Celebrating the diversity of the Local Music Scene!

FEBRUARY 2020


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LONG ISLAND SOUNDS MAILING LIST


1st - The Hideaways

First Sat of the Month Residency

Charlotte's Speakeasy

Farmingdale, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

All hail the return of The Hideaways, a wild & loose proto-punk band always conjures up an atmosphere of Chuck Berry meets The Ramones with a side order of Blonde On Blond Bob Dylan, as they begin their First Sat of the Month Residency at Charlotte’s Speakeasy in Farmingdale, NY.  For those who wish to attend and are not familiar with Charlotte’s Speakeasy: In keeping with the old-timey Speakeasy tradition, you will need to make a reservation, and you will need to grab the “password of the week” which is available on the venue's website. in order to get in. Doors open at 7pm, and it is suggested to come early, and stay late of course! The place is small and they only let 125 people in at a time.


1st – Jellyband

Barnum Ballroom

Island Park, NY

Showtime: 10 pm – 1 am

Jellyband has redefined what it means to be a cover band. “We’re not a jam band, we’re a jelly band!” has been Jellyband’s motto from their inception. Playing deep tracks from the sixties, mixed with contemporary anthems from the 90’s and beyond their musical cannon is vastly deep. The musical knowledge amassed by its members is extraordinary, and complement a female vocalist par excellence (Annie Mac) who also doubles on sax and flute with ease. Their varied instrumentation allows them to explore musical works not ordinarily associated with the term “cover band”.


1st - Kerry Kearney Band

Half Moon Bar & Grill

Long Beach, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

The Kerry Kearney Band returns to blow the roof off! If you missed the last show, don't miss this one. Awesome food and great atmosphere!


1st - The Morning Sea

Rockwood Music Hall / Stage One

196 Allen St

NYC

Showtime: 10 pm - 11 pm > No Cover!

The Morning Sea is thrilled to be helping to kick off Rockwood Music Hall's 15-year anniversary concert series, celebrating the venue's longstanding commitment to live music in NYC.  Rockwood Music Hall has been the beacon of emerging and established live music acts in NYC since 2005. Located at 196 Allen St. in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Rockwood has grown to 3 stages, and become one of the most respected names in the New York live music scene.


1st - Joe Vicino Band

Treme

Islip, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - Midnight

Catch a cool night of blues blues and more blues with the Joe Vicino Band featuring Joe Vicino, Paul Karekinian, Rick Shutter & Glenn Papa G Palermo!


1st - Mambo Loco

Margarita's Cafe

124 East Park Ave

Long Beach, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

Join the Latin powerhouse combo, Mambo Loco, for their premeir appearance at Margarita's Cafe.  Mambo Loco "In The House!"


1st – The Salt Cracker Crazies 

Mad Donkey Beer Bar & Grill 

32-07 36th Ave 

Astoria, NY 

Showtime: 10 pm – 1 am 

The Salt Cracker Crazies have been playing their own brand of jug-centric skiffle music for centuries. Once you've heard their bone rattling, floor shaking, gut thumping hokum, you'll want to bang on something...hard!


1st - Time Out Blues Band

Time Out Blues Band 

Giacomo Jack's

Amityville, NY 

Showtime: 9 pm – 1 am

Start the month of right by heading down to Giacomo Jack's to catch this seasoned blues outfit.  The band will be joined by a special guest keyboardist, Gail Storm.


1st - The Almost Brothers

Plattduetsche Park

Franklin Square, NY

Showtime: 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

The Allmost Brothers, a tribute band dedicated to the music of the Allman Brothers, brings their show to this authentic German beer garden in Franklin Square. Expect: a night of Southern Rock along with the venue's large selection of BEER!


1st - Cabin Fever Music Festival Invades Patchogue!

Swell Taco

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

The Pilot Program!!! Yoga Pants!!! Tacos!!!! Tequila!!!! This is going to be sick!!!!!!


1st - Phil Gammage Quartet 

Sanger Hall 

4820 Skillman Ave 

NYC 

Showtime: Three sets starting at 8pm

The Phil Gammage Quartet bring their original rocking blues, swing, and soul to Sanger Hall in Sunnyside Queens. Three sets starting at 8pm.


1st - Hazmat Modine CD Release Party

Le Poisson Rouge

158 Bleecker Street

NYC

Showtime: 6 pm - 10 pm

Hazmat Modine, a unique musical outfit that plays a mix of American Roots, African Music, Central Asian Music, Caribbean Music, Eastern European Music, Rock n' Roll, Jazz and New Orleans centric sounds, Celebrates the American release of Box of Breath with Balla Kouyate & Guests at Le Poisson Rouge!  6:00 PM doors | 7:00 PM show | 18+.  Table Seating: $20 advance, $25 day of show.  Standing Room: $15 advance, $20 day of show.


1st - T-Bone Vegan Funk Band

Country Corner

270 Main St

East Setauket, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

The T-Bone Vegans play two sets of original funk and blues beginning at 8pm featuring special guest Mark Vinci on Tenor Sax! Justin Comito - Trombone/Vocals, Brian Brozzoski - Guitar, Adam Mazzaferro, and Chris Covais - Drums.


1st - Creamery Station

Beau's Bar

Greenlawn, NY

Showtime: 9 pm - 1 am

Creamery Station are heading back to Beau's Bar for one of their only winter performances as they finish up our new album in the studio!


1st - Shot Glass Nickel

Eleanor's Lounge

Bohemia, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - Midnight

Shot Glass Nickel brings their earthy mix of blues based classic rock to this laid-back watering hole.  From the band's Facebook Page: "We are the Music Makers and We are the Dreamers of Dreams. We just want to play some music for you."


2nd – Cassandra House / Shecky & The Twangtones 

Beau’s Bar 

Greenlawn, NY 

Showtime: 4 pm – 8 pm

This special " Sunday Funday " event ; The ever fantastic Cass House will kick off this double header with a solo acoustic hour then our electric quartet will continue the party with its blend of " retro surf, reggae & soul jam music for all!"


2nd - Mike Barry

Knights of Columbus

33 South Tyson Ave

Floral Park, NY

Mike Barry, a veteran player from the LI music scene, performs a solo gig at this popular Knights of Columbus Hall.


2nd - Porch Stomp Presents Murder Ballads

LIC Bar

45-58 Vernon Blvd

Long Island City, NY

Showtime: 3 pm - 6 pm

Murder ballads, a subgenre of the traditional ballad form, originated in the folk music genre, and have infiltrated other genres as well. Join us for an evening of traditional and untraditional murder ballads by the fire at LIC Bar's cozy little carriage house!

Featuring performances by: 

Olivia Ellen Lloyd 

Phil Gammage 

Johnny Nale 

Townsend Hart 

Pablo Conrad 

Dave Gross and Jay Friedman 

Brandon Whightsel 

Diane Stockwell 

Michael Fowler 

Bears of Alaska -- Lauren Peters-Collaer, Sean Ryan 

Missy Berk 

Justin Cornell 

Nicholas Horner 

Amy Rox Surratt


2nd - Singer Songwriter Showcase

Featured Artist: Annie O'Rourke

North Fork Brewing Co.

24 East 2nd St

Riverhead, NY

Showtime: 5 pm - 8 pm

Sing, write or love music? You’re invited to The Showcase, hosted by Long Island singer-songwriter Ronnie Gross Jr. On the first Sunday of every month, this event will offer singers and songwriters the opportunity to perform their creative works in front of peers and music fans, as well as showcase a new artist each month with an extended set. Bring your instruments and your friends. All ages are welcome. Come, listen, perform and network, or be serenaded and entertained! We hope to support one another as the music community that we are. Sign-up at 5pm. Music starts at 5:30pm. 2 song-limit. The February event will shine a singer-songwriter spotlight at 7:30pm on Anne O'Rourke, who grew up on the North Fork and released her debut self-titled EP in December 2018. Come and support Anne along with all of Long Island's talented singers and musicians.


3rd - The Toby Tobias Ensemble

Finley’s of Green Street 

Huntington, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm – 10:30 pm 

The Toby Tobias Ensemble continues its “Build It & They Will Come Tour!” at this popular watering hole in Huntington with an evening of original music.


4th - Bastards of the Fine Arts

11 St. Bar

510 E. 11th St

NYC

Showtime: 9pm - 11 pm

Bastards Of Fine Arts is a new band with old roots. Formed in 2015 by songwriter veterans Matt Keating and Steve Mayone, the Bastards have amassed an impressive catalogue, debuting new songs on their popular New Song Forward Friday series. With Jason Mercer on Bass and Greg Wieczorek on Drums, the Bastards are soon to record their debut album, to be released early 2020.


4th – Simon Walsh’s Petting Zoo 

KJ Farrells 

Bellmore, NY 

Showtime: 9 pm – 10 pm

Come to KJ Farrell's and catch Simon Walsh's Petting Zoo…it’s Big  Fun for the whole family!


4th - NSAI Songwriter Meeting 

Five Towns College Performing Arts Center 

Dix Hills, NY

Event Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

From the Nashville Songwriters Association LI Branch: "Calling all Songwwriters!  Be sure to join the NSAI Long Island at Five Towns College (room 217) for our monthly meeting. Please come and we can share our ideas and songs with each other & get inspired! Songwriters (not only country writers) are invited to play a song they've written on CD, guitar (must bring your own) or piano, along with at least 10 lyric sheets. The group will give constructive critiques for you to consider so that you can improve your song. This will be a very fun meeting, please come and feel free to invite anyone you'd like!


5th - Richard Lanahan

The Wild Rose Bar & Grill

Farmingdale, NY

Showtime: 7 pm

Richard Lanahan, a veteran of the LI scene, performs an evening of Americana music at this intimate bar and grill in Farmingdale. Along with the sounds, check out the eats. 


6th - Biscuit Kings

Still Partners

Sea Cliff, NY

Showtime: 8:30 pm

The Biscuit Kings perform an evening of Americana Rock & Roll music featuring a mix of originals and choice covers at Still Partners!  "Fishing for a good time starts with throwing in your line" Along with being one of the best live music venues on the Island, Still Partners serves up an excellent menu from the kitchen as well.


6th - Squirrels From Hell 

Shrine World Music Venue 

300 W 116th St 

NYC 

Showtime: 8 pm

Squirrels From Hell, known far and wide as "The Band New York City Couldn't Kill”, bring their mix of underground, unique, original rock music that reach for the true depiction of life in 21st century America, bring their groove to the Shrine World Music Venue in NYC.  Outraged by just about everything they see around them, SFH have intensified their focus on delivering their unique musical vision in only the most supportive settings.


6th - Swingin' Nights with Judy Carmichael and Friends

The Loading Dock

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 10 pm

The featured artists for this event:

Judy Carmichael is a Grammy nominated pianist/vocalist and the host of Swingin’ Nights With Judy Carmichael and Friends, where she features some of her favorite musicians and joins in on second piano and vocals. 

Dan Block is an award-winning multiple instrumentalist, equally at home in jazz and classical music. His music has been featured on Broadway and in The Aviator, Revolutionary Road, The Good Shepherd and other movie soundtracks. He plays frequently with Wynton Marsales in the Lincoln Center Jazz Band, with Vince Giordano’s Nighthawks.

Conal Fowkes is a Grammy winning pianist, double-bassist, vocalist and arranger. He can be heard and/or seen in a number of Woody Allen movies and has toured with him throughout the world. He has appeared on multiple movie soundtracks, recorded extensively and continues to keep a busy touring schedule.


6th – 45 RPM 

C’mon Get Happy! 

My Father’s Place @ The Roslyn Hotel 

Roslyn, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm – 11 pm

45rpm brings the C'mon Get Happy Show to the My Fathers Place @ The Roslyn Hotel; one of the most iconic venues on Long Island. This is a very intimate setting with limited seating. Get your tickets soon this show will sell out quickly!


7th - Cabin Music Festival Invades Westhampton Beach!

The Mill Roadhouse

142 Mill Rd

Westhampton Beach, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

The Cabin Fever and Cabana Fever Music Festivals are the brainchild of absolute music lovers, Brendon Henry Seth Farrell & Paul Fallo. The genesis began when these "geniuses" decided to try to get more exposure for the great bands we have out here on the East End of Long Island. Over a decade later and we still make every February the best month of the year, by showcasing the best local music and art. We now are partnered with Hubba Promotions, Conscience Point Productions, and associated with Lantern Sound Recording Rig in an attempt to widen our spectrum. We are recharged with a even greater commitment to bring you the best the Island has to offer!  This particular event features 4 Amazing bands rocking the night away on the third floor of The Mill Roadhouse!!!! Bad Mary, Black Leaf, The Mud Show, and Adam’s Atoms invite you for a night of Rockabilly, rock, and punk!!! Don’t miss this one!!!!!


7th - Mohair Sam Wylie & The G-Strings

Paradise Saloon

West Islip, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - Midnight

Be sure and join Mohair Sam Wylie & The G-Strings for yet another amazing night of old school blues. The band's motto: Blues is about life and everything that goes with it, pain, heartache, happiness, and joy.


7th - Wolf Cats Jazz Quartet

Post Wine & Spirits

2112 Boston Post Road

Larchmont, NY

Showtime: 7 pm - 10 pm

Come on out for a night of JAZZ with a capital J!  You'll find the speakeasy downstairs from Post Wine and Spirits!


7th - The Resurrection of Screamin' Jay Hawkins Band

The Bowery Electric

327 Bowery

NYC

Showtime: 7:30 pm

Screamin' Jay Hawkins has come back from the dead!!!


7th - Jim Treutlein & Theresa Thornton

Swing The Teapot

Floral Park, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

Enjoy an evening of Americana Folk music by a charming duo at one of the most intimate venues on the Island.


7th – The Almost Brothers Band 

89 North 

Patchogue, NY 

Showtime: 8:30 pm

The Allmost Brothers Band is a progressive tribute act honoring the tradition of the legendary Allman Brothers Band. Working within the framework of the incredible and vast song book of the ABB, The Allmost Brothers inject something new, fresh and exciting into the material. In a matter of words: high level musicianship, authentic improvisational interplay, dedication to the high-octane performance, and power that established the original ABB back in 1969.  $10 | $12 Day of Show / THIS EVENT IS 21 AND OVER.  Doors open at 7:00 PM for Advanced Ticket Holders; 7:30PM for General Admission. 


7th - The Brother Pluckers

JT's Farmhouse

Bayport, NY

Showtime: 7 pm

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 instrumentation; acoustic guitars, upright bass, mandolin and banjo and some non-Bluegrass instrumentation; flute, harmonica and percussion. Harmony driven vocals and improvised jams derive their influence from multiple genres of music and result in a sound and a vibe unique to The Brother Pluckers.


7th – Blue Oyster Cult 

Suffolk Theater 

Riverhead, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm – 11 pm

There is only one ... Long Island's own - the legendary and without peer - the GODZILLA of all rock bands... WELCOME BACK seminal rock band BLUE OYSTER CULT. Don’t Fear the Reaper, Burnin’ For You, Godzilla, and more. Long Island Music Hall of Famer's – the guys that set MTV on its course and gave rise to generations of hard rock bands to come! Its the legendary - the great - BLUE OYSTER CULT! We need more cow bell!  Tickets $65, $69, $75 > Ticket options for this event includes row seating, and cabaret seating.  Doors, Bar & Restaurant open for drinks and dining at 6:30pm. Show begins at 8:00pm.  There is a $10 food/beverage minimum per person at all tables. Food and Beverage available for purchase at bar for patrons with row seating. 


7th – Eddie Trap 

Finnbar Pub 

Mount Sinai, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm  

The fabulous Eddie Trap combo continues to win over fans with their entertaining mix of covers and original songs as they continue doing dates on their ongoing Rock & Ridiculous Tour!


7th - David Bryan and Friends

Connolly's

121 W. 45th St

NYC

Showtime: 8 pm - 10 pm

Come on down to Connolly's Times Square and experience some soulful, creative interpretations of The Grateful Dead — along with their exquisite signature harmonies!   21+ w/ID  Cover: $10 - Mention you are there to see David Bryan & Friends > Club is located on the 3rd floor and there is an elevator.


8th - Nancy Atlas Project

Stephen Talkhouse

Amagansett, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

Nancy Atlas and her band of Journeymen have been dominating the East End Music scene or Long Island for quite some time. Known for her raw, live performances and stellar songwriting!


8th - Billy Mira & The Hitmen

Gateway Playhouse

Bellport, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

Billy Mira & The Hitmen is not your typical big band or swing rock-abilly style band, but a band with its own bit of personality featuring Billy Mira giving you something you haven’t seen before.  Expect a Vegas -Style, Modern Americana Big Band with An Edge.


8th - Big Frank & The Healers

An Beal Bocht Cafe

445 W 238th St

Bronx, NY

Showtime: 9 pm - 12:30 am

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.


8th - The Electrix

Barnum Ballroom

4060 Austin Blvd

Island Park, NY

Showtime: 10 pm - 1 am

Ladies & Gentlemen!!!! The Electrix would like to invite you to come out and help them celebrate their debut at this new venue!


8th - Kate Skwire & The Too Lazy Boys

Desmond's Tavern

433 Park Ave S

NYC

Showtime: 8:30 pm - 10 pm

Stripped down Americana, performing originals & covers. Kate Skwire on vocals, Rod Archer on bass and backup vocals, Chris Gili on guitar and backup vocals and Steve Kobyleckyj on percussion and backup vocals.


8th - Freddy Monday

Clovis Point Vineyard & Winery

Jamesport, NY

Showtime: 7 pm - 10 pm

Freddy Monday, a well-traveled singer/songwriter who's a veteran of the LI music scene, performs amid the calm environs of the Clovis Point Winery.


8th - Joe Rock and The All Stars

Giacomo Jacks

Amityville, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

Joe Rock and The All Stars are coming back home to Giacomo Jack's as they begin their residency on the 2nd Saturday of every month!  Expect a collection of Rock, Blues, Rockabilly, Punk and General Mayhem and NO COVER!!! 

The All Stars: 

Al Canonico: Drums & Vocals 

Lou Carrollo: Guitar & Vocals (Blues Hall of Fame member) 

Mark "The Animal" Mendoza: Bass & Vocals (from Twisted Sister)


8th - A Wild Night @ The Chicken Shack!

Mighty Ramon & The Phantoms of Soul 

The Hideaways

American Legion Post 360

Huntington, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

Lord have mercy!  It's time for A Wild Night @ Chicken Shack!  Don't miss the most rump-shakin', foot-stompin', roof-raisin' show you'll see this year as the Mighty Ramon & The Phantoms of Soul (genuine souil music) and The Hideaways (amphetamine rock & roll) bring their collective groove to this popular venue.  Rumor has it that if you're not dancing at this show, then there must be something wrong with your legs!


8th - Dog House Blues Band

Bobbique

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

The Dog House Blues Band has been serving it's potent gumbo of rump rockin' boogie, gut-bucket blues and earth shakin' rawk to the clubs and stages of Long Island for the past 10 years. It's members bring many years of varied musical experience to the table and stir it up for your listening and dancing pleasure!


8th - Rooster

Village Pub

Lindenhurst, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

Things heat up as Rooster returns to the Village Pub with a set of great original music!


8th - Cabin Fever Music Fest Invades Hampton Bays!

Cowfish Hampton Bays

258 Montauk Hwy

Hampton Bays, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

Come hang upstairs at this annual acoustic bash!!! The Encore Machines, Kevin Saboe, and Rich Lamiroult take the stage and bring the thunder!!! Special 8pm start time so come early for amazing food, stay for some rock!


9th - Dead Ringers

Beau's Bar

Greenlawn, NY

Showtime: 5 pm

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.


9th - Peter Kanelous

Clovis Point Vineyard & Winery

Jamesport, NY

Showtime: 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Spend a lazy winter afternoon with virtuoso guitarist Peter Kanelous as he performs amidst the calm environs of the Clovis Point Vineyard.  Ahhh!  A little wine & a little music makes this the perfect way to spend a day.


11th - Canción Franklin & The Fam Band

11th St Bar

510 E. 11th St

NYC

Showtime: 8 pm

Cancion Franklin and the Fam Band have a Residency here on the Second Tuesday of Every Month. The band consists of Canción Franklin (guitar/vox), Medley Shabazz (drums), and Teddy Motz (bass). Together they play original Americana, everything from driving blues/rock to classic country. It’s a show not to be missed!


12th - NOOM Presents Marci Geller

Finley's of Green Street

Huntington, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

On Feb. 12th Marci Geller will be the featured artist at NOOM (Northshore Original Open Mic) at Finley's in Huntington, a lively New Orleans themed bar/restaurant.  Open mic sign-up starts @7:30 pm, open mic starts @ 8pm & continues after 9 pm feature set. So bring your axe and your songs if you feel so inclined, or just bring yourself.


13th - Danny Kean

Bistro 72

Riverhead, NY

Showtime: 6 pm

Danny Kean is an accomplished singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist widely known for his deft handling of the R&B genre.  Come on down and catch some genuine blue-eyed soul!


13th – Rorie Kelly 

Gerardi’s Bar & Grill 

Hauppauge, NY 

Showtime: 6 pm

Stay cozy in the cold of winter at this elegant and warm Bar & Grill, while enjoying good food, great libations and lively music from Rorie Kelly!


14th – Shecky & The Twangtones 

Valentine’s Day Dance 

JT’s Farmhouse 

Bayport, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm – 11 pm

Shecky & The Twangtones deliver the goods at JT’s Farmhouse on Valentine’s Day!  Rumor has it that it’s Schecky’s B-Day! 


14th – Gail Storm 

Bistro 72 

@ Hotel Indigo East 

Riverhead, NY 11901 

Showtime: 5 pm - 9 pm 

Love is in the air!  If you’re looking for an intimate place to catch some music on Valentine’s Day, be sure to head on down to Bistro 72 for an evening of blues, jazz and standards as parlayed by piano/vocalist Gail Storm.


14th - Carrie & the Cats

Founders Room @ the Paramount

370 New York Ave

Huntington, NY

Showtime: 8:30 pm

Carrie & The Cats, an LI soul/rock band that's fronted by the incredible talent of vocalist Carrie Lynn Wicks, perform as a trio at the Founders Room; a venue located within the Paramount Concert Hall.  The Founder's Room is a members only 1920's speakeasy located underneath The Paramount concert venue. Inside you will step back into a time where alcohol was forbidden and everyone just wanted to have a good time. The room is covered in 1920's paraphernalia and the bartenders are dressed accordingly.


14th - For the Love of Cocktails

Sonny's Canal House

Baldwin Harbor, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

 


14th - Nina Et Cetera

Salt and Barrel

Bay Shore, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

This earthy folk duo delivers an evening of alt-rock music at this eclectic Bay Shore eatery.  Nina, the band’s lead vocalist, possesses a powerful old-time jazz voice that provides a lot of nuance to their material.


14th – Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks 

Giacomo Jack’s 

Amityville, NY 

Showtime: 9 pm

It’s a double whammy folks!  It’s Valentine’s Day and (gasp!) Sharks Night @ Giacomo Jack’s!   Young hearts will come alive to the strains of rockabilly music!


14th - Groove Juice

Valentine's Day Dance

The Local Tavern

Levittown, NY

Showtime: 8:30 pm

Join Groove Juice on Valentines evening 2/14/2020 at The Local Tavern where they will be sharing the love starting at 8:30 pm!


14th – Wonderous Stories 

89 North 

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 8:30 pm

Wonderous Stories performs an eclectic mix of progressive and classic rock. You never know what you're going to hear, because they never know what they're going to play. Wonderous Stories works without a setlist and is always willing to try something new - even without a net!  For this show, advanced tickets for reserved seating on the upper level are available. Table service included. Doors open at 7:00 PM for Advanced Ticket Holders; 7:30PM for General Admission


14th - Gissel Garcia

Social Gastropub

Old Bethpage, NY

Showtime: 7 pm

The Mexican roots of Gissel Garcia, in combination with the native New Yorkers influence, make for a musical fusion that hasn’t been heard before.


15th - Valentine's Day Party with La Elegancia de la Salsa

SIMPLAY

180 Commerce Drive

Hauppauge, NY

Showtime: 8 pnm - Midnight

It's Valentine's Day Weekend at Simplay with la Elegancia de la Salsa. They are a high energy salsa band recreating classic salsa tunes and more. They bring the best of Latin Music to Long Island. What better way to make your loved one feel special? For Reserved seating and table reservations, call Michael at (516) 885-5740. Act soon, reserved seating sells out quickly!


15th - Anna Maria Villa

Mirabelle Tavern

Stony Brook, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

Join Anna Maria Villa for a little romance and a little fun... Jazz, Great American Songbook and Italian Classics!  Repertoire includes Jazz, Standards, Swing, Great American Songbook, Bossa Nova, Italian and International Jazz Classics (sung in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and French).


15th - Hard Drive

Eleanor's Lounge

Bohemia, NY

Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight

 


15th - The Como Brothers

Arlene's Grocery 

95 Stanton Street 

NYC

Showtime: 10 pm

Combining a pop and rock easy listening sound with a blues vibe, The Como Brothers have written and recorded multiple albums and EP’s of original songs.


15th - The Martinets

Gold Sounds

44 Wilson Ave

Brooklyn, NY

Showtime: 4 pm

THE MARTINETS have been ripped out of NYC circa 1979 and transplanted to the 21st century for the listening pleasure of today's peoples. Two highly praised recordings, Love! Hate! and New Stories for Men, were released on Scooch Pooch, and the third, Comeback Tour, on Italian label Tornado Ride Records. Their fourth cd, the magnum opus Rock and Roll Will Probably Never Die, was released the summer of 2014 by Musick Recordings.


15th - Harmonica Bill & Marked Deck

South Huntington Public Library

145 Pidgeon Hill Rd

Huntington Station, NY

Showtime: 7 pm - 8:30 pm

Harmonica Bill & Marked Deck return to the South Huntington Public Library where tey will be playing a mess of lowdown, greasy Chicago blues with the blues harp out front...Plus they'll be joined by 18-year old blues and jazz wunderkind Piano Matt! The Library has a wonderful theatre and it's a great place to see a concert!


15th - Amad Ali & The Double A Blues Band

Clovis Point Vineyard & Winery

Jamesport, NY

Showtime: 7 pm - 10 pm

With the hard-hitting electric feel of latest single “Riverhead” rounding out the gritty early Chicago Blues style of their 2018 LP “Standing on the Shoulders of the Blues” – Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Ahmad Ali and his Double A Blues Band have brought a refreshingly nostalgic feeling back to the current blues scene.


15th – Stanton Anderson Band 

Beau’s Bar 

Greenlawn, NY 

Showtime: 9:30 pm - 11 pm

The Stanton Anderson Band will be hitting the stage at Beau's Bar in Greenlawn, NY on 02/15/20! Come out and rock the joint Long Island! 


15th - The Brother Pluckers

Blue Point Brew Pub

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 4 pm - 8 pm

The Brother Pluckers bring to the stage a refreshing mix of favorites by The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Wilco and more!


15th - Cabin Fever Music Festival Invades Southampton! 

North Sea Tavern 

Southampton, NY 

Showtime: 9 pm

  Cabin Fever’s The Tweekers return again to rock the house!!! With the awesome outlaw sounds of Mike Meehan and the Lucky Ones, and fast paced Neckscars! Be sure to make this one!!


16th - Shecky & The Twangtone

Fadeleys Pub

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 4 pm – 8 pm

Don’t Miss this special early Sunday event show featuring Shecky and his gang of Twangtones will be appearing as an acoustic trio!  Expect a night of all your favorite retro surf, reggae & soul jam grooves.


16th - 4 Amigos

Beau's Bar

Greenlawn, NY

Showtime: 5 pm

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.  The band features Russ Seeger, John Mecurio, Lee Shonik and Jeff “Shadow Groove” Goldstein.  Be sure to catch them at this lively Dead Head enclave!


16th - Jim Moran's Sunday Funday Open Jam 

Station Pub 

Sayville, NY

Showtime: 3 pm

Jim Moran, a longtime veteran player on the LI music scene, hosts a lively open jam EVERY SUNDAY at the Station Pub in Sayville.  Expect the unexpected!


16th - Confidence Machine 

Open Jam Session 

Sip This 

Valley Stream, NY

Showtime: 1 pm - 4 pm

Coincidence Machine invites anyone to jam w/ us (and along w/ other who show up). Instrument and genre are unimportant, but if you're a drummer you should bring your own cymbals, sticks, and snare


16th - Cabin Fever Music Fest Invades Riverhead!

North Fork Brewing Co.

24 East 2nd St

Riverhead, NY

Showtime: 2 pm

This show has something for EVERYONE! Great craft beer, food truck, and music from all walks of life!!!!  Dr. Eamz (hip hop), Bryan Gallo and his band (Americana/folk), An Old Friend (Rock/alternative) and Ellis Melillo (Rock/pop) will perform for you, while you try North Forks AMAZING craft beer! There will be a food truck for those who are craving some original eats!


16th > 17th –Annual Band Battle To End Cystic Fibrosis 

Mr. Beery’s 

Bethpage, NY 

Showtime: Feb 16, 2020 at 12 pm – Feb 17, 2020 at 4 am

Showtime: 3 pm

Don't miss Mr. Beerys biggest charity event of the year! Featured performers include The Rodeo Clowns and Dave Christian.  Call (516) 579-7049 for further info


18th - Songwriters Roundtable & All Original Open Mic

Hosted by Richard Lanahan & Joseph Perricone

KJ Farrells

Bellmore, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - Midnight

Opening up the stage as an ALL ORIGINAL ‘Open Mic’ for local musicians & peers to share/critique their music. Long Island based Singer/Songwriters that hold a monthly “Nashville style” songwriter showcase. Songwriters are given an opportunity to share a song or two, on stage, in front of a live audience of their creative peers! Each session begins with featured & established writers showcasing 4 or 5 songs each. Afterwards, the stage is opened to any/all original songwriters in the audience! This is an everyday occurrence in Nashville and we’re trying to generate the same creative vibe & love for original music here on Long Island.


19th – Soul Cake / Puma Pearl & Friends / Mike Edison 

11th St. Bar 

510 East 11th St 

NYC 

Showtime: 8 pm – 11 pm

8:00: Mike Edison's Dirty Valentine - Mike Edison reads and performs stories and songs from his books and beyond, with his micro arkestra, the Space Liberation Army, featuring Mickey Finn (piano) and Dee Pop (drums)

9:00: Puma Perl and Friends - merges spoken word with rock and roll and original music. Friends are Joff Wilson, Joe Sztabnik, Dave Donen, and Danny Ray. “Puma Perl & Friends is art at its best; collaborative, thrilling, and authentic. There is no posturing; it’s poetry & music & its own divine experience.” Elizabeth Grey, Writer.

10:15: SoulCake - JOff Wilson, SaraFe, Laura Sativa and the occasional special guest or two play sweet and sultry songs about this crazy thing called life.


20th - Latin Thursdays @ Treme!

Latinology

Treme

Islip, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

Latin Thursdays @ Treme!  Latinology , a dynamic music ensemble that fuses salsa, merengue, cha-cha, bachata, rumba and bolero with the sounds of R&B, soul and pop, are back for another fun evening with dance music galore!


20th - Rodeo Clowns

Big Daddy's Restaurant

Massapequa, NY

Showtime: 7 pm - 9:30 pm

Jim Treutlein and Chris James aka the Rodeo Clowns their popular 3rd Thursday of the Month residency at Big Daddy's.  Enjoy an evening of great music along with carny stories and whimsical riddles along with Big Daddy’s Mardi Gras Crawfish Boil.


20th - Boom with Jack Falco

Still Partners

Sea Cliff, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

Boom, an eclectic combo led by Jack Falco, comes together for an adventure in improvisation and groove that all jazz lovers will enjoy.


20th - Open Mic Night @ Green Hill (upstairs) 

In Partnership with the East End Music Alliance

Green Hill Kitchen 

Greenport, NY

Showtime: 7 pm - 10 pm

$1-$10 snakes from Chef Matty Boudreau, $5 draft beers, and $3 Miller High Life. Full bands and solo acts are welcome!


20th - 3 Amigos 

Bayou Jones 

Merrick, NY 

Showtime: 7pm 

John Mecurio, Russ Seeger and Jeff Goldstein team up for a night of musical fun at this Southern eatery in Merrick.


21st - Stanton Anderson Band

89 North

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 8:30 pm

Stanton Anderson is a six-piece band that's been playing together for over forty years, mixing blues, rock, soul, and other influences into an original sound.  Doors open at 7:00 PM for Advanced Ticket Holders; 7:30PM for General Admission.


21st - The Other Shoe

Still Partners

Sea Cliff, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

The Other Shoe, a combo led by singer-songwriter Joseph Perricone, offers up a wide variety of musical genres that includes Singer-Songwriter, Americana, Reggae, Ska and Soul.  Expect the unexpected!   

Be sure to check out the band's stellar album, Which Country?

 


21st - Soul Smoke

The Bitter End 

147 Bleecker St 

NYC 

Showtime: 10:30 pm – 2 am  

Soul Smoke is a wild and loose trio whose sound comes from Eazy's love for Metal Drumming, Mike's Vocal and Rhythm talent, and Andy's love for the Blues.


21st - The SpinOffs

Bartini

Babylon, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

The SpinOffs, a covers combo, does their thing at this Bartini, a popular tavern in Babylon.


21st - Toby Tobias Ensemble

Finley's of Green Street

Huntington, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 10:30 pm

Be sure to catch the Toby Tobias Ensemble and the Dave Christian Project. Their collective musical mission is to keep original music alive in right here in Long Island. The revolution has started!


21st - The League of Naughty Cubists 

The Cornerstone Bar 

Mineola, NY

Showtime: 7:30 pm

Zoot alors!  The League of Naughty Cubists have left their hidden cave hideout and will be performing at The Cornerstone Bar in Mineola!  Yes folks, Russ Seeger, Steve Kaplan and Roger Murdock are at it again with their "naughty" antics and cool tunes.


21st - Ed Ryan

Kelly's Ale House

Bohemia, NY

Showtime: 7 pm - 11 pm

This Long Island singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has been described as "an unusual blend of unbridled cynic and hopeless romantic" and is a man whose powerful voice and sharp wit have made him a popular favorite in and out of the music scene.


21st - Certain Moves

The Riverhead Free Library

330 Court St

Riverhead, NY

Showtime: 6 pm - 7:30 pm

Saxophone player and vocalist Charles Certain formed Certain Moves with bandmates Bill "Bang" Gaines (keys/vocals), Wayne Hart (bass/vocals), Randy London (drums/pans), and Abdul Zuhri (guitar/vocals) play a free concert at The Riverhead Free Library. This Southampton band plays all styles of music, specializing in smooth jazz, R&B, dance soul, and funk.


22nd - Maxwell Street Blues Band

Ziggy's

Massapequa, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

Come on down and catch the Maxwell Street Blues Band as they lay down some lowdown grooves that’ll feed your soul!


22nd - JD Leonard

My Father's Place @ The Roslyn Hotel

Roslyn, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

From the JD Leonard Website: "Fever dream guitars and raw vocals. Lush melodies and memory inducing lyrics. It's a sound that you already know...like you've never heard before."


22nd - Mike Barry Band 

Swing the Teapot 

Floral Park, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

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.


22nd – Ray Lambiase 

 The Songbox (House Concert)

Seaford, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm    

Ray Lambiase performs an evening of his unique story songs with Lanny Sichel on bass.  Also appearing on the bill is Cricket Blue, a Vermont based team of singer-songwriters.  The Song Box house concerts are held at a private residence in Seaford, NY (Nassau County). Seating is limited to about 35. There is a suggested donation of $15. All proceeds go to the performers. Please make advance reservations by sending an email to songbox@optonline.net . You will be sent a confirmation and directions via return email. Reservations can also be made at (516) 579-5365. Leave a message with your name and phone number and we’ll call you back to confirm and give you directions.


22nd - Brews & Beads Mardi Gras Celebration

Jamesport Farm Brewery

Riverhead, NY

Showtime: 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Come on over to the brewery as the beats flow while delicious, local, craft beer flows right along too! Featuring live entertainment with authentic NOLA-style music by Bob Barta & Friends. Come get your limited edition JFB beads and join the celebration! $5 cover charge at the door.


22nd - Danny Kean Band

Husk and Vine Kitchen & Cocktails

Smithtown, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

Be sure to catch this special show featuring keyboardist / Vocalist Danny Kean and two of his longtime cohorts, guitarist Don Celenza and Phil Bloom on drums.  Husk and Vine is an eatery that specializes in Bourbon, wine, specialty cocktails and shareable plates.  Expect a special night of music!!


22nd – BluesCraft Presents 

Shrine Lounge 

2271 Adam Clayton Jr. Blvd 

Harlem, NYC 

Showtime: 7 pm

BluesCraft brings you the best in roots music! Join us for some fun and good times. No cover charge!  9pm The Chris Raabe Band…8pm Apache Brown Band…7pm Marc Delgado (solo).


22nd – Free Grass Union 

Fadeley’s Deli Pub 

Patchogue, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

Come on down and catch 2 sets of psychedelic bluegrass sounds by Free Grass Union.


22nd - Bob Marley's Birthday Party

Project Vibe & The Realm

Stephen Talkhouse

Amagansett, NY

Showtime: 10 pm - 1 am

Project Vibe and The Realm kick off Cabin Fever Music Festival at the legendary Stephen Talkhouse! Come celebrate Bob Marley's Birthday!


23rd – Allen Santoriello & The Mardi Gras Boys 

Big Daddy’s Restaurant 

Massapequa, NY 

Showtime: 7 pm

Mardi Gras fever is in the air!  Catch some Nawlins vibes with Allen Santoriello & The Mardi Gras Boys!


23rd – Toby Tobias 

Journey from Johannesburg 

West Hempstead Public Library 

Showtime: 2 pm

Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, Toby has immersed himself in many genres of American Music while never leaving behind his roots in the rhythms and melodies of his homeland.  On Feb 23rd Toby Tobias performs his popular Journey from Johannesburg show at the West Hempstead Public Library. This will be a duo show on a Sunday afternoon.


24th - Harmonica Bill & Marked Deck Kick Off Mardi Gras Week!

Big Daddy's Restaurant

Massapequa, NY

Showtime: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The day before Mardi Gras is called "Lundi Gras" (which means "Fat Monday" just like Mardi Gras means "Fat Tuesday"). Harmonica Bill & Marked Deck will be playing two sets of greasy, lowdown Chicago blues to kick Lundi Gras and Big Daddy's Mardi Gras week! Come join the fun!  Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler!


24th - Richie Cannata's Monday Night Jam 

The Bitter End

NYC

Showtime: 11 pm - 1 am

Richie Cannata's Mon Night Open Mic Jam is happening every Monday night in NYC: Richie Cannata - Sax, Host / Benny Harrison - Keys, Vocals / Frosty Lawson- Trumpet, Flugelhorn and List Organizer, Vocals / Jim Moran - Guitar, Vocals. George Panos- Bass / Kevin Bregande - Drums.  $10 admission. Sign-up sheet in person.


25th - WHBPAC Songwriting Circle 

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Westhampton Beach, NY

Showtime: 7 pm - 9 pm

Calling all songwriters! Join us on the WHBPAC stage for three evenings of showcasing your original songs, examining the songwriting process, and discuss pertinent music-related issues. Facilitated by celebrated singer-songwriter Fred Raimondo, participants can share their work in a relaxed and fun environment. All skill levels are welcome, and the bar will be open. Come to one session, or come to all! RSVP to kristenp@whbpac.org


25th - The Other Shoe

Guy Anthony's

2208 Jerusalem Ave.

Merrick NY

Showtime: 7:30 pm

Big Chief Joseph and his rowdy Carnival Krewe will be bringing some tasty New Orleans Mardi Gras vibes to Guy Anthony's in Merrick on Fat Tuesday!  Reservations are recommended.  Call 516-221-5555.  Jocomo Fe Nah Hey Baby!


25th - The Zone

Mardi Gras On the Nautical Mile!

Rachel's Waterside Grill

281 Woodcleft Ave

Freeport, NY

Showtime: 6 pm

One of the most exceptional Mardi Gras Events in Long Island is this annual gathering of The Zone at this popular eatery on the Nautical Mile in Freeport.  This second line combo always delivers a night of authentic Mardi Gras music!  Along with the music, you'll find some tasty cajun / creole offerings from this venue's kitchen courtesy of Chef Rich that will definitely put you in a Fat Tuesday frame of mind!  Dinner Seating: 6 pm and 8:30 pm.  Please note that this event always sells out very quickly so be sure to call ahead for reservations: (516) 546-0050.


25th - Kerry Kearney Band

Bobbique

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 7 pm

Celebrate Mardi Gras New Orleans style with Kerry Kearney Band at this cool BBQ joint in Patchogue!


25th - Gail Storm Duo Fat Tuesday Show!

Big Daddy's Restaurant

Massapequa, NY 

Noon – 3 pm  

Gail Storm, a seasoned pianist / vocalist who definitely knows how to play New Orleans music, is joined by David Phelps on guitar & vocals for a special afternoon performance of some tasty music that is guaranteed to put you in a Fat Tuesday kind of mood.  Lemme Hear Ya Say “Yeah! You Rite!”


25th - Fat Tues w/ The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn

Catfish Bar & Restaurant

1433 Bedford Ave

Brooklyn, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 10:30 pm

Another cool Fat Tuesday event takes place at the Catfish Bar & Restaurant featureing The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn; an early jazz, swing, and blues band, composed of acoustic guitar/vocals, upright bass, homemade washboard percussion, trumpet and saxophone. Their repertoire of witty songs from the 1920’s and 30’s, New Orleans & Dixieland, classic Blues, R&B and Western Swing is augmented by original tunes with moving yet often bawdy lyrics and catchy 4 part vocal harmony.


25th - KJ Farrells Original Music Night!

Squirrels From Hell

KJ Farrells

Bellmore, NY

Showtime: 7:30 pm

Outraged by just about everything they see around them, Squirrels From Hell have intensified their focus on delivering their unique musical vision in only the most supportive settings.  "Turn it up!"


25th - Allen Santoriello & The Mardi Gras Boys 

The Wine Cellar 

Northport, NY 

Showtime: 5:30 pm

Put on some beads, wear some purple green & gold and get yourself down to the Wine Cellar for a Mardi Gras Good Time with Allen Santoriello & The Mardi Gras Boys.


25th - Fat Tuesday!

Back On Bourbon Street

Grasso’s Restaurant 

134 Main St. 

Cold Spring Harbor, NY 

Showtime: 7 pm – 11 pm 

Back on Bourbon Street is a Long Island band that features a veteran group of musicians who play the infectious music of New Orleans.  Members of the band have recorded, toured or performed with Henry Butler, Susan Tedeschi, Sam Taylor, Odetta, Madeleine Peyroux and many more!  Expect a real taste of Fat Tuesday tunes a la Dr. John, Fats Domino, The Meters, Snooks Eaglin, The Neville Brothers, and Allen Toussaint.  Please note that reservations are highly recommended.  Be sure to inquire about the venue’s annual mask contest (the winner receives a cool gift!).


28th - Cabin Fever Fest Rock Reggae Party!

Buckley's In Between

139 W. Montauk Hwy

Hampton Bays, NY

Showtime: 9 pm

Kudos to the folks behind the annual Cabin Fever Music Festival for their efforts to keep live music alive out here on the east end!

 


26th – NOOM presents Josette and Mark Mancini 

Finley’s of Green Street 

Huntington, NY 

Showtime: 9 pm

Enjoy an evening of lyrical catchy original pop songs with Josette and Mark!


27th - Mambo Loco

Treme

Islip, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

Mambo Loco is "In The House" monthly at Treme so come on down and support live Latin music in Long Island!


27th - Singer Songwriter is Back!

Huntington Arts Council 

213 Main St 

Huntington, NY

Sign-up begins at 7:00pm  

Mic opens at 7:30pm  

Performances end at 10:00pm 

Singer-Songwriter Night is a community-based opportunity for people to create and perform in a supportive, all-inclusive environment. Original music only! No backline Available…No pre-registration required…First-come-first serve with 14 slots available…2 songs or 8 minutes per performer, whichever comes first…$10 donation to perform, $5 suggested for all others.

Upcoming Dates: March 26, 2020; April 23, 2020; May 28, 2020. 

Questions? Contact Kieran Johnson via businessmanager@huntingtonarts.org 

or call 631-271-8423, Ext.12.


28th – Dave Diamond Band  

Beau’s Bar  

Greenlawn, NY  

Showtime: 8:30pm

The Dave Diamond Band brings delivers a mix of bluegrass, pop, rock and soul to one of LI's most intimate venues.


28th - Jay Reilly

Bellmore Bean

Bellmore, NY

Showtime: 8 pm

Local singer-songwriter, Jay Reilly is known for performing dark original songs that have a humorous quality along the lines of Randy Newman and Tom Lehrer.  Don't miss a true original! 

Be sure to check out Jay's latest album release

Three Steps Ahead of the Clown Car


29th - Pamela Betti Band

Bobbique

Patchogue, NY

Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight

Pamela Betti and her rowdy blues crew kick up some dust at a fabulous BBQ joint in Patchogue.


29th – Super Soul Spectacular!

The Hoodoo Loungers

Mighty Ramon & The Phantoms of Soul

Bay Street Theatre 

Sag Harbor, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm

Don't miss this exciting show featuring 1960s-70s classic soul from Otis Redding to Aretha Franklin and more!


29th – Breakaway 

The Local Ale House 

Island Park, NY 

Showtime: 9 pm - Midnight

Come out and catch some blues you can use with Breakaway!  Expect some musical hijinks as bandleader Howie Haber celebrates his birthday! 


29th – Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks 

The Winter Sessions 

Green Hill Kitchen 

Greenport, NY 

Showtime: 8 pm

Green Hill Kitchen presents Gene Casey & the Lone Sharks who will be appearing monthly upstairs in the fabulous lounge/bar!  Plenty of dancing and great grooves will be on hand!


29th - Dave Christian Band / Shecky & The Twangtones

Bartini Bar

Babylon, NY

Showtime: 8 pm - 11 pm

Here's a cool double bill that you don't wanna miss!  Both bands will each be performing a long set of music for all with Shecky & the Twangtones kicking things off at 8:00 pm followed by the Dave Christian Project.


30th - Christopher John Campion

11th St Bar 

NYC

Showtime: 8:30 pm - 11 pm

On "The Last Thursday of Every Month", Christopher John Campion has one of the longest running residencies at 11th St. Bar.  Campion brings an eclectic mix of both original and cover songs tied together by some of the best between song banter you'll ever hear. At each of these shows, Campion is joined by any number of his musical co-conspirators including Bennett LaGreca, Paul Giannini, Bill Ryan or his brother, Bill Campion