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Amy’s Concert Notes 4/12/-4/18/06

Hi, all-

Nothing. Green. Yellow. Houdini daffodils.

On that note, here is this week's listing:

Wes Houston Presents: every Wednesday at 8:30PM on Woodbury Cablevision Channel 20 and Queens Channel 34 

Friday, April 14th at 8PM: MARK ERELLI at the University Cafe. Mark was just fabulous at FMSH a few years back, and doesn't often come around these parts much. I hear he's got a new album out, too. Cool! This is a rare Friday night concert  for this series. The eminent Charlie Backfish hosts. $20/ or $15/ students. Call  631 632-6027 or gpalaia@notes.cc.sunysb.edu for info and reservations.   www.universitycafe.org

Saturday, April 15th at 8PM: GLEN ROETHEL and WALTER SARGENT at The Hard Luck Cafe. Two of the most original songwriters that Long Island has produced: Glen is a wonderful, positive and upbeat performer who truly does appeal to one's higher angels, and Walter defies neat categorization with his quirky and evocative left turns. These two very nicely disprove the notion that there isn't much that's interesting on the local scene. A show not to be missed. The open mic starts at 8PM. The concert will be held at the usual FMSH spot, the Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Dr, Centerport (wheelchair accessible). $8 at the door.  www.fmshny.org or 631 661-1278

Sunday, April 16th at 10AM: LITTLE TOBY WALKER will be Charlie Backfish's in-studio guest on Sunday Street on WUSB 90.1FM

                                                                  Save the date:

Wed Apr 19@8:30PM- CATHY KREGER and What It Iz on Wes Houston Presents, Cablevision Ch. 20 in Nassau and Western Suffolk

Friday Apr 21-EARTHSTOCK at SUNY SB- A celebration of Earth Day, Academic Mall. Campus beautification, live performances on two stages, Native American and Korean Dancing & Drumming, Recycled Art Show

Saturday Apr 22@8:30PM- JACK HARDY at Last Licks Cafe, UUFH, 109 Browns Rd., Huntington. $15. Info: 631 427-9547

Saturday Apr 22@8PM- JAY MANKITAand JOHN BECHOFF at the Songbox in Seaford. $10 goes to the musicians. Email songbox@optonline.net for reservations and  directions.

Sunday Apr 23@2PM- MARY LAMONT Band at Brentwood Public Library, Second Ave., Brentwood. Free. www.marylamont.com

Sunday Apr 23 from 1-6PM- Carnival/concert at SUNY Farmingdale to fight breast cancer w/ SAM TAYLOR, The DEFIBRILLATORS, KILLER JOE & Lido Soul Revue, BIG DADDY & the Bulldogs and BLU-STONE Blues Band. $20 POP ticket pays for all attractions/ 100% of proceeds goes to fight cancer. www.lipulse.com for directions.

Tickets on sale now for:

Sunday Apr 23@4PM-Gift of Life Organ Concert, St. Peter's by the Sea, 500 S. Country Rd, Bay Shore. $20/$15 seniors & students/$10 kids under 13. All proceeds to help a Latin American child travel to Stony Brook University Hospital for open heart surgery. Info: nigel@nigelpotts.com 

Sunday April 23@2PM-TOM RUSSELL at University Cafe. $20/$15 students. Call  631 632-6027 or gpalaia@notes.cc.sunysb.edu for info and reservations.   www.universitycafe.org

Fri April 28@8PM- An Evening of Healing Music with JACK'S WATERFALL, Boulton Center, Bay Shore. $15. Drum Circle at 7PM. 631 969-1101 or www.boultoncenter.org Jack's new CD''The Right Way to be Wrong'' will be available at the show.

Sat May 20@8PM-TOBY WALKER and TOMMY KEYS at Vail-Leavitt Music Hall, Peconic Avenue, Riverhead. $15. Rescheduled from 2/11.  Info: www.littletobywalker.com  tickets: 631 467-4156 or log onto www.ticketweb.com

Stay Tuned,

Amy

concertnotes@optonline.net

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