You can wear a Western hat or Western wear if you like! We’ll have fantastic vittles from Route 96 BBQ, a cash bar, live music by Jim Drew (a Rochester artist who records in Nashville), a presentation on imposter syndrome by Ben Woelk (masked man and STC President), games, and prizes. Tickets are required.
Date And Time
Tue, October 22, 2019
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
Route 96 Party Room
Victor, NY 14564
What to Expect:
Fall festivities with music, mini-presentation, cash bar, games, prizes, and GREAT food!
- Beef Brisket
- Pulled Pork
- Cole Slaw
- Potato Salad
- Deviled Eggs
- Grilled Brussels Sprouts
Who will speak to us:
Ben Woelk will be speaking on “I Shouldn’t Be Here: Experienced Professionals and Imposter Syndrome.” He will also give us an update on the Society for 2019/2020.
Have you ever felt like you didn’t belong in a group of your peers? That you don’t belong in your job and aren’t the expert others think you are? Then you belong in this presentation! Join us as we discuss impostor syndrome—the feeling of self doubt despite your own successes. You’ll learn to identify impostor syndrome, why it afflicts experienced professionals, and strategies to combat it.
Who will serenade us:
Singer, Songwriter, Producer
Jammin Bread Records
Jim will cover ballads and songs from a variety of genres that mention cows, cowboys, cowgirls, or ranges…from Bon Jovi to Gene Autry!
Jim has performed thousands of concerts, mainly in the US, but also in Canada, and Europe (Spain, England, and Germany).
His musical journey started when he was four and got his first guitar. He began playing in venues as a young teen. In college, Jim studied classical music and took formal voice training and then orchestration. (He was thinking at one point of going on for his masters in conducting) but he also had a passion for being a songwriter, which he pursued.
The classical training Jim received increased his knowledge and abilities both in the studio and on the stage. He is now a recording artist, studio musician, arranger, producer, audio engineer, and studio owner who has gleaned respect for his musical arrangements in Nashville, NYC, LA, and beyond.
For our Fall kickoff, Jim will bring soulful acoustic music with a western theme!
- Manumission – Jim Drew & Humble Soul ‘2017
- Perspective Shift – Solo project with Guest Musicians ‘2015
- If Guitars Could Speak Plainly – Jim Drew ’13
- Escape Velocity – Jim Drew & Humble Soul ’07
- If Guitars Could Speak – Jim Drew ’07
- Live At CrossBridge – 1 of 3 lead singers w/GForce ’05
- Someone’s Mona Lisa – Solo project with Guest Musicians ’04
- Sometimes I… – Jim Drew ’02
- Let The Rocks Cry Out – W/ Crossbridge worship band (Jim’s originals) ‘98
- Toys In The River – Solo with Guest Musicians ‘94
- In A Wavering World – Solo with Guest Musicians ‘92
- Blind Man’s Beat – Jim Drew ‘90
Note: Guests on some of these recording projects have included some world-class players/musicians like Tony Hooper and Phil Keaggy on guitar, Emedin Rivera on percussion, and many more talented musicians.
Jim will be recording again in Nashville next month.