The Klick hails from Rochester, NY and plays a Jazz-Infused mix of Funk, Soul, Pop, and R&B. The band boasts some of Rochester’s finest musicians including current and past members of Hard Logic, Prime Time Funk, Goodness, and Vanishing Sun just to name a few. The infectious groove they lay down, along with their unique selection of material and creative arrangements, has people smiling from the first note all the way to the very end of every performance.
Band Members are: Tony Castronova - Guitar and Lead Vocals, Greg Gilmore - Keyboards and Vocals, Dave Pinto - Bass, Ron D'Angelo - Trumpet and Fluglehorn, Quinn Lawrence - Saxophone, and Billy Goodness - Drums and Vocals.
Guitar & Lead Vocals
Keyboards & Vocals
Drums & Vocals
Trumpet & Flugelhorn
People are talkin'!
"We saw your band last weekend and loved it! You guys are so much different than all of the usual local bands we see when we go out. We'll be sure to see you again. I just signed up for your email list."
Amy & Josh
"Your band sounded great last night. I just loved all the songs you picked. There were some I knew and some I didn't but they all sounded great. I think you guys are my new favorite local band. Loved it!"
"Awesome! Caught you guys at Sticky Lips the other night and was blown away. Not at all what I expected. I will definitely be out to see you again."
"Wow! Just Wow! We were out for dinner and were just getting ready to leave when your band started. We ended up staying until you guys quit."
Bob & Brenda
"First time hearing you last night (at the Rochester International Jazz Festival) and I'm an instant fan!!"
"We heard your set last night at the Jazz Festival. You guys were on fire!"
Adam & Bridget
This is where we can be seen and heard
151 S Main St,
Show 2:00-4:00 PM
Pavilion at Buckland Park
Show 6:30-8:00 PM
75 Stutson Street
Show 8:00-10:00pm PM
Main Street Webster
Show Approx.. 9:00 PM - closing the event
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