The Buffalo Touch comes to Collins
Friday May 10, 2013 | By:Submitted to Journal | Social
COLLINS — The Collins Library will feature a concert by The Buffalo Touch, on Friday, May 10, from 7 – 9 p.m.
The Buffalo Touch combines the Slovenian-style polka that is found in Cleveland and Canada, with the Polish-style polka from Chicago and the East Coast.
The band features Polka Hall of Fame musician Mike Nowakowski, along with Ken Machelski, Ray Barsukiewicz, Ricky Pijanowski, Gary Krew and Robin Pegg.
Hailing from Buffalo, Jerry Darlak and the Buffalo Touch formed in 1995, after Steve Krzeminski retired and Darlak decided to establish his own band.
The Buffalo Touch has received three Grammy nominations and has been featured on “The Big Joe Polka Show” on RFD-TV. The Buffalo Touch has traveled from coast to coast, performing, throughout the year, at clubs and festivals.
The Friends of the Collins Public Library and Collins Public Library sponsors this monthly concert series. The concerts are free and open to the public.
For more information, contact the Collins Public Library at 532-5129.
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