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Late Summer 2008 LI Music listings

Danny Paisley & The Southern Grass

+ Sat Aug 16 Long Island Bluegrass Festival 12 Noon -8pm Dan Paisley & The Southern Grass!!!!!!! also
Buddy Merriam (WUSB 90.1FM) & Back Roads: James Reams & Barnstormers; Too Blue; Michael Daves; Free Grass Union; Blue Detour and lots more. Workshops, children’s activities, food and a great day of bluegrass right here on Long Island. Bring your instruments, there will be a tent for workshops and jamming! Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts Tanner Park, Copiague

+ Sat Aug 16 – Joel Sikowitz Dixieland Band – (Gardiner County Park – Music at Twilight – Concerts begin at 6pm)

[Sat, 8/16/08 The Folk Groovin’ Café, St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church, 655 Old Country Rd., Dix Hills (3/10 miles West of Deer Park Rd. (Rte. 231)) w/ THE ADAM MONACO BAND, JIM FRAZZITTA & OPEN TIME. 7:45 pm. Unplugged and completely acoustic. $7. Coffee, Tea, and light refreshments. 631-368-1920. www.myspace.com/jimfrazzitta]

+ Sun Aug 17 at 2pm The Wes Houston Band – (Bayard Cutting Arboretum) The Islip Arts Council . $ 6. per car parking fee

+ Sun Aug 17. The Campbell Brothers Gospel/Jazz 8:30pm Huntington Arts Council Summer Arts Festival. Harry Chapin Theater, Heckscher Park

[Sun 8/17/08 Dominican Festival. 11:00a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Solar Cafe, 1 First Ave., Brentwood, NY 11717, www.solarcafeus.com (631) 348-7181]

[Sun, 8/17/08 Elwoodstock 9 from 1PM til Sunset – Weather Permitting, Elwood Park, Cuba Hill Rd, Elwood, NY (Town of Huntington), Free, All Ages. Music by: Reckoning The Freams (Formerly Kelly Project), Fusion Collective, Adam Gieckel, Cindy Lopez/Tad Sterling Duet. http://is.gd/I4W]

+ every Wed Acoustic Long Island Concerts! 8pm Deepwells Mansion in Saint James
+ Fri Aug 22 – Rain date (TBD) 7pm Happenings On Main Street 2008 Northport Arts Coalition Northport Village Park Area

+ Sun Aug 24 at 2pm The Defibrillators – (Bayard Cutting Arboretum) The Islip Arts Council . $ 6. per car parking fee

+ Tues Aug 26 at 12:30pm Gail Storm – (Bay Shore Band Shell) The Islip Arts Council
+ August 27 Third Annual Harry Chapin Tribute: Eisenhower Park Lakeside Theatre Free Summer Entertainment Host Stuart Markus; Tom Griffith & Martha Trachtenberg; Judith Zweiman; members of the Defibrillators &Tornado Alley; Frank Walker; Robin Eve; Terry Winchell; Doc Butler & JC Cob; Josh Joffen; Folk Fiction; Wonderous Stories; Cathy Kreger; MediaCrime; Debra Lynne; Doug Kwartler; Seth Davis; Ed Ryan; and Glen Roethel. World Hunger Year Executive Director Bill Ayres

Admission to the concert is free, but concert-goers are asked to bring donations of non-perishable food for Long Island Cares and cash donations for World Hunger Year, charities founded by Chapin.

+ August 27 Noontime Concert: Road House requires liesure pass
+ Tues Aug 28 at 12:30pm Terry Winchell & Suzanne Mueller – (Bay Shore Band Shell) The Islip Arts Council

+ Fri Aug 29 Glenn Baldwin & Friends of Jazz: Jazz, singers & guest artist 7pm Happenings On Main Street 2008 Northport Arts Coalition http://www.northportarts..org/index.html https://northportarts.sslpowered.com/happenings-on-main-street.html Northport Village Park Area

+ Sat Aug 30 at 6pm Tornado Alley – (Gardiner County Park – Music at Twilight – The Islip Arts Council

+ Sun Aug 31 at 2pm Lil’ Cliff & the Cliffhangers – (Bayard Cutting Arboretum) The Islip Arts Council $ 6. per car parking fee

+ Check sources below for full fall Long Island Folk Music season

+ Thurs Dec 11 Pat Wictor, Cheryl Prashker accompanies Second Thursday Concert Series, Babylon, NY

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Hi Folk Music Fans,
Here are selected Summer events.
See Below for some summer events.
Check your County, Town, Village and Library for more events.
Check sources below for full fall Long Island Folk Music season
Thank you for your support of Long Island Folk Music, the Artists, Our Times Coffeehouse, and The Song Box.

Yours truly,

Richard de Bruin

rdebruin@suffolk.lib.ny.us or rdebruin@optonline.net

Don’t forget indoors every Wed 8pm! Acoustic Long Island Concerts! Deepwells Mansion in Saint James (25A) St. James. www.acousticlongisland.com By Dave and Rob Dircks FREE!

Huntington Arts Council 42nd Annual Summer Arts Festival 2008 Schedule FREE! Bring a blanket or lawn chair

Harry Chapin Theater, Heckscher Park, Main St, Huntington. Across from HuntingtonTown Hall.
Park in HuntingtonTown Hallt lot or on streets adjacent to Heckscher Park
Shows at 8:30pm, except Family Series 7:30pm Tuesday

Sat Aug 16 Long Island Philharmonic

Sun Aug 17. The Campbell Brothers Gospel/Jazz

Summer Arts Festival Rain Location only Tuesday 7:30pm Family shows

ALL performances are held in Heckscher Park despite the whims of the weather; so take along your umbrella! In the event of severe weather on TUESDAYS ONLY (Family Series), the rain location is the Elwood Middle School, located at 478 Elwood Road in East Northport at the John Glenn High School Elwood Complex. If in doubt about a TUESDAY evening performance, call the Huntington Summer Arts Festival Severe Weather Extension: 631-271-8423 x4.

For Tuesday 7:30pm Family shows Rain Location: From Heckscher Park, make a left from Prime Avenue onto 25A ( Main Street), heading East. At the intersection of 25A and Park Avenue, turn right onto Park Avenue, heading South. Continue on Park Avenue until it intersects with Pulaski Road. At that intersection, turn left onto Pulaski, heading East. Proceed on Pulaski East for approximately 3 miles until the intersection with Elwood Road. Turn right onto Elwood Road and continue for approximately 1.5 mile

http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/agencies/Parks/2008SummerSchedule.html

2008 Eisenhower Park Lakeside Theatre Free Summer Entertainment Schedule

August 16 Best of Broadway

August 17 Armenian American Night

August 18 Ukrainian American Night

August 20 Noontime Concert: Ad Lib Steel Band / High Tide

August 21 Movie Night: “Bourne Ultimatum ”

August 22 “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” by Clutural Arts Playhouse

August 24 Indian American Night

August 25 Scandinavian American Night

Wed Aug 27 Third Annual Harry Chapin Tribute at the Lakeside Theatre

Wed Aug 27 Noontime Concert: Road House

August 28 Movie Night: “Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix ”

August 30 Long Island Rocks for Freedom

http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/agencies/Parks/NewsRelease/2007/08-15-07B.html

Wed Aug 27 Lakeside Theatre Hosts Third Annual Harry Chapin Tribute on

In July of 1981, folk singer and activist Harry Chapin died in an auto accident on the way to perform at Eisenhower Park. This summer, on Monday, August 27, at 7:30 p.m., two dozen of Long Island’s top singer-songwriters will again gather in Eisenhower Park to pay tribute to Chapin at the outdoor theater that bears his name, announced Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi.

“We are very fortunate that such a fine group of accomplished musicians have donated their time and talent to honor Harry Chapin, a Long Island icon,” says Suozzi. “It offers us an excellent opportunity to enjoy a unique evening of entertainment, while supporting a very worthy cause.”

Admission to the concert is free, but concert-goers are asked to bring donations of non-perishable food for Long Island Cares and cash donations for World Hunger Year, charities founded by Chapin.

The concert, organized by Malverne singer-songwriter Stuart Markus, is the third annual assemblage of Chapin’s friends and admirers at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre in Eisenhower Park. The performers hope to top the success of last year’s concert, which drew a crowd of 3,000 and raised more than 1,000 pounds of food. The concerts have raised a total of approximately 1.25 tons of food.

World Hunger Year Executive Director Bill Ayres, who co-founded the organization with Chapin, is expected to be on hand at the concert along with representatives from both charities, to assist with collections. Members of the Island Songwriters Showcase, a workshop group that traces its roots back to Chapin’s living room get-togethers in the 1970s, are also planning to volunteer.

The slate of participating musicians and bands includes Markus (who has achieved local fame as the balladeer of Long Island groundhog Malverne Mel); husband-and-wife team Tom Griffith and Martha Trachtenberg; Judith Zweiman; members of the Defibrillators and Tornado Alley; Frank Walker; Robin Eve; Terry Winchell; Doc Butler & JC Cob; Josh Joffen; Folk Fiction; Wonderous Stories; Cathy Kreger; MediaCrime; Debra Lynne; Doug Kwartler; Seth Davis; Ed Ryan; and Glen Roethel.

Lakeside Theatre is located near parking fields 6 and 6A. Special accommodations are available for disabled patrons, including reserved parking, easily accessible restrooms, and a convenient reserved location on the hill. Assistive hearing devices are available for the hearing impaired. There is no formal seating at Lakeside Theatre, so concert-goers are urged to bring folding chairs. If weather conditions are doubtful, call (516) 572-0355 after 7 p.m. for updated performance information.

Eisenhower Park is located in East Meadow with entrances on Hempstead Turnpike at East Meadow Avenue and at the intersection of Stewart and Merrick avenues For more information, call the Public Information at 516-572-0200 weekdays during business hours.

To get to Eisenhower Park, take the Meadowbrook Parkway to Exit 3 (Stewart Avenue) or Exit 4 (Hempstead Turnpike). All evening concerts and movies are held at the Lakeside Theatre. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted; movies begin at dusk. For these events use Parking Fields 6 & 6A.

All noontime concerts are held in the shady area near Parking Fields 6 & 6A. A Leisure Passport is required.

Sat Aug 16 Long Island Bluegrass Festival Dan Paisley & The Southern Grass!!!!!!! also Buddy Merriam & Back Roads James Reams & Barnstormers; Too Blue; Michael Daves; Free Grass Union; Blue Detour and lots more. Workshops, children’s activities, food and a great day of bluegrass right here on Long Island. Bring your instruments, there will be a tent for workshops and jamming! Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts Tanner Park, Copiague www.babylonarts.com 631-587-3696 babylonarts@mindspring.com

A full day, family-friendly event in Tanner Park, Copiague. Featuring live musical performances and vendors of food, drink and crafts,and CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES. Bring a blanket or lawn chair.

$10 / $5 children under 10 NO ALCOHOL… NO PETS PLEASE!

Southern State Parkway to Exit 32 South (Rte.110). Go south 2.6 mi. to end of Rte. 110. This is Montauk Hwy. (Rte, 27A). Go East (left) 1 mi. on 27A to Wilson Ave. Turn right and go south .5 mi. to Tanner Park.

BY BUS AT COPIAGUE STA.: SATURDAY ONLY!! NO SUNDAY SERVICE!! Bus 1B leaves station 9:55, 10:55, 11:55, 1:55, 2:55, 3:55, arrives at Tanner Park 10:05, 11:05, 12:05,2:05,3;05, 4:05. (Leaves Tanner Park 10 mins. After the hour except for 12:00.) SUFFOLK TRANSIT (631-852-5200.)

Happenings On Main Street 2008 Fri Evenings

http://www.northportarts..org/index.html https://northportarts.sslpowered.com/happenings-on-main-street.html

Northport Chamber of Commerce, Northport Arts Coalition

Ten Years of Great Musical Entertainment Fridays 7-8:30pm. May 23 – August 29

Northport Village Park Area

Fri Aug 15 – Constant Wonder – Original children music/interactive

Fri Aug 22 – Rain date (TBD)

Fri Aug 29 – Glenn Baldwin & Friends of Jazz: Jazz, singers & guest artists

Happenings on Main Street have presented more than 50 musical groups and artists on more than 100 performance dates since 1999

Produced by Fred Richtberg; Artistic Direction by Sandy & Steve Edwards; Additional Support from the Inc. Village of Northport; Doris Rowe (Poster) Terry Lister (Publicity); Info: 631-261-6917 or www.northportarts.org

Happenings 2008 are made possible with funding from the Northport Chamber of Commerce, Barefoot Image and the New York State Council on the Arts. In Suffolk County, the Decentralization Program is administered by The Huntington Arts Council, Inc. in partnership with the Suffolk Consortium of Arts Councils.

Northport has indoor music the rest of the year.

Do-Ing Music Concert Series: The Bacheler Consort will perform Friday, July 25th, 7:30 p.m. at Northport Library, 151 Laurel Ave. Every month

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The Islip Arts Council presents: Free 2008 Summer Concert Series

http://www.islipartscouncil.org/

http://www.islipartscouncil.org/free_concerts.html

Sat Aug 16 – Joel Sikowitz Dixieland Band – (Gardiner County Park – Music at Twilight – Concerts begin at 6pm) This favorite society band has been entertaining Long Island audiences for over thirty years. In addition to many community events, they have appeared at a large number of charity fund-raisers all over Long Island, including the Long Island Philharmonic Ball and the Babylon Beautification Society’s Annual Fair. Members of the Joel Sikowitz Orchestra have performed with Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Joel Grey, among other luminaries of the music world.

Sun Aug 17 at 2pm The Wes Houston Band – (Bayard Cutting Arboretum) The Wes Houston Band has been creating a uniquely American combination of blues, folk, rock, country, jazz and even gospel for more than four decades. Starting out in the 60’s, Wes’ recordings became part of the Broadside albums, featuring Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs and Eric Andersen, and which were nominated for a Grammy Award. Wes is also the host of his own television show, Wes Houston Presents… broadcast weekly in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens Counties on Public Access networks. $ 6. per car parking fee

Tues Aug 28 at 12:30pm Terry Winchell & Suzanne Mueller – (Bay Shore Band Shell) This singer-songwriter’s original songs and beautiful voice complement her creative musicianship, taking her inspiration from the world around her, and infusing her ever-present positive attitude into her compositions. Her vocal style blends the elegance of k. d. laing with the soft honesty of Trisha Yearwood. As a participant in the Spirit Aid Festival in Glasgow, and the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland, and the Roots 2 the Future tour in, Terry has cultivated a following in Europe, and her songs are heard on broadcast and internet radio stations both here and abroad.

Sun Aug 24 at 2pm The Defibrillators – (Bayard Cutting Arboretum) Aging Baby Boomers now have a band whose music reflects their refusal to grow old gracefully. The Defibrillators poke good-natured fun at the foibles of aging in their contagious blues-based rock originals. Billing themselves as “the World’s Oldest Boy Band”, The Defibs show they can kick it as energetically as (if not as high as) any of the young whippersnapper bands making the scene. Sonny Meadows on lead vocals and harmonica, Sonny Speed on keyboards, “Pops” Westcott on guitar, Dr. “Max” Foreman on guitar, “Buddy Boy” Cattrano on bass and Robert Langley on drums. $ 6 per car parking fee

Tues Aug 26 at 12:30pm Gail Storm – (Bay Shore Band Shell) A beloved favorite of good-time blues aficionados. This engaging and memorable blues and jazz pianist plays barrelhouse piano and sings women’s blues with equal ease. Gail is an elegant vocalist specializing in boogie-woogie and swingin’ blues with influences from early women’s blues, New Orleans jazz, and jump blues. Her rootsy style reflects her love of early jazz greats such as Louis Jordan, Oscar Peterson and Bessie Smith. Gail is a native southerner, but she moved to Huntington in the 1990s because of its thriving music scene.

Sat Aug 30 at 6pm Tornado Alley – (Gardiner County Park – Music at Twilight – Concerts begin at 6 PM.) Five piece acoustic band featuring multi-voice harmony. Tornado Alley enjoys blending many acoustic sounds from across America, writing fresh new songs that feel as if you already know them. The band features four of Long Island’s acclaimed singer/songwriters and a respected session drummer who all have been playing the local scene for some time: Sonny Speed on mandolin, guitars, melodica and vocals, Vinny Crici on guitar, mandolin, bass and vocals, Tim Huss on guitar, bass and vocals, Lora Kendall on fiddle and vocals and Rob Langley on percussion and vocals.

Sun Aug 31 at 2pm Lil’ Cliff & the Cliffhangers – (Bayard Cutting Arboretum) Harmonica-driven swinging blues: Lil’ Cliff on vocals & harmonica, Rick Street on vocals and upright bass, Dennis Phelps on vocals and guitar and Frank Patterson on drums. After winning the regional 2006 International Blues Challenge competition, these four professionals then took their special brand of original jump blues down to Memphis, TN to compete in the annual International Blues Challenge, which is the world’s largest gathering of blues musicians. And wouldn’t you know it, out of literally hundreds of blues artists from all over the world, the boys placed in the final top ten! $ 6. per car parking fee

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New this summer … Saturday Afternoon Free Concerts– Sayville Common Ground – Gillette Park — 4 pm. All these concerts are free and open to the public.

For further information, directions, or concert listings and locations, you can call the Islip Arts Council at (631) 224-5420 or e-mail info@islipartscouncil.org

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Directions to Islip Event Locations

Directions to Bay Shore Bandshell:

• Take Sunrise Highway to Exit 43 – Fifth Avenue.

• Go South on Fifth Avenue (Rte 13A) all the way to Main Street.

• Cross over Main Street and make the first left onto Gibson Street.

• Go East one and a half blocks. The Bay Shore Bandshell is on the left.

• Parking lots are on the right.

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• Take Southern State Parkway east to Exit 42S – Fifth Avenue.

• At the end of the exit, make a LEFT onto Spur Drive South,

and an immediate RIGHT onto Fifth Avenue. (Be careful, this can be a little tricky.)

• Go South on Fifth Avenue (Rte 13A) all the way to Main Street.

• Cross over Main Street and make the first left onto Gibson Street.

• Go East one and a half blocks. The Bay Shore Bandshell is on the left.

• Parking lots are on the right.

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Directions to Bayard Cutting Arboretum in Great River:

From the North Shore:

• Take the Grand Central Parkway to Northern State Parkway east.

• Take Northern State Parkway east until you get to Sagtikos Parkway south.

• Take Sagtikos Parkway south to Southern State Parkway east.

• Bear LEFT onto Southern State east toward Heckscher State Park.

• Take Exit 45E onto Route 27A – Great River/Oakdale.

• Take 27A ( Montauk Highway) for about 1/4 mile.

• The Bayard Cutting Arboretum is on the RIGHT just after you get onto Rte 27A.

• Park in the lot on the right; during the summer, the concerts are on the lawn in front of the main house.

• During the winter, the concerts are in the Carriage House to the left of the main house.

From the South Shore:

• Alternatively, take Southern State Parkway all the way to exit 45E.

• Take Exit 45E onto Route 27A – Great River/Oakdale.

• Take 27A ( Montauk Highway) for about 1/4 mile.

• The Bayard Cutting Arboretum is on the RIGHT just after you get onto Rte 27A.

• Park in the lot on the right; during the summer, the concerts are on the lawn in front of the main house.

• During the winter, the concerts are in the Carriage House to the left of the main house.

From the east :

• Take Sunrise Highway to the Oakdale split (exit 46). Keep all the way to the right, and go right at Connetquot Avenue South. Go right again, and again to get onto Connetquot Ave. Take Connetquot to Rte. 27A ( Montauk Highway).

• Go Left on Montauk Highway; the entrance to the Arboretum is 500′ on the RIGHT.

• Park in the lot on the right; during the summer, the concerts are on the lawn in front of the main house.

• During the winter, the concerts are in the Carriage House to the left of the main house.

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Directions to Gardiner’s County Park:

• Take Sunrise Highway to Exit 41 – Robert Moses Parkway.

• Go South on Robert Moses to Exit RM 2E – Montauk Highway.

• Go approximately one-half mile. The entrance to Gardiner’s County Park is on the right, opposite Sagtikos Manor

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• Take Southern State Parkway to Exit 41S – Robert Moses Parkway South.

• Go South on Robert Moses to Exit RM 2E – Montauk Highway.

• Go approximately one-half mile. The entrance to Gardiner’s County Park is on the right, opposite Sagtikos Manor

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• Take Montauk Highway west through Bay Shore.

• Go approximately two miles past Fifth Avenue (through Brighwaters).

• The entrance to Gardiner’s County Park is on the left, opposite Sagtikos Manor

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For further information, directions, or concert listings and locations, you can call the Islip Arts Council at (631) 224-5420 or e-mail info@islipartscouncil.org

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For information on other events

Fordham Univ WFUV 90.7FM www.wfuv.org

Stony Brook Univ WUSB 90.1FM now http://wusb.fm www.wusb.org

WSHU 91.1FM or 913FM + others www.wshu.org

WPKN 89.5FM www.wpkn.org

Gary LIConcertNotes@optonline.net frequent LI Listings, much, much more regular then me! If you do not receive Long Island Concert Notes you should send your Email address to him.

Updated Listings & Info! Includes Lots of Long Island listings Mike’s AcousticMusicScene.com www.acousticmusicscene.com

Acoustic Live www.acousticlive.com

Acoustic Long Island at Deepwells Mansion www.acousticlongisland.com Every Wed inc summer! + ALI’s Annual Summer Concert!

The rest of these venues restart their regular concerts but for the summer check the Towns, Counties, Villages Cities and Librarys for special summer music. The linaries also have fall, winter and spring indoor concerts.

Peacesmiths peacesmiths@yahoo.com First Fri

Island Songwriters Showcase Syosset Showcase www.islandsongwriters.org First Fri

Garden Stage Concerts www.uuccn.org First Fri

First Saturday Concert, Folk Music Society of Huntington www.fmshny.org First Sat. Sat Aug 2 Annual Summer Concert

The Grounds and Sounds Café 631-751-0297 Second Fri

Eclectic Café www.EclecticCafe.org Second Sat

Our Times Coffeehouse http://www.ourtimescoffeehouse.org Third Fri (Except Fri June 13)

Hard Luck Café www.fmshny.org Third Sat

The Song Box Fourth Sat Concert reservations & George’s The Song Box Emailings (With color pictures) songbox@optonline.net 516-579-5365

Soul Growth <4soulgrowth@gmail.com> Usually Fourth/Last Sat

The Last Licks Café www.lastlickscafe.org Fourth/Last Sat

The University Café www.universitycafe.org Usually Sun afternoons

Finch Mountain House Concert 631- 661-1278

Court House Concerts www.courthouseconcerts.com courthouseconcerts@yahoo.com Sunday, July 6 Abbie Gardner & Anthony da Costa CD Release Bad Nights / Better Days /w special guest Phil Minissale

NY Pinewoods Folk Music Club Folk-Fone: 212-563-4099 www.folkmusicny.org

Long Island Music Index www.limusicindex.com

Barb’s The Long Island Poetry Calendar & some music events www.poetz.com/longisland/index.htm

My Long Island Folk Music Emails have sometimes been posted on Kimberly & Ian’s www.onthewilderside.net or www.www.onthewilderside.com

and also posted by Bill Herman at Paradiddle Records’ www.paradiddlerecords.com

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To receive or stop Song Box & LI Folk Music Email rdebruin@suffolk.lib.ny.us or rdebruin@optonline.net

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