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LI Concert Notes #6 – 9/6/06

“Where did you go, darlin’?  Where did you go?  How will I find you again?  ‘Tween righteous and wrong, silence and song, Somewhere between prayer and ‘amen’ ” – Pat Wictor

Here’s some great Live Music on LI.

Friday, 9/8 – Ina May Wool.  Glen Roethel.  8 PM.  Coffee House Concerts at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Garden City.  $15.  223 Stewart Avenue Garden City  516-248-8855  www.uuccn.org  calendar@uuccn.org
Ina May Wool
In the past two years, Ina May has anchored one of WFUV’s “Under the Radar” concerts, played on the main stage at Falcon Ridge Folk Festival in the Emerging Artist Showcase, played Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, and was a finalist in the Mountain Stage NewSong Festival in West Virginia.  Ina May’s blues, country, and jazz influenced original songs are carefully crafted with dry wit, keenly observed characters, gorgeous melodies, and an abiding sense of fun.  She sings in a strong, beautiful, and evocative voice.  A storyteller as sharp and confident as Lucinda Williams yet as smooth and lyrical as Suzanne Vega, Ina May released her second CD, “Crack It Open,” in 2004.  She’s toured in Europe and all over the U.S.   Ina May invented, and, for two years, curated and hosted the “Writers’ Bloc,” a popular performance series of illustrious and up and coming songwriters at the Living Room in New York City . www.inamaywool.com
Glen Roethel
Glen Roethel opens the show.  Following in the footsteps of spiritual and social troubadours Cat Stevens, John Lennon and Paul Simon, Glen Roethel has crafted a collection of songs to honor that tradition — songs that cherish people and nature and encourage us to nourish ourselves as well as the world around us.

The recent events in New York City and around the globe have galvanized Glen’s resolve to be a voice that delivers a positive message, encourages others, believes in peace, and heals hearts with song.  Glen gives us just what we all need right now: a warm and positive message in inspired music through the tools of his guitar, pen and voice.  http://www.glenroethel.com/

Both Ina May and Glen have recently been “Guest DJs” on Tom Boyd’s “RocknRoots” on the Web. http://www.rocknroots.org/ Delicious homemade refreshments are available during intermission For tickets and information contact calendar@uuccn.org
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau 223 Stewart Avenue (at Nassau Boulevard ), Garden City , New York 11530 ½ Block North of the Nassau Boulevard Long Island Rail Road Station 516-248-8855    www.uuccn.org

Friday-Sunday, 9/8-9/9-9/10. Various Bands and Performers.  Third Annual Port Jefferson American Music Festival. Free.  John Ford Coley, Terry Sylvester (of the Hollies), CJ Chenier & The Red Hot Louisiana Band, The Kerry Kearny Band, Cathy Kreger, Miles to Dayton, JP Blues, Dharma Allstars, Sam Taylor, Mark Newman, The Blues Scene, Jerry Costanzo, George Kilby Jr., Eric Wollman Group, Ready in 10, Kelly Project, Mary Lamont, That 70’s Band, Wes Houston, Pam Betty & Dirty Love,  Bakithi Kumalo, Milagro, Jack Licatra, John Flor Sisante.

Saturday, 9/9 James Reams and the Barnstormers, 7:30.  Eclectic Cafe, UU Society of South Suffolk, 28 Brentwood Rd. , Bay Shore . Show at 8:30, open mic at 7:30. Tickets $10 & $8. Info 631-661-1278. 

So, there are still people who think that authentic, old-school bluegrass music can’t be made in New York City ? Clearly, they haven’t heard James Reams & The Barnstormers.

What do they teach you in the Old-School? The Three E’s, of course:
Keep it edgy, emotional and exciting. Join James Reams, Mark Farrell,Doug Nicolaisen and Michael Penque on September 9 for a demonstration!   Bluegrass Unlimited magazine writes: “delightfully unadorned 1950s-style bluegrass that draws heavily on, yet doesn’t mimic, the best-loved bands of that era.” And here’s what Sing Out magazine says: “tight instrumental excellence and hard-edged vocals “uncompromising, hard-core bluegrass” Stephanie P. Ledgin writes in her book, “Homegrown  Music: Discovering Bluegrass (Praeger Publishers, 2004): “James Reams & The Barnstormers rely on early country material and originals  written in authentic style. The results are a virtual history of the
 music and its roots, played in a clean, heartfelt manner that is somewhere between Monroe’s and the Stanleys’.”

 For more information about James Reams & The Barnstormers, visit www.jamesreams.com (for music clips and video, click on Listen and  Look).

Saturday, 9/9 – Mary Lamont Band.  PORT JEFFERSON AMERICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL One set TBA at the Port Jefferson Marina – Port Jefferson.  Lots of crafts, food and music!

Saturday and Sunday, 9/9 and 9/10 – The Homegrown String Band.  Brookhaven Country Fair, Longwood Estates, Ridge.  This is a very nice event with Civil War and Revolutionary War reenactments, brass band, wandering minstrels and crafts people. For more info 451-6411

Sunday, 9/10 – Tornado Alley. 1:45 PM.  An all original Americana band Featuring Sonny Speed, Tim Huss, Vinny Crici, Lora Kendall & Robert Langley will be appearing at the Babylon Country Fair. At the gazebo located on the south side of Main Street  across from Argyle Park .

Sunday, 9/10 – Lonesome Traveler. Afternoon.  Babylon Country Fair.  At the gazebo located on the south side of Main Street  across from Argyle Park .

Sunday, 9/10 – Little Toby Walker . Afternoon.  Babylon Country Fair.  At the gazebo located on the south side of Main Street  across from Argyle Park .

Sunday, 9/10 – FMSH Open Folk Jam. 1 PM.  Huntington Library, Main Street , Huntington .  Everyone Welcome.

Wednesday, 9/13 – Brian Sharpe. 8 PM.  AcousticLI (Coolbeanz, St. James) (from Chicago , IL – www.myspace.com/briansharpewww.acousticli.com

Thursday, 9/14 – Pat Wictor, 7:30 PM.  Long Island CD release of “Heaven Is So High… and I’m so far down” at the Babylon Village Arts Council’s 2nd Thursday Concert Series. Admission is free. Refreshments.  Astoria Federal Savings Bank, 180 W Main St. , Babylon . For info 631-669-1810.

Friday, September 15 – David Massengill. 8 PM.  Join us for the opening of our new season.  Our Times Coffeehouse.  Doors Open 7:15 – Performance at 8:00 PM.

As distinctive a performer as he is a writer, David Massengill accompanies himself mainly on the Appalachian dulcimer, which he slings over his shoulder like an electric guitar. The sound of the dulcimer has an intimate, detailed quality that complements the easy graciousness of Massengill’s stage presence. He has achieved virtuosity on the traditional instrument that enables him to wring from its few strings music of a complexity and richness far beyond anything it was ever meant to produce, drawing the listener in to his lyrical imagery and the close-up focus on human foibles and experience that is the substance of his best songs.

Visit our Web site to read more about David Massengill & to listen to audio samples of his music.  www.ourtimescoffeehouse.org

Friday, 9/15 – “Open Mic” Café. 7:30 PM.  Huntington Public Library. Performers are asked to sign up by calling 631-427-5165 ext.222.  We are featuring Denise Romas- guitarist and singer.  Huntington Public Library, 338 Main Street , Huntington .

Saturday, 9/16 – Mary Lamont Band. 12:00 noon.  BABYLON TOWN HALL, 200 E. Sunrise Highway, Lindenhurst, NY 12:00-2:00 PM.  A great outdoor fair, our 5th year – Lots of beautiful crafts and food!  Brought to you by the Town of Babylon

Saturday, 9/16 – Fourteen Feet and Howard Emerson. 7:30 PM.  FMSH Hard Luck Café.  Congregational Church, Centerport.  For info: 631-661-1278  www.fmshny.org

Saturday, 9/16 – Jim Frazzitta.  8 PM.  The Folk-Groovin’ Café A warm and supportive coffee house event with spirited music and good times.
Featuring: Jim Frazzitta—Singer/Songwriter, Solo/Acoustic. OPEN MIC—All musicians and poets welcome.  Special after-hours jam with members of the Nylon & Steel family. Doors open at 7:45 pm    Show begins at 8:00 pm
The Folk-Groovin’ Café  at St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church .  655 Old Country Road , Dix Hills.  3/10 mile West of Deer Park Rd. (Rt. 231).  Admission-$7.  Coffee, Tea, and light refreshments served.  For more information, please call 631-368-1920

Saturday, 9/16 – Buddy Merriam and Backroads. Isplip Town Art Show, Brookwood Hall

Saturday, 9/16 – Michele Monte with Glen Petit. 8 PM. Eastenders Coffee House, 40 East Main Street , Riverhead.

Sunday, 9/17 – Diana Jones and Tim Grimm. 2 PM.   University Café, Stony Brook.  For information about The University Cafe shows, go to www.universitycafe.org under “Special Events” or call 631-632-6027.

Heralded Nashville songwriter and Kerrville New Folk winner Diana Jones will appear in concert Sunday, September 17th at 2 P.M. at The University Café at Stony Brook University . Diana will share a co-bill with Hollywood actor turned song-writer and performer, Tim Grimm.

Diana’s new album, My Remembrance of You, has spent 17 straight weeks on the Folk Music Radio Airplay Chart, including the #1 most-played song.   In Music Row Magazine, John Freeman presaged the acclaim: Lovely strummed acoustic instrumentation, a gently swaying melody, a hillbilly feminist lyric and a Southern-drawl vocal.  The album is a major, major country music event.”

Adopted as an infant and raised in New York , Jones left home at the age of 15 in search of her roots. Unlike her friends, she was attracted to the music of Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline, as well as contemporary artists Emmylou Harris and Dolly Parton. It wasn’t until she was reunited with her birth family and the music of the Eastern Tennessee hills some years later, that she discovered why that music had always moved her. Her success continues to grow rapidly and last month she was named a Kerrville New Folk winner, the most prestigious award in the singer-songwriter world.  Previous Kerrville competitors include Nanci Griffith, Lyle Lovett and Steve Earle.

Tim Grimm spent several years in Los Angeles as a successful actor (co-starring in the NBC series Reasonable Doubts and appearing in several feature films, including Clear and Present Danger) before returning home to southern Indiana to resume a music career that included travelling and performing with Ramblin’ Jack Elliott.

Since that return to his roots, Tim has released three highly-acclaimed CDs, with last year’s Backfields, topping the Folk Radio Charts for several weeks. Tim is a musical storyteller, writing of his own journey back to the land, describing those who never left it, or honoring those who came before. Tim is also an astute commentator on contemporary American life, in songs like “Everybody’s Gone Crazy.”

Tim’s CDs also include brilliant interpretations of the works of other singer-songwriters, with a great version of Dylan’s “Girl From The North Country” on his new CD. Tim’s 2004 release, Names, also a favorite of Folk Radio was, as the title suggests, a  compilation of his interpretation of songs by John Prine, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits, Gillian Welch and others all having in common as a title an individual’s name.

Both Tim and Diana will be in-studio guests of Charlie Backfish on his Sunday Street Program (WUSB, 90.1 fm and www.wusb.fm) on Sunday morning at 10:30 A.M.

Admission to this show is $20.00 with a student ticket of $15.00.  Reservations can be made by calling 631-632-6027 or via e mail (gpalaia@notes.cc.sunysb.edu). The University Cafe website is www.universitycafe.org

The University Cafe is a not-for-profit organization located in the Stony Brook Union Building at Stony Brook University . The Sunday Acoustic Series is co-sponsored by WUSB-FM.

Wednesday, 9/20 – Amy Gerhartz. 8 PM. AcousticLI (Coolbeanz, St. James) (from NYC – www.myspace.com/amygerhartzwww.acousticli.com

Thursday, 9/21 – Mark Loebl hosts The Pisces Cafe Unplugged ( 14 Railroad Avenue , Babylon ) on the third Thursday of each month.  Four acoustic original performers/groups, 30 minute sets. For booking, and further information, www.doloresloebl.com.
 
Friday, 9/22 – Caroline Doctorow. 8 pm.  Borders Books and Music, Nesconset Highway Stony Brook.  No cover charge.

Sunday, 9/24 – James O’Malley.  Community Cabaret.  Community Church of NY

Sunday, 9/24 – Buddy Merriam and Backroads. 12-4 PM. LI Apple Festival. Old Post Road, E. Setauket.

Saturday, 9/30 – Christine Lavin. 8:00 PM.  Last Licks Café.  Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington, 109 Brown’s Rd, Huntington , 631-427-9547. www.uufh.org. A non-profit organization.

Christine Lavin, songwriter, humorist, storyteller appears at the Last Licks Café, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall, 109 Brown’s Rd, Huntington , New York on Saturday, September 30. Concert time is 8:30 p.m., preceded by an open mike session at 8:00 p.m.  Admission is $25; $23 for seniors and students. For information call 631-427-9547. Tickets at: www.lastlickscafe.org.

Saturday and Sunday, 9/30-10/1 – Buddy Merriam and Backroads.  1-5 PM.  Palmer Vineyards. Sound Av, Aquebogue

Friday, 10/6 – Cosy Sheridan . 8 PM.  Coffee House Concerts, UUC in Garden City

For tickets and information contact calendar@uuccn.org.  Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau .   223 Stewart Avenue (at Nassau Boulevard ), Garden City.  ½ Block North of the Nassau Boulevard Long Island Rail Road Station

516-248-8855    516-248-8855    516-248-8855    www.uuccn.org
Friday, 10/6 – Vance Gilbert with James O’Malley opening.  7 PM. Finch Mountain House Concerts, Babylon .  Advance reservations required. Please call (631) 661-1278. Pot Luck Supper.

Saturday, 10/7 – Melanie. 7:30 PM.  FMSH First Saturday Concert.  Congregational Church, Centerport. For info: 631-425-2925. www.fmshny.org

Saturday, 10/7 – Country Dance with Caroline Doctorow and Gene Casey. 8 PM until midnight.  AMVETS Post 18.  141 Carlton Avenue, East Islip .   631 581-6913.  $25

Sunday, 10/8 – The Acoustic Strawbs. 2 PM. University Café, Stony Brook.  Legendary British Folk-Rock Group headed by Dave Cousins, with old favorites like “Lay Down” and “Benedictus” as well as newer songs.  Tickets: $35.00 general/$30.00 students

Sunday, 10/8 – Buddy Merriam and Backroads. 1-5 PM. Connetquot Library

Saturday, 10/14 – Red Molly. 7:30 PM.  Eclectic Café. Unitarian Church , Bay Shore .

Saturday, 10/14 – Jim Frazzitta.  8 PM.  The Folk-Groovin’ Café
A warm and supportive coffee house event with spirited music and good times.
Featuring: Jim Frazzitta—Singer/Songwriter, Solo/Acoustic. OPEN MIC—All musicians and poets welcome.  Special after-hours jam with members of the Nylon & Steel family. Doors open at 7:45 pm    Show begins at 8:00 pm
The Folk-Groovin’ Café  at St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church .  655 Old Country Road , Dix Hills.  3/10 mile West of Deer Park Rd. (Rt. 231).  Admission-$7.  Coffee, Tea, and light refreshments served.  For more information, please call 631-368-1920

Saturday, 10/14 – Big Gray. Searington-Roslyn United Methodist Church

Sunday, 10/15 – FMSH Open Folk Jam. 1 PM.  Huntington Library, Main Street , Huntington .  Everyone Welcome.

Sunday, 10/15 – Buddy Merriam and Backroads. 2 PM. East Meadow Library Square Dance.

Sunday, 10/15 – Little Toby Walker . 2 PM. Glen Cove Library.

Thursday, 10/19 – Mark Loebl hosts The Pisces Cafe Unplugged ( 14 Railroad Avenue , Babylon ) on the third Thursday of each month.  Four acoustic original performers/groups, 30 minute sets. For booking, and further information, www.doloresloebl.com.

Friday, 10/20 – Hot Soup: Trio of harmonies from zen to zany! 8 PM.  Our Times Coffeehouse In the Ethical Humanist Society Building , 38 Old Country Rd , Garden City

www.HotSoupTrio.com  www.OurTimesCoffeehouse.org

Friday, 10/20 – Patti DeRosa. 9 PM.  The Cup Coffeehouse Café.  3268 Railroad Avenue , Wantagh   516-826-9533  www.thecupcoffeehouse.com

Friday, 10/20 – Marci Geller. 7 PM. Connetquot Library

Saturday, 10/21 – Milton plus Bob Westcott and the Daydreamers.  FMSH Hard Luck Café.  Congregational Church, Centerport.  For info: 631-661-1278  www.fmshny.org

Saturday, 10/21 –  AFTERLIFE:  LIVE Tribute to YES, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Genesis, Rush , Kansas and more.  8 PM.  The Landmark on Main Street at The Jeanne Rimsky Theater, 232 Main Street , Port Washington .  $20 available at the door. www.AfterlifeBand.com

The Ultimate Progressive Rock Experience, pays tribute to the seminal period of progressive rock by faithfully reproducing the textures and reconstructing note-for-note the music of YES, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Genesis, Rush, Kansas, and more.  For younger folks, this is what it was like to be there – and those who’ve been there will be transported back.

Sunday, 10/22 – Lynn Miles. 2 PM.  University Café, Stony Brook.  Often compared to Shawn Colvin and Lucinda Williams, Lynn Miles is one of Canada ‘s top artists, with a highly acclaimed new CD, Love Sweet Love.  Tickets: $20.00 general/$15.00 students

Sunday, 10/22 – Little Toby Walker, Pat Wictor, Martha Tractenberg, Tom Griffith.  Port Washington Library

Saturday and Sunday, 10/28-10/29 – Buddy Merriam and Backroads.  Palmer Vinyards, Sound Av, Aquabogue.

Saturday, 11/4 – Susan Werner. 7:30 PM.  FMSH First Saturday Concert.  Congregational Church, Centerport.  For info: 631-425-2925. www.fmshny.org

Sunday, 11/5 – Eric Andersen. 2 PM. University Café, Stony Brook.  After a memorable show at the Café in 2005, this legendary singer-songwriter returns by popular demand, presenting a mix of Andersen classics (“Thirsty Boots,” ” Blue River “).  as well as great new songs.  Tickets: $25.00 general/$20 students

Saturday, 11/11 – Cliff Eberdardt. 7:30 PM.  Eclectic Café.  Unitarian Church , Bay Shore .

Sunday, 11/12 – FMSH Open Folk Jam. 1 PM.  Huntington Library, Main Street , Huntington .  Everyone Welcome.

Sunday, 11/12 – John Wesley Harding. 2 PM.  University Café, Stony Brook.  An absolutely unique performer who pushes the boundaries of the singer-songwriter, with influences from traditional songs to those of Elvis Costello, Nick Lowe, Bruce Springsteen, and of course Dylan.  Tickets: $20.00 general/$15.00 students.

Thursday, 11/16 – Mark Loebl hosts The Pisces Cafe Unplugged ( 14 Railroad Avenue , Babylon ) on the third Thursday of each month.  Four acoustic original performers/groups, 30 minute sets. For booking, and further information, www.doloresloebl.com.

Saturday, 11/18, 9 AM to 4 PM, Conklin Barn, Huntington – Make Mu$ic Make Money workshop with Patricia Shih and Little Toby Walker

Want to move from the garage to the spotlight?  Are you a semi-pro who wants to move up to full-time?  Are you a pro who wants to improve what you do and earn more money doing it?

Join these two award-winning singer-songwriters and LI long-time pros as they share strategies, ideas, advice and coaching to aspiring musicians.  All levels are welcomed.  Valuable tips, resources and handouts will be given.  Advance registration is required, enrollment is limited.  Please register as early as possible in order not to be shut out.  $100 fee, 50% deposit required. Light snacks and drink will be provided; bring or buy your own lunch.  Contact Patricia Shih at patshih@pb.net , call (631) 549-2332 or visit www.patriciashih.com .

Patricia Shih has been a professional musician, recording and touring artist and now author for most of the past 35 years, performing across North America in clubs, libraries, schools, festivals, TV, radio—even Madison Square Garden!  She has won numerous awards, most recently a “Woman of Distinction” honor on Long Island .

Toby Walker is an award-winning blues singer, guitarist and songwriter whose 30-year experience shows in his live performances, where he captures audiences throughout the US and the UK from his very first note.  His extraordinary live shows have been lauded in major publications, earning him “best performer in all categories” at the prestigious International Blues Challenge in Memphis .

Saturday, 11/18 – Mark Berube and Ed Kaercher. 7:30 PM.   FMSH Hard Luck Café.  Congregational Church, Centerport.  For info: 631-661-1278  www.fmshny.org

Saturday, 11/18 – David Roth. 8 PM. Coffee House Concerts.  UUC in Garden City.

For tickets and information contact calendar@uuccn.org.  Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau .  223 Stewart Avenue (at Nassau Boulevard ), Garden City.  ½ Block North of the Nassau Boulevard Long Island Rail Road Station

516-248-8855    516-248-8855    516-248-8855    www.uuccn.org

Saturday, 11/18 – Dar Williams. 8 PM.  Landmark on Main Street .  232 Main Street , Port Washington .  516-767-6444.  www.landmarkonmainstreet.org

Friday, 12/1 – Zoe Lewis. 8 PM.  Coffee House Concerts.  UUC in Garden City.

For tickets and information contact calendar@uuccn.org.  Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau .  223 Stewart Avenue (at Nassau Boulevard ), Garden City.  ½ Block North of the Nassau Boulevard Long Island Rail Road Station

516-248-8855    516-248-8855    516-248-8855    www.uuccn.org

Saturday, 12/2 – Guy Davis. 7:30 PM.  FMSH First Saturday Concert.  Congregational Church, Centerport.  For info: 631-425-2925. www.fmshny.org

Sunday, 12/3 – Antje Duvekot & Anais Mitchell (co-bill). 2 PM.  University Café, Stony Brook. 

Two of today’s finest young singer-songwriters, both Kerrville New Folk winners, share the University Café stage for an afternoon of original songs.

Antje Duvekot, a Café favorite brought to our attention by Ellis Paul, returns fresh from a Newport Folk Festival appearance with a fine new CD, Big Dream Boulevard .

Anais Mitchell’s songs range from personal to political, consistently poetic and intelligent, with echoes of Ani DiFranco, Sandy Denny, and Joni Mitchell

Tickets: $20.00 general/$15.00 students

Saturday, 12/9 – Jay Mankita. 7:30 PM.  Eclectic Café.  Unitarian Church , Bay Shore .

Sunday, 12/10 – FMSH Open Folk Jam. 1 PM.  Huntington Library, Main Street , Huntington .  Everyone Welcome.

Sunday, 12/10 – Brooks Williams (Russ Seeger opens). 2 PM.  University Café, Stony Brook. 

Brooks Williams is an outstanding guitarist and singer-songwriter whose live shows always leave audiences amazed! “Among America ‘s musical treasures,” according to Dirty Linen magazine. His new CD, Blues and Ballads, pays homage to his many influences.

Russ Seeger wowed the Café audience at this year’s Dylan tribute. Great original songs and creative interpretations of standards are his stock in trade.

Tickets:  $20.00 general/$15.00 students

Saturday, 12/16 – Bob Westcott Holiday Revue. 7:30 PM.  FMSH Hard Luck Café.  Congregational Church, Centerport.  For info: 631-661-1278  www.fmshny.org

Thursday, 12/21 – Mark Loebl hosts The Pisces Cafe Unplugged ( 14 Railroad Avenue , Babylon ) on the third Thursday of each month.  Four acoustic original performers/groups, 30 minute sets. For booking, and further information, www.doloresloebl.com.

Corrections and Comments are welcome.   Support Live Music on Long Island .

Gary Schoenberger

If you are a performer with a gig on Long Island , please send me details (date, time, location, directions, cost, your web-site, etc.) four to six weeks in advance.  I’ll include your gig in Long Island Concert Notes.

If you know someone who wants to be included in the distribution of Long Island Concert Notes, please have them send an email request to liconcertnotes@optonline.net.

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