As we do every year, E R I Jams Magazine will not be publishing a full edition this week because our staff is celebrating the Easter Holiday away from the office, and with their family.
We hope you all have a wonderful and safe holiday weekend. E R I Jams will return next week with a full publication and all the stories and Arts & Entertainment news that you have come to enjoy reading.
The Station scores a hole-in-one with a modern tribute to an ancient game.
By Rob Kocur
You may be a casual golfer, or just someone who enjoys getting exercise riding around in a cart, or if you’re like my brother, you actually get a thrill watching it on television. You’ll never look at the sport the same way again however, after witnessing Station Dinner Theatre’s The Fox on the Fairway, the…
By Jenna Croyle
In the wonderful world of music, everything old always becomes new again as the mega stars of yesteryear not only keep their music alive with the countless fans they attained in their glory days, but these time tested bands and their phenomenal music continues to attract new fans of all ages.
The legends of our Rock N’ Roll past such as Led Zeppelin, Guns N’ Roses, Poison, and…
French Kiss Birthday Bash At Sherlock’s
By Terry Pentelli
This Saturday night, April 12th, Sherlock’s gears up for the biggest Birthday Bash of the year, French Kiss’s own Roxie Love Snider & Pixie Styxs Snider will celebrate their 22nd Birthday with the wildest night of 80’s Glam Metal madness and mayhem, all French Kiss Style.
Located at 508 State Street, Sherlock’s has spent more than twenty…
By Lucas Scotts
This Saturday night, April 12th starting at 8pm PACA will kick off a night of high voltage and dynamic Rock that bridges the gaps and rocks the house with “Pale Green Stars”.
Pale Green Stars blends the blare of Blues, Alternative Country, and Rock for a sound that is so sweet, and an energy that is explosive.
With a hard as nails edge and songs that are incredibly well crafted,…
Want To Know Where The Best Bands Are Playing And Where The Hottest Shows Are In Town?
Plan your weekend entertainment with our Weekend Notes section, featuring all the music Erie has to offer with the best bands, the best venues and taverns, and the most complete list of shows in town.
Always check back for up to date information on band listings in our Weekend Notes. We will let you know if a…
Happily ever after comes to life when a world-renowned dance company brings a beloved ballet to Mercyhurst University this spring.
The Mercyhurst Institute for Arts & Culture concludes its 2013-14 MIAC Live season with the Moscow Festival Ballet’s “Swan Lake,” at the Mary D’Angelo Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. Arrive early for family-friendly fun when teachers from…
The Edinboro University Singers and Chorale will set out on their annual state concert tour April 13-15, with performances scheduled across Pennsylvania.
Conducted by Dr. Peter van den Honert, the University Singers are the concert choir of Edinboro University. The choir has released four compact discs, and maintains an active performance schedule both on and off the EU campus, which has included…
The Erie Playhouse presents – for two performances only – the dazzling rock opera from three giants of rock music – the men from ABBA and Tim Rice – April 25 & 26 at 7:30pm
Chess debuted in the West End in 1986, following a well-received concept album that produced hits like “One Night in Bangkok,” and “I Know Him So Well.” Chess opened on Broadway in 1988. The concert version, developed by the…
In the fall of 2012 First Lieutenant Brandon Harker left his four-legged child with a friend when he was deployed to Afghanistan. When he returned after his 9 month deployment, he discovered his friend had given away/sold Oakley on Craigslist.
First Lieutenant Brandon Harker is still searching for his companion, and like many others, we are here to help him. We are here to help spread the word…