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Sid Cherry, Hank Stone & more 3/20/10

ISS Night at the Hard Luck Café

Saturday, March 20, 2010 The showcase begins at 8:30 PM. Open mike begins at 7:30 PM.
$10 general admission / $7 for FMSH members Folk Music Society of Huntington website

Congregational Church of Huntington (Wheelchair Accessible)

30 Washington Drive, Centerport, NY  The Performers (pictured above):

Walt Sargent will introduce the performers, and will perform one song in memory of Bob Campbell during the open mic.

The ISS is honored to be invited back to the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s Hard Luck Café. For the third year, ISS members have nominated six performers for their talent and accomplishment. Each one is a gem, – a songwriter with a voice that is truly their own.

Some will perform solo and some with a small ensemble. In addition, we are collaborating on a few very special group numbers to be announced at the event. The evening is sure to be unique, varied and a lot of fun.

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