tomorrow (Thursday)... click here to get ticketed …
The buzz surrounding Ambrosia isn’t surprising given the heights the band scaled during the 70’s and early 80’s. Top 10 hits such as “Biggest Part Of Me”, “How Much I Feel”, “You’re The Only Woman” and “Holdin’ On To Yesterday” have earned the band five Grammy nominations, continual radio airplay, and multi-platinum status.
Enjoy “Biggest Part Of Me” it will take you back!
Eight To The Bar is making their way to Norfolk this weekend. Every time they come to town they turn us into a wild wild party!
Listening to Eight To The Bar is a lot like driving along a time-warped highway precisely halfway between Count Basie’s Kansas City and Fats Waller’s Harlem, where the car radio picks up everything from Take the A Train to I Heard It Through the Grapevine. Their material, like their outlandish wardrobes and onstage choreography, is a colorful mix of forties jive, fifties melodrama, and sixties through eighties Motown.
Eight To The Bar was named “Best Band 2008”
by Connecticut Magazine
Eight To The Bar was also named “Best Jazz Band” in the 2008 Hartford Advocate Readers Poll!
Click here to check out a video.
Eight To The Bar is going to be filming a live video here at their 12/26 show. Come be a part of it! –Take me to the show–
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals make their triumphant return to Infinity Music Hall on January 20th! If you saw their last show here, you know better than to wait for your tickets. If you missed it because the show was already sold out, don’t make the same mistake again, grab those tickets now!! CLICK HERE!!
In between recording and mixing their new album, Grace Potter and The Nocturnals will be on the road playing a handful of dates with songs from their upcoming album.
“One of the most soulful new bands around.”
– Bonnie Raitt
While you browse through our calendar you’ll pass so many great shows. How do you possibly choose a few to come see if they are all good? I’m still trying to figure that out myself, but I’m here to help.
So, what I’ll do every month from now is highlighting a few shows. If you’re looking to get turned onto something new… stay tuned. I’ll be focusing on more of the rising talent coming through.
Pat’s January Picks –
1. Lipbone Redding — 01.02.10 — $20
2. WPA (works progress administration) — 01.07.10 — $25
3. The Wiyos — 01.14.10 — $20
Click on the event name to learn more (above). I put links to youtube videos, the artist’s websites, and other juicy info all on their event page. See you at the Hall!
Emily from WHDD 91.9FM has done a live interview with Joziah Longo. It is here for all of us to check out. Joziah is the front man of the band and in this interview he hints at some special things you’ll see only at their show @ Infinity Hall.
To listen click here!
I saw their show last time they were around. These guys are no joke, a lot of fun and they will surprise you around every turn. So get on the ball, make your plans for this Saturday night now. –Take me to the show–
A cool video of Gandalf Murphy & The Slambovia Circus of Dreams live…
Debbie Davies and her Band will be playing a special show this Thursday night, Dec. 17th, at the Infinity Music Hall in Norfolk, CT. Having just returned from performing in Europe for two weeks, Deb and Co. have heard nothing but huge praises for this venue and are really looking forward to the night. Of course the band’s new CD, HOLDIN’ COURT, will be available for sale and signing!
Great news for Debbie is the nomination she just received last week for a Blues Music Award in the category of BEST TRADITIONAL BLUES ARTIST. Also exciting are the positive responses that HOLDIN’ COURT is receiving from both radio and the press. Last week the record charted no.5 at the Roots Music radio report!
Joining the band this Thursday at Infinity Hall will be special guest, Robin Rogers. Robin is a heavy-weight blues/soul singer from North Carolina and has just received Chicago’s BLUES BLAST award for 2009’s BEST FEMALE VOCALIST. She also plays soulful harp and you can check this all out on her latest release from Blind Pig Records, TREAT ME RIGHT. Deb and Robin have begun to collaborate a lot and have a tour all through the mid west already booked for March.
So come on out if you can, during these tough times and support live music! Hey, we know it is the holidays, and the economy really sucks, but the sense of community and connection that can happen through music can be pretty comforting. The musicians hope to see you there! –Take me to the show–