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Song Box Sat 1/27 – Bob Westcott & The Daydreamers, & Cecilia Kirtland

The Song Box Presents…

Bob Westcott & The Daydreamers,
and Cecilia Kirtland

Saturday, Jan. 27th, 8pm
$10 Suggested Donation
Advance Reservations Required (see below)

 Guitarist Bob Westcott is no stranger to Long Island audiences.  His career began as a teenager playing guitar in the streets and basket houses of Greenwich Village, and as one of the very first members of the Wes Houston Band.  Onetime owner of Folk City and famed Greenwich Village scene author Robbie Woliver has called Bob “the real deal”, and for good reason: Bob has been perfecting his elegant finger-style guitar work for well over 35 years.

Bob will be picking on the red Gretch, with his group The Daydreamers – Larry Hunter plays bass, and Mike DiGeronimo plays snare.

Cecilia Kirtland is a Huntington, LI-based singer/songwriter and guitarist with a unique pop/folk/blues style.  She has opened shows for Kenny Rankin, Dr. John, Buzzy Linhart, Tom Paxton, and Holly Near among others, and appeared on the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Heckscher Park for the Huntington Fall Festival this past fall.  She was a recent featured guest artist on “Wes Houston Presents” on Cablevision channel 71.  Her debut CD “Small Comfort” has been enthusiastically received by her fans and favorably acclaimed by the critics.  www.ceciliakirtland.com

“…a voice of considerable range and varied texture, she manages to communicate the lyrical essence of a song in a way that is rare even among today’s best-known performers… she approaches each song as if it were a precious jewel capable of yielding previously unrecognized shades of meaning and color… a sure-handed guitarist who brings crisp technique and a sophisticated ear to her stark, imaginative arrangements.”  – The New York Times The Song Box shows are presented by Jane Ross, George Trapani, and Dick deBrui.  This month’s show will be held in a recording studio at a private residence in Seaford (south shore Nassau County). Seating is limited to about 35.  A pot-luck buffet is served during the break between performers – bring something if you’re feeling creative.

Please make advance reservations by sending an email to songbox@optonline.net. You will be sent a confirmation and directions via return email. Reservations can also be made at (516) 579-5365. Leave a message with your name and phone number and we’ll call you back to confirm and give you directions.

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