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Past & Pints series

Music history of The Aud panel discussion to be held April 26

The Buffalo News is hosting an event featuring the music history of The Aud, as part of The News' Past & Pints series. A panel discussion will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 26 at Buffalo Iron Works.

Buffalo News Music Critic Jeff Miers will lead the discussion, also including former Aud concert promoter Eddie Tice, 97 Rock DJ John “J.P.” Piccillo, photographer Mickey Osterreicher and Don Tomasulo, also a concert promoter.

Other features of the afternoon event will include a slideshow presentation of many classic photos from The News' and Mickey Osterreicher's archives, and replays of recordings of a handful of songs from Aud concerts.

Buffalo News subscribers can purchase a discounted $8 ticket here. Non-subscribers can purchase a $16 ticket here, or subscribe to The News at BuffaloNews.com/subscribe to become eligible for the discounted Past & Pints series rate.

Buffalo Iron Works, the venue that will host the Past & Pints series discussion about The Aud's music history. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

Past & Pints: Music history of The Aud

When: 3 p.m. Sunday, April 26.

Where: Buffalo Iron Works, 49 Illinois St.

With: Buffalo News Music Critic Jeff Miers leading a panel discussion, also including former Aud concert promoter Eddie Tice, 97 Rock DJ John “J.P.” Piccillo, photographer Mickey Osterreicher and Don Tomasulo, also a concert promoter.

Also featuring: A slideshow presentation of many classic photos from The News' and Mickey Osterreicher's archives, and replays of recordings of a handful of songs from Aud concerts.

Tickets: Buffalo News subscribers can purchase a discounted $8 ticket here. Non-subscribers can purchase a $16 ticket here, or subscribe to The News at BuffaloNews.com/subscribe to become eligible for the discounted Past & Pints series rate.

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