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LI Concert Notes #30 5/11/08

Here’s some great Live Music on Long Island.
Venue addresses/phones/URLs at end of all listings.  Please scroll down.
Corrections and Comments are welcome.
Support Live Music on Long Island.

Gary Schoenberger

For more information about great live music on LI and elsewhere please also visit Michael Kornfeld and Glen Roethel’s excellent website www.acousticmusicscene.com

Once a month, a varied group of musicians (a motley crew of misfits?) from all walks of life gather together for “the BACCA jam”; an informal song-swap style event for musicians of all skill levels that’s sponsored by the Babylon Arts Council (BACCA). Anyone attending one of these Sunday afternoon get-togethers will likely witness a rambunctious, non-stop, often great (sometimes a train-wreck!) flurry of songs both popular and obscure that range from folk to rock, country, pop, 60’s, along with some wonderful original material.  Well, the BACCA folks have asked us to pull together the best of what we do (not that we ever do anything the same way twice) and polish things up for a fundraising show/concert.   So, please join us for:

Jammin Tonight Featuring The BACCA Jammers on Wednesday, May 28th, 2008. Doors open at 7:30pm. The Rainbow Center, 293 Buffalo Avenue, Lindenhurst.   Donation $10 per person (includes free coffee and cake).  All proceeds support the Babylon Arts Council, a 501C3 not-for profit organization. Donations are tax deductable.   Please join us for a great night of music!  Let me know if you would like to purchase tickets in advance.   The BACCA Jammers are: Lorraine Bettica, Frank Cavalone, Mike Christian, Susan Cohen, Lynn Dunn, Todd Evans, Lora Kendall, Lou Malfi, Steve Robinson, Gary Schoenberger, Gary Settoducato, Bob Young

Day     Date     Time     Artist     Venue
Sun     5/11     11:00 AM     Gail Storm     Fiddlehead’s, Oyster Bay
Mon     5/12     7:00     Rorie Kelly, John Flor and Jay Scott      Live in the Lobby, Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
Wed     5/14     8:00     Liz Longley     Acoustic LI, Deepwells Mansion, St. James
Thu     5/15     8:00     Johnny Cuomo     Molly Malone’s, 124 Maple Avenue, Bay Shore
Thu     5/15     8:00     E3-Bosco Michne, Jeff Marshall & Alex Sarkis     Vail-Leavitt Music Hall Peconic Ave., Riverhead
Fri     5/16     8:00     We’re About 9     Our Times Coffeehouse, Garden City
Fri     5/16     7:30     Homegrown String Band     Huntington Public Library, 338 Main Street, Huntington.
Fri     5/16     10:30     Mary Lamont Band     Meehans, Huntington
Fri     5/16     9:00     Chris Van Cott and The Corduroy Sky     Once And For All – 8 East Main Street, Patchogue
Sat     5/17     7:30     Arlon Bennett / Stout     FMSH, Congregational Church, Centerport
Sat     5/17     8:00     Bennett Harris     Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library
Sat     5/17     8:00     Steve Forbert     Boulton Center, Bay Shore
Sat     5/17     8:00     Open Mic     Soul Growth, Lindenhurst
Sun     5/18     3:00     Atwater-Donnelly     Port Washington Library
Wed     5/21     8:00     David Celia     Acoustic LI, Deepwells Mansion, St. James
Thu     5/22     8:00     Johnny Cuomo     Molly Malone’s, 124 Maple Avenue, Bay Shore
Fri     5/23     6:00     Gail Storm / Shenole Latimer     Dockside Café, West Babylon
Fri     5/23     8:00     Steve Robinson     Irish Cottage, Massapequa
Fri     5/23     8:00     Johnny Leee Jordan     East Enders Coffee House, Riverhead
Sat     5/24     8:00     David Celia / Jim Tepe     Song Box, Seaford
Sat     5/24     8:00     Bob Dylan Birthday Party – Kennedys, Pat Wictor, Johnny Cuomo     University Café, Stony Brook
Sat     5/24     8:00     Jay Scott     East Enders Coffee House, Riverhead
Wed     5/28     8:00     BACCA Jammers – Fundraiser for Babylon Arts Council     Rainbow Center, 293 Buffalo Av, Linderhurst
Wed     5/28     8:00     Andy Shelton     Acoustic LI, Deepwells Mansion, St. James
Thu     5/29     7:30     Free Grass Union – Bluegrass      Elijah Churchill’s Public House, 1031 Fort Salonga Road (Route 25A), Northport
Thu     5/29     8:00     Johnny Cuomo     Molly Malone’s, 124 Maple Avenue, Bay Shore
Fri     5/30     7:00     Homegrown String Band     Floyd Memorial Library, Greenport
Fri     5/30     8:00     Suzanne Vega     IMAC, Huntington
Fri     5/30     7:30     Mary Lamont Band     Strawberry Festival – Newbridge Rd / Jerusalem Av, Bellmore
Fri     5/30     6:00     Ahmad Ali     Atlantis Marine World Aquarium, Riverhead
Fri     5/30     10:00     Ahmad Ali     Magies, West Babylon
Sat     5/31     7:30     Tobacco Roadies (Bob Westcott, Ken Korb, Ken, Mike DeGeronimo) / Jacqueline Schwab     Last Licks Café , Huntington
Sat     5/31     7:30     Fourteen Feet     RS Jones, Merrick
Sat     5/31     4:30     Ahman Ali     Relay for Life, Peconic
Sat     5/31     9:00     Jay Scott and Grand Case Scenario      Blackbirds Grille  553 Old Montauk Hwy. Sayville
Sat     5/31     8:00     Jessie Haynes     East Enders Coffee House, Riverhead
Sun     6/1     Noon     Homegrown String Band     Edwards Farm, Sayville
Sun     6/1     7:00     Steve Tilston / James O’Malley     University Café, Stony Brook
Tue     6/3     9:30     Buddy Merriam & Back Roads     Checkmate Inn, North Country Rd, Setauket
Wed     6/4     8:00     Amy Speace     Acoustic LI, Deepwells Mansion, St. James
Thu     6/5     8:00     Johnny Cuomo     Molly Malone’s, 124 Maple Avenue, Bay Shore
Thu     6/5     7:00     Camera-Head Shark     Live in the Lobby, Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
Fri     6/6     8:00     Gathering Time     Garden Stage, UUC, Garden City
Fri     6/6     8:00     Aztec Two-Step     Boulton Center, Bay Shore
Fri     6/6     8:00     Island Songwriters Showcase     Border’s Books, Jericho Tpke, Syosset
Fri     6/6     8:00     PeaceSmiths Topical, A-Typical, Folk Music, Poetry and Whatever Coffeehouse     First United Methodist Church,25 Broadway/Route 110 , Amityville
Fri     6/6     9:00     Rhythm Kings Acoustic Duo     Popie’s Clam Bar, Coram
Sat     6/7     7:30     Amy Speace & The Tear Jerks     FMSH, Congregational Church, Centerport
Sat     6/7     8:00     Phil Minissale     Spoon Coffeehouse, Lindenhurst
Mon     6/9     7:00     Cathy Kreger, Marci Geller, Susan DeVita     Mirelle’s Restaurant, 170 Post Av, Westbury

Venues

FMSH (Folk Music Society of Huntington) First Saturday Concerts and Hard Luck Café.  Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Dr., Centerport.  For info: 631-425-2925  www.fmshny.org.  Most concerts are preceded by a one-hour open mic.

Eclectic Café.  The Eclectic Café is held on the second Saturday of each month, September through May.  The Unitarian Universalist Society of South Suffolk – 28 Brentwood Road Bay Shore
631-661-1278.  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 parking lot across the street. 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 Eclectic Café is an all-volunteer, non-profit committee of the UUSSS

University Café, Stony Brook. Tickets are $20.00 with a student rate of $15.00. Ticket information/reservations may be made by email to SundayStreetWUSB@aol.com or by calling 631-632-1093. Please visit the website at www.universitycafe.org.   The University Café (a not-for-profit organization) is located in the Stony Brook Union, near the LaValle Stadium Parking Lot, at Stony Brook University.  Press contact: Charlie Backfish at 631-632-1093 or via e mail: CBackfish@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

Garden Stage.  All shows are at 8:00 p.m.  Doors open at 7:15 PM Tickets $15.  Garden Stage is a an all- volunteer, non-profit, committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau.  Indulge in delicious homemade desserts in the Malette Gallery while enjoying the work of local artists during the intermission.  Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau.  223 Stewart Avenue. Garden City.  516-248-8855 www.uuccn.org calendar@uuccn.org   1/2 Block North of the Long Island Railroad, Nassau Boulevard Station.

Acoustic LI at Deepwells Mansion (25A) St. James. www.acousticlongisland.com
Wednesdays – Open mic at 8 pm followed by performer.
Deepwells is on the south side of 25A just west of Moriches Road

Soul Growth. Open Mic.  50 W Montauk Hwy. Lindenhurst 631 957 4692  1 block west of Wellwood Ave on the North side of Montauk Hwy.  Between 1st and 2nd ST next to Roma pizza (yummy).  7:15 Open Mic sign in. 8:00-9:30 First Open Mic.  9:45-10:30 Featured Artist 10:45-12:00 Second Open Mic.   A $10 donation will be collected at the door.  Peace and light. David and Patty

Last Licks Café, 109 Brown’s Road (UU Fellowship), Huntington.  Open mike at 8:00 p.m. Concert at 8:30 p.m. Refreshments available. $10 all.  631-427-9547. www.lastlickscafe.org .

Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts.  Tickets $20.00   71 East Main Street Patchogue   (631) 207-1313  Also, LIVE IN THE LOBBY is a series of concerts for small audiences held in the lobby of the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, on the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 PM. These concerts feature artists from the Long Island area playing a wide variety of mostly original music in an intimate setting. The PTPA bar will be open; there will be chairs set up for sitting, and room around the bar for standing. All ages are welcome but age 21 proof is required for service at the bar.  Showtime 7:30 PM – Tickets at the PTPA box office or at the door.

Boulton Center for the Performing Arts  37 W. Main St, Bay Shore   631-969-1101     www.boultoncenter.com

Songbox. 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 call 516-579-5365 for reservations.

Finch Mountain House Concerts, Babylon
Good friends and great music in an old Victorian house
Advanced reservations required
Call Jack and Karen Finkenberg – 631-661-1278

Babylon Village Arts Council’s 2nd Thursday Concerts at Astoria Federal Savings Bank, 180 W. Main Street, Babylon. Admission and refreshments are free. for more inormation call 631-669-1810

Fiddlehead’s. Crazy fun ’til about Midnight – every time! 62 South Street, Oyster Bay, NY 11771 –  Ph: 516.922.2999 www.fiddleheadsnewyork.com (Please call first, before making a long trip. Thanks!)

Eastenders Coffee House – 40 Main Street, Riverhead – Free Admission

Grounds and Sounds Cafe. UU Fellowship.  380 Nicholls Rd (just north of Rt. 347)
Stony Brook   www.groundsandsounds.uufsb.org

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