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Thurs Aug 31 Harry Chapin Tribute Concert Lotsof your favorite performers at Nassau County’s Eisenhower Park + other fine events + the fall schedule

Dear Folk Music Fans,

“The man who has two tunics is to share with him who has none; and he who has food is to do likewise.” Luke 3 :11

“Then the King will say to those on His right, ‘Come, you who are blessed of My Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me.’ Then the righteous will answer Him, ‘Lord, when did we see You hungry, and feed You, or thirsty, and give You something to drink? And when did we see You a stranger, and invite You in, or naked, and clothe You? When did we see You sick, or in prison, and come to You?’ The King will answer and say to them, ‘Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.’ ” Matthew 25:34-40

Please check with venue for changes or my mistakes!

Some of the events may not have made it into the contiued subject line so look at the complete listings.

To receive frequent LI Concert Notes you should send your Email address to Gary LIConcertNotes@optonline.net 

You should also send your event announcements to Gary LIConcertNotes@optonline.net 

Thank you to Ian Wilder who posted the listings at www.onthewilderside.net

Thank you for your support of the Artists, The Song Box and Long Island Folk Music.

Yours Truly,

Richard de Bruin

rdebruin@suffolk.lib.ny.us



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Subject Line Continued:

+ Thurs Aug 31 Harry Chapin Tribute Concert Doug Kwartler & Seth Davis; Doc Butler  & JC Cob; Cathy Kreger & Jaimy Betty; SpoonWalk (Ramona Spooney & Frank Walker)

; Sonny Meadows , Sonny Speed & Bob Langley; Glen Roethel; Folk Fiction; Jim Dexter; Marci Geller; Terry Winchell & Susanne Mueller; Mike Soloway; Judith Zweiman; Debra Lynne & Chris Tursi; Kenny Forgione, & Mark Bonder; Martha Trachtenberg & Tom Griffith; MediaCrime; Barry Kornhauser; and Stuart Markus.Eisenhower Park

+ Sun Sept 3 Bradstock XIII 10a-10p Tornado Alley (Sonny Speed, Tim Huss, Vinny Crici, Lori Kendall & Robert Langley); The Mojos; Reckoning; Taj Weekes & Adowa; Ed Travers; Jerry Macdonald; Ken the Rocket; Buddy Merriam & Back Roads; The Mangos; David Amram: At the Long Island Maritime Museum,

Some of the fall monthly events are not included so look below in the monthly listings for more information

+ Wed Sept 6 Bob Westcott Babylon Greens

+ Fri Sept 8 Ida May Wool Glen Roethel (Usually First Fri?)  Coffee House Concerts, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau

+ Sat Sept 9 & Sun Sept 10 The Homegrown String Band, Brookhaven Country Fair  Longwood Estates, Ridge

+ Sat Sept 9 (raindate Sun. 9/10) – PeaceSmiths 22nd annual Fall Folk dance: folk dancing led by Edith Jason & Marie Pendzich  Concert by Jay Mankita.   Peacesmiths

+ Second Sat Sep 9 James Reams & The Barnstormers, Eclectic Café, Unitarian Universalists Society of South Suffolk 

+ Sun Sept 10 Little Toby Walker Babylon Country Fair, Babylon NY

+ Third Fri Sept 15 David Massengill Our Times Coffeehouse, Ethical Humanist Society Garden City

+ Fri Sept 15 Denise Romas  Huntington Public Library

+ Third Sat Sept 16 Howard Emerson Fourteen Feet: Hard Luck Café. Folk Music Society of Huntington  The Congregational Church Huntington

+ Third Sat Sept 16 Jim Frazzitta, The Folk-Groovin’ Cafe, St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church, Dix Hills

+ Sun Sep 17 Diana Jones/Tim Grimm (co-bill) Sunday Street/WUSB University Cafe Series 

+ Sat Sep 16 Buddy Merriam & Backroads Islip Town Art Show  Brookwood Hall

+ Sun Sep 24 Buddy Merriam & Backroads LI Apple Festival Sherwood Jayne House  E Setauket

+ Sun Sept 29 James O’Malley  three other performers. Community Cabaret, Community Church of New York,

+ Sat Sep 30 & Sun Oct 1 Buddy Merriam & Backroads Palmer Vineyards  Aquebogue 

+ Fifth Sat Sept 30 Christine Lavin, kniting circleThe Last Licks Café Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington

+ Fri Oct 6 Vance Gilbert w/ James O’Malley opening Finch Mountain House Concert. Babylon

+ First Sat Oct 7, 2006 TBA … Open Mike 7:30p sign up 7p First Saturday Concert Series, Folk Music Society of Huntington

+ Sun Oct 8 Acoustic Strawbs,

Sunday Street/WUSB University Cafe Series, Stony Brook Univ 

+ Sun Oct 8 Buddy Merriam & Backroads, Connetquot Library

+ Sun Oct 8 Acoustic Strawbs, Sunday Street/WUSB University Cafe Series 

+ Second Wed . 7:30p Northport Public Library, Northport Arts Coalition

+ Second Sat Oct 14 Red Molly Eclectic Café, Unitarian Universalists Society of South Suffolk 

+ Second Sat Big Gray The Searington-Roslyn United Methodist Church

+ Sun Oct 15 Little Toby Walker Glen Cove Public Library

+ Sun Oct 15 Buddy Merriam & Backroads, East Meadow Library Square Dance

+ Third 

 Fri Oct 20 Hot Soup, Our Times Coffeehouse, Ethical Humanist Society, Garden City

+ Fri Oct 20 Marci Geller  Connetquot Library

+ Third Sat Oct 21 Milton The Daydreamers:  Hard Luck Café Folk Music Society of Huntington, The Congregational Church Huntington

+ Sun Oct 22 Lynn Miles Sunday Street/WUSB University Cafe Series 

+ Sun Oct 22 2nd Annual Singer Songwriter Celebration Little Toby Walker, Pat Wictor, Martha Tractenburg and Tom Griiffith  Port Washington Library

+ Sun Oct 22 2nd Annual Singer Songwriter Celebration Little Toby Walker, Pat Wictor, Martha Tractenburg and Tom Griiffith  Port Washington Library

+ Sat Oct 28 & Sun Oct 29 Buddy Merriam & Backroads Palmer Vineyards  Aquebogue

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Here are the more complete listings and listings in resturants, etc. There is a separate place for monthly and weekly events.

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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 or check! Eisenhower Park

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 Eisenhower Park

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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Cathy Kreger

Thurs Aug 31 Cathy Kreger http://www.cathykreger.com with John Tabacco on drums and Stu Markus on bass plus lots of other fine performers Harry Chapin Tribute Concert Eisenhower Park Nassau County Parks Dept. www.nassaucountyny.gov/official/county/agencies/Parks (See Above) (516) 572-0200

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 Little Toby Walker            Various

Little Toby Walker www.littletobywalker.com Guitar Lessons Given Every Mon-Wed Evening

Thurs Aug 31 Venetian Shore Beach Hut 6:30-9:30p 631 707 2642

Sun Sept 10 noon till 5, Little Toby Walker 3p Babylon Country Fair, Babylon NY At the Gazebo – south side of Main St 631 669 1810

Sat Sept 30 Madison Square Studio 4p Madison Square Park, between 5th and Madison Aves and 23rd and 26th St 212 538 9310

Sun Oct 15 Little Toby Walker Glen Cove Public Library 2p 516 676 2130

Fri Oct 20 with Johnny Winter 7 p The Turning Point, Piermont NY 845 359 1089

Sun Oct 22 2nd Annual Singer Songwriter Celebration Featuring Little Toby Walker, Pat Wictor, Martha Tractenburg and Tom Griiffith 2p Port Washington Library

Tue Oct 24 Watercolor Cafe 8p Larchmont NY 914 834 2213

Sat Nov 4 Folk Music Concert Series 8p South Salem Library, 15 Main St, South Salem NY. Tickets $12 adults, $10 seniors – children 914 763 3857

Fri Nov 17 Little Toby Walker  with Laura Love 8 p Outpost in the Burbs, Montclair NJ

Sun Dec 3rd,”Bound For Glory” 8:30 p Live Radio/Concert – WVBR Broadcasted from the Cafe at Anabel Taylor Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca NY, 607 273 4000 Check to see does WVBR stream on the Internet

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Sun Sept 3 Bradstock XIII: Tornado Alley (Sonny Speed, Tim Huss, Vinny Crici, Lori Kendall & Robert Langley); Tornado Alley; The Mojos; Reckoning; Taj Weekes & Adowa; Ed Travers; Jerry Macdonald; Ken the Rocket; Buddy Merriam & Back Roads; The Mangos; David Amram;     At the Long Island Maritime Museum

Sun Sept 3 Bradstock XIII 10a-10p Tornado Alley (featuring the songs of Sonny Speed, Tim Huss, Vinny Crici, Lori Kendall & Robert Langley) 10a-noon; Tornado Alley; The Mojos; Reckoning; Taj Weekes & Adowa; Ed Travers; Jerry Macdonald; Ken the Rocket; Buddy Merriam & Back Roads; The Mangos; David Amram;

At the 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  (On the water so bring extra layers of cloths)

Radio Sun Sept 3 Bradstock XIII  Live Broadcast 10a-10p WUSB 90.1FM Stony Brook U

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Buddy Merriam & Back Roads      Back Roads Trio

Buddy Merriam & Backroads www.backroadsbluegrass.com      Back Roads Trio

Sun Sep 3 Bradstock Festival (Benefit) • Long Island Maritime Museum • West Sayville • bradstock.org 10a-10p

Sat Sep 16 Buddy Merriam & Backroads Islip Town Art Show 10a • Brookwood Hall • Montauk Highway/Irish Lane • East Islip 631-224-5430 • Raindate: 9/17

Sun Sep 24 Buddy Merriam & Backroads LI Apple Festival • 12 noon-4p • Sherwood Jayne House • Old Post Rd • E Setauket • 631-689-8172 3p

Sat Sep 30 & Sun Oct 1 Buddy Merriam & Backroads Palmer Vineyards • Sound Ave • Aquebogue • 631-722-9463 • palmervinyards.com 1-5p

Sun Oct 8 Buddy Merriam & Backroads Connetquot Library • 760 Ocean Avenue • Bohemia • 631-567-5079 • connetquot.lib.ny.us 1-5p

Sun Oct 15 Buddy Merriam & Backroads East Meadow Library Square Dance • Front St & East Meadow Ave • East Meadow • 516-794-2570 www.nassaulibrary.org/emeadow 2p

Sat Oct 28 & Sun Oct 29 Buddy Merriam & Backroads Palmer Vineyards • Sound Ave • Aquebogue • 631-722-9463 • palmervinyards.com 1-5p

First Tues Back Roads Trio, Checkmate INN, North Country Rd, Setauket LI NY. Take Nicolls Road north (Exit 62 north off LIE) till the end. Take a right on Rt. 25A East. Make a left at the first traffic light onto North Country Rd. The CheckMate Inn is on the left before the first stop sign.

Radio Buddy MerriamBlue Grass Time” Wed. nights 6-8 on WUSB 90.1 FM or live on the internet at www.wusb.fm

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Bob Westcott     Babylon Greens

Wed Sept 6 Bob Westcott 7p Babylon Greens contact Ian Wilder www.onthewilderside.net . North Babylon, NY 631-422-4702

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The Homegrown String Band

Homegrown String Band Georgianne and Rick Jackofsky and their two daughters, Erica and Annalee www.homegrownstringband.com

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

Sat Sept 23 – Hudson Valley Garlic Festival, Saugerties NY * 3 sets

Sat Dec 2 – South Salem Library Folk Concert Series, South Salem NY * 8p * 914-763-3857

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Denise Romas

Fri Sept 15 Denise Romas … Open Mic 7:30p Huntington Public Library, 338 Main Street, Huntington LI NY (631)427-5165 Free. All are welcome. You do not have to be a Huntington Library patron to attend. Refreshments provided. (to sign up for the open mic, call ahead, ask for Jeri Sapir)

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 Sun Sep 17 Diana Jones/Tim Grimm opening        Sunday Street/WUSB University Cafe Series

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

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 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 Mar 18 Eilen Jewel Beaucoup Blue  2p.

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Michele Monté

Michele Monté www.michelemonte.com

Sat Sept 17 Michele, Live & Unplugged Special guest performance by Massachusetts own guitar hero, Glen Petit at Eastenders Coffee House, 40 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 8p – 11p

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Rock ‘n’ Read Fundraiser for Malachy McCourt: Musicians include Black 47, Mary Courtney, Willie Nile, Ashley Davis, and Christine Ohlman. Readers include Malachy McCourt, Chris Kelly, Anne Maguire, and Larry Kirwan

Thurs Sept. 28 Rock ‘n’ Read Fundraiser for Malachy McCourt: Musicians include Black 47, Mary Courtney, Willie Nile, Ashley Davis, and Christine Ohlman. Readers include Malachy McCourt, Chris Kelly, Anne Maguire, and Larry KirwanConnolly’s at 121 West 45th Street, (between 6th & Broadway) Tel: 212-597-5126 www.connollyspubandrestaurant.com Admission $20 not tax deductible. Door 6p. Start 7p. Tickets may be purchased at www.virtuous.com

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James O’Malley

James O’Malley www.jamesomalley.com

Sun Sept 29 James will be doing a half hour set along with three other performers. 7:00 pm Community Cabaret, Community Church of New York, 40 East 35th St. (Between Park and Madison Aves.) Downstairs in the Fellowship Hall. Doors 6:30 p Show promptly at 7p and runs to about 9:30p. $15 at door; $10 seniors & members; $7 advance (718) 472-0472

Fri Oct 6 James is opening for Vance Gilbert 8 p Finch Mountain House Concerts. Babylon, NY. Advance reservations required. Please call (631) 661-1278. Pot Luck Supper: 7 p

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Sept & Oct Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk to Cure Diabetes

Oct. 1& Other days in Sept & Oct Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk to Cure Diabetes <http://www.jdrf.org>.

To support Jim Goodin’s www.jimgoodin.com jimgoodinmusic@gmail.com 10 year old daughter Callie Goodin in the 2006 Walk to Cure Diabetes

“Type 1, or juvenile, diabetes, is a devastating, often deadly disease that affects millions of people–a large and growing percentage of them children.

“Many people think type 1 diabetes can be controlled by insulin. While insulin does keep people with type 1 diabetes alive, it is NOT a cure. Aside from the daily challenges of living with type 1 diabetes, there are many severe, often fatal, complications caused by the disease.”

Visit Callie’s Walk Web page if you would like to donate online or see how close she is to reaching her personal goal: http://walk.jdrf.org/walker.cfm?id=86426582

Follow this link to make a donation: http://walk.jdrf.org/support.cfm?id=86426582

The Acoustic World Guitar of Jim Goodin http://www.jimgoodin.com        MySpace (solo) – http://www.myspace.com/jimgoodinmusic

MySpace (EoW) – http://www.myspace.com/eastofwhere       Acoustic World Guitar podcast series – http://jimgoodinmusic.libsyn.com

The Language of 3, an introspective performance concept in acoustic music – http://www.languageof3.com

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Fri Oct 6 Vance Gilbert w/ James O’Malley 

opening     Finch Mountain House Concert

Fri Oct 6 Vance Gilbert w/ James O’Malley opening 8 p Finch Mountain House Concert. Babylon, NY. Advance reservations required. Please call (631) 661-1278. Pot Luck Supper: 7p

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Marci Geller

Marci Geller www.marcigeller.com

Fri Oct 20 Marci 7p Connetquot Library, Connetquot, NY

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Fall Schedule

This section is the once per month organizations events & perhaps some others

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ISS                  Island Songwritters Showcase

 

Check Island Songwritters Showcase www.islandsongwriters.org 631-462-3300 Sonny Speed, Director: for membership or to be considered for an ISS showcase event

 1st Mon (Check for 2nd Mon if holiday)  Members Workshop Meeting, Five Towns College, Burr’s Lane, Dix Hills, LI NY room 217 Host Sonny Speed 7:30-11:30p

1st Thus Open Mike & 2 feature Showcase, Boarders Books, Syosset, 425 Jericho Tpk, Syosset, LI NY, Host Bill Ryan 7:30p sign up, 8-11p ISS

 

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 First Friday Acoustic Showcase   Call if you would like help to restart this series (the day could change).

First Fri Featured Performer Open Mike 9p First Friday Acoustic Showcase, Bethpage United Methodist Church, 192 Broadway, Bethpage LI NY (516) 931-4345 Food & soft drinks additional 516-931-4345 www.bethpageumc.org

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Fri Sept 8 Ida   (Usually First Fri)     May Wool Glen Roethel   (Usually First Fri?)    Coffee House Concerts

Fri Sept 8 Ida May Wool www.idamaywool.comGlen Roethel www.glenroethel.com (Usually First Fri?)  Coffee House Concerts at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau 223 Stewart Ave (at N?W Corner Nassau Blvd), Garden City LI NY 516-248-8855 www.uuccn.org calendar@uuccn.org

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Special Sat Sept 9 (raindate Sun. 9/10) – PeaceSmiths 22nd annual Fall Folk dance: folk dancing led by Edith Jason & Marie Pendzich  Concert by Jay Mankita.  (Usually First Fri)  

   Peacesmiths
Special Sat Sept 9 (raindate Sun. 9/10) – PeaceSmiths 22nd annual Fall Folk dance, Folk music, FUNdraising garden party in Freeport – in the pastoral Cortes-Obers backyard, 3:30 – 9p: participatory folk dancing led by Edith Jason and Marie Pendzich (Marie is moving to Tennessee! (this will be a farewell/thank you party for all her activism, wishing her best health and happiness!!); concert by Jay Mankita; healthful ethnic vegetarian buffet (hors d’ouevres and desserts too!); crafts; children’s activities. Donation: $18 (half for kids); $12 Advance to PeaceSmiths, P.O. Box 312, Massapequa, NY ll758 – contributions tax-deductible to help launch PeaceSmiths ’06-’07 season (631)798-0778.

Usually First Fri  Music. + poetry + Open Time (Open Mike) Peacesmiths Music & Poetry United Methodist Church 25 Broadway (Route 110), Amityville LI NY 631-798-0778

East side of block north of 27A (Montauk Highway). Parking Lot across the street from church

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  First Saturday Concert          Folk Music Society of Huntington

First Sat Oct 7, 2006 TBA … Open Mike 7:30p sign up 7p First Saturday Concert Series, Folk Music Society of Huntington www.fmshny.org or http://fmshny.org/next.htm 631-425-2925 The Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Drive, Centerport LI NY

 

Bring your instrument, voice and a snack to share at the party afterwards at a members house.  Details at concert

 

First Sat Nov 4, 2006 Susan Werner        First

Sat December 2, 2006 Guy Davis

First Sat Jan 6, 2007 Emerging Artists Spotlight: Liz Carlisle ,,, TBA       First  Sat Feb 3, 2007 TBA

First Sat Mar 3, 2007 Le Vent Du Nord        First Sat April 7, 2007 Gordon Bok

First May 5, 2007 TBA       First Sat June 5, 2007 Annual Members Concert

Watch for House Concerts

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Sept may be in middle of month then First Sat Oct         Featured Artist         A Café des Artistes on Long Island         Soul Growth

Sept may be in middle of month then always First Sat Oct    Featured Artist usually check 9:45p  + Open Mike (music, poetry, art, dance & comedy) 7:45 (8p & 10:45p), sign up 7:30p;

A Café des Artistes on Long Island Vintage Jewelry & Clothing Sale 7p Soul GrowthBody Awareness Studios 101 N. Wellwood Ave, Lyndenhurst LI NY Sun4Moon@optonline.net 631-957-4692 South of Sunrise Highway (Rte 27) at the N/W corner with the LIRR Around $7 Check  Dance during the breaks Make a scene:  Guys & ladies, wear your coolest or vintage clothing & jewelry. Come see vintage display & items!

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Fri Sept 8 Ida May Wool Glen Roethel

   (Usually First Fri?)    Coffee House Concerts

Fri Sept 8 Ida May Wool www.idamaywool.comGlen Roethel www.glenroethel.com (Usually First Fri?)  Coffee House Concerts at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau 223 Stewart Ave (at Nassau Blvd), Garden City LI NY 516-248-8855 www.uuccn.org calendar@uuccn.org

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      Northport Arts Coalition                        Northport Library

        Second Wed . 7:30p Northport Public Library Community Room  Northport Arts Coalition www.northportarts.org Northport Library, 151 Laurel Avenue, Northport, NY (631) 261-6930 in the community room admission free!

Check Fri 7:30p  Do-Ing Music: . Meet the artists reception following Refreshments afterwards. Advance tickets for this free event will be available through the Northport Library, 151 Laurel Ave., Northport, 261-6930.

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Second Sat        James Reams & The Barnstormers              Eclectic Café

Second Sat  Sep 9 James Reams & The Barnstormers www.jamesreams.com  Open Mike 7:30p sign up 7p Eclectic Café www.eclecticcafe.org, Unitarian Universalists Society of South Suffolk 

28 Brentwood Rd, Bayshore LI NY 631-661-1278  Exit 44 Route 27 Sunrise Highway. West side of block north of 27A Admission Check $8 adults & teens or $6 seniors + canned food

You can park anywhere on the street and at the Sinai Reform Temple, which is across the venue. DO NOT park in the Doctor’s office parking lot, even though it might be tempting.  Your car will get towed if you do.

Exit 44 Route 27 Sunrise Highway. West side of block north of 27A

Second Sat Oct 14 Red Molly www.redmolly.com     Second Sat Nov 11 Cliff Eberhardt www.cliffeberhardt.com

 

Second Sat Dec 9 Jay Mankita http://jaymankita.com/ (Landmine Project benefit)

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Second Sat                Big Gray

Second Sat Big Gray www.biggray.org Celtic music The Searington-Roslyn United Methodist Church, 134 I. U. Willets Rd (Between Searington Rd & Willis Ave) Albertson, Nassau County LI NY 631-321-1582 info@biggray.org Exit `36 LIE South on Searington Rd & Left onto I. U. Willets Rd 0.2mi Left side

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Third

Fri              Our Times Coffeehouse         

Third

Fri Sept 15 David Massengill 8p Our Times Coffeehouse, Ethical Humanist Society, 38 Old Country Road, Garden City LI NY

 www.ourtimescoffeehouse.org 516-541-1006 Email mail-list@ourtimescoffeehouse.org

2 miles West of Meadow Brook Parkway, Past Franklin (Mineola Blvd), South Side next to water tower. About ¼ mi East of end of Old Country Rd (turns north & becomes Herricks Rd & goes under the railroad, Rockaway Ave goes South)

Third 

 Fri Oct 20 Hot Soup      Third  Fri Nov 17      Third  Fri

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Third Sat           Hard Luck Café     Folk Music Society of Huntington

Third Sat Sept 16 Howard Emerson Fourteen Feet  Open Mike  8p Hard Luck Café, local artists, Folk Music Society of Huntington www.fmshny.org or http://fmshny.org/next.htm 631-425-2925 The Congregational Church Huntington, 30 Washington Drive, Centerport LI NY

Sat Oct 21 Milton The Daydreamers       Sat Nov 18 Mark Berube Ed Kaercher

Sat Dec 16 Bob Westcott’s 15th Annual Holiday Revue        Sat Jan 20, 2007 Annual Open Mike Night

February 17, 2007 Joe Crookston … TBA        March 17, 2007 TBA … TBA 

April 21, 2007 Judith Zweiman … TBA        May 19, 2007 Eve Goldberg … TBA

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Third Sat Sept 16 Jim Frazzitta  The Folk-Groovin’ Cafe , St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church

Third Sat Sept 16 Jim Frazzitta Singer/Songwriter, Solo/Acoustic … Open Mic Host Jim Frazzitta 8p The Folk-Groovin’ Cafe presented by Molecule Music, St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church (includes Montessori School) 655 Old Country Road, Dix Hills LI NY $7 631-368-1920

Northern State Parkway (Exit 42N) or LI E (Exit 51). Exit Deer Park Ave North (Rt. 231). At “Y” fork (with light) north of Northern State Parkway bear LEFT (NW) up the hill on Route 35 (Suffolk County Road 35). At first traffic light turn LEFT (West) onto Old Country Road. Church is 1/8th mile on the right.

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NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International)

Check Every fourth Tues Check Long Island workshop of NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International) 7-9:30p Five Towns College, Rm 214 Contact: Jerry Silverstein (631-369-5751); Bill Maier (516 -795-5370) volunteer coordinators of Long Island NSAI; Mary Beth Stone (212-724-1278)

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Fifth Sat Sept 30, 2006  (Usually fourth Sat) 

     Christine Lavin        The Last Licks Café
Fifth Sat Sept 30, 2006   (Usually seems to be fourth Sat) Christine Lavin 7p kniting circle, 8p Open Mike; 9p Christine Lavin in Concert ($25, $23 Seniors) The Last Licks Café www.lastlickscafe.org  Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington www.uufh.org 109 Browns Road, Huntington LI NY (Check 631 427-9547) info@lastlickscafe.comReservations: Reservations@lastlickscafe.org

Route 110 North past Jericho Turnpike (Route 25) into Huntington Village (approx. 4 miles from Route 25).  Make left onto Main Street (Route 25A) then make first right onto Wall Street.  North on Wall Street for 3/4 mile to Southdown Road.  Make a left onto Southdown road and follow the signs to Browns Road.

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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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Check Open Mic    Host Stu Markus

Check Wed Open Mic Stu Markus host sign-up at 8p Drama Cafe, 758 Merrick Road, Baldwin 516-377-4008 www.dramacafe.com

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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

Open Mike first Thurs, call to get on list

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 East Enders Coffee Shop

 

Every Fri Featured performer followed by Open Mike 8-11p East Enders Coffee Shop, 40 East Main Street, Riverhead LI NY 631-727-2656

 

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Check Paradise Fellowship Coffee House

 

Check Every Fri Paradise Fellowship Coffee House

78 Suite B Mcgraw St,at Jaz-A- Size, Shirly LI NY (631) 384-1102  Call to check performers & music type. Exit 58S Sunrise, William Floyd Parkway to McGraw 

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Don’t Forget

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John Drew Theater of Guild Hall 158 Main St, East Hampton 631- 324-4050

Cinema Arts Center, Huntington, coffee house, 423 Park Ave Huntington, NY www.cinemaartscentre.org Business: 631-423-7610, Box Office 631-423-3456

Inter-Media Art Center, IMAC, 370 New York Avenue, Huntington, NY  some Folk,. www.imactheater.org (631) 549-9666

The Jeanne Rimsky Theater, Landmark on Main St www.landmarkonmainstreet.org 232 Main St, Port Washington, LI, NY 516-767-6444 Lots of really fine music events

LI Museum of American Art, History and Carriages, 1200 Route 25A Stony Brook, LI, NY

www.longislandmuseum.org 631-751-0066 ext.212 educators@longislandmuseum.org

Long Island Maritime Museum’s 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

The BNL Music Club, Berkner Hall, Brookhaven National Lab, Upton LI NY  Tickets can be purchased in advance at the BERA Sales Office or by calling (631) 344-5257. Photo ID for those over 16. The Lab is located on William Floyd Pkwy. (County Rd 46), 1-1/2 miles north of Exit 68 of the Long Island Expressway.  www.bnl.gov/bera/activities/music  http://www.bnl.gov/bera/activities/music/

Boulton Center, 37 West Main Street, Bay Shore LI NY 631-969-1101

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also

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Fordham Univ WFUV 90.7FM www.wfuv.org

Stony Brook Univ WUSB 90.1FM www.wusb.org

 

WSHU 91.1FM or 91.3FM + others www.wshu.org

 

WPKN 89.5FM www.wpkn.org

 

Acoustic Live www.acousticlive.com  

 

Folk Music Society of Huntington www.fmshny.org

NY Pinewoods Folk Music Club Folk-Fone: 212-563-4099 www.folkmusicny.org

 

Long Island Music Index www.limusicindex.com

Gary LIConcertNotes@optonline.net Weekly LI Listings, much more regular then me!

Barb’s The Long Island Poetry Calendar & some music events  www.poetz.com/longisland/index.htm

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If you do not receive Long Island Concert Notes you should send your Email address to Gary LIConcertNotes@optonline.net 

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To receive or stop 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.

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  Music in the Librarys

Town of Oyster Bay http://oysterbaytown.com/index.asp  Has a music program in the Libraries in the fall, winter & spring

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