LIVE: Rhonda Vincert & the Rage @ Cohoes Music Hall, 3/23/12

March 28th, 2012, 4:00 pm by Greg
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Rhonda Vincent

Review and photographs by Andrzej Pilarczyk

She can sing.

She can write songs.

And she can really play.

Boy, can she play!

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LIVE: Rhonda Vincent & the Rage @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, 10/30/09

November 2nd, 2009, 12:58 pm by Greg

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This was one professional show business show.

Rhonda Vincent is a great singer, charming, totally at ease, professional, wore a dress/gown that could survive the pundits on the Oscar red carpet (and still worked in a bluegrass band), played a spirited mandolin and, just to rub it in, is very attractive with a passing resemblance to Jane Krakowski on “30 Rock.”

Her band, in non-competing black suits, were expert banjo/fiddle/guitar/bass players who knew all their notes and could sing pretty darn good too.

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2-For-1 Tickets for Rhonda Vincent!

October 30th, 2009, 11:12 am by Greg

In conjunction with the monthly Troy Night Out arts walk taking place from 5-9pm tonight at various locations in downtown Troy, the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is offering a special sale on tickets to see bluegrass queen Rhonda Vincent and her band the Rage at 8pm tonight.

The Music Hall box office will be selling Buy-One, Get-One-Free* tickets to tonight’s Rhonda Vincent concert. This offer is available for in person sales or by phone at (518) 273-0038. The box office is located in the Music Hall on the corner of State and Second Street in downtown Troy.

*This offer is only good for tickets in C priced seating, priced at $23, and Box Office will be open at the Hall 6:30 night of show. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts and is not retroactive. Other restrictions may apply.

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