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Sat, Nov 05



Tony Romano & Dee Ann Dimeo in Concert

Singer Dee Ann, guitarist Tony Romano and bassist Ed Croft join musical forces to bring an ultimate music making experience to PAUSA. Together for the first time they promise to leave us wanting more.

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Tony Romano & Dee Ann Dimeo in Concert
Tony Romano & Dee Ann Dimeo in Concert

Time & Location

Nov 05, 2022, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Buffalo, 19 Wadsworth St, Buffalo, NY 14201, USA


About the event

DOORS @ 6PM / SHOW @ 7PM - We recommend that you arrive early to get the best seats

STAGE AREA: $17 advance / $20 at the door cash only

BAR AREA: $12 advance / $15 at the door cash only

*No refund or exchanges / Tickets can be transferred to another person*

Guitarist Tony Romano has been a visible part of the New York City music scene for over twenty years. Just Jazz Guitar magazine wrote “His tone is beautiful and soulful, and his remarkable technique is a servant to his rich musical imagination and broad harmonic palette.” With a wide range of playing styles, Tony has toured worldwide and performed and recorded with many notable Jazz, Latin, Pop, and Broadway artists, including Randy Brecker, Joe Locke, Michael Feinstein, Bill Warfield, Steve LaSpina, Joe Bataan, Dave Valentin, Candido Camero, Chembo Corniel, Yomo Toro, Joel Frahm, Thomas Chapin, Brit Woodman, Santi DeBriano, Paul Bollenback, Stanley Jordan, Debbie Gibson, Kat Gang, Aimee Allen, Francois Moutan, Alex Gemignani, and Chuck Cooper. Tony’s guitar work can be heard on all 52 episodes of the BBC series 3rd & Bird as well as the Discovery Channel miniseries Going, Going, Gone! He has also performed for NPR broadcasts, and has appeared on NBC’s The Today Show, Telemundo, and the ABC Morning Show. Tony is an Adjunct Professor at Five Towns College, and has been a Teaching Artist for the Kupferberg Center at Queens College, as well as an instructor for the National Guitar Workshop.

DeeAnn DiMeo, lovingly known as DeeAnn, has been entertaining Western New York audiences for over 20 years. The versatile soulful singer has performed in a multitude of genres and venues whether it’s pop, blues, country and jazz or intimate clubs to concert halls she has done them all. A multiple Buffalo Music Award winner she continues to wow the crowds with her talents. On her latest album release titled Stay Here Tompkins recorded the tracks live before a studio audience at Red Booth Recording Studios in Rochester, NY under the astute ears of esteemed musician RiShon Odel who plays bass on the album, produced and co-wrote five of the six tracks here with Tompkins. Odel, who has toured the world as a longtime band member for jazz/R&B superstar Najee also worked with Tompkins on her excellent previous album Desperately Seeking DeeAnn as well. Some of the other musicians assisting on Stay Here include Serena Williams, Victoria Mordaunt, Grace Lougen, Carl “Flute” Johnson, Levi Bennett, Rod Bonner and Lauren Haskin. Stand out tracks include the lush sounding title cut “Stay Here”, a funky cover of Tracy Chapman’s “Give Me One Reason”, the bouncy “With or Without You”, the heartfelt “Giving You All My Love” and the lyrically empowering “Strong Enough”. A true powerhouse performer you can find out more about DeeAnn including how to purchase Stay Here or her previous albums by visiting

Ed Crof started his career playing in the New York City subways with famed blues musician Carolina Slim. From there, he began playing local shows with his rockabilly band, The Moonshiners. Upon graduating from high school, he pursued a Bachelor's degree in Music Education from SUNY Fredonia, which he completed in 2013.It was here that Ed had the chance to perform and study with local legends such as Tom Gestwicki, John Bacon, Bruce Johnstone, and more, including an orchestra concert with Yo Yo Ma. Before he'd completed his studies at Fredonia, he began a career as a touring musician starting with two years traveling with celtic rock band The Town Pants, and touring for another two years with bluegrass band The Jakobs Ferry Stragglers. Ed won the 2019 JazzBuffalo Poll for Best Acoustic Upright Bassist (repeat wins from 2017 and 2018). In 2018, Ed also received the Rising Star, and the John Hunt Jazz Artist of the Year awards, the first recipient to win both awards simultaneously The results of these awards are decided on by residents of the city of Buffalo and all of Western New York.

Thanks for supporting PAUSA art house, our musicians and live music in Buffalo. "Life is better with friends"


  • 2 hours 30 minutes

    Tony Romano & Dee Ann Dimeo

    PAUSA art house



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