The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series Concert: Mike Costley, with Dan Hull and Friends
Sunday, July 14, 2013, 2 pm
Mike Costley has a remarkable vocal range, singing jazz, ballad, swing, rhythm & blues, and contemporary music. He also has a knack for mimicking celebrities of song, from Elvis Presley to Ray Charles and Frank Sinatra. Bruce Fessier of The Desert Sun said, “Mike has the chops of a jazz instrumentalist which is rare among solo singers.” Costley has shared stages with such musical giants as Tony Bennett, Keely Smith, Joe Williams, Jerry Vale, Dick Contino, Glen Campbell, Vic Damone, Ernie McDaniels, and Jack Jones. He has performed across the country, from New York to Los Angeles, and has become a favorite in Las Vegas and Palm Springs.
About The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series
The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series is back at the Albright-Knox this year. Concerts will take place on the Gallery's Delaware Stairs overlooking Hoyt Lake on five Sundays at 2 pm, from July 7 through August 4, with a rain date on August 11. Admission is free. Bring the whole family to enjoy this summer tradition!
Limited parking is available in the Gallery's parking lot on Elmwood Avenue. Parking is $5 for visitors and $3 for Members. Please bring your parking ticket into the Gallery to have it validated at the Admissions Desk. There is also parking available on the roads surrounding the Gallery. Please take care to adhere to all parking regulations. Violators will be ticketed and/or towed. View Alternate Parking Map (PDF)