Bruce Wojick from Niagara Falls, NY is regarded as one of the most talented and respected guitarists and songwriters, in the Western, NY area. The veteran musician has been a mainstay on the area scene for nearly two decades, performing as a key component in two of the area’s best and most popular original rock bands–Gods Children and Klear.
Since 2001, he has been named the top original guitar player five times at the Buffalo Music Awards. Wojick’s songs, have been featured in numerous television shows and films, including “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “X-Files”, “ER”, “Touched by an Angel”, “The Osbournes” and “E True Hollywood Story”, as well as the films “Vegas Vacation”, “The Station Agent” (Miramax), “Man of the House” (Disney) and “A Thousand Acres” (Meryl Streep and Jason Robards), as well as many more.
Bruce has also opened for and shared the stage with The Goo Goo Dolls, Chuck Berry, Kid Rock, Alice Cooper, Government Mule, Puddle of Mudd, Creedance Clearwater (CCR), to name just a few.
In 2009, he decided to go solo and blend rock, soul, country and Americana, to form his own unique style. With the debut release of 99′ With a Bullet (four song EP) in 2010, his first full length self titled record in 2011 and with his band, The Struggle, CD No. 2: Rock-N-Roll Music With An American Heart released in January 2015, he is well on his way and blazing a trail.
Buffalo Place will proudly produce the third annual Queen City Social, beginning on Thursday, June 21st and continuing for eight consecutive Thursdays through August 9th. The free and open-to-the-public happy hour, presented by M&T Bank, will feature all things local, including live local music, local libations, and local bites from Downtown eateries. The series, presented in the heart of Downtown Buffalo at Fountain Plaza (Main at Chippewa Streets), works to create awareness and spin-off business for Downtown restaurants, bars, and retailers.