Celebrating the diversity of the Long Island Music Scene!
1st - Bradstock XXVI Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck Center Moriches, NY
Be sure to catch the last day of this vibrant LI music fest!
From the Bradstock website: "Thanks to the generosity of the many friends of Bradstock, in the past twenty one years we have donated over $200,000, to Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck $42,000 and additional gifts to the Long Island Maritime Museum, Friends of Connetquot River State Park, the Sayville Kiwanis Club, the U.S. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association, G.R.O.W., WUSB, They Often Cry Out, the Unbroken Chain Foundation, the Sayville Village Improvement Society, the Bayport and West Sayville Civic Associations and the Peconic Baykeeper, amongst others. In addition, the Bradstock organization has donated a mountain of food and ongoing monetary contributions to Island Harvest to help those less fortunate than ourselves. You may be surprised to learn that Bradstock is a year round event. Stop by the festival entrance and make sure you are on the email list and let us know if you want to help."
SEPT 1st Performance Schedule
12:00 - 12:30 Ed Travers & Jimmy Flemming
12:30 - 1:30 Gathering Time with Gerry McKeveny
2:00 - 3:00 Shecky & The Twangtones
3:30 - 4:30 Dave Amram
5:00 - 6:00 Jelly Band
6:30 - 7:45 The Falco Brothers
8:15 - 9:30 The Electrix
FLOWER POWER STAGE
12:00 - 12:45 Rhythm Kings
1:15 - 2:00 SMG
2:30 - 3:30 Cousin Chris & The Falco Family Band
4:00 - 4:45 Soundswell
5:15 - 6:00 Funkin' A
12:00 Shannon Foley
12:30 Steve Mall
1:00 Hank Stone & Todd Evans
1:30 Trailer Park Gigolos
2:00 Jasmyne Hart & Friends
2:30 Mark Lawler & The Undecided
3:00 Val Levine & Paper Romance
3:30 Rocket & The Launchers
4:00 Grateful Girls
5:15 Cosmic Pioneers
6:00 Claudia Jacobs
6:45 Tobacco Roadies
7:30 Blues Bag
8:30 Electric Off Acoustic Jam
1st - Project Vibe Cooper's Beach Southampton, NY
Project Vibe ramps up the Labor Day Holiday vibe with their mix of reggae sounds! Showtime: 5 pm - 9 pm.
1st - Andy Del & The Courageous Cats Drift 82 Patchogue, NY
"Say, who the heck are these guys?" Andy Del & The Courageous Cats is a mixed bag of Musical Cartoonlike Super Heroes led by Andy Del bringing you LI's Jamming-est, blusey-est & rockin-est music! Showtime: 4 pm - 7 pm.
1st - The Tone Healers Bartini Bar Babylon, NY
The Tone Healers (6 piece jazz band) will be playing modern jazz standards and some originals. Set 1 will be the Tone Healers originals & their own take on modern jazz standards. Sets 2 & 3 will be open mic for musicians and vocalists. $5. cover. No cover for open mic participants, Showtime: 7:30 pm.
2nd - Mary Lamont Band Jones Beach Bandshell Wantagh, NY
Mary Lamont, LI's Queen of Country Music, returns to the Jones Beach Boardwalk Bandshell with her rowdy band of players to close out the summer of 2019.
2nd - Soulstice Billy's By The Bay Greenport, NY
Solstice is a unique combination of instruments performing a diverse and eclectic blend of rock, blues, country, jazz, and folk spanning influences from the Mississippi delta to the Celtic Highlands. Showtime: 2 pm - 5 pm.
2nd - Route 48 Greenhill Kitchen Greenport, NY
It may be Labor Day, but Route 48's mojo is gonna be working overtime! Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm.
2nd - Julia King Brix & Rye Greenport, NY
Americana singer-songwriter Julia King has carved out her own path forward focusing on her songwriting and artistry can integrate the divide and combine influences to create something wholly new and original. Showtime: 9 pm.
3rd - Sabrosura Salsa Jazz Katch @ Venetian Shores Lindenhurst, NY
Head on down to this little oasis in Lindenhurst to catch this tasty salsa jazz band as part of Katch @ Venetian Shores Latin Night! Showtime: 6 pm - 9 pm.
3rd - John Maurice Restrepo Quartet Tap & Barrel Smithtown, NY
Jazz Night at Tap and Barrel returns to Tuesday nights with the John Maurice Restrepo Quartet! Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
4th - Mike Barry Left Coast Kitchen Merrick, NY
Mike Barry, who is a frequent performer on the local circuit with his lively combo, does a solo gig at this eclectic eatery in Merrick. Expect an evening featuring a genuine mix of blues, folk, rock along with a few surprises! Showtime: 8 pm - 10 pm.
4th - Sly Gerald Treme Islip, NY
The popular Sly Jam is Back the first Wednesday of every month @ Treme! The head jam master, Sly Geralds, is a premier NYC bassist, singer and songwriter who has traveled the world and back with some of the most influential musical artists of our time. has spent the last several years recording and sharing the stage with musical giants such as: Maceo Parker, Al Green, Levon Helm, Richie Havens and Bob Dylan to name a few. The Sly Jam always features some of Long Island’s greatest musicians and singers. Ifj you're looking for a Funky Good Time, catch this show! Showtime: 7 pm.
4th - Bobby Nathan Jam Bobbique Patchogue, NY
Catch The Bobby Nathan Band jammin’ out one last time @ Bobbique! It's been a great Summer; it's time to end it with a bang! Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm.
5th - Four Amigos Beau's Bar Greenlawn, NY
Beau’s, Greenlawn The Four Amigos is an Americana combo comprised of seasoned LI veteran players who lay down a relaxed repertoire of Dylan, the Dead, assorted country tunes as well as some well written original material. Showtime: 5 pm.
4th - Solomon Ganz Crabtree's NY & Main Huntington, NY
Singer-Songwriter, Solomon Ganz, brings his mix of original music, soulful singing, unique guitar style, and eclectic covers to this Huntington eatery which serves up craft cuisine and cocktails in a warm, intimate setting. Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
5th - JD Leonard Band The Warehouse Amityville, NY
A long established "go-to" songwriter, JD is quickly tearing into the American country music landscape. Combining ultra sleek showmanship, genre-crossing arrangements and hauntingly familiar hooks, Leonard is country/rock in both it's purest dose and it's untapped potential. His songs are a passenger on the road to the human experience. Showtime: 8 pm
5th - Donna The Buffalo My Fathers Place @ Roslyn Hotel Roslyn, NY
Donna The Buffalo, a veteran combo that hails from Trumansburg, NY, is known for their lively blend of Zydeco, Folk Rock, Country Rock, Reggae, and Bluegrass. Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm. Purchase Tickets HERE
5th - Phil Gammage Quartet 11th Street Bar NYC
Phil Gammage returns to the 11th St Bar for a CD release party for his latest album, “It’s All Real Good”. For this project, Phil found inspiration in such classic acoustic records as Johnny Cash’s American Recordings and the legendary blues albums of artists such as John Lee Hooker and Lightning Hopkins. “…underwrought darkside Americana echoing Nick Cave’s fascinations minus the melodrama. Which might well make Gammage this generation’s Hank Williams.” (Trouser Press). Opening the show is the Jim Petrie Band whose music is a simmering blend of styles - country, folk, rock and blues. Showtime: 8 pm (Jim Petrie Band) / 9 pm (Phil Gammage).
6th - The Scofflaws Still Partners Sea Cliff, NY
The Scofflaws, one of LI's legendary bands, was founded over 30 years ago by Richard “Sammy” Brooks. They have toured all over the continental U.S. and Canada, and have performed in Europe and South America. Currently they can be found playing clubs and festivals in the New York metro area and various other East Coast locations. The band's current lineup consists of: Richard “Sammy” Brooks - tenor and barritone saxes, vocals, John Soldo- drums, Brian Duggan- bass, Greg Bucking- guitar and Jared Dubin- trombone. Showtime: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm.
6th - Christine Sweeney 89 North Patchogue, NY
Christine Sweeney opens this show which also features Whatever We Are and Jesse Kinch. With a voice as powerful as it is sultry and sweet, singer/songwriter Sweeney deftly handles poppy and playful without sacrificing genuine emotion to create her version of indie blues pop. Her sometimes gritty, sometimes sugary vocals soar over a rhythmic guitar to build songs that are heavily focused on the feel of the lyrics, but also illustrate that she's no stranger to complexities in harmony. Showtime: 7:00 pm. Purchase Tickets HERE
6th - Dave Diamond Trio The Cabana Long Beach, NY
The Dave Diamond Trio appear at this laid back Mexican American eatery that serves up cool brews and classic Margaritas. Showtime: 6 pm.
6th - Gail Storm Hecksher Museum of Art Huntington, NY
Gail Storm, a New York-based singer/songwriter/pianist who performs in New York as well as on the national and international circuits, performs as part of the popular First Friday Series at the Hecksher Museum of Art. Her blues styles embrace the root music she cherishes. Storm will perform classic blues, jazz, boogie woogie, ballads, pop (including Carole King), as well as original pieces. Showtime: 5 pm - 8:30 pm.
6th - Russ Seeger 7 Quarts Tavern Northport, NY
Here's a chance to catch a sizzling solo performance by Russ Seeger, one of Long Island's legendary singer-songwriters. It's all happening at this laid back gastropub that features a cozy, rustic atmosphere. Expected the unexpected! Call to find out when the music starts: (631) 757-2000
6th - Kerry Kearney Band Treme Islip, NY
The Kerry Kearney Band returns to rock Treme. Call ahead for VIP and table reservations -- 631-277-2008. Showtime: 9 pm.
6th - Shaun Munday Baron's Cove Sag Harbor, NY
Shaun Munday is a one-of-a kind talent and blends soul-drenched vocals with show-stopping bass guitar technique. Shaun captures audiences with a full band sound and plays the bass better than most people play a guitar. He is a graduate of the Berklee School of Music in Boston, MA where he studied and performed with some of the greatest artists and educators in the industry including John Mayer and Esperanza Spalding. Showtime: 6 pm - 9 pm.
6th - The Maxwell Street Blues Band Ziggy's Corner Pub Massapequa, NY
Introducing the Maxwell Street Blues Band. Come enjoy some old school Chicago blues and boogie at Ziggy’s in Massapequa. Low-down greasy grooves that’ll make you shake your money maker! Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight
6th - The Nubs KJ Farrells Bellmore, NY
Going to a Nubs show is like stepping into a time machine and emerging in a dance club in the 80s, and people old enough to remember the 80s get to jump into the memory pool while the younger folks will see what they missed by being born too late! Showtime: 10 pm - 1 am
6th - Noah's Ark Lu Lu's Lobster & Wing Shack Patchogue, NY
This close-knit crew of players creates a blend of Ska, Rocksteady, Roots Reggae, Dub and Soca rhythms along with an infusion of the Rock, Funk, and Experimental, Free Form musical styles. Showtime: 7 pm.
6th - Two Fat Guys Sonny's Canal House Baldwin Harbor, NY
Phil and Steve are two overweight gentlemen who love to play music and have a good time. There is nothing else to it! catch them at Sonny's Canal House, a lovely gin mil with a beautiful waterside ambiance. Showtime: 4 pm - 7 pm.
7th - Patchogue Italian Feast of Saint Liberata Patchogue, NY
Journey down to Main Street in downtown Patchogue to celebrate the 52nd year of this popular Italian feast! The event will begin at 12 p.m. with the traditional procession starting in front of the Suffolk County District Court and the official ceremony will be held at 12:45 p.m. on the Four Corners. Then stroll downtown Patchogue and view classic and Italian cars or stop by the lawn of the Sixth District Court/Teen Center at the Patchogue-Medford Carnegie Library to watch the annual bocce ball tournament. Live music throughout the festival will be performed by: Giglio Italian Marching Band, John Sirianni and Killin Time, Nino - Songs of Sinatra and Friends, Carmelo Raccuglia, the Italian Singer and Tony Grant.
6th - Zanti Misfits Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. Peconic, NY
The Zanti Misfits performs an eclectic blend of many musical genres which includes Classic Rock, Blues, Cajun, Zydeco,Calypso, Ska, Reggae,New Orleans Funk and more! Expect a wild and crazy sonic cornucopia type of show. Showtime: 6 pm - 9 pm.
7th - NYRMA Presents Bunkerfest 2019 170 Daly Rd East Northport, NY
The New York Roots Music Association Presents BUNKERFEST 2019 Featuring the World Premier of “NYRMA - The Movie! Admission is FREE: just donate to support the musicians who are playing at this event! Event Schedule: Gates Open @ 3:00PM -- Music Starts @ 3:30PM -- Movie @ 8:00PM Join us for another fun-filled day of good vibes, good music and the world-premiere of “NYRMA - The Movie!” Scheduled performers include The Naughty Cubists (featuring Russ Seeger, Steve Kaplan and Roger Murdoch), Fishing With Fredo (featuring Joe Perricone and Jim Treutlein), the dynamic duo of Pete Mancini & Christine Sweeney and The Claudia Jacobs Band.
FAQS - Please Read!
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Strictly BYOB - Coolers welcome but please CANNED BEER ONLY! Wine bottles OK but no glass will be allowed on the pool/performance level. Please bring PLASTIC cups or glasses only. There will be an area where you can stow your coolers and fill your glasses to bring them to the performance area. Please bring lawn chairs and blankets! The pool will be open, so bring a towel if you're so inclined.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
On street parking only - please be mindful of the neighbors, and be prepared to walk a bit, unless your driver is kind enough to drop everybody else off first! Uber!
Is food available for purchase on site?
Feel free to bring anything that you want. If you have something special, please feel free to share at our Potluck Table if you wish! If you want to grill something, two gas grills will be available for use – first come, first serve. Just remember this is a private home, so please make sure to leave things the way you found them!
Is there a rain date?
Currently there is no scheduled rain date. In case of inclement weather, this event will be relocated to an indoor location.
Anything else I should know?
Again, this is a private home, so please be respectful of all that entails. Good vibes only!
7th - Gnarly Karma John Walsh Memorial Park East Northport, NY
Gnarly Karma is an Alternative/Indie Rock combo whose music is most often associated with that of The Revivalists, Sublime, and Mumford & Sons, appears at the East Northport Festival. Expect an eclectic blend of genres and spirited musical interludes. Showtime: 2 pm.
7th - Tom Cavanagh John Walsh Memorial Park East Northport, NY
Tom Cavanagh brings Walking The Line, his Johnny Cash tribute show to John Walsh Memorial Park as part of the annual East Northport Festival. Showtime: 5:30 pm.
7th - Black Rock Coalition Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC
Head on in to NYC and catch this explosive and joyful celebration of rock's Black roots. The Black Rock Coalition (with special guests) create a sonic timeline honoring the Black pioneers who ushered rock and roll into the American collective consciousness. Founded in 1985 by guitarist Vernon Reid, journalist Greg Tate, and producer Konda Mason, the Black Rock Coalition is a collective assembled to provide maximum exposure for Black artists who defy convention and is dedicated to the complete creative freedom of Black artists. The BRC Orchestra, the Black Rock Coalition's repertoire company, is joined by an all-star cast of musical luminaries including Fantastic Negrito, Nona Hendryx, Vernon Reid, Corey Glover, and Will Calhoun (Living Colour), 'Captain' Kirk Douglas (The Roots, Hundred Watt Heart), Stew (The Negro Problem), The Family Stand, Carl Hancock Rux and Toshi Reagon. Showtime: 7 pm. Purchase Tickets HERE
7th - Terror On The Turnpike VIII Mr. Beerys Bethpage, NY
Here we go again! The Tikis will be reeking havoc once again! Cool Libations available at Beerys fine Bar! This year we will not only have the kool easy music of Strange but Surf, but we will be then Banging through the gears with The Coffin Daggers! Good eats! Trophies given to kool heaps! Rain or Shine! Start Your Engines @ 2 pm!
7th - Andy Aledort & Alan Paul Stevie Ray Vaughn Tribute Still Partners Sea Cliff, NY
Here's a show you should not miss! Hot on the heels of their excellent Stevie Ray Vaughn biography Texas Flood, Andy Aledort and Alan Paul perform an evening of Stevie Ray Vaughan's music. Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
7th - Rorie Kelly The Blue Restaurant & Bar Islip, NY
Spend an evening enjoying superb original songs sung to you by songstress Rorie Kelly at this wonderful seafood restaurant & oyster bar! Showtime: 7 pm.
7th - BBQ Brews & Blues Fest The Kreischer Mansion Staten Island, NY
Calling all Blues fans! Swing by Staten Island and catch this cool BBQ Brews & Blues Festival featuring tasty music, food trucks, libations and a Horror movie drive-in @ The Mansion. Shazam! The fun starts @ Noon!
7th - STATTFEST 2019 875 Conklin St Farmingdale, NY
Dive into a world where you can let go, feel free, and enjoy all the vibes of summer. This is beyond just a festival, it's a celebration of culture. A collaboration of music, comedy, art, food & drinks, social activities, charity, and community. Holy Smokes! It's The ULTIMATE good vibe experience.! Here's the lineup of artists who will be performing @ STATTFEST: The Floozies, GoldFish, Badfish - Sublime Tribute, The Expendables, SoDown, Mosie,, Oogee Wawa, Nonstop To Cairo, Samurai Pizza Cats, The Big Happy, Bunktown Falls, Aqua Cherry, Vana Liya, The Mariguanas, ZAK REYES, IRIEspect Band, Friendz. Showtime: 11 am - 11 pm. Event & Ticket Info HERE
7th - Wicked Games Toomey's Tavern Amityville, NY
Wicked Games, an unpredictable rock-pop-alternative and whatever-else-they-can-think-of type of band, appears at this classic Long Island tavern located on Narrasketuck Creek in Amityville. From their Facebook Page: "You just never know what they’ll playing next!" Showtime: 4 pm.
7th - Monsoon Groove Fadeley's Pub Patchogue, NY
Monsoon Groove continues its residency at this laid back pub on the First Saturday of the Month throughout 2019 so come on down and catch some Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Groove, and Improvisational Jams along with a few cool libations. Showtime: 8:30 pm.
7th - Peasants Harp Ralph's Fishing Station Mount Sinai, NY
Peasants Harp performs an evening of Classic Rock n' Roll On The Deck! Showtime: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm.
7th - Alea 4 The Country Corner East Setauket, NY
This combo conjures up inspired original music that is a mix of Funk, Blues, and Jazz. Showtime: 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm.
8th - Jim Moran's Sunday Funday Open Jam Station Pub Sayville, NY
Jim Moran, a longtime player on the LI music scene, hosts this open jam every Sunday at the Station Pub in Sayville. Expect the unexpected! Showtime: 3 pm.
8th - Latinology Longwood Public Library Middle Island, NY
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Latinology! Latinology recreates the classic sounds of Billy Joel, The Beatles, Temptations, and more...in Latin rhythms! Plus, they will play the classic salsa hits of Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri and others. Showtime: 2 pm - 3:30 pm. Get Your Tickets HERE
8th - Dead Ringers Anniversary Show Beau's Bar Greenlawn, NY
Come on down to Beau's and help celebrate the Dead Ringers Anniversary!! Originally put together as a random group of musicians for a Sunday afternoon jam September of 2015, it quickly became apparent to band and audience alike that there was something special going on. Coming up on 4 years together the band is always moving in new directions from Dead and bluegrass inspired jamming to straight ahead rock and blues! This band is quickly catching on as a New York favorite! The Dead Ringers are: Jimmy Fleming - Guitar, Mandolin, Fiddle, Vocals, John Mercurio - Guitar, Vocals, Jeff Goldstein - Bass and Lee Shonik - Drums. Showtime: 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm.
8th - Porch Groove Del Vino Vineyards Northport, NY
This feel good acoustic Americana.ensemble gets groovy in the vineyards. Showtime: 1 pm - 5 pm.
10th - The Reptiles The Velvet Lounge East Setauket, NY
The Reptiles, an alternative rock combo based in Stony Brook, brings their musical mojo to The Velvet Lounge, a unique cocktail lounge in East Setauket. Showtime: 8 pm - 10 pm.
11th - The Brother Pluckers Treme Islip, NY
Sharing a love for acoustic music, improvisation and live performance, the Pluckers bring to the stage a lively take on beloved classics as well as deep cuts. The ensemble consists of Bluegrass intrumentation; acoustic guitars, upright bass, mandolin and banjo and some non-Bluegrass intrumentation; flute, harmonica and percussion. Harmony driven vocals and and improvised jams derive their influence from multiple genres of music and result in a sound and a vibe unique to The Brother Pluckers. Showtime: 7:30 pm.
12th - Chris James & Jim Treutlein Big Daddy's Massapequa, NY
Chris James and Jim Treutlein, aka The Rodeo Clowns, perform an evening of Americana music. In addition to the fine sounds provided by this duo, you can also expect a lively mix of hijinks and professional hoop-dee-doo storytelling. Showtime: 7 pm.
12th - Pam Betti & Gary Sellers Husk & Vine Saint James, NY
Pamela Betti & Gary Sellers, two major figures on the LI Blues scene, perform an intimate acoustic show at this lively gastropub that's well known for its craft cocktails and solid menu. Showtime: 7 pm
12th - The League of Naughty Cubists Still Partners Sea Cliff, NY
Zoot alors! The League of Naughty Cubists have left their hidden cave hideout and are active on the LI music scene! Yes folks, Russ Seeger, Steve Kaplan and Roger Murdock are at it again with their "naughty" antics and cool tunes. Showtime: 8 pm.
12th thru the 15th - Foggy Daze 10 Narrowsburg, NY
Peace Pad Productions Presents Foggy Daze 10, 4 daze of Peace-love-music & camping on the river, which features 2 stages and over 40+ acts!. Here's the lineup of performers for this cool music fest: Mephiskapheles, The Scofflaws, Gratefully Yours, Hub CIty Stompers, Cousin Earth, Medusa's Disco, Miz, Defending Champions, The Big happy, Alpha Male Gorillas, Tigerman, Sky Daddy, Unexplained Bacon, Chris Ruben Band, The Symphony, Monkeybite, Punday Mourning, Olive Drabs, Johnny Jules Band, Captain Magic, Electric Chords, Dee Maples, Jason Gisser, Swamp Fox, Robert Telleffsen, Normal Bean & The Love Family, Family Friendly Crminals, Queenbee & The Hive, Things Unknown, Urban Angel, Fish House Road, Bunktown Falls, Cowboy Bohemian, Poison Love Band, Must Be Dreaming, Noah Lehrman, John Botten, Rob Robinson Speaking and...(gasp!) more! Other things to check out: HOPPY HORROR MOVIEZ and the gala COSTUME PARTY*FRIDAZE THE 13TH plus...FROGGY PIRATE SATURDAZE! Showtime: 5 pm. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
13th - Big Frank & The Healers An Beal Bocht Cafe Bronx, NY
Big Frank and The Healers return to An Beal Bocht Cafe in the Bronx, a unique Irish Cafe and Performance space, with spectacular food and the friendliest staff and crowd around! Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
13th - Nico Padden C'est Cheese Port Jefferson, NY
Nico Padden is a Quirky One-Woman Folk-Rock Riot. Her rich, catchy, heartfelt songs and fiery, soulful voice are crowd-pleasers everywhere she performs. A multi-instrumentalist, Nico shifts effortlessly between accompanying herself on guitar, ukulele, & the piano. Showtime: 7 pm - 10 pm.
13th - Pamela Betti Band Red River Inn Yaphank, NY
Pamela Betti and her seasoned roadhouse combo bring their blue groove to the Red River Inn. Along with the music, be sure to check out some of the tasty eats that come out of the kitchen. Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight
13th - Robert Bruey Ground & Sounds Cafe Stony Brook, NY
Robert Bruey is a Singer-songwriter and finger-style guitarist whose music is honest and real, raw and meaningful, gritty and naturalistic. His deft, spare and unique finger-picking style -- with notes carefully left alone to be heard in the moment -- provides a perfect complement for his earthy and soulful voice and the meaningful, introspective lyrics of his songs. Catch him in this intimate setting. Showtime: 8 pm. Purchase Tickets HERE
13th - Back On Bourbon East On Main Mattituck, NY
Back On Bourbon Street debuts at this East-End restaurant playing the best of New Orleans Rock and Rhythm & Blues! Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
13th - Eddie Trap Finbar Pub Mount Sinai, NY
Zoot Alors! Eddie Trap presents a show full of smart buffoonery which is underscored by tight guitar-driven. raucous, yet textured rock and roll! No covers, but many topics are covered: Aging, parenting, sex, gender differences, and of course, masturbation. Showtime: 8 pm
13th - Reckoning Cooper Bluff Oyster Bay, NY
Looking for some tribal music to help you get yer ya-yas out? Then swing by Cooper Bluff and catch Reckoning; a combo that offers up genuine interpretations of Grateful Dead music. Showtime: 6 pm.
14th - Jesse Malin Webster Hall NYC
Jesse Malin, who is currently touring in support of his latest album, Sunset Kids, which was produced by Lucinda Williams, performs at Webster Hall in NYC. There will be a lineup of talented artists on hand which include Alejandro Escovedo, Tommy Stinson, Joseph Arthur and Matthew Ryan. Showtime: 7 pm - 11 pm. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
14th - Mike Barry Band Swing The Teapot Floral Park, NY
Mike Barry and his hard driving rock & roll combo swing the good thing at this laid back venue that also offers up tasty eats from the kitchen. Expect a tasty selection of Roots rock, Americana, pop, blues, country, originals and select covers. Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
14th - Blue Roots Bobbique Patchogue, NY
Ooh la la! The Triple Crown... Blues, Brews & BBQ with Blue Roots! Showtime: 9 pm - 1 am.
14th - Dave Christian Union Cantina Southampton, NY
Dave Christian is a singer-songwriter whose style traverses a wide variety of musical terrain. From his 60's and 70's Hard Rock roots he has touched upon and expanded into folk, country, blues, and improvised psychedelic. Dave's unique and powerful voice has been compared to artists such as Ian Anderson, Dennis DeYoung, and Getty Lee. Showtime: 8:30 pm
14th - Dan Nelson Band Ammendment 18
Dan Nelson, formerly with such bands as Wolfpack Black, Blackgates, Mad Tandem, Lead Pipe Cruelty, Anthrax, TRED and Inside Hollow, performs with The Contention at this lively watering hole that has a cool prohibition vibe. Showtime: 10 pm. Dan Nelson and his band, The Contention, hit the stage @ 10 pm and headline a full night of acoustic rock at Amendment 18, joined by: Phil Robinson (8 pm), Mark Gallo (9 pm), Youth Moose (Midnight). Amendment 18 is located at 691 Bay Street (& Dock St.) in Staten Island, NY (In the Basement of Edgewater Hall). Doors: 7:00 pm All Ages $8.00.
14th - The BEasy Band Thai Rock Rockaway Beach, NY
The BEasy Band is an original folk band based in Rockaway Beach NY. that conjures up solid rhythms, floating leads and unforgettable melodies. The band consists of the following players: Singer/songwriter Michael Benedetto (also known from local pirate rock band Rattrap Bumpkin), Vic LaMura of breezy grass on mandolin, Guy Nevirs of the Big Squid Band on piano, and Rockaway Theater Company female vocalist Nicole Mangano. Showtime: 9 pm.
14th - Toby Tobias Ensemble Finleys of Green Street Huntington, NY
Enjoy an evening of original music featuring Bill Titus, Cosmo Mallardi and Toby Tobias at this friendly pub that serves up tasty eats. Showtime: 8:30 pm - 11 pm.
14th - Milagro Treme Islip, NY
A night of the best of Santana with Milagro! Experience the intense grooves and beautiful melodies of 5 decades of Santana hits. Showtime: 8 pm - Midnight.
14th - Midnight Blues Green Hill Kitchen Greenport, NY
Midnight Blues brings their mix of Blues, Jazz, Funk, Soul, Rock and R&B to this local tavern that's known for its warm, atmosphere and hospitality. Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm.
14th - Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds Brooklyn Bowl, NY
Known far and wide as the impossibly big voiced leader of acclaimed soul collective Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, singer Arleigh Kincheloe has a vocal style that captures an audience right from the start. For nearly a decade, Brooklyn-based Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds have been hailed for their explosive brand of modern soul, equally celebrated for their three studio albums and electrifying live performances. Showtime: 8 pm - 11:59 pm.
14th - Shecky & The Twangtones Still Partners Sea Cliff, NY
Once you hear this full electric quartet's carefree mix of retro surf, reggae and all-around-the-world soul music, you will find yourself dancing in a hypnotic state of Twangtonia! Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
15th - Buddy Merriam Garden of Eden Organic Farm Riverhead, NY
Calling all bluegrass fans! Here's a chance for to catch a show at the Garden of Eden Garlic Festival featuring local bluegrass legend Buddy Merriam. Merriam was honored to receive the prestigious Long Island Sound Award from the LI Music Hall of Fame for Outstanding Contributions to Long Island's Musical Heritage in 2015 and he's still going strong! Showtime: 3 pm.
15th - Fiddle & Folk Fest 2019 Benner's Farm East Setauket, NY
Benner's Farm is a historic, organic, 15-acre homestead, raising animals and produce. Thousands of people participate in the many workshops, festivals and special events held at the farm each year. It's the perfect setting for this laid back homegrown music fest.
Here's the lineup of performers for this year's festival...
Slambovian Circus of Dreams
Called everything from ‘hillbilly-Pink Floyd’ to ‘folk-pop’ to ‘surreal americana’, New York’s Slambovian Circus of Dreams “is a riveting, mesmerizing, crazy, amazing machine of music.” – Chronogram Magazine
Quarterhorse consists of brothers John Rienzi (drummer/mandolin player) and Sean Rienzi (bassist) with guitarist Vinny Costantino, keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Chris Brooks and guitarist/vocalists Nick Pirollo and Ryan Porciello. Known for their 3-part vocal harmonies, guitar solos and improvisation, the group’s eclectic Americana sound includes elements of rock, folk, alternative, country, blues and jazz.
Eastbound Freight Bluegrass Band
Eastbound Freight Bluegrass Band has been performing throughout Long Island and the New York Metropolitan area for 25 years. Their concert venues have included the Inter Media Arts Center in Huntington NY, the Harry Chapin Memorial Stage also in Huntington, The Lincoln Center Out-Of-Doors Festival in New York City and many others.
Taylor Ackley & The Deep Roots Ensemble
Taylor Ackley & The Deep Roots Ensemble is a chamber music group which focuses on studying and performing Traditional American Music. It was formed in 2015 by Taylor Ackley with the goal of bringing this rich tradition of music making into concert halls and academic settings. Since then they have performed extensively in the New York area, the Midwest and the Pacific Northwest along with giving lecture recitals, workshops and masterclasses.
Showtime: 11 am - 7 pm.
15th - Danny Kean Prato 850 Commack, NY
“A satisfying funk/R&B/blues stew that bellies big things in the future for this young veteran of the area club scene” (Good Times Magazine) Showtime: 12 Noon.
15th - Stevie Cochran Tribute Sunset Grill Seaford, NY
I met Stevie Cochran many years ago when I was working the LI club circuit with the Freelance Vandals. Stevie was the real thing and I was very sad to learn of his recent passing. Come on down to the Sunset Grill and celebrate the life and music of this great guitarist. There will be Music, food, and sharing of great memories of Long Island's own singer, songwriter, guitarist extraordinaire, Steven "Stevie Cochran" Volpe. Yes, there will be jamming! Event Time: 3 pm - 8 pm.
15th - J Haus Band Oakdale Yacht Club Oakdale, NY
This rowdy rock & roll combo makes some noise at a laid back yacht club. Kick back and dig the view and the sounds! Showtime: 4 pm - 8 pm.
15th - Gratefulfest 2019 CW Post - LIU Upper Brookville, NY
Shazam! Here's a chance to get your tie-dyed groove on with some of the premier LI jam bands! Lineup of Performers: 12:00 – 1:00 – Unbroken Chain, 1:30 – 2:30 – Rusty String Band, 3:00 – 4:00 – The Electrix, 4:30 – 5:30 – Reckoning and 6:00 – 7:30 – Half Step. $36 in Advance, $40 at the Gate. Age 15 & under $10, Age 5 & Under Free. Coolers, canopies, chairs OK. Food provided by NY Strip and Roadhouse Empanadas and Roxy’s Special Events Ice Cream Truck will be there! Showtime: 12 noon - 7:30 pm. Purchase Tickets HERE
15th - John Haseth Michael Braceland Art Gallery East Patchogue, NY
Miles Out: Ambient Spontaneous Sonic Experiments For Guitar and Effects is a solo guitar project/effort focusing on Ambient, Experimental Textures, and Cinematic washes of sound provided by veteran guitarist and Sound Sculptor John Haseth. Each show completely improvised and a unique experience onto itself. The inspiration for these special shows comes from many sources. To pay homage to the artists that shape these experiments, included will be Thematic Elements and Ambient interpretations from guitarists that shaped my playing in my formative years: Jeff Beck, Brian May(Queen), Jerry Garcia,
Jimi Hendrix. Showtime: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.
17th - Kane Daily Sonoma Grill Holtsville, NY
Born and raised in New York's Five Towns area, Kane Daily has taken a musical journey into the roots of his influence and has gained the attention of audiences in the local blues and rock scenes. Showtime: 5:30 pm.
17th - Julian Vasquez Orquesta Katch @ Venetian Shores Lindenhurst, NY
This Latin ensemble brings their mix of original and classic tunes to Katch @ Venetian Shores where they have a really nice outdoor bar and a general good vibe to the whole place. Showtime: 6:30 pm - 10 pm.
18th - He-Bird She-Bird Finley's Huntington, NY
He-Bird She-Bird, a sparkling trio whose harmony vocals always shine, are the featured performers at The Northshore Original Open Mic (aka NOOM) hosted by Toby Tobias. The band will be joined by Brooklyn bad-boy Zach Swanson on upright bass! Showtime: 7:30pm Open Mic sign-up begins / 8:00pm Open Mic starts / 9:00pm HE-BIRD, SHE-BIRD / 9:45pm Open Mic continues.
18th - Richard Lanahan The Wild Rose Farmingdale, NY
Richard Lanahan, a talented guitarist / vocalist who frequently performs with The Mary Lamont Band and Pete Mancini's Hillside Airmen, performs an evening of Americana music at this popular watering hole in Farmingdale. Showtime: 7 pm.
19th - Pete Mancini Hard Luck Cafe @ Cinema Arts Centre Huntington, NY
Pete Mancini opens this night of Americana music for Nashiville songwriter / vocalist Louise Mosrie which is part of the Folk Music Society of Huntington's music series @ The Hard Luck Cafe which is located in the Sky Room which part of the Cinema Arts Centre. Showtime: 7:30 pm.
19th - The Walk-A-Bout Carol's Place NYC
The Walk-A-Bout are an Aussie-American acoustically driven rock ‘n’ roll quintet hailing from the artistic East End of Long Island, New York. The band’s carefully crafted songwriting has allowed The Walk-A-Bout to explore the outer reaches of the orchestral atmosphere. With something in their catalog for every mood, whether it is a smooth island vibe, a high-stepping funk feel, or straight hard-driving rock, their music is visceral, emotional, fun, and easy. Showtime: 9:30 pm.
19th - Groove Juice Mr. Beery's Bethpage, NY
Groove Juice, a Grateful Dead-inspired band that channels a mix of Rock, Jazz and Blues, brings their juicy groove to one of the wildest joints on the Island. Showtime: 8:30 pm.
19th thru 22nd - The Long Beach Jazz Festival Various Locations Long Beach, NY
Celebrating its 18th year, The Long Beach Jazz Fest has become a late summer annual destination for some of the worlds top Jazz musicians. Performances are at The Long Beach NY Public Library with various satellite performances at local restaurants. Here is a sample of some of the fantastic musicians who will be playing the festival: Alex Blake, Bakithi Kumalo, Dean Brown, Frank Bellucci, Frank Vignola, Jack Wilkins, James Cammack, Mark Whitfield, Michael Manring, Michael Wolff, Olli Soikkeli, Omar Hakim, Oz Noy, Rachel Z Hakim, Robert Lepley, Ron Affif, Steve Adelson, Vic Juris, Vinnie Raniola, Will Lee, Yotam Silberstein, Kerry Kearney and many others. Admission is Free! For a complete rundown on artist schedules and venues, go to the Official Long Beach Jazz Festival website.
20th - Jay Reilly Bellmore Bean Cafe Bellmore, NY
Jay Reilly, who's becoming well known for his unique original material, appears at this laid back coffeehouse. This show is the final date of Reilly's Here's Your Hat, What's Your Hurry Tour. Showtime: 8 pm.
20th - Burgers Burn & Beer! Huntington Moose Lodge #318 Greenlawn, NY
Along with all the great eats at this event, Roy WIlson & The Buzzards will be rocking the night away baby! Showtime: 7 pm - 11 pm. Pre-sale tickets $20.00 per person. Tickets at the Gate $25.00
20th - Modern Justice & Shroeder's Ghost 89 North Patchogue, NY
Two monster rock bands descend on 89 North on September 20th! Shroeder's Ghost is a five-piece rock and blues band that will leave you feeling like you've just been to a concert at Madison Square Garden. Modern Justice is a rock & groove powerhouse whose lengthy song-list ranges from The Beatles to Alice In Chains. Showtime: 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm.
20th - Bill Shuren Perabell Patchogue, NY
Bill Shuren has played many solo shows as part of the Long Island Music scene for the last 8 years. Each show offers his own interpretations of some of the greatest, soulful songs that were favorites over the last few decades. Catch him at this intimate cafe. Showtime: 6 pm - 9 pm.s
20th - Dog House Blues Band Bobbique Patchogue, NY
The Dog House Blues Band has been serving up it's potent gumbo of rump rockin' boogie, gut-bucket blues and earth shakin' rock for the past 10 years. Join them for a wild thrill ride @ Bobbique, the best road house rib joint in LI! Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
20th - The League of Naughty Cubists Duo Lion's Den West Islip, NY
This wily Duo, which is an offshoot of The League of Naughty Cubists band, features Steve Kaplan (Bass / Vocals) and the always inimitable Russ Seeger (Guitar / Vocals) perform at this friendly pub in West Islip. Showtime: 8 pm.
20th - Next Level Band Maui Chop House Miller Place, NY
Next Level is an eclectic group of musicians who hale from the Caribbean, United States and Europe, specializing in Reggae/Calypso, R&B, Jazz, Disco, Pop, and Steel Pan. While you're digging the sounds, kick back and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of this eatery that emanates Pacific vibes. Hawaiian shirts and flip flops welcome! Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm.
20th - Don & The Law Hurricane Grill & Wings Lindenhurst, NY
Sweet Fancy Moses! Don & The Law take you on a musical journey that may give you musical whiplash! Elvis to Tobey Keith to Bob Marley to the INXS, Coldplay, Chainsmokers and so much more! Showtime: 7 pm - 10 pm.
20th thru 22nd - Equinox 2 @ Arrowhead Ranch Parksville, NY
Come on up and welcome the Fall Season at Arrowhead with a great lineup of bands, food, art, and fun. As Arrowhead continues to make progress on its journey to renovation, we look forward to sharing great music at this beautiful country getaway with all our kind friends!
Friday--Free Day Passes!!
Johnny Jules Band
The Electric Chords
Little Sparrow Plays Dead
The Englishtown Project
Ghost in the Webb
Dee Maple Band
Luxury Movie Set Trailer Bathrooms
Hot Showers with Air Conditioning
21st - Back On Bourbon Skipper's Pub Northport, NY
Back on Bourbon Street brings their spicy New Orleans vibe to to this cool old-timey, nautical-themed tavern near the harbor. Expect some second line mojo and a few "yeah, you rite's!" Showtime: 9:30 pm.
21st - Original Music @ Rams! Rams American Pub Holbrook, NY
Original music returns to Rams American Pub. Performances by Sharp Violet, Steve and the Not Steves, The Fraoch Collective,Original Gossip and Discipline Theory. Support ORIGINAL MUSIC in Long Island! Showtime: 8 pm.
21st - Wes Houston Trio Swing The Teapot Floral Park,NY
These days, Wes is hittin' the groove in a trio situation that channels genuine Americana, ragtime jazz and folk music. Showtime: 9 pm.
21st - Rock For Recovery 89 North Patchogue, NY
From the Rock For Recovery website: "The Opioid crisis has touched people in all walks of life. We all bear the scars and have felt the pain. Together we can make a difference. On Saturday September 21st we will come together for an afternoon of hope and music. All proceeds raised at Rock for Recovery will be used to help those dealing with opioid addiction make steps to get clean and stay clean. We believe that hope is real and often times people need help and some roadblocks removed as they move toward recovery. Whether its airfare to get to an out of state rehab or groceries for the family while in an inpatient program, the factors are often numerous. Our committee will use the money raised to help those fighting to get clean achieve their goal and see their life transformed. It will be an afternoon of great music. O.P Effect, The Johnny Mac Band and JD Leonard Band have all committed to coming and playing some incredible music for an incredible cause. Throughout the day we will also hear the stories and miracles of those who have come out of addiction and have lived lives filled with purpose and hope." Showtime: 1 pm - 5 pm. Purchase Tickets HERE
21st - Breakaway Thai Rock Rockaway Beach, NY
Breakaway is a highly seasoned outfit that always finds the groove wherever they play. Catch them at this excellent Thai restaurant and enjoy a night of blues, brews and some tasty Thai cuisine. Showtime: 9 pm.
21st - Linda Sussman Collective Finley's of Green Street Huntington, NY
Come hear the Linda Sussman Collective as they celebrate the 2019 cd release of Sussman's latest album release, Pass It On Down! This combo, which plays a mix of contemporary singer-songwriter folk rock blues, includes the following players: Linda Sussman, Mike Nugent, Cosmo Mallardi, Mark Mancini, and Richie Guerrero/ Showtime: 8:30 pm - 11 pm
21st - Nina Et Cetera Osprey's Dominion Vineyards Peconic, NY
Nina Et Centera is a band that channels a wide variety of musical influences. Nina, the trio's lead singer, has been described as a vocalist "that may recall an edgier Victoria Williams during her Dylan & the Band Basement Tapes period." Catch them at this pastoral vineyard and let the wine and music flow! Showtime: 1 pm - 5 pm.
21st - The Dead Crows Schubert's Beach Nissequogue, NY
The Dead Crows, a combo that plays eclectic grass rock, performs at their annual end-of-summer party at Otto Schubert's Beach (aka Little Africa). The fun starts @ 11 am.
21st - Soundspin Rudi's Bar & Grill Patchogue, NY
Soundspin is a dynamic 7-piece band that plays a variety of music from the spectrum of rock and roll! Showtime: 7 pm
21st - 45 RPM Salt Shack Babylon, NY
45 RPM consists of six slightly deranged musicians playing the happiest songs of 70's AM radio which includes all the songs that were million sellers but were considered to be never cool enough for bands to play live. Guess what? 45 RPM plays 'em! Expect a night of musical time travel back to the heady 1970's! Showtime: 7 pm - 10 pm.
21st - Wondrous Stories Plattduesche Biergarten Franklin Square, NY
Wondrous Stories brings their Classic Rock show to this authentic German Biergarten in Franklin Square. Along with the sounds, there's tasty German easts to be had! Showtime: 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm.
21st - Seven Turns & Stanton Anderson Band 89 North Patchogue, NY
Here's an interesting double bill. Opening the show is Seven Turns is an eight-piece band that is considered by many to be one of the New York area's finest tributes, celebrating the music of the Allman Brothers Band. Seven Turns strives to cover the many styles within the music of the Allman Brothers from rock to blues, jazz to country. The show's headliner is the Stanton Anderson Band, a combo I remember well from my days on the circuit back in the 70's and 80's. The Stanton Anderson Band is a 10 piece powerhouse that's been playing together for over forty years; all the while mixing blues, rock, soul, and other influences into an original sound. Showtime: 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm.
21st - Drama Kings Del Vino Vineyards Northport, NY
The Drama Kings are an acoustic duo whose music covers a wide range of artists from the Beatles to John Mayer from Billy Joel to U2. Showtime: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm.
22nd - The Toasters Amityville Music Hall Amityville, NY
The Toasters, an NYC based outfit, are "Ska Pioneers" (Billboard magazine) and boldly go where no ska band has gone before. Having been compared to the Ramones, due to their longevity and adherence to core principles, the Toasters are held to be one of most influential ska bands out there. Their lean, mean ska machine has galvanized audiences and musicians alike with their embrace of the Jamaica-born pop music style that overwhelmed England in the 1960's, migrated to America in the early 1980's, and went global in the 1990's. The hallmark Toasters sound sits at the nexus of Reggae, Jazz, Punk and Soul and is the musical equivalent of a brass knuckle-duster. Also on the bill: Samurai Pizza Cats, Flak Jacket, and Go Big. Showtime: 7 PM Purchase Tickets HERE
22nd - Peter Kanelous Clovis Point Winery Jamesport, NY
Spend a Sunday afternoon with singer-songwriter / virtuoso guitarist Peter Kanelous as he performs some of his excellent original acoustic music in a relaxing vineyard setting. Showtime: 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm.
25th - The Hideaways My Father's Place @ Roslyn Hotel Roslyn, NY
Don't miss this great double bill featuring two Long Island bands that always bring the heat. Opening the show is the popular Americana outfit, Pete Mancini & The Hillside Airmen. The headlining band on this cool double bill is The Hideaways, a wild & loose proto-punk blues powerhouse that always conjures up an atmosphere of Chuck Berry meets The Clash with a side order of cajun mojo and Bod Dylan circa Blonde On Blonde. Rumor has it that these guys are absolutely dangerous...in a good way, that is! This is gonna be a night to remember! Showtime: 8 pm. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
25th - Johnny Mac Band Treme Islip, NY
If you're looking for a night of earthy blues music, head on down and catch the Johnny Mac Band at their last summer gig of 2019 @ Treme! Expect to have the band put a little quake in yer shake! Showtime: 7 pm - 11 pm.
25th - Blue Velvo Mr. Beery's Bethpage, NY
Don't miss the return of Blue Velvo's Weird Wednesdays residency at Mr. Beery's! Showtime: 9 pm - 11: 55 pm.
26th - Steve Welner Trio Big Daddy's Massapequa, NY
Steve Welner, who many of you know from his fine work with the popular Americana combo The WellDiggers, presents an evening of acoustic music in a trio setting. Expect to hear some of Welner's excellent original compositions. Showtime: 6:30 pm.
27th - Sharpened Spurs Finley's of Green Street Huntington, NY
Hear ye! Hear ye! Be sure to catch this brand new musical entity known as The Sharpened Spurs. The band features a trio of veteran players from the Long Island music scene; Mark Mancini, Ian Petillo and Mike Nugent. Expect a tasty marriage of Southern Soul and Country music....something along the lines of Fats Domino meets Buck Owens! Showtime: 7 pm.
27th - Dan Nelson XYZ Bar East Elmhurst, NY
Dan Nelson & his eclectic cohorts perform at the WXYZ Bar, a cool watering hole located at 100-15 Ditmars Boulevard in East Elmhurst, NY. Showtime: 7 pm - 10 pm.
27th - Gary Sellers Band Pine Grove Inn East Patchogue, NY
"Gary Sellers is a musician who can mix classic blues sounds with influences from other genres, while keeping his playing at the highest level and his album Soul Apparatus is a showcase for his high level of musicianship and ability to fully engage an audience with his music." (Matthew Warnock, Review You) Showtime: 7 pm.
27th - Nancy Atlas Project My Father's Place @ Roslyn Hotel Roslyn, NY
Nancy Atlas and her lively band have dominated the East End Music scene on Long Island for many a year. Known for her raw, live performances and stellar songwriting. The Nancy Atlas Project have opened for almost everyone under the sun including Elvis Costello, Lucinda Williams, Toots and the Maytals, Jimmy Buffet, Crosby, Stills, and Nash...and the list goes on. Catch one of LI's most popular combos at this cool supper club in Roslyn. Showtime: 8 pm. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
27th - Carrie McQuade Farrell's Bar & Grill West Islip, NY
Carrie McQuade is a tour de force chanteuse who is best known for having powerful soul and style in both her original writing and her lively performances. Showtime: 8:30 pm.
28th - Blue Roots: NOLA Edition Still Partners Sea Cliff, NY
Blue Roots = Long Island Soul Music! This veteran blues outfit channels a tasty mix of Blues, R&B, Classic & Southern Rock. Ian Petillo, will be back from New Orleans for this special night with Blue Roots: NOLA Edition! Showtime: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm.
28th - Illusion: A Tribute To Women Who Rock! Treme Islip, NY
Don't miss this high energy tribute to Women Who Rock! From early classics like Etta James and Patsy Cline to Stevie, Pink,Heart, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, 10,000 Maniacs, Linda Ronstadt, Blondie and more! Showtime: 8 pm - 11:59 pm.
28th - Stone Blue Rising Sea Cove Bar & Grill Center Moriches, NY
Stone Blue Rising brings their high energy mix of hard driving rock and earthy blues to the Sea Cove Italian American Bar & Grill in Center Moriches! Come join the uprising! Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
28th - The Wolf Cats Swing The Teapot Floral Park, NY
Head on down to this popular eatery in Floral Park for a lighthearted evening of American Roots Music with the Wolf-Cats! This tasty combo brings the heat with a rowdy hep cat mix of blues, gypsy jazz and swing music. Note: get there early as this venue fills up quickly! Showtime: 9 pm.
28th - The Fraoch Collective Kasteli Cafe NYC
The Fraoch Collective grew from decades of musical symbiosis: inspired by PJ Harvey Black Sabbath Lou Reed and the cold rain. Showtime: Catch them as they make their first Big Apple appearance at Manhattans newest hot spot along with Black Angels NTC and No Fun. Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
28th - The Gypsy Felons Toomey's Tavern Amityville, NY
The Gypsy Felons will be returning to the fantastic ‘Toomey’s Tavern’ Of Amityville for a special afternoon performance! They will be performing an eclectic mix of great rock and roll that digs deep into the catalog...not the same old tired played out songs every other cover band plays! Showtime: 8 pm - Midnight.
28th - Redhouse Sunset Bartini Bar Babylon, NY
Redhouse Sunset returns to the Bartini Bar to perform some epic rock jams and tasty originals. Showtime: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm.
28th - Shot Glass Nickel Trotters Franklin Square, NY
Shot Glass Nickel brings their earthy mix of blues rock to Trotters in Franklin Square. Showtime: 9 pm - 1 am.
28th - The Scofflaws Bay Street Theater Sag Harbor, NY
Known for their rambunctious live shows, crazy horn solos and super tight arrangements, The Scofflaws are one of the top Ska acts of the '90's and a most beloved band on the Moon Ska label. Once the epicenter of the thriving Long Island Ska scene, the Scofflaws will have you on the dance floor all night! Showtime: 9 pm - 11 pm. Purchase your tickets HERE
28th - Suburban Decay Village Pub Lindenhurst, NY
Suburban Decay, aka 5 Guys who love to play old school punk, appear at this rock & roll watering hole in Lindenhurst. Also on the bill, The Dead Cats! Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight.
28th - Black & Sparrow Stephen Talkhouse Amagansett, NY
The Black & Sparrow band has taken on a whole new dimension with the addition of the band behind their two acoustic guitars (Klyph also plays dobro & slide guitar). First added was Randolph A. Hudson lll, a virtuoso on Baritone 6 and 12-string guitars. He has played with the Fugs, Psychedelic Furs and toured with “Bongwater” and “Magnuson/Kramer”. Later added was Mike Mazzaroco on bass. Mike, a graduate from The Conservatory of Music at SUNY Purchase, is also currently a studio owner, recording engineer and a multi-instrumentalist. Also recruited was James Bernard on drums. James is a professional multi-percussionist who studied with drum greats Jack DeJohnette and Tony Williams. He continued his formal musical education at the University of Miami with a major in Applied Percussion, Studio Music and Jazz. Showtime: 8 pm. Purchase Tickets HERE
29th - Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks Jamesport Farm Brewery Riverhead, NY
Come on down and catch Gene Casey & his crew of Lone Sharks deliver a show chock full of rockabilly goodness at this brewery on the North Shore! Showtime: 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm.
29th - Confidence Machine Sip This Valley Stream, NY
Confidence Machine, a combo that channels a wide variety of music genres (Progressive Rock, Fusion, Experimental Art Rock, Jazz, Blues and World music), invites anyone to join them in a jam Instrument and genre are unimportant, but if you're a drummer you should bring your own cymbals, sticks, and snare. Showtime: 1 pm.
29th - Big Beef Bash @ Mr. Beerys Mr. Beerys Bethpage, NY
The Big Beef Bash at Beerys is Back! This time bigger and better then ever!! A big bang for the buck!!! Dinner & Music Galore! This year's line up includes: Andy Dell & The Courageous Cats, Things Unknown, and Finally Balanced ( with a special surprise guest) and Toast.! Due to last years overwhelming success, tickets will be available in advance for only $15...as soon as tickets are printed we will make an announcement in regards to receiving tickets in advance. Tickets the day of the show will be $20 at the door. Come early stay late...eat and be merry....life is short, have some fun why'doncha! Event time:2 pm - 9 pm.
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The Lost Tapes Vol. 1 album review BMan's Blues Report (8-7-2019): "I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, The Lost Tapes Vol. 1, from The Hideaways, and it's terrific! Opening with Albert King's Let's Have A Natural Ball and it's on fire! With Chris James on lead vocal and guitar the band sounds more like Gatemouth Brown or Alvin Lee than King. Sean O'Neill on bass paired with Boom Boom Johnson on drums really drives the bottom and Scotty Micciche hits it hard on harp. Sensational opener. Doc Pomus' Lonely Avenue is a really cool sauntering shuffle with reverb drenched guitar soloing and it's steady beat. Junior Wells' Little By Little has super feel and James and Micciche paired on vocal makes for great stuff. Micciche takes a real nice harmonica solo on this one and really takes the track to a higher plain. James' guitar runs, double stops and fanning style fit this track to a tee. Excellent! Switching over to Chuck Berry style on Bye Bye Johnny, an strong rock n roll bottom gives James a wide open field to lay out blues fused rock riffs. Very nice! Another really hot track is Honey Boy with so much heat generated by James, Micciche, Johnson and O'Neill you feel they are going to run off the rail. Smoking!! Wrapping the release is T-Bone Walker's I'm Still In Love With You. bringing the pace way down, James vocals are exceptional and his guitar phrasing is perfect. This is an excellent closer for an exceptional release! "
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