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LI Concert Notes # 11 11/7/06

To me you are a compass and companion.  You follow me down every road I ride.  Wherever I may roam, I’m already home, as long as you are traveling by my side.” – Mark Erelli 

Here’s some great Live Music on LI.

Wednesday, 11/8 – Laura Hughes. 8:00 PM. CoolBeanz Café, 556 North Country Rd , St. James.  No cover charge.

Wednesday, 11/8 – Dear Folk Music Fans,
You and your family and friends are invited to attend the World Premier of a local filmmaker’s Independent Feature Film.  In a new, fully-entertaining genre with non-stop laughs and mysterious messages…
“ON THE BRINK OF JESUS”
An Avant-Garde Apocalyptic Comedy That Presses All The Right Buttons
The Bellmore Theater, 222 Pettit Avenue , Bellmore (Parallel to Sunrise Highway, across from Bellmore train station)
TWO EXCLUSIVE SHOWINGS: Wednesday, November 8th at 7pm & 9pm. One night only!  Arrive 10 minutes early to watch the red carpet entry and to guarantee seating. $8.50 No one under 18 admitted.
Networking party ongoing from 7pm to 10pm, at Sunrise Kafe. (next door to theater)  The music is really fitting of each scene and enjoyable for listening.  The soundtrack features:
Bill Goldsmith (provided original songs)
Vincent Crici (arrangement and recording of Bill’s songs)
Amy Leonard (original composition and performance)
Jack West (original composition and performance)
Don’t miss one of the two showings that evening.  “Those who have understanding, will understand; those who don’t, won’t.”
Is the world really going crazy?  Come…, see for yourself!
WITH THIS INVITATION YOU MAY INVITE FRIENDS

Thursday, 11/9 – Noon to 2 PM – Bill McNulty Radio Show on WUSB – Every Thursday Bill is a great activist for peace and social justice issues.  Unfortunately — last week all his CDs were stolen out of his car.  He now needs to restock his supply of folk music for the masses.  Contributions would be appreciated.  You can check out a sample of his radio show on the WUSB website http://wusb.fm/website/programs.html
Go to the program schedule and click on—- LUNCH WITH BILL Current issues and events are covered from a perspective not found in commercial media, with a concentration on information and a mood projected with the aid of folk music. Hosted by Bill McNulty. 12:00-2pm  Thursdays

Thursday, 11/9 – Jack’s Waterfall.  8:00 PM.  Cinema Arts Center , Huntington, Cinema Arts Center in Huntington   631-423-2696
Benefit for Veterans for Peace $10 8PM in The Sky Room
Jack’s Waterfall with The Band

Friday, 11/10 – Mary Lamont Band.  7:30 PM.  SMITHTOWN LIBRARY, 1 North Country Road , Smithtown .  Come join us for a fun evening at this beautiful library!   631-265-2072

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

Saturday, 11/11 – Kevin McLeod with Kathy Fleischmann.  8:30 pm.  The Pisces Cafe 14A Railroad Ave   Babylon   No Cover  (631)321-1231
The recently renovated Pisces (with new expanded menu) will host this special performance by two talented LI Singer/Songwriters.  Kevin & Kathy have played together at the Port Jefferson Music Festival, they’ve been guests on each other’s CDs, but they’ve yet to share a gig at a performance space as intimate as the Pisces.
“There’s a calm surety about his touch, no youthful angst and histrionics here, just an inexorable voice that bores deep from his experience into yours.” – Aural Fix Communique on Kevin McLeod
“She’s just damn good, and so is her sound, which has its demure moments and sometimes an undeniable edge.” – The Musician’s Trade Journal on Kathy Fleischmann www.mcleodmusic.com  www.myspace.com\kevinmcleodmusic
“Music has extraordinary transformative power, both for the musician and listener.  It’s what I’m always trying to tap into, regardless of the musical style or setting.”  – Kevin McLeod
“Kevin is about as fine a guitar player as you’ll ever hear.  He is capable of getting a great tone out of both electric and acoustic guitars.”  – 20th Century Guitar Magazine

Sunday, 11/12 Tornado Alley. 2 PM
Tornado Alley, an all-original Americana band featuring Vinny Crici, Sonny Speed, Tim Huss, Robert Langley and Lora Kendall , will be performing at Bellmore Memorial Public Library, 2288 Bedford Ave.

Island Songwriters Showcase members Sonny Speed, Tim Huss and Vincent Crici, three singer-songwriters with very distinct musical personalities, decided to join forces with percussionist Robert Langley and form Tornado Alley. As their distinctive styles merged into a unified sound, an experiment in original American roots music was born.

The members of Tornado Alley challenge themselves to write all original material that reflects the many genres of roots music: bluegrass, country, gospel, traditional blues and folk idioms found in California, New England and the Texas plains. A signature of Tornado Alley’s sound is their emphasis of three- and four-part harmonies, coupled with up-tempo energy and universal appeal. The Tornado Alley line-up is also adept at seamlessly switching instruments and roles: Vincent Crici on vocals, guitar, bass and mandolin; Tim Huss on vocals, guitar and bass; Robert Langley on percussion and backing vocals; Sonny Speed on vocals, guitar, mandolin bass, harmonica and melodica. Tornado Alley has just finished recording its first CD and will release it very soon.

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.
A British singer-songwriter who has explored traditional folk (with the songs of Nic Jones and others), performed with Bruce Springsteen, worked with Elvis Costello’s backing band The Attractions, and pioneered a genre he called “gangsta folk.” And he is also an acclaimed novelist, with his recent book “Misfortune.”  He is absolutely unique and it promises to be quite an afternoon. Tickets: $20.00 general/$15.00 students.

Sunday, 11/12 – Mary Lamont Band.  2 PM.  MERRICK LIBRARY, 2279 Merrick Ave, Merrick .  Another fun afternoon – and it’s free!   516-377-6112

Sunday, 11/12 – Jack’s Waterfall.  8 PM  BlackBird’s Grille/ World Peace Party $10 goes to the Lighthouse mission.  Montauk and Broadway in Sayville .  The Old sweet Magnolia’s.  631-563-4144 In memory of legendary Sunday night waterfall fan: Greg Neillon Jack/Megan/Derrick return for a special Sunday night to pay it forward!  
Wednesday, 11/15 – Melanie.  8 PM. Brokerage Comedy Club, Bellmore

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 beginning 8:30 PM. Patti Marrone, Laurie Roland, Hank Stone, John Geffner, Doug Kwartler
8:30   Patti Morrone & Laurie Roland   www.pattimorrone.com
9:00   Hank Stone   www.hankstone.net
9:30   Jon Geffner   www.jongeffnermusic.com
10:00  Doug Kwartler  www.dougkwartler.com   
Some of you may know Doug from “Foundry”.
Good food, good friends, good music at Pisces Cafe www.piscescafe.net
Further info, and photos from previous shows can be seen at www.doloresloebl.com
For booking, and further information, www.doloresloebl.com.

Friday, 11/17 – Cliff Eberhardt.  8 PM. Our Times Coffeehouse
Doors Open 7:15 – Performance at 8:00 PM

Red House recording artist Cliff Eberhardt knew by age seven that he was going to be a singer and songwriter. As a child Cliff taught himself to play guitar, piano, base and drums. In his teens Eberhardt was fortunate enough to live close to the Main Point (one of the best folk clubs on the East Coast), he cut his teeth listening to the likes of James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, Bonnie Raitt, and Mississippi John Hurt – receiving an early and impressive tutorial in acoustic music. At the same time, he was also listening to great pop songwriters like Cole Porter, the Gershwins, and Rodgers and Hart, which explain his penchant for great melodies and clever lyrical twists.

A driving force of the Greenwich Village New Folk movement and well known among his peers, Cliff’s songs have been covered by the likes of Ritchie Havens, Buffie St. Marie, Erasure, Lucy Kaplansky and the folk superstar band “Cry, Cry, Cry” (Dar Williams, Richard Shindell, Lucy Kaplansky).  Visit our Web site for more info. www.ourtimescoffeehouse.org

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.

“David Roth, a powerful new singer-songwriter has reached our hearts. With voices like his still singing, there’s a certainty that the candle will remain lit, the hope reasserted and the dream still sung…”   – Peter Yarrow (Peter, Paul & Mary)

“David writes and sings songs with a devastating combination of heartfelt wisdom and incisive wit. In my eyes he sets a new ‘contemporary singer/songwriter’ standard for the rest of us to aspire to, and it’s a standard that is very, very high…”  – Christine Lavin, Schanachie recording artist

“I have hundreds and hundreds of recordings by singer/songwriters, and in my opinion, David is the greatest out there today. Strong words, but easily backed up. All you have to do is listen.”  – Lucky Clark , On Music/Music in Review, ME

“…one of the best songs I’ve heard in the last 20 years…” – Tom Paxton, on David’s “Nine Gold Medals”

“David is one of the finest singers and songwriters around…” – Tom Chapin

“Over the years I’ve presented many great singer-songwriters…Cheryl Wheeler, Cliff Eberhardt, Darden Smith, Patty Larkin, Vance Gilbert, Eric Anderson, Ellis Paul, David Massengill, to name a few. If someone asked me who has been my personal favorite, I would quickly reply ‘David Roth’…” – Steve Coccia, Mansion Concerts, Middletown , NY

“I really dropped my teeth when I heard a song on the radio that I thought was written by Tom Paxton. When I went around looking for the author is when I heard this dynamic, exciting singer-songwriter come forth. His name is David Roth”   – Dave Sear (on NPR’s Folk Almanac)

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 – Hank Stone. 8 PM.  Cool Beanz Coffeehouse, St. James
631 862 4111.  on Rte. 25A, east of Lake Ave.   Hank Stone, with some guests sitting in.  Free

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

Tuesday, 11/21 – Bennett Harris. 6:00 pm Tennessee Jack’s BBQ  148 Carleton Ave. , E. Islip   (631)581-9657 Solo acoustic & RIBS!  Bennett Harris plays acoustic and bottleneck-slide guitar, plus harmonica, focusing on pre-WWII traditional country blues genre and ragtime. His repertoire includes songs of Bessie Smith, Skip James, Blind Boy Fuller, and his own compositions.  www.bennettharrisblues.com

Saturday, 11/25 – Iain Campbell Smith & Pat Wictor.  8 PM.  The Song Box, Seaford.  $10.  We asked Pat who he’d like to perform with, and he recommended Iain…

“Hey George!  I found the other half of the show:  Iain Campbell Smith (www.iaincampbellsmith.com).  He’s a good friend, a great songwriter with a great wit (that sometimes shades a tad bawdy) and formidable intellect.  I’ve done a few shows with him in the DC area (where he lives), so we’ve already got some stuff worked up.  He’s got great stories–he’s Australian, and spent some years as part of an unarmed peacekeeping force in Papua New Guinea –a brilliant, intrepid individual.  It’s gonna be a great show!” –        Pat Wictor

This month’s show is being held in a recording studio at a private residence in Seaford, Long Island ( South Shore Nassau County ).  Seating is limited.  Please make advance reservations by sending an email to songbox@optonline.net. You will be sent a confirmation and directions via return email.  If you have no Email, make reservations at 516-579-5365.

Saturday, 11/25 – Bennett Harris and Gail Storm. 8:00 PM
Last Licks Cafe, Unitarian Fellowship, 109 Brown’s Rd, Huntington . Bennett Harris, blues guitar; Gail Storm boogie-woogie piano. 8:30 pm. Open mic 8 pm. $15/$13 students, seniors. 631-427-9547. www.lastlickscafe.org

Gail Storm is a classic blues/jazz pianist and vocalist specializing in boogie-woogie and swinging blues, with influences from early women’s blues/jazz, New Orleans , and jump blues.

Bennett Harris plays acoustic and bottleneck-slide guitar, plus harmonica, focusing on pre-WWII traditional country blues genre and ragtime. His repertoire includes songs of Bessie Smith, Skip James, Blind Boy Fuller, and his own compositions.  Bennett Harris took first prize (acoustic blues category) in the Downstate New York Blues Association’s local chapter competition to enter the International Blues Challenge in Memphis , Feb.2007!!  www.bennettharrisblues.com

Sunday, 11/26 – Wes Houston Band  3 PM Wes Houston, host of Cable TV’s Wes Houston Presents…, brings his six piece band, playing their original tunes and selected standards, to Fuzzy’s Pub on Sunday Afternoon, November 26th at 3:00pm.  Fuzzy’s is located at 239-21 Braddock Ave , Bellerose , NY 718-347-9616.   Log on to www.weshouston.com for more details.

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

Friday, 12/1 – James O’Malley House Concert Home of David & Elizabeth Bailey
Call (631) 544-1071 for details and reservations www.jamesomalley.com

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.  Antje Duvekot returns for her third Café visit. Originally from Heidelberg, Germany, Antje emigrated to the US as a teenager, and explored the folk world of urban songwriters like Ellis Paul, John Gorka, and Ani DiFranco. Her songs caught Seamus Egan’s ear, who recorded several of them with his band, Solas. Egan produced Antje’s stunning studio debut, Big Dream Boulevard . A recent Boston New Folk award helps confirm Ellis Paul’s prediction that “she’s going to be the next great American folk singer-songwriter.”

Anais Mitchell’s songs range from personal to political, consistently poetic and intelligent, with echoes of Ani DiFranco, Sandy Denny, and Joni Mitchell.  Anais Mitchell is true to the legacy of her namesakes —- French author/diarist Anais Nin and singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell. A Vermont childhood followed by college, travel and embrace of a performing career, led to Kerrville honors and the release of a highly-acclaimed CD, Hymns for the Exiled. While she is often compared to Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen in her lyrics, and Ani DiFranco and  Sandy Denny  in her performance style, Mitchell is best described simply as an original.

Both performers made their mark at the Kerrville Folk Festival with New Folk awards in recent years and have gone on to record impressive CDs.   Admission to this show is $20.00 with a student ticket of $15.00. Reservations may be made via e mail to SundayStreetWUSB@aol.com or by phone by calling the University Café at 632-6027. The University Café website is www.universitycafe.org and the concert is listed under “Special Events.”  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.

Sunday, 12/3 – Mary Lamont Band.  2 PM. West Islip Library. Higbie Lane & Rt. 27A, West Islip .  Come join us for a Country Holiday show!     631-661-7080

Tuesday, 12/5 – Bennett Harris. 6:00 pm Tennessee Jack’s BBQ  148 Carleton Ave. , E. Islip   (631)581-9657 Solo acoustic & RIBS!

Bennett Harris plays acoustic and bottleneck-slide guitar, plus harmonica, focusing on pre-WWII traditional country blues genre and ragtime. His repertoire includes songs of Bessie Smith, Skip James, Blind Boy Fuller, and his own compositions.  www.bennettharrisblues.com

Wednesday, 12/6 – Steve Forbert. 8 PM.  Brokerage Comedy Club, Bellmore

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

Saturday, 12/9 – Jim Frazzitta. 8:00 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 Jim and friends
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

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

Wednesday, 12/20 – Aztec Two-Step. 8 PM.  Brokerage Comedy Club, Bellmore

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.

Tuesday, 1/2/07 – Bennett Harris. 6:00 pm  Tennessee Jack’s BBQ  148 Carleton Ave. , E. Islip   (631)581-9657  Solo acoustic & RIBS! Bennett Harris plays acoustic and bottleneck-slide guitar, plus harmonica, focusing on pre-WWII traditional country blues genre and ragtime. His repertoire includes songs of Bessie Smith, Skip James, Blind Boy Fuller, and his own compositions.  www.bennettharrisblues.com

Tuesday, 1/23/07 – Bennett Harris. 6:00 pm  Tennessee Jack’s BBQ  148 Carleton Ave. , E. Islip   (631)581-9657 Solo acoustic & RIBS!  Bennett Harris plays acoustic and bottleneck-slide guitar, plus harmonica, focusing on pre-WWII traditional country blues genre and ragtime. His repertoire includes songs of Bessie Smith, Skip James, Blind Boy Fuller, and his own compositions.  www.bennettharrisblues.com

Not exactly live, but…peacethroughmusiccable@hotmail.com  Jean and Robert have each been granted their own 30 minute cable tv show —– Jean’s  show is Just Peace! Cablevision Ch 20 Monday – 3:30 – 4:00 Robert’s show is Peace and Justice Cablevision Ch 20 Tuesday – 7:30 – 8:00
We need to submit  VCR/VHS or Mini-DV tapes to Cablevision Woodbury to be televised each week during these half hour time slots—– Our intention is to present video recordings of local musicians who would like to have their music aired on cable TV as a public service and for additional exposure of their music, as part of the program material that we will be presenting.

It is the music of our local musicians that helps us to cope with, balance out and reduce the stress in our daily lives. Their music can soothe, stimulate, tranquilize, energize, empathize, motivate, celebrate……..Whatever our individual needs are, we can always appreciate and enjoy the fine and diverse talents of our local musicians on Long Island .

Our program agenda will also include events and activities that occur on Long Island that promote a healthy socio-multicultural environment.  We welcome local musicians who find the premise of our shows appealing to provide us with a tape of their music for public viewing. (We do share our material between our shows)  Please contact us at peacethroughmusiccable@hotmail.com or peaceandjusticeli@hotmail.com We have some equipment for editing and can do some recording.  We also welcome non-musicians on Long Island to submit information and videos of related events.

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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