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Summer LI Music Listings

Fri June 30 Singer Songwriter Gathering Little Toby Walker, Martha Trachtenberg, Tom Griiffith, & John-Flor Sisante    South Huntington Library

Fri June 30 Singer Songwriter Gathering featuring: Little Toby Walker, Martha Trachtenberg, Tom Griffith, & John-Flor Sisante, 7p South Huntington Library http://shpl.suffolk.lib.ny.us/ Free Admission! Pidgeon Hill Rd, Huntington Station (Between Jericho Tpke & Old Country Road- Exit 41 on Northern State Prkway-Wolf Hill Road)

Fri July 7 The American Brass Sextet, a Civil War brass band

Weekly Friday night concerts in July

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Little Toby Walker            Various

Guitar Lessons Given Every Monday Thru Wednesday Evening

Fri June 30 7p Singer Songwriter gathering featuring: Little Toby Walker, Martha Tractenburg, Tom Griiffith, and John-Flor Sisante, South Huntington Library Free Admission!

Sat July 8 Little Toby Walker CHECK 6p Riverhead Blues Festival, Vail Levitt Theater Riverhead LI NY

Thurs July 13 Huntington Summer Arts Festival Long Island Roots Music featuring Little Toby Walker and Miller’s Crossing 8:30 p Huntington NY

Sat Aug 12 6:30p Little Toby Walker Westhampton Free Library Westhampton NY 631 288 3335

Sat Aug 19 Little Toby Walker Warwick Winery Blues Festival Details TBA Warwick, NY

Sun Aug 20 Little Toby Walker Free Summer Sunday Concert Series 2p Islip Arts Council 631 224 5420 Outdoor Concert Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River

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Islip Arts Council’s  Free Summer Sun Bayard Cutting Arboretum & Tues Bay Shore Band Shell Concert Series

Sun July 2 Richie Iacona Trio featuring Madeline Kole 2p Sunday Free Concerts at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River

Tues July 4 Paddy Doyle’s Boots 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

Sun July 9 Cathy Kreger & What It Iz 2p Sunday Free Concerts at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River

Tues July 11 Little Brass Band 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

Tues July 18 Rebecca Hall, Ken Anderson & Suzanne Mueller 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

Sun July 23 Homegrown String Band 2p Sunday Free Concerts at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River, Islip Arts Council Summer Concert Series, Islip NY * our set 2pm * 631-224-5420

Tues July 25 Long Island Tuba Quartet 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

Sun July 30 Swingtime 2p Sunday Free Concerts at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River

Tues Aug 1 Terry Nova Band 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

Sun Aug Aug 6 The Long Island Brass Guild 2p Sunday Free Concerts at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River

Tues Aug 8 Martha Trachtenberg & Tom Griffith 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

Sun Aug13 Marty Winkler & Dan Ferrante 2p Sunday Free Concerts at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River

Tues Aug 15 Shenole Latimer Band 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

Sun Aug 20 Little Toby Walker 2p Sunday Free Concerts at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River

Tues Aug 22 Glen Roethel 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

Sun Aug 27 ESSENtial featuring Giovanni von Essen 2p Sunday Free Concerts at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River

Tues Aug 29 The Lone Sharks 12:30p Free Concerts Bay Shore Band Shell, Main Street

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Sat July 1 J.D. Allen Trio, w/ Shenole Latimer Quartet opening 8:30p Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival Heckscher Park, Huntington 631-271-8423 x5, weather x4

 

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Sat July 8 inc Little Toby Walker, & Sun July 9       Riverhead Blues Festival

Sat July 8, & Sun July 9 Riverhead Blues Festival www.rbf2006.com   

Sat July 8, Little Toby Walker Blues Festival   Vail Levitt Theater

Sat July 8   Main Stage– 11a-11:50p Blue Roots; 12:10-1p Joe Vicino & The Smokedaddys; 1:20-2:10p Pamela Betti & The Bluebloods; 2:30-3:20p The Hackensack Men; 3:40p-4:30p Frank Latorre & The King Bees; 4:50p-5:40p Bobby Nathan; 6p – 6:50p Hooch & The Bluesicians; 7:10-8p Sam Taylor 8:20-9:10p David Maxwell; 9:30-11p Little Charlie & The Nightcats:   Vail-Leavitt Music Hall– 11:30a-12:20p Keith Harden; 12:40-1:30p MacHooch (Bruce MacDonald & Hooch); 1:50-2:40p Gail Storm; 3-3:50pm Cadillac Moon; 4:10-5p Kane Daily; 5:20-6:10p Lex Grey & The Urban Pioneers; 6:30-7:20p Little Toby Walker www.littletobywalker.com; 7:40-8:30p Tommy Keys:    Club 91– 12 Noon-12:50p Who Are Those Guys; 1:30-2:20p Sweet Suzi & The Blues Experience; 3-3:50p Doug “Harmonica” McLean; 4:30-5:20p Andre & The Night Hounds; 6-6:50p Dog House Blues Band; 7:30-8:20p The Bennett Harris Band.

 

Sun July 9 Main Stage– 12 Noon-12:50p Tbone & Franny Mae; 1:10-2p RBS Gospel Choir; 2:20-3:10p Little Cliff & The Cliffhangers; 3:30-4:20p Kerry Kearney; 4:45-6p Mose Allison:   Vail-Leavitt Music Hall– 12:15-1:05p The Alexis P Suter Band; 1:30-2:20p The Mojo’s; 2:40-3:30p American Primitive String Band (K Holly, K Korb, D Harris); 3:50-4:40p Sunnyland:    Club 91– 12:30-1:20p N.R.G. (New Rhythm Groove); 1:45-2:35p Boom Boom Johnson; 3-3:50p Robert Ross Duo.

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Blacklisted and the Banned (Sonny Meadows, Bob Westcott, Bob Campbell, Jon Foreman & Robert Langley)

Sat July 8 Blacklisted and the Banned (Sonny Meadows, Bob Westcott, Bob Campbell, Jon Foreman & Robert Langley) Playing Progressive Topical Music To Rattle Cages Across The Empire Fundraiser for Physicians Without Borders CHECK 7p Boulton Center, Main St, Bay Shore $18

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Sunny Meadows, Jorge Renderos, Ruby & The Rednecks, & The Hudson Dusters         Health Care For Everyone Concert & Speakers’ Event!      The Boulton Center

Sat July 8 Health Care For Everyone Concert & Speakers’ Event! Sunny Meadows, Americana; Jorge Renderos, Spanish Folk; Ruby & The Rednecks, Oldies Rock & Comedy, The Hudson Dusters, Roots Blues/Rock And Speakers From: American Medical Student Association (AMSA), Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP), Healthcare-NOW!. Long Island Coalition For A National Health Plan, Long Island Council of Churches, Long Island Labor/Religion Coalition , Veterans For Peace CHECK 7:30p The Boulton Center For The Performing Arts, 37 W. Main Street, Bay Shore, Long Island, NY $18 B.C.# 631-969-1101

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Sat July 8 Golden Group Memories, Bank of America sponsor 8:30p Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival Heckscher Park, Huntington

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 Sun July 9 Pete Morton          Sunday Street/WUSB University Cafe Series

Sun July 9 Pete Morton 7p ($15/$10 students) 

Sunday Street/WUSB University Cafe Series  WUSB 90.1FM Stony Brook Univ  (The University Cafe Reservations/information: gpalaia@notes.cc.sunysb.edu 631-632-6027. Artist inquiries are welcome at SundayStreetWUSB@aol.com. Information about the venue itself can be found at www.universitycafe.org)

Sun July 9 Pete Morton 7p ($15/$10 students)

Radio Sun July 9 Pete Morton visits with Charlie Backfish on Sunday Street Pete will be in-studio guest before appearing at The University Cafe in our Summer Evening Acoustic Concerts that evening at 7p.  Sunday Street 9-11:30a WUSB FM90.1 www.wusb.org

Sun Aug 13 Lisa Moscatiello w/ Fred Lieder, w/ James O’Malley opening 7p ($15/$10 students)

Fall season:

Sun Sep 17 – Diana Jones/Tim Grimm (co-bill) 2p ($20/$15 students)

Radio Sun Sept 17 Diana Jones & Tim Grimm will visit with Charlie Backfish on Sunday Street prior to an afternoon split bill at The University Cafe at 2p.  Diana Jones & Tim Grimm will be in-studio guests before appearing at The University Cafe Sunday that afternoon  Sunday Street 9-11:30a WUSB FM90.1 www.wusb.org

Sun Oct 8 Acoustic Strawbs 2p ($35, $30 students)

Sun Oct 22 Lynn Miles 2p ($20, $15 students)

Sun Nov 5 Eric Andersen 2p ($25, $20 students)

Sun Nov 12 John Wesley Harding 2p ($20, $15 students)

Radio Sun Nov 12 John Wesley Harding will be in-studio guest on Sunday Street  before appearing at The University Cafe in our Summer Evening Acoustic Concerts that afternoon at 2p Sunday Street 9-11:30a WUSB FM90.1 www.wusb.org  

Sun Dec 3 Co-bill of Antje Duvekot and Anais Mitchell

Sun Dec 10 Brooks Williams

Sun July 9: Plaza Theatrical Productions, “The Music Man“, Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival 8:30p Heckscher Park, Huntington

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Tues July 11 Patricia Shih & her 4-piece Band     Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival

Tues July 11: Patricia Shih & her 4-piece Band (including herself). 7:30p Arrow Electronics “It’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location, Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival, Harry Chapin Stage Heckscher Park, Huntington  http://huntingtonarts.org/ 631-271-8423 x5, weather x4

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Thurs July 13: Long Island Roots Music” Featuring Little Toby Walker and Millers Crossing w/ Joe DeVito, Laff-Off Comedian Opening , 8:30p Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival

Thurs July 13: Long Island Roots Music” Featuring Little Toby Walker and Millers Crossing w/ Joe DeVito, Laff-Off Comedian Opening , 8:30p Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival, Harry Chapin Stage Heckscher Park, Huntington

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Sat July 15 Sun July 16 Vintage Boat Show & Old-Timers Regatta   Sat Aug 26 & Sun Augt 27 Seafood Festival & Craft Show     Long Island Maritime Museum

Long Island Maritime Museum, 86 West Ave, West Sayville LI NY (631) HISTORY 631-447-8679, South of Montauk Highway 27-A, West Sayville, adjacent to the County Golf Course, on West Ave www.limaritime.org  (Strike the Bell [Judith Zweiman & Stuart Markuswww.StrikeTheBell.com is the resident Sea Chanteyist. Come see other fine performers also!)

Sat July 15 Sun July 16 Vintage Boat Show & Old-Timers Regatta 10-4p Long Island’s finest antique and classic boats and engines; the Museum’s vast collection of historic vessels; Sea Chantey Bands; food and lots of fun!  On Sat Old-Timers Regatta on the Great South Bay and on Sun a Rowing Regatta!!!

Sat Aug 26 & Sun Augt 27 Seafood Festival & Craft Show Gates 10a-5p. food vendors until 6p and great entertainment until 7p. Arts, crafts, great entertainment and of course… Seafood!

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The Homegrown String Band    Various Festivals

Sat July 15 The Homegrown String Band, East Hampton Historical Society, East Hampton LI NY

Wed July 19 The Homegrown String Band ArtSPArk Summer Concert Series, Sharon Springs Citizens Council of the Arts, Sharon Springs NY * 7pm

Sat July 22 Long Island Bluegrass Festival 12-8p, The Homegrown String Band 2p with David Grisman, Freegrass Union, Backroads, and more, Tanner Park, Copiague LI NY

Sun July 23 The Homegrown String Band 2p Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Islip Arts Council Summer Concert Series, Islip NY 631-224-5420

Sat Sept 9 & Sun Sept 10 The Homegrown String Band, Brookhaven Country Fair,12-4p, Longwood Estates, Ridge LI NY

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Sat July 22 Fourth Annual Long Island Bluegrass Festival David Grisman Bluegrass Experience, Buddy Merriam & Back Roads, Heavy Traffic, Dune Grass

, Basket Landing, Free Grass Union, Brewflies and more Babylon Arts Council

Sat July 22 Fourth Annual Long Island Bluegrass Festival David Grisman Bluegrass Experience, Buddy Merriam & Back Roads, Heavy Traffic, Dune Grass, Basket Landing, Free Grass Union, Brewflies and more 12-8p Babylon Arts Council www.babylonarts.com/Bluegrass.htm

631-587-3696 On the Great South Bay, Tanner Park, Copiague, NY

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Fri July 28 Ravi Coltrane Quartet 8:30p Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival Heckscher Park, Huntington

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Sat July 29 Emeline Michel An Evening of Haitian Music” w/ Buyu Ambroise & The Blues in Red Band opening 8:30p Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival Heckscher Park, Huntington

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Fri Aug 4 Wonderous Stories, Pink Floyd’s, ‘Dark Side of the Moon‘, Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival 8:30p Heckscher Park, Huntington

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Thurs Aug 10 Klezmatics, Philips-Boyne sponsor, Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival 8:30p Heckscher Park, Huntington

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Fri Aug 11 Richard Joo, The Classical Music of Billy Joel, Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival 8:30p Heckscher Park, Huntington

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Sat Aug 12 John Hammond w/ Red Molly Opening First Annual Huntington Folk Festival, + Judith Zweiman; Michelle Monte; Steve Chizmadia; Jim Tepe; Martha Trachtenberg & Tom Griffith + Janice Buckner; Paul Helou; Mike Soloway  Huntington Arts Council’s Summer Festival: Folk Music Society of Huntington

Sat Aug 12 First Annual Huntington Folk Festival, John Hammond w/ Red Molly Opening 8p Harry Chapin StageWorkshops start at 1p; Folk dancing; Songwriting by ISS (Island Songwriters Showcase); Blues guitar  Multiple stages – Booths for Music Organizations  Open folk jam 1-5:30p.  Children’s music on Harry Chapin Stage 1-2:30p: Janice Buckner; Paul Helou; Mike Soloway  Other Children’s activities 2:30-5:30p.  Live music on Harry Chapin Stage 2:30-5:30p: Judith Zweiman; Michelle Monte; Steve Chizmadia; Jim Tepe; Martha Trachtenberg & Tom Griffith.   Heckscher Park, Huntington LI NY. A whole day in the Huntington Arts Council’s Summer Festival: Folk Music Society of Huntington www.fmshny.org 631-425-2925 Summer-Festival-Info@fmshny.org the Huntington Arts Council http://huntingtonarts.org/ 631-271-8423 x5, weather x4 Free       Supper break: No food or beverages sold at event … bring your own or use the nearby restaurants

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Paumanauke Pow-Wow    Tanner Park  Babylon Arts Council

Sat Aug 12 & Sun Aug 13  Paumanauke Pow-Wow: A celebration of people, gathered in honor of Native American culture. Rated the “Best Hobbyist Pow Wow in the Nation” by “The Spike“, this August festival offers the public an opportunity to be immersed in Native American culture, sample Native food, costumes, arts, crafts, song and dance. A major portion of the proceeds provide Native American Scholarship awards. Tanner Park  Babylon Arts Council www.babylonarts.com/Bluegrass.htm 631-587-3696 On the Great South Bay, Tanner Park, Copiague, NY

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Tues Aug 15 Brady Rymer, “Rock and Roll for Kids” 7:30p Arrow ElectronicsIt’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location, Huntington Arts Council’s FREE Summer Festival Heckscher Park, Huntington http://huntingtonarts.org/ 631-271-8423 x5, weather x4

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Sun Aug 20 Sunday in the Park, art, music and poetry www.northportarts.org Northport Park

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Sun Aug 27 The (22nd) Long Island Fiddle and Folk Festival Jay Ungar, Molly Mason, Little Toby Walker, Buddy Merriam & Back Roads and Sean Quinn & The Quinn Brothers. at The Long Island Museum, Stony Brook presented /w Long Island Traditional Music Assoc

Sun Aug 27 The (22nd) Long Island Fiddle and Folk Festival Jay Ungar, Molly Mason, Little Toby Walker www.littletobywalker.com; Buddy Merriam & Back Roads and Sean Quinn & The Quinn Brothers. at The Long Island Museum, Stony Brook presented /w Long Island Traditional Music Assoc www.litma.org

Typically starts at 11:30a although they advertise 12 Noon

Is usually live on Radio WUSB FM90.1 and some of the performers may visit with Charlie Backfish earlier on Sunday Street prior to The (22nd) Long Island Fiddle and Folk FestivalSunday Street 9-11:30a WUSB FM90.1 www.wusb.org

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Thurs Aug 31 Harry Chapin Tribute Concert Lots of Long Island’s top singer-songwriters raising food & cash for charities founded by beloved activist-performer Harry Chapin    Nassau County Parks Dept   You bring food and cash!

Thurs Aug 31 Harry Chapin Tribute Concert Many of Long Island’s top singer-songwriters raising food and cash for charities founded by beloved activist-performer Harry Chapin organized by Stuart Markus and sponsored by the Nassau County Parks Dept. www.nassaucountyny.gov/official/county/agencies/Parks

Doug Kwartler www.dougmusic.com & Seth Davis www.sethdavis.com; Doc Butler www.docbutler.com & JC Cob; Cathy Kreger www.cathykreger.com & Jaimy Betty; SpoonWalk (Ramona Spooney & Frank Walker) www.spoonwalk.com; Sonny Meadows www.sonnymeadows.com, Sonny Speed & Bob Langley (of The Defibrillators www.thedefibrillators.com); Glen Roethel; Folk Fiction; Jim Dexter (WUSB 90.1FM Tuesdays 7-9am ); Marci Geller www.marcigeller.com; Terry Winchell & Susanne Mueller; Mike Soloway; Judith Zweiman (of Strike the Bell www.StrikeTheBell.com); Debra Lynne www.debralynne.com & Chris Tursi; Kenny Forgione (of the band Wonderous Stories),  & Mark Bonder; Martha Trachtenberg & Tom Griffith www.momandpoprecords.com; MediaCrime; Barry Kornhauser; and Stuart Markus (of Strike the Bell www.StrikeTheBell.com).

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Every Week (Check summer schedule)

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Urban Mic Night! Feature poet or musician,  Host Scott B. MacDonald

Every Mon Urban Mic Night! Feature poet or musician, Open mic for poets and songwriters, Host Huntington Guitar Maker Scott B. MacDonald, Original poems and songs encouraged, all are welcome! 8-10p  Urban Coffee in the Book Revue in Huntington Village, LI NY

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Featured Performer Open mic The Acoustic Café at Cool Beanz: Hosted by David Dircks & Ron DiGennaro:

Every Wed Featured Performer following Open mic The Acoustic Café at Cool Beanz: Hosted by David Dircks & Ron DiGennaro: LI Podcast 8p Cool Beanz Cafe (Coffee House), 556 North Country Road (Rte 25A), St. James, 11780 (Just East of Lake Ave.)

Entire evening is recorded and archived at: www.lipodcast.com\acousticcafe .

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Open Mic Host Gary Ivan

Every Thurs Open Mic Host Gary Ivan 7:30-10p The Cooke’s Inn, 767 New York Ave, Huntington LI NY 631-424-2181 It is a great place, with the best Caribbean, cajun, /southern and soul food specialties. The owner (Jaunita Cooke is a long time participant in the Folk Music Society of Huntington, untill she had to be at the restaurant every Saturday) will have an appetizer and dessert menu too for these nights, as well as the bar, coffee and desserts $5 minimum per person

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Samantha’s Lill Bit of Heaven

Fri & Sat featured performances Samantha’s Lill Bit of Heaven www.lilbitofheaven.org Coffee House, 287 Larkfield Rd, East Northport LI NY   631-262-1212  Call to check performers & music type

Check Open Mike one Thurs  perhaps first Thurs

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 Michele Monté

 

Every Fri Michele Monté http://www.michelemonte.com set followed by Open Mike 8-11p East Enders Coffee Shop, 40 East Main Street, Riverhead LI NY 631-727-2656

 

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Paradise Fellowship Coffee House

 

Every Fri Paradise Fellowship Coffee House United Church of Christ, Rte. 112 North to 25 East (631) 384-1102  Call to check performers & music type

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If you do not receive “Amy’s music infoconcertnotes@optonline.net you should send your Email address to her. Amy’s list of music performances is weekly.

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To receive occasional LI Folk Music Email rdebruin@suffolk.lib.ny.us

 


Nassau County Department of Parks, Recreation and Museums 2006 Eisenhower Park Lakeside Theatre Summer Schedule

Nassau County Department of Parks, Recreation and Museums 2006 Eisenhower Park Lakeside Theatre Summer Schedule http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/   http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/agencies/Parks/index.html

To get to Eisenhower Park, take the Meadowrook Parkway to exit 3 (Stewart Avenue) or exit 4 (Hempstead Turnpike). All evening concerts and movies are held at the Lakeside Theatre.  Concerts begin at 7:30 unless otherwise noted; movies begin at dusk. For these events use Parking Fields 6 & 6A.

All noontime concerts are held in the shady area near Parking Fields 6 & 6A. A Leisure Passport is required.

Nassau County and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Museums would like to thank Canon U.S.A. of Lake Success for its commitment to Long Islanders, through its longstanding sponsorship of our summer concert series.

Sat July 1 Commerce Bank Show & Fireworks

Sun July 2 Turkish American Night

Mon July 3 North Shore Pops

Wed July 5 “Swing Street” Noontime Concert

Thurs July 6 “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Movie Night

Fri July 7 Senior “Pops” Orchestra

Sat July 8 “Best of Broadway” Variety Night

Sun July 9 Greek American Night

Mon July 10 German American Night

Wed July 12 Warren Schein “Tribute to Mel Torme” Noontime Concert (Requires NC Leisure Passport)

Thurs July 13″Singin’ in the Rain” Movie Night

Fri July 14 “Glass Houses” tribute to Billy Joel featuring “Tauk

Sat July 15 Mix 102.7FM Concert in the Park

Sun July 16 Polish American Night

Mon July 17 To Be Announced

Wed July 19 “The Day Trippers” tribute to the Beatles Noontime Concert (Requires NC Leisure Passport)

Thurs July 20 “The Philadelphia Story” Movie Night

Fri July 21 “Music Man” by Plaza Productions

Sat July 22 Variety Night

Sun July 23 African American Night

Mon July 24 Hispanic American Night

Wed July 26 “Vickie Smith” tribute to Ella Fitzgerald Noontime Concert (Requires NC Leisure Passport)

Thurs July 27 “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” Movie Night

Fri July 28 Jazz / Variety Night

Sat July 29 “Celtic Journey II

Sun July 30 Korean American Night

Wed August 2 “Power Play” (Classic Rock) Noontime Concert

Thurs Aug 3 “Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire” Movie Night

Fri Aug 4 Jazz / Variety Night

Sat Aug 5 “Salute to Vets” Showcase featuring The Kingston Trio(6:45 PM)

Sun Aug 6 Chinese American Night

Mon Aug 7 Irish American Night

Wed Aug 9 “Al Miller Big Band” Noontime Concert (Requires NC Leisure Passport)

Thurs Aug 10 “Dreamer” Movie Night

Fri Aug 11 To Be Announced

Sat Aug 12 “Diddydoodle” Pajama Party (6:30 PM)

Sun Aug 13 Pakistani American Night

Mon Aug 14 Israel American Night

Wed Aug 16 “SixGun” (Country) Noontime Concert (Requires NC Leisure Passport)

Thurs Aug 17 “Madagascar” Movie Night

Fri Aug 18 Jazz / Variety Night

Sat Aug 19 Long Island Philharmonic

Sun Aug 20 Armenian American Night

Mon Aug 21 Ukrainian American Night

Thurs Aug 24 “King Kong” (2005) Movie Night

Fri Aug 25 “Little Shop of Horrors” by Cultural Arts Playhouse

Sun Aug 27 Indian American Night

Mon Aug 28 Scandinavian American Night

Thurs Aug 31 Harry Chapin Tribute Many of Long Island’s top singer-songwriters raising food and cash for charities founded by beloved activist-performer Harry Chapin organized by Stuart Markus and sponsored by the Nassau County Parks Dept. www.nassaucountyny.gov/official/county/agencies/Parks

Doug Kwartler www.dougmusic.com & Seth Davis www.sethdavis.com; Doc Butler www.docbutler.com & JC Cob; Cathy Kreger www.cathykreger.com & Jaimy Betty; SpoonWalk (Ramona Spooney & Frank Walker) www.spoonwalk.com; Sonny Meadows www.sonnymeadows.com, Sonny Speed & Bob Langley (of The Defibrillators www.thedefibrillators.com); Glen Roethel; Folk Fiction; Jim Dexter (WUSB 90.1FM Tuesdays 7-9am ); Marci Geller www.marcigeller.com; Terry Winchell & Susanne Mueller; Mike Soloway; Judith Zweiman (of Strike the Bell www.StrikeTheBell.com); Debra Lynne www.debralynne.com & Chris Tursi; Kenny Forgione (of the band Wonderous Stories),  & Mark Bonder; Martha Trachtenberg & Tom Griffith www.momandpoprecords.com; MediaCrime; Barry Kornhauser; and Stuart Markus (of Strike the Bell www.StrikeTheBell.com).

Fri Sept 1 Dean Karahalis & the Concert Pops Orchestra Sat Sept 2 “Reach for the StarsTeen Talent Contest Finals

 

 


Town of Oyster Bay 2006 Music Under the StarsTown of Oyster Bay

2006 Music Under the StarsTown of Oyster Bay http://oysterbaytown.com/index.asp Monday – Saturday at 8p (No shows on Sunday) Wed July 5 – the Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra 8p Town of Oyster Bay

http://oysterbaytown.com/index.asp Stillwell Woods Park, SyossetThurs July 6 – (7 PM. Start) Phil Costa & the Something Special Big Band, John F. Kennedy Middle School, Bethpage

Fri July 7 – Sound on Sound Music – “Music for all ages”, Tappen Beach, Glenwood Landing

Sat July 8 – Kenny Vance & the Planotones, Hit Song: “Looking For An Echo”, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

July 10 – Plaza Theatrical Productions, The Broadway Hit Musical “Music Man”, 8p Town of Oyster Bay http://oysterbaytown.com/index.asp Ellsworth Allen Town Park, FarmingdaleJuly 11 – Loverboy, “Music of the 80’s”, Hit song: “Heaven in Your Eyes”, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

July 12 – the Duprees Hit Songs: “You Belong To Me” “Have You Heard”, Stillwell Woods Park, Syosset

July 13 – Paula Atherton & Interplay “A Night of Jazz Music”, John F. Kennedy Middle School, Bethpage

July 14 – the Nelson Riddle Orchestra, “Music of the 40’s – 80’s”, Tappen Beach, Glenwood Landing

July 15 – (70’s Diva Night) France Jolie &Evelyn Champagne King & “Former Lead Singers of Chic”, Norma-jean Wright & Luci Martin, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

July 17 – Michael Andrew & Swinger Head, “Frank Sinatra Tribute”, Ellsworth Allen Town Park, Farmingdale

July 18 – the Marshall Tucker Band, “Southern Rock Music”, Hit Song: “Heard it in a love song”, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

July 19 – the Four Lads, Hit Song: “Moments to Remember” & THE FOUR ACES, Hit Song: “Love Is A Many Splendid Thing”, Stillwell Woods Park, Syosset

July 20 – “A Night of Irish Music”, Andy Cooney & His Band, John F. Kennedy Middle School, Bethpage

July 21 – Time Was, “Performing Golden Oldies from The 50’s To the Present”, Theodore Roosevelt Beach, Oyster Bay

July 22 – Bobby Vinton Live in concert, His legendary hit songs have become Classics: Roses Are Red; Blue Velvet; Mr. Lonely; Melody of Love & many more. A show business great. The total Entertainer. If You Have Never Seen Bobby Vinton, You Have never been entertained, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

July 24 – Damian, “A Night of Comedy & Music”, Ellsworth Allen Town Park, Farmingdale

July 25 – Connie Francis, (The Legend Continues) Hit Songs: “Who’s Sorry Now”, “Where the Boys Are”, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

July 26 – Big Shot (Billy Joel Tribute Band), Stillwell Woods Park, Syosset

July 27 – Joe Battaglia & The New York Big Band, (7:00 P.M. START), H.B. Mattlin Middle School, Plainview

July 28 – The Cast of Beatlemania “Recreating The Sights & Sounds of The Beatles”, Hicksville High School Field, Hicksville

July 29 – Starship Featuring Mickey Thomas, Gold Record: “We Built This City”, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

July 31 – Dean Karahalis & The Concert Pops of Long Island, Ellsworth Allen Town Park, Farmingdale

Aug 1 – “Salute to America”, (7:45 P.M. Start Time) Lee Greenwood, Hit Song: “God Bless The USA” & Fireworks By Grucci, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

Aug 2 – Lil’ Cliff & The Cliffhangers, “Swinging Blues”, H.B. Mattlin Middle School, Plainview

Aug 3 – King Kai & the Creoles “Recreating The Sights And Sounds Of Elvis”, John F. Kennedy Middle School, Bethpage

Aug 4 – Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge, Hit Songs: “Worst That Could Happen” “Welcome Me Love” & CHAMPAGNE “Acappella Music”, Hicksville High School Field, Hicksville

August 5 – (Music of The 50’s & 60’s), the Fireflies, Hit Song: “You Were Mine” & The Precisions, Stehli Beach, Bayville

August 7 – The Mary Lamont Band, “A Real Country Music Treat”, H.B. Mattlin Middle School, Plainview

August 8 – The Temptations, Hit Song: “My Girl” & The Encounters “Acappella Music”, John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa

August 9 – The Nite Life, “Playing music from the 50’s – 90’s”, Theodore Roosevelt Beach, Oyster Bay

August 10 – The Lew Picardi Orchestra (7:00 P.M. START), Hicksville High School Field, Hicksville

August 11th 8:30 p.m. Movies by Moonlight “Madagascar”, H.B. Mattlin Middle School, Plainview

August 12th 8:30 p.m. Movies by Moonlight “Ice Age – the Meltdown”, Marjorie R. Post Park, Massapequa

Please Note: Programs are subject to change. Outdoor performances only. No Rain Facilities.

DIRECTIONS:1. JOHN F. KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL – BROADWAY, BETHPAGE:  From the North – Long Island Expressway to Exit 44S (Route 135 Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway) to Exit 9 (Broadway exit) and make right onto Broadway. Merge left continuing on Broadway 1/4 mile; school entrance will be on the left.

From the South – Southern State Parkway to Exit 28A North (Route 135,Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway) to Exit 9 (Plainview Road) and turn left onto Broadway. Stay left and continue on Broadway for approximately 1/4 mile. School entrance will be on the left.

2. ELLSWORTH W. ALLEN TOWN PARK – HEISSER LANE, FARMINGDALE:  From North – Long Island Expressway to Exit 44S (Route135, Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway) to Exit 7E (Hempstead Turnpike) or Southern State Parkway to Exit 28A North (Route 135 Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway) from the South to Exit 7E (Hempstead Turnpike). Proceed East under railroad bridge to 1st traffic light past bridge. Turn right onto Merritts Road. Follow approximately 1 mile to Motor Ave. Turn left (less than 1/4 mile) to park entrance on left.

3. H. B. MATTLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL – WASHINGTON AVE., PLAINVIEW:   Long Island Expressway to Exit 44S (Route 135, Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway) to Exit 10 East (Old Country Road ). Continue East on Old Country Road and turn left onto Manetto Hill Road. Bear right at fork in the road to Washington Avenue. Proceed approximately 1/4 mile to school entrance on the right.

4. HICKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FIELD – NEWBRIDGE ROAD ENTRANCE:   Long Island Expressway to Exit 41S to Route 107 Broadway, turn onto Old Country Road to travel West. Continue to Newbridge Road. Turn left (South) to Hicksville High School field on East side of road.

5. JOHN J. BURNS TOWN PARK – MERRICK ROAD, MASSAPEQUA:  Long Island Expressway to Exit 44S (Route 135, Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway) to Exit 1, Merrick Road East (last exit). Travel East on Merrick Rd. for approximately 4 miles to the park.

6. MARJORIE R. POST COMMUNITY PARK – UNQUA ROAD, MASSAPEQUA:  Long Island Expressway to Exit 44S (Route 135, Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway) to Exit 1 (last Exit, Merrick Road East), proceed approximately 5 miles East on Merrick Road to Unqua Road. Turn left on Unqua Road. Park is on the left

7. STILLWELL WOODS PARK – SOUTHWOODS ROAD, WOODBURY:  Long Island Expressway to Exit 44N (Route 135, Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway) to Exit 14E Woodbury (Route 25, Jericho Turnpike). Proceed east on Jericho Turnpike to 3rd traffic light. Turn left onto Southwoods Road. Proceed north for about one mile, the park is on your right across from Syosset High School.

8. TAPPEN BEACH – SHORE ROAD, GLENWOOD LANDING:  Long Island Expressway or Northern State, etc. to Route 107 North. Proceed on Route 107 (which becomes Cedar Swamp Road) for several miles. Turn left onto Glenwood Road (Glen Head Road). Cross Glen Cove Road and Glen Cove Avenue and proceed to Shore Road. Turn right onto Shore Road to Tappen Beach, park is 1/4 mile on left.

9. THEODORE ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL TOWN PARK – OYSTER BAY:  Long Island Expressway to Exit 41N to Route 106N to Audrey Avenue. Turn left and proceed three blocks to Larrabee Avenue. Turn right into the parking lot.

10. STEHLI BEACH – BAYVILLE AVENUE, BAYVILLE:  Long Island Expressway to Exit 41N to Route 106 North to West Main Street. Turn left onto West Main Street. Continue on West Main Street which turns into West Shore Drive (along Oyster Bay Harbor) to the end. Make a left onto Bayville Road/Bayville Avenue and proceed to beach entrance on the right. Continue to entrance booth.

For additional information, call 516-797-7900


41st Annual Huntington Summer Arts Festival 2006

41st Annual Huntington Summer Arts Festival:

2006 SCHEDULE

http://huntingtonarts.org/ 631-271-8423 x5, weather x4

All performances are FREE to the public!

All shows begin at 8:30pm

Friday, June 30: The Dance Theatre Company & the Red Hot Mamas

Saturday, July 1: J.D. Allen Trio, Opening act: Shenole Latimer Quartet

Sunday, July 2: Merian Soto Dance Company – “Three Branch Songs” New York State DanceForce sponsor

Tuesday, July 4: Hudson Vagabond Puppets, “Monkey See, Monkey Do” 7:30 p.m.  Arrow Electronics “It’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location

Wednesday, July 5: Huntington Community Band, “American Dream”  Special guest conductor, Allison Scilla

Thursday, July 6: Huntington Choral Society

Thursday, July 6: Northport Community Band, Northport Gazebo

Friday, July 7: Plena Libre

Saturday, July 8: Golden Group Memories, Bank of America sponsor

Sunday, July 9: Plaza Theatrical Productions, “The Music Man”

Tuesday, July 11: Patricia Shih, 7:30 p.m. Arrow Electronics “It’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location

Wednesday, July 12: Huntington Community Band, “Around the World and Back in One Evening” Special guests, the L.I. Tuba Quartet, Special guest conductor Robert Krueger

* 7:15 p.m. – Pre-concert recital at the Heckscher Museum featuring the L.I. Tuba Quartet

Thursday, July 13: “Long Island Roots Music” Featuring ‘Little Toby Walker’ and ‘Millers Crossing’ Opening act: Joe DeVito, Laff-Off Comedian

Thursday, July 13: Northport Community Band, Northport Gazebo

Friday, July 14: Antares

Saturday, July 15: Niyaz

Sunday, July 16: North Shore Pops

Tuesday, July 18: Samite of Uganda, 7:30 p.m.  Arrow Electronics “It’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location

Wednesday, July 19: Huntington Community Band, “Under the Stars”  Includes the return of HCB Music Director Laureate, Robert V. Domencetti.

*7:15 p.m. – Pre-concert recital at the Heckscher Museum – musicians TBA.

Thursday, July 20: Isotope Stompers

Thursday, July 20: Northport Community Band, Northport Gazebo

Friday, July 21: Circle of Dance Repertory Company,  with Centro Coregrafico di Danza from Rome, Italy

Saturday, July 22: Sean Grace Band with Dave Valentin

Sunday, July 23: Sol y Sombra Spanish Dance Company, “Flamenco Caliente”

Tuesday, July 25: Geist, “A One Man Detour to Hilarity!” 7:30 p.m.  Arrow Electronics “It’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location

Wednesday, July 26: Huntington Community Band, “Encore, encore!”

*7:15 p.m. – Pre-concert recital at the Heckscher Museum – musicians TBA.

Thursday, July 27: Township Theatre Group , “All in the Timing”

Thursday, July 27: Northport Community Band, Northport Gazebo

Friday, July 28: Ravi Coltrane Quartet

Saturday, July 29: Emeline Michel “An Evening of Haitian Music” Opening act: Buyu Ambroise & The Blues in Red Band

Sunday, July 30: Long Island Dance Consortium Summer Showcase

Featuring: ASEID Contemporary Dance Company,  Nassau BOCES Cultural Arts Center Repertory Dance Company,  Variations Dance Company, Long Island Dance Company,  Nryita Saagaram Dance Academy and Nassau Dance Centre

Tuesday, August 1: Michel Lane Trautman, 7:30 p.m.  Arrow Electronics “It’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location

Wednesday, August 2: Nassau Pops, Daniel Gale sponsor

Thursday, August 3: The Stanton Anderson Band, co-presented with the IMAC Theater

Thursday, August 3: Northport Community Band, Northport Gazebo

Friday, August 4: Wonderous Stories, Pink Floyd’s, ‘Dark Side of the Moon’

Saturday, August 5: Broadhollow Theatre, “Anything Goes” Astoria Federal sponsor

Sunday, August 6: Janis Brenner & Dancers “25th Anniversary Program”

Tuesday, August 8: Plaza Theatrical Productions, “Charlotte’s Web” 7:30 p.m.  Arrow Electronics “It’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location

Wednesday, August 9: Island Hills Chorus

Thursday, August 10: Klezmatics, Philips-Boyne sponsor

Friday: August 11: Richard Joo, “The Classical Music of Billy Joel”,

Saturday, August 12: The Huntington Folk Festival John Hammond, Opening act: Red Molly  Co-presented with the Folk Music Society of Huntington

Sunday, August 13: “A Film in the Park” Featuring “Fresh Cut Grass” (rated R: adult language and situations) with an appearance by the director, Matt Coppolla co-presented with the Cinema Arts Centre

Tuesday, August 15: Brady Rymer, “Rock and Roll for Kids” 7:30 p.m.  Arrow Electronics “It’s Showtime” Family Series Elwood Middle School Rain Location

Wednesday, August 16: Twin Shores Chorus

Thursday, August 17: Ed Palermo Big Band, ‘The Music of Frank Zappa’ Citibank sponsor

Friday, August 18: Long Island Philharmonic Orchestra, “Music Under The Stars”

Saturday, August 19: Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys

Sunday, August 20: Antigone Rising, Computer Associates sponsor Opening Act: HyJinx

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