In episode 111, Ben of Rochester Groovecast shares nostalgic memories with Matt Green, Entertainment Director and Co-Owner of Flour City Station.
“Flour City Station is located at 170 East Avenue, in Rochester, NY. Rochester is steeped in music tradition; from the Eastman School of Music just down the street, to the longstanding music festivals such as the Jazz Festival, East End Fest, Fringe Fest and Party in the Park. Flour City Station (FCS) provides its customers with a unique and friendly environment for enjoying the best live music Rochester has to offer. We are set up to accommodate musicians with a state-of-the-art sound system. We cater to a wide base of genres of music featuring both local performers and nationally touring acts. With our friendly, accommodating staff, the Station offers an experience to patrons that is unrivaled by any other establishment in Rochester. We offer customers a safe, friendly social atmosphere where they can catch up with old friends, meet new ones, and enjoy premium live music. Simply put…we are all about the bands, the fans and the experience!”
00:31: “Nasty Old Man” by The Honey Smugglers
04:27: Episode Introduction
05:30: Conversation with Ben and Matt
33:24: “September Doves” by Lost Dog Street Band, live at Flour City Station
37:23: Conversation Continued
01:24:00: Episode Conclusion
At Rochester Groovecast, the mantra “We’re Fans First!” harnesses the belief that the best businesses are built by fans. The podcast is deeply dedicated to playing an active role in the culture of its local scene.
The brainchild of Rochester native, Ben Albert, was created in 2016 to serve as a portfolio of the city, and nowadays, the entire region.
The podcast believes in the artistic brilliance abundant in Rochester, NY, and the surrounding regions. Ben seeks to play a pivotal role in our community by helping give Rochester a well-earned voice. He has seen first hand the abundance of talent, character, creativity, innovation, and beauty the Flower City has continuously offered.