Part I

After 10 years of live music, cold drinks and good friends, The Electric Company closed its doors for good on May 12, 2012. In the short film “Last Call,” Utica Firefly takes a fond look back at the popular venue.

Featuring interviews with co-owners Anthony “Zee” Donaldson and Laura Ruberto as well as employees and friends, “Last Call – Part One” traces the beginnings of the Electric Company, notes the EC’s impact on Utica, recalls the good times and the rough patches, and salutes the eclectic clientele that made the Electric Company so unique and well-loved.

Produced, Edited & Filmed by Ryan Miller & Geoff Storm

Part II

The Electric Company was always about the music. “Last Call – Part Two” celebrates the bands that made their mark – and in some cases got their start – on the EC stage. Relive some truly memorable nights through archival footage and exclusive interviews with Al Schnier and Vinnie Amico of moe. and Floodwood, Mecca Bodega’s Marc and Paul Mueller, and Ryan Montbleau.

Last Call Extras

Ryan Montbleau Extended Interview

Falling Off The Stage

Rainbow Young

Ghosts of the EC

Mecca Bodega – 99 Bottles

Birthday Parades

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