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Friday, April 07, 2017 07:00pm - 09:00pm

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Friday, April 7th, from 7pm to 9pm, join the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and the Buffalo Museum of Science for the official dedication of the donation of Cory Wells’ Motorcycle to the BMHOF by the Wells’ family. 

Cory Wells was inducted into the BMHOF in 1997. He was a member of the Enemies and the world-famous Three Dog Night. Inducted members will be on hand to perform acoustic versions of songs form Three Dog Night. Cory’s family will be present to dedicate the gift of Cory’s motorcycle to the BMHOF. Join us for a night of music, fun and remembrance and enjoy the local guitar exhibit – 71Picks, sponsored by Chakra Communications, Inc. a companion home-grown space that accompanies Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked the World, Presented by M&T Bank with Associate Sponsor Chakra Communications.

7:00-7:30pm Music (Eli Unplugged)

7:30-8:00pm Motorcycle Dedication, words from the Wells’ family

8:00-8:30pm Music (Eli Unplugged)

8:30-9:00pm Music (Old Friends)

Emcee: Tom Lorentz (Class of 2012)

Eli Unplugged: Dick Bauerle (Class of 1988), Dave Elder (Class of 1991), Phil Hudson (Class of 1997 as a member of The Road), Mark Dixon (Class of 1990), Jim Rummings

Old Friends: Steve Metivier, Greg Hennessey (BMHOF Board of Trustees)

The ceremony is included with admission to the museum and includes access to GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World, Presented by M&T Bank and Associate Sponsor, Chakra Communications. GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World is a touring exhibition of the National GUITAR Museum. Access to 71Picks will also be available. 71Picks, a “homegrown” exhibit, was created in partnership with the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and features a selection of guitars, one that is signed by Cory Wells, and memorabilia that inspired the WNY music community.

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$11 Adults
$9 Seniors 62+
$9 Students/Military with ID
$8 Children 2-17

FREE for Museum Members and children under 2

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