Nimrod Wildfire is Bob Miller's latest project; a band that has a "trans-genre" sound, infused with country, reggae, and jazz.
The High Falls Business Association has once again teamed up with the Hochstein School of Music & Dance and WXXI to present Hochstein at High Falls, a noontime summer concert series. The series includes ten outdoor concerts Thursday afternoons at 12:15pm during June, July and August. Weather permitting, they will be held in the Granite Mills Park near the Pont de Rennes Bridge. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating and lunch, or pick up a great lunch at area restaurants (like La Luna and Fina's Cafe). Each performance runs approximately 45 minutes.
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The July 31st concert features Nimrod Wildfire, the historically obscure, self-ironic, and metaphorical name for Bob Miller's latest music project. When it comes to music, Bob is a Renaissance man: an avid historian, passionate poet, and industry wonk, he is both guru and perpetual student of electric guitar technique. Band members include:Bob Miller - guitar, vocals; Tina Albright - vocals; Stephen Siegel - keyboards; Rich Simbari - bass; and Chris Teal - drums.