Counterclockwise 10/15/10 & more

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Dear Folk Music Fans,
Counterclockwise music from Rich Stein
Our Times Coffeehouse
Friday, October 15
Concert 8 pm; Doors 7:15 pm
Save your seat and enjoy refreshments before the show!
Our Times Coffeehouse, Ethical Humanist Society, 38 Old Country Road, Garden City, NY
2 miles West of Meadow Brook Parkway, Past Franklin (Mineola Blvd), South (Left) Side next to water tower. About ¼ mi East of end of Old Country Rd (turns North & becomes Herricks Rd & goes under the railroad, Rockaway Ave goes South)
Come and see and hear Counterclockwise Admission $ 15
Our Times Coffeehouse has Layah Jane on the Third Friday November 19.
I have included other listings at the end of the Email.
Thank you for your support of Long Island Folk Music, the Artists, Our Times Coffeehouse, and The Song Box.
Yours truly,
Richard de Bruin
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Counterclockwise music from Rich Stein
music from Rich Stein

is the product of more than three years of intense work. Interrupted by a myriad of issues, illnesses, scheduling hassles and other bizarre twists and turns, “CCW” arrives battle scarred yet fully realized and complete. Its ten pieces are tightly composed and arranged, and the production work of Phil Jimenez is simply outstanding. This recording is about the guitar as part of a larger ensemble–sometimes with strings, sometimes with percussion, often with both. The added players on the recording are all masters of their trade. The end result speaks for itself.

As a title, Counterclockwise means a great deal to me. From the rotation of the most powerful storms in the Northern Hemisphere to the directional indications found in daily life, the phrase “turning to the left” is overrun with interpretations and innuendos from harmless to sinister (itself an antiquated term for left-handedness). With hurricanes and tornados, separate but related forces combine to produce phenomenal power and energy, leaving everyone and everything in its wake permanently affected. The destruction is potentially devastating as the force rips across the landscape sparing nothing in its way until its fuel is spent.
Metaphorically the left turn has a great deal of potential energy.
In addition to harnessing such energy, this music has become my refuge It’s a composition CD, not purely a guitar CD with accompaniment. Through these works I’ve been able to reconnect with some musical threads from my earlier influences, yet present them in a new and exciting way. In a sense I feel as if I’ve moved forward and backward at the same time, or maybe moved forward by moving backwards. At any rate, the musical energy released is more powerful and the ideas more complete than anything I’ve ever laid down in a studio. Thanks to Phil, Vanesa, Simon, Andrew, Rebecca, Melinda, Ed, Alexandra, Dave, Paul and Matt for helping to make it a reality.

The Counterclockwise group presents the wonderful music of Rich Stein on guitar supported by upright bass, cello, violin/viola and percussion with a another acoustic guitarist for part of the evening.

Our Times Coffeehouse
Friday, October 15
Our Times Coffeehouse
+ Third Fri Oct 15 Counterclockwise music from Rich Stein + Third Fri Nov 19 Layah Jane
Watch for fine Winter/Spring 2011 Our Times Coffeehouse performers!
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Fourth Sat 8p The Song Box Concert reservations & George’s The Song Box Emailings (With color pictures) 516-579-5365 Seaford (Collects Food) + Fourth Sat Oct 23 Jim Dexter & Rich Stein + Fourth Sat Nov 27 Bob Westcott & Wes Houston +
The Song Box has brought the donated food to Island Harvest Mineols 516-294-8528, (Uniondale 516-805-4786 & Holbrook 516-805-4783); The Inter-Fath Nutritional Network, INN Hempstead (516) 486-8506; and Huntington based groups.
Many of the venues listted below also have food collections. Check I have indicated those that I am sure collect food. Bring a can or other nonperishable food when you go to them!
“Then the King will say to those on His right, ‘Come, you who are blessed of My Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me.’ Then the righteous will answer Him, ‘Lord, when did we see You hungry, and feed You, or thirsty, and give You something to drink? And when did we see You a stranger, and invite You in, or naked, and clothe You? When did we see You sick, or in prison, and come to You?’ The King will answer and say to them, ‘Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.’ ”  Matthew 25:34-40
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Fordham U WFUV 90.7FM

Stony Brook U WUSB 90.1FM www.WUSB.FM

WSHU 91.1FM or 91.3FM + others


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Long Island Folk Music Venues
First Wed again 8p Acoustic Long Island at Deepwells Mansion St James + Sept 1 Robert Bruey & Miles to Dayton

Usually First Thurs 7:30 pm Live in the Lobby at the Patchogue Theatre 71 East Main Street, Patchogue +  Thurs Oct 21 Sunrise Skyline & Special Guest Butchers Blind + Nov 4 Joni in the Lobby. Music of Joni Mitchell and celebrate her 67th birthday. Featuring Jay Scott, Gathering Time, Jessie Haynes, Mike Katzman & friends, Rorie Kelly, Leah Kay, Jennett Russell, Iridesense, Caroline Doctorow, Katie Pearlman, Michele Sivori Herman, Suzanne Ernst, Maria Fairchild, Claudia A benefit concert for Live in the Lobby + Jan 6 + Feb 4  Claudia Jacobs & special guest Rough Folk + Mar 3 Tornado Alley and special guest Ken ‘The Rocket” Korb

First Fri Island Songwriters Showcase Syosset Showcase w/ open mic 8pm Borders Books Syosset

First Fri Peacesmiths Coffehouse First United Methodist Church of Amityville, 25 Broadway/rt110 (Southmost end near Merrick Rd/Montauk hwy) (631) 798-0778 w/ open mic + Special Sun Sept 26 A multi-faceted event: Potluck (please, everyone bring something to share) Concert and Drum Circle 2-6pm at Daniel Levin’s home in Lindenhurst (And, please bring a vegetarian dish, too. Bananas count!*) *We have lots of vegetarians, so hope you don’t mind bringing food they will feel comfortable with. It doesn’t have to be fancy or have tofu in it. You can just bring fruit or salad if that works for you…)

First Fri7:30pm Garden Stage Concerts Open Mic Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau 223 Stewart Ave @N/W Corner Nassau Blvd, Garden City 516-248-8855 + Dec 3 Joe Crookston + Jan 7 Martha Tractenberg & Tom Griffith/Josh Joffen + February 4 Greg Greenway, Joe Jencks, & Pat Wictor Trio + March 4 Gathering Time + April 1 Beatles Jam (John Redgate & Glen Roethel) + May 6 Sloan Wainwright + June 4

First Sat 7:30p
First Saturday Concert, Folk Music Society of Huntington 631-425-2925 open mic Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Dr, Centerport (Church Collects Food) + Nov 6 April Verch Band + Dec. 4 Annual Members Showcase Concert + Feb. 5 A.J. RoachCarolann SolebelloNels AndrewsRebecca Pronsky + Mar 5 John McCutcheon + Apr 2 The Kennedys + May 7 + June 4 John Flynn & John Wort Hannam
Second Thurs 7:30pm Second Thursday Concert Series, Babylon Village Arts Council, Astoria Federal Savings Bank, 180 West Main Street , Babylon 631- 661-1278 free

Second Thursday Featured performer + Open Mike Cold Spring Harbor Library

Second Fri 8pm The Grounds & Sounds Café open mic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook, 380 Nicolls Rd, Setauket 631-751-0297 + Oct 8 Rod Picott + Nov 12 Greg Galuccio’s Rock-Funk-Gospel-Folk-Soul-Jazz-Blues Review

Second Sat 7:30pm Eclectic Café 631- 661-1278 open mic The Unitarian Universalist Society of South Suffolk, 28 Brentwood Rd, Bay Shore (Collects Food) + Sat Oct 9 BettySoo

Second Sat Homegrown Music Cafe St Gerard Majella Church, 300 Terryville Rd, Port Jefferson Station NY Just South of Rt 347 +

+ Special Fri Sept 24 Vance Gilbert + Third Fri 8p Our Times Coffeehouse Ethical Humanist Society, 38 Old Country Road, Garden City 516-541-1066 (Collects Food) + Third Fri Oct 15 Counterclockwise + Third Fri Nov 19 Layah Jane

Third Sat 8p Hard Luck Café, Folk Music Society of Huntington 631- 661-1278 w/ open mic Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Dr, Centerport (Collects Food) + Oct 16 Caroline Doctorow & Joe Whyte + Nov 20 + Dec 18 The Ya Yas & Hope Machine + Jan 15 + Feb 19 Kaydi Johnson & _  + Mar 19 Island Songwriters Showcase performers

Last Mon ISS Bellmore Memorial Library Showcase open mic, 2288 Bedford ave Belmore NY 516-785-2990 7-9pm + Oct 25 Dave Anthony / Frank Gambino / Mike Svezia + Nov 29 Mark Hussey / Estelle Hendrich / Hank Stone

Fourth Friday Concert + Third Sun Third Sunday Song Swap Featured performers 1pm, + Folk Jam 2pm The Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts BACCA Arts Center, 149 N. Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, NY (North of the LIRR)

Fourth Fri Pagan Place Concerts, South Huntington 8pm 631-470-4317

Fourth Sat 8p The Song Box Concert reservations & George’s The Song Box Emailings (With color pictures) 516-579-5365 Seaford (Collects Food) + Fourth Sat Oct 23 Jim Dexter & Rich Stein + Fourth Sat Nov 27 Bob Westcott & Wes Houston

Usually Fourth/Last Sat 8p
.Soul Growth w/ Judged open mic. Body Awareness Studio, 50 W Montauk Hwy, Lindenhurst 631-957-4692 + Open Mic w/ prize + Sat Sept 25

Fourth/Last Sat 7:30p the Last Licks Café w/ open mic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington, 109 Browns Road, Huntington + Sep 25 Ikebe Shakedown + Oct 23 The Queazles
Sun Sept 26 from 4-8pm Concert to Benefit The International Rescue Committee Martha Trachtenberg; Lois Morton; Jullianne Grace Park; Mr. James Johnson; Phil Minisale; Tina Lear; Josh Joffen; Larry Siegel; Mason Sansonia; & Michael Sansonia. Band, to accompany all! & MANY MORE! (still pending) Festivities to include gift baskets and 50/50 raffles, and the finest of victuals lovingly home-made. Tickets are $15, +? Dinner is $10 Advance tickets 917-797-2225 Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau The International Rescue Committee has been doing humanitarian work since 1933.  They are currently providing aid and services to displaced people in Afghanistan, Haiti, and Pakistan.  Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau, (Site of Garden Stage Concerts) 223 Stewart Avenue (at Nassau Boulevard), Garden City, New York (½ Block North of the Nassau Boulevard Long Island Rail Road Station)
Usually Sun afternoons 2p The University Café Stony Brook Union Building, Stony Brook University 631-632-1093 Host Charlie Backfish, Sunday Street Radio Sunday morning 9-11:30am WUSB 90.1FM + Sun Oct 10 Eric Andersen 2pm Homecoming Weekend concert Sun Nov 7 Slaid Cleaves 2pm + Sun Nov 14 James Keelaghan 2pm + Sun Nov 28 Ellis Paul’s annual Thanksgiving weekend concert 2pm + Sun Dec 12 David Francey 2pm
Thurs Oct 21 Jez Lowe Special House Concert Folk Music Society of Huntington 7:30pm Reservations required 631 425 2925 folksinger on tour from the UKPot: luck supper – bring a share Music starts at 7:30pm
Check Various Sun Folk Jams, Sing Alongs, Folk Music Society of Huntington Check 1-5pm Huntington Library, Main St, just East of Woodbury Rd, Closing Weather info Huntington Library 631-427-5165  + Oct 10 + Nov 7 + Dec 12
+ Fri Nov 19 James Lee Stanley Finch Mountain House Concert 631-661-1278 Reservations, Babylon + Sun 2-pm Pot Luck Supper 3pm Concert + Sometimes Fri Evening Pot luck supper 7pm Concert 8pm. Please bring something to share +
Usually? Brookhaven National Laboratory Music Club 631-344-3846. or at door, Photo ID, Berkner Auditorium William Floyd Parkway (County Rd 46), one-and-a-half miles North of Exit 68 LIE + Sat Oct 16 Buddy Merriam & Back Roads 30th Anniversary Extravaganza! Celebrating 30 Mighty Years of Bluegrass! + Nov The Black Hollies
The Jean Rimsky Theater at Landmark on Main Street 516-767-6444 at 232 Main St, Port Washington + WFUV 90.7FM Roots Rock SeriesWFUV 90.7FM City Folk Sunday Breakfast (Sunday 8-11am) DJ John Platt hosts Fabulous Folk Series! + Sat Oct 16 They Might Be Giants host John Platt children 3pm evening 8 pm + Fri Oct 22 Marilyn Maye in “Mercer, the May Way” 8pm + Sat Oct 23 Raul Malo Roots Rock 8pm + Sat Nov 6 Spotlight Gala ’10 Sutton Foster Gala Concert 8pm + Sat Nov 13 Theaterworks USA’s “The Berenstain Bears” Children 2pm + Sat Dec 4 Red Horse: Lucy Kaplansky, John Gorka & Eliza Gilkyson Fabulous Folk 8pm + Sat Jan 15 Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp 7pm + Sat Jan 22 Diane Birch Roots Rock 8pm + Sun Jan 23 “The Three Little Pigs” Children’s Opera Children 2pm + Sat Jan 29 Maureen McGovern & Jimmy Webb Nostalgic Nights 8pm + Sat Feb 5 Buckwheat Zydeco World Beat 8pm + Sun Feb 6 Paper Bag Players’ “Whoop-De-Doo!” Children 2pm + Sat Feb 12 Shawn Colvin Fabulous Folk 8pm + Sun Feb 13 Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater 8pm +  Sat Mar 5 Loudon Wainwright III Fabulous Folk 8pm + Fri Mar 11 Jay Johnson’s “The Two & Only” (2007 Tony Award Winner!) Special 8pm + Sat Mar 26 Sol y Canto World Beat 8pm + Sat Apr 2 David Parsons Dance Company 8pm + Sat Apr 9 The Smithereens Roots Rock 8pm + Sun Apr 10 Wah! World Beat 7:30pm + Fri Apr 29 Alejandro Escovedo Roots Rock 8pm + Sat Apr 30 Theaterworks USA’s “Duck for President and other Stories” Children 2pm + Sat May 7 Billy Stritch & Friends Sing the Mel Torme Songbook  8pm + Sat May 14 The Roches Fabulous Folk 8pm + Sat May 21 Ben E. King Nostalgic Nights 8pm + Sun May 22 American Family Theater’s “Pippi Longstocking” Children 2pm + Sun June 5 Theaterworks USA’s “Charlotte’s Web” Children 2pm + Sat June 18 Lucie Arnaz in “Latin Roots” Main Stage 8pm +
Fri & Sat every weekend 8p Samantha’s Lil Bit Of Heaven 287 Larkfield Road, East Northport Check Christian music type, comedy www.SamanthasLilBitofHeavenorg 31-262-1212
Northport Arts Coalition + NAC 2nd Wednesdays is a collaborative venture with the Northport Library + various Fri Do-Ing Music Concert:  7:30pm Northport Library, 151 Laurel Ave. Northport + Every Summer
Long Island Traditional Music Association, LITMA Ocassional Concerts + frequent Contradance, English Country Dance, Family Dance, Shape Note Singing, LITMA Orchestra + Lots more
Sat Oct 23  Roger Silverberg; Pleasant Bud & Jody; Scott Krokoff: & Liz Smith Conklin Barn Limited Space: Reservations to reserve seat
Court House Concerts House Concert, Merrick Reservations + Sun Pre-show gathering 2pm Showtime 3pm +
Sun Oct 10 Anthony daCosta
Check The Folk-Groovin’ Café Host Jim Frazzitta, 8pm St Lawrence of Canterbury Church’s Performance Center, 655 Old Country Rd., Dix HIlls [3/10 mile West of Deer Park Rd (Rte. 231) (West Fork)
Various Wed 8pm + Special Sun The Long Island Finger Style Guitar Club Westbury Friends Community Center Post Ave & Jericho Tpke + Special Sun Oct 17 Stefan Grossman & Tokio Uchida, Workshop 2-5pm and Concert at 6pm + Wed Nov 3 Open Mic + Special Sun Nov 14 3rd Annual PKD Fundraiser 1–6pm + Wed Dec 1 Annual Holiday Party/Open Mic

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