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Harry Chapin tribute events: Huntington 7/16 and East Meadow 7/18

(For Ian Wilder’s memories of Harry Chapin, go: here.)

Two free concerts celebrating Harry Chapin:

1. Saturday, July 16th at Heckscher Park in Huntington.
8:30pm start. (This is the correct time for regular concert.)
Members of the Chapin family perform.

2. Monday, July 18th at Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, Nassau County.
A Chapinstock of local performers.

More info on the July 16/Huntington event at Long Island Cares.

More info about the July 18/Nassau event from an e-mail by Media Crime:
Monday, July 18, at Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, L.I., N.Y. starting at 7pm.

Yes! Mediacrime will be there! A fantastic tribute to the music and legacy of Harry Chapin. And…it’s free! Come on down, spread a blanket, and enjoy music under the stars.
Featuring, In no particular order, a stellar gathering of talent:

Christine Solimeno: You are the only song
Judith Zweiman & chorus: I Wonder What Would Happen
Gathering Time: Cat’s in the Cradle
Frank Walker: I finally Found it, Sandy
Russ Seeger: Dancing Boy
Josh Joffen: Mr. Tanner
Media Crime (THAT’S US!): The Rock
Debra Lynn (w’ Chris & Melanie): Sunday Morning Sunshine
Kendall & Korb: Shooting Star
Patricia Shih: Flowers Are Red
Martha Trachtenberg: Remember When the Music
Doug Kwartler: Up on the Shelf
Doc Butler & JC Cob: Taxi
Rough Folk: Empty
Cecilia Kirtland & Robin Greenstein: Jubilation
Grand Folk Railroad: Dance Band on the Titanic
Ed Ryan: WOLD
Everyone: Circle

See y’all there!

Video from a previous Chapinstock at Eisenhower Park:


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