Joe Whiting Band in Homer, NY

The Joe Whiting Band and Cortland Crush baseball players headline Burgers, Bands and Baseball event in Homer 

The nationally recognized Joe Whiting Band and the players from the Cortland Crush baseball team will be on hand for a night of good eating and great tunes at the Center for the Arts in Homer, New York, at 6:00pm on July 14th. Tickets are available by calling 877-749-ARTS (2787) or by visiting Center4Art.org. Tickets prices range from $5 – $10.

Few saxophonists today can claim to have anywhere near the musical diversity or sheer experience on the road as the GRAMMY nominated Joe Whiting. Having been a professional musician for over 50 years, ‘Jumpin’ Joe’ has touched on various genres with many acts of varying fame and style. He was a head man with the group Jukin’ Bone, and worked as the opening act for some world class bands, including Van Halen in an early 80’s arena tour of Canada and the U.S. He’s even played with the likes of Jerry Lee Lewis, Bobby Comstock, and Bo Diddley. He’s walked the stages of world famous venues ranging from Madison Square Garden and Nassau Coliseum to the Spectrum in Philadelphia and Radio City Music Hall. 

Before the music starts, there will be a build your own burger bar, and a special meet-and-greet with the 2017 players of the Cortland Crush baseball team! Don’t miss a night full of good food, good music, and good times!

The Cortland Crush are an NCAA sanctioned member of the MLB endorsed NY Collegiate Baseball League.The team’s name, part of an overall philosophy of building a foundation centered on character and the people of Cortland, is a tribute to the late Greg Partigianoni, whose nickname was Crusher. The organization embraces his work ethic, love of the game, and legacy with the city of Cortland.

 

Burgers, Bands and Baseball
Friday, July 14
Burger Bar at 6:00pm
Joe Whiting Band at 8:00pm 
Center for the Arts
72 S. Main St. Homer NY 13077
877-749-ARTS (2787)
 

The Center for the Arts, located in Homer, New York is a 501c3 not-for-profit, cross-discipline arts and events center. The Center’s 400-seat theater, located in a refurbished church built in 1893, with its outstanding acoustics and diverse series of main stage programs, attracts and thrills audiences from Canada, the Mid-Atlantic, and from across New York State.