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Wednesday Night Concert with Tracy Morrow and The Magi Chippie and Ellen West


Buffalo, NY –


Tracy Morrow, the nom de plume used by Buffalo-based vocalist/guitarist Bill Nehill, "due to insecurity issues" according to his myspace page has not dropped his demons on his new effort, Someday You Will Find a Home. Instead, the songwriter has draped his tortured tongue around eight new paeans of mournful melodies, songs that bear witness to several hundred sleepless nights logged since Morrow's last "diary entry."

Ellen West is the alias adopted by Buffalo singer and guitarist Michele Buono when she plays solo acoustic shows. Michele's unassuming presence off the stage gives way to a hard charging guitar and voice at the forefront when she plays with her band, a power trio called The Missing Planes. But even those who've seen that band, and recognized Michele's talent in that role, can't begin to understand the depth of her potential, and scope of her ability unless they've seen an Ellen West set.