Folk-Groovin’ Café 4/30/11

Add a Little GROOVE To Your Coffee!

at St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church, 655 Old Country Road, Dix Hills, NY 11746
OPEN MIC: All musicians and poets welcomed and respected!
TICKETS – $10. Refreshments included. HOTLINE – (631)368-1920.


A veteran Singer/Songwriter and a staple on the region’s acoustic music scene, Jim’s songs have enjoyed worldwide airplay. Jim was a founding member and frontman of the now legendary band, Nylon & Steel. Jim is currently at work producing his third album of original music, to be titled “Tales of the Midnight Busker.” It is slated to be released later this year. www.myspace/jimfrazzitta.



An eclectic, engaging ensemble, featuring Tom Ryan, Maggie Ryan, and John Phillips. COPPER ROSE has long been delighting audiences near and far with their inspired mix of rock, blues, folk, r&b, country, and cabaret, as well as original music. Be sure to visit their website at or

Copper Rose

Copper Rose


A Folk-Groovin’ Café’ fave, Michael is a veteran Singer/Songwriter, accomplished on both guitar and keyboards and is well known online in Second Life aand other virtual worlds. Michael plays regularly at The Irish Cottage and Woody’s Village Saloon in Massapequa Park. Find his music at


Directions – Take Deer Park Road 1/2 mile north of Northern State Parkway. Make a left, at the light, onto Old Country Road (heading West). Proceed 3/10 mile. St. Lawrence is on the right side.

St, Lawrence members pay half-price. Let us know at the door!

Presented by Molecule Music. The Folk-Groovin’ Café is a private, non-sectarian event.

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