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Amy’s Music Listings 5/16 – 5/22

Hi, all-

Tympanic torrents, a veil across the newly-greened and bowed boughs.

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

Wednesday at 8:30PM: Wes Houston Presents:
on Woodbury Cablevision Channel 20 – Dave's True Story
and Queens Channel 34 – Tom Griffith

Wednesday, May 17th at 8PM:
JOE SONGWRITER
Acoustic Long Island at Cool Beanz, St. James
556 North Country Rd. (Rte 25A) 1/4 mile east of Lake Ave. opposite Hitherbrook Nursery.
No cover, no minimum, open mic beforehand. 631 862-4111 They also podcast on http://lipodcast.com/acousticcafe/

Friday, May 19th from 7:30 to 9PM:
Open Mic Night
at Huntington Public Library
338 Main St., Huntington Village.
They will provide coffee and snacks; all are welcome.
All open mikers must sign up by calling (631) 427-5165 ext. 222.

also on May 19th at 8PM:
ZOE LEWIS
at Our Times Coffeehouse
Ethical Humanist Society
38 Old Country Rd., Garden City
$15 general, $12 seniors and students. http://www.ourtimescoffeehouse.org/

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

Saturday, May 20th at 8PM:
LARRY MOSER & MARY NAGIN
and ANDREW McKNIGHT
at the Hard Luck Cafe
Blue highways and greener pastures, with a little hammered dulcimer and fiddle tossed into the mix. 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. http://www.fmshny.org/  or 631 661-1278

also on Saturday the 20th at 2PM:
LONESOME TRAVELER
at Islip Public Library. Free. http://islip.suffolk.lib.ny.us/

Sunday, May 21st at 2PM:
The DEFIBRILLATORS
at Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway, Dix Hills. Free.
http://hhhl.suffolk.lib.ny.us/  http://www.thedefibrillators.com/

ongoing until June 3rd:
The Forgotten Garden
New Paintings by Keetae Kim
The Second Avenue Firehouse Gallery and Performance Space 17 Second Avenue, Bay Shore 516 643-2179
Gallery Hours: Sundays noon – 4PM
Opening Reception: Sunday, May 21st 3 – 6PM

Save the date:

Wed May 24@7:30PM- Dylan's 65th Birthday at UCafe w/ Russ Seeger, Larry Kirwan, Terence Martin, Dan Bonis and Ina Mae Wool. $20/ or $15/ students. Call 631 632-6027 or gpalaia@notes.cc.sunysb.edu for info and reservations. http://www.universitycafe.org/

Fri, Sat & Sun May 26-28 – Dynamic Grooves Memorial Weekend Festival at Strawberry Fields, Northport w/ BENNETT HARRIS, TOBY WALKER, ZEN TRICKSTERS, ORIENT POINT SESSIONS and more. 631 742-7421or http://www.dynamicgrooves.com/  

Sat May 27@8PM- WILLOW at Last Licks. UUFH, 109 Browns Rd., Huntington. $10. Open mic at 8. Info: 631 427-9547

Sat May 27@8PM- Final Songbox w/ JAMES O'MALLEY and JIM DEXTER. $10 goes to the artists. songbox@optonline.net  for reservations and directions.

Sat June 3@8PM-FMSH Members' Concert. http://www.fmshny.org/  or 631 425-2925.

Fri June 9@7PM- DIRTY WATER DOGS at East Meadow Town Square. Free.

Sat June 10 from 12-4PM-Buddy Merriam and Backroads at Belmont Stakes, Belmont Racetrack, Elmont. http://www.backroadsbluegrass.com/

Sun June 4@2PM- New York's Most Dangerous Big Band at Bayard Cutting Arboretum. Free concert /$6 per carload to park. 631 224-5420 or http://www.islipartscouncil.org/

Sun June 11@6PM-FAIRPORT CONVENTION at UCafe. $35/ or $30/ students for advance paid reservations. $40 at the door. Call 631 632-6027 or gpalaia@notes.cc.sunysb.edu for info and reservations. http://www.universitycafe.org/

Sat June 24@7PM- Gardeners and 'Gators/ zydeco band T'bazco Road benefit concert for Sophia Garden Learning Center and the New Orleans Musicians Clinic. At Sophia garden. $25. Info: 516 842-6000 x 307

Sun June 25@8PM- CAROLINE DOCTOROW /CD release party, Stephen Talkhouse. 631 267-3117

Tickets on sale now for:

Sat June 17@8PM- JOHN ABERCROMBIE and STEVE SALERNO /jazz guitarists at the Second Avenue Firehouse, Second Avenue between Union and Main St., Bay Shore. $15. http://www.secondavenuefirehouse.com/

Stay Tuned,

Amy

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