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Tobacco Roadies 5/13/08

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

The Tobacco Roadies with Jacqueline Schwab

Open Mike starts at 7:30 PM (sign-up at 7:00pm)

$15 General – $13 Seniors/Students

http://www.lastlickscafe.org/

Jacqueline Schwab will play her signature arrangements of Celtic and English airs and dance tunes, along with American music of Mark Twain’s era, Stephen Foster and Civil War parlor songs, Victorian ballroom tunes, hymns and spirituals.  Schwab performs on the soundtracks of several PBS films, including Ken Burns’ Grammy award-winning “Civil War,” “Mark Twain,” and “The War.”  She has played at the White House and Smithsonian Institute.

The Tobacco Roadies, a Long Island-based band, plays blues, folk, rock, rockabilly and original songs.  The band features Bob Westcott (acoustic guitar), Ken “The Rocket” Korb (harmonica, mandolin) and Mike DiGeronimo (drums/percussion).  The band is a trio of longtime friends who gather occasionally to revel in the American roots music they grew up with.  Individually, they are very well-known in many musical circles, ranging from the blues to the the folk scene to the rock world.  The Tobacco Roadies rarely perform in public, so this is a golden opportunity to see some of the finest local musicians have a blast and kick up their heels.

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The Last Licks Cafe is an all-volunteer, non-profit committee of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington

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