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And, One more! …make that the last three!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on March 12, 2013 by Brian Lindsay

Basic tracks down for the last three! Bootlegger Blues, Long Shot
and Seven Days and Seven Nights!!


Working away…

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on October 1, 2012 by Brian Lindsay

2 more songs recorded for the new CD last week. 2 more this week and were at 8 and counting!

BLB adds keyboard player and news update

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on January 25, 2012 by Brian Lindsay

Hi Friends,

Just a quick update on the latest happenings in the Brian Lindsay Band.

Please welcome Bill Franki to the band on piano and B3 organ. Bill has

played in several successful Rock and Roll bands through out the Mid-west.

He now resides in Rochester New York full-time. BLB is now a six man band with the sound I’ve been searching for… for a long time.

On the recording front, we are getting ready to hit GFI Studios in Ontario and lay down tracks for the first 4 songs.

Song names are,

What does luv mean to u?, King of Broken Hearts, Charlie, Heart & Soul. 

New shows lining up as well, so looking forward to bringing new songs and new sound to the stage! Stay Tuned.


BLB returns to Sticky Lips this Saturday 11-5-11

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on November 1, 2011 by Brian Lindsay
Let’s get together for our 2nd show at this great new club! Come for the BBQ and dozens of beers on tap and stay for the show in their wonderful music room.
Sticky Lips BBQ Juke Joint address: 830 Jefferson Road, 14623
Closest main intersection: East HenriettaPhone number: 585-292-5544
Website: www.stickylipsbbq.comBrian Lindsay Band is, Brian Lindsay, Mark Gifford, Ken Romano, Bruce Diamond and Danny Sloan.
Brian Lindsay website and music blog at

CONCERT REVIEW: Brian Lindsay October 17, 2011
By Frank De Blase
I left Wonderland for the new Sticky Lips on Jefferson Road in time to catch Brian Lindsay’s second set. The stage in this new juke joint is outstanding, and the sound is as well. Lindsay and his crew blew through the hickory smoke and the pages out of Lindsay’s songbook – a songbook full of local relevance and world-weary beauty. I could listen to him for hours.