Buffalo Music Hall of Fame Celebrates 2013
Buffalo Music Hall of Fame (BMHOF) celebrated
the 31st BMHOF Annual Induction Gala
on October 3, 2013 at the Tralf Music Hall
in Buffalo, New York.
inductees for the Buffalo Music Hall of
Fame Class of 2013 include:
James - Blues guitarist extraordinaire.
One of the hardest working players in Western
Public - Top selling R&B/ POP group.
They were part of the New Jack Swing movement
that has helped define pop culture and been
influential on many genres of music.
Fleetwood Wilson III -First call drummer
who has played with just about everyone
in Western NY.
Previte - A prolific jazz drummer, composer
Natalie Merchant - Platinum selling
recording artist. Started her career with
10,000 maniacs and then established herself
as one of music's top female artists.
Lou Schriver - From Country music royalty.
She is a multi- instrumentalist, singer
Supple - Amazing musician, performer
and teacher. The list of people he has played
with is extraordinary.
Fridman - Grammy nominated music producer.
From the Flaming Lips to MGMT and many bands
in-between, David is one of the most sought
after producers in the business.
Santella - Radio host known as the father
of progressive radio here in Buffalo.
Anselmo - Vocal teacher to the stars.
The list of artist that Andy has worked
with and whom give him credit is incredible.
From Liza Minnelli to Tony Bennet, just
to name a few.
Casserta - A booking agent and concert
promoter who started the Kingdom Bound concert
festival. This festival is a sight to see
with sell out crowds every year.
Buffalo Shirt Factory - Industry leader
in concert apparel. They have cornered the
market in concert shirt manufacturing.
Corpse - Ground breaking million selling
Heavy Metal band that has influenced countless
metal bands around the world.
live at the Gala was: Jony James, Joe Public,
Linda Lou Schriver, Howard Fleetwood Wilson
and Ed Supple. Ed Supple played with the
legendary Michael Spriggs who traveled in
from Nashville to perform with Ed. Michael,
he was inducted in 2004.
This years host was Anita West from the
Home of the Blues, WBFO and 97 Rock.