Princess Peapod @ Eclectic 11/10/07

Our next concert is on Saturday November 10, 2007 featuring: David Bailey and Princess Peapod

The Eclectic Café is held on the second Saturday of the month, September through May at: The Unitarian Universalist Society of South Suffolk, 28 Brentwood Road, Bay Shore, NY 11706 631-968-0667. Parking is available along Brentwood Road. We ask that you please avoid parking in the medical offices’ parking lots south of the church or in the Sinai Reform Temple parking lot. The open mic starts at 7:30pm. Performers wishing to participate should sign up by 7:30. The featured artists begin at about 8:30pm.

Admission is $10 for non-members ($5 for High School students with ID), and $8 for members. Membership is $12 a year. You can become a member at any time and your membership will be for a full calendar year, starting that month. Family memberships are also available. Ask at the ticket table for details. Refreshments are available. We would also appreciate a donation of canned or dry food for local charity.

The lively acoustic duo, Princess Peapod, features the rich, linen-textured vocals of Michele Frimmer with the inventive harmonies and multi-layered guitar style of Dave Cook. Their songs combine socially-conscious lyrics with just the right amount of crunch and groove to make for third millennium-age folk at its best.

Princess Peapod’s often reflective, sometimes quirky lyrics find universal appeal in the imaginations of their audiences. With their feet on the ground and their heads in the clouds, Dave and Michele’s performances are joyful expressions of the moment, filled with bittersweet truth and persistent hope.

This will be one of their first appearances after too long an absence from the local music scene. We are thrilled to welcome them back for their second Eclectic Café appearance. More at

Photo: Folk Music Society of Huntington

David Bailey has been a regular on the local open mic scene for a couple of years. We were impressed enough with his music and stage presence to invite him to perform as our November co-feature.

Raised in the Mississippi Delta, David’s music runs across the lines that divide country, Americana and folk rock. His vocals are bold and distinctive, and his original songs communicate the complexities of modern life with passion and humor.

Upcoming shows: (click on artist’s name to open their web site in a new window)
Dec 8, 2007 Anthony Da Costa and Abbie Gardner

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