-courtesy of Observer Today
-September 17th, 2017
Musician Jeremy Gloff returns to his hometown of Fredonia for a one-night show.
Gloff will be performing at Cool Little Music Shop located at 60 West Main Street in Fredonia. The show begins at 7 p.m. with opening act Dead Nettles, a music project by Gloff’s brother Dee LeBlanc.
In the early 1990s Gloff was very active in the Fredonia and Buffalo music scenes. Gloff moved to Tampa in 1998 and has since won multiple Best Of The Bay awards for his songwriting and musical output. He has released 21 albums and has collaborated with a variety of musicians including Jill Jones (former Prince collaborator featured in “Purple Rain”) and Brenda Bennett (of Apollonia 6 and Vanity 6). Gloff’s latest album LIGHTRAIL is a fun, breezy summertime pop confection.
This show is especially tender coming on the heels of the recent deaths of Gloff’s stepfather (Arkwright native Donald Hall) and father (Dunkirk music legend Jim “The Hawk” Gloff). Jeremy will be performing songs in their honor.
Come out to Cool Little Music and give Jeremy Gloff a warm Fredonia welcome home.