The Charlie O'Neill Unplugged Club

The Charlie O'Neill Unplugged Club

The “Unplugged Club” was the collaborative brainchild of Buffalo Music Hall of Fame musician, Charlie O’Neill, and his good friend BMHF memberDwane Hall, owner of Sessions Recording Studio and the Sportsmen’s Tavern. Together they created the idea of the “Unplugged Club” around 2008. Workshops began at the Sessions Recording Studio, and Charlie developed the framework for an acoustic guitar club. In the spring of 2010 the adult version of the club was formed. While all of this was happening, Charlie was courageously battling cancer. He passed away in 2011. His vision for the “Unplugged Club” continues today due to the efforts of his good friend and bandmate, Jim Brucato–also a BMHF member.
With his talent, guidance, and friendship, Jim has made Charlie’s vision a reality.

Today the club is still going strong. Members play monthly at Talty’s Open Mike. In addition to several charity events, the club has performed at: The Irish Center, Larkinville, The Byrd House, the Rust Belt, and the Sportsmen’s Tavern.

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