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Beaucoup Blue, Part 1 - University Cafe, Stony Brook, NY - 11/11/12
Beaucoup Blue is the Americana Philadelphia based group of David and Adrian Mowry. Father and son have been performing their roots based music nationally and internationally as a duo, quartet and on occasion quintet. Bridging many gaps in American music, their soulful traditional and contemporary styles mesh into an innovative and authentic sound. Although blues is a staple in their repertoire, they base their love in music from Folk, Soul, R&B, Jazz, Country and Bluegrass. All these interests and influences come out in their original song-writing in a unique way. Hear for yourself two generations coming together for the common good of great music everywhere.
Beaucoup Blue, Part 2 - University Cafe, Stony Brook, NY - 11/11/12
This is part 2 of the show. Enjoy.
About Sunday Street at the University Cafe
The Sunday Street Acoustic Series
presents nationally-touring artists in the intimate setting of The
University Caf, a first-class listening room located on the Stony
Brook University campus.
Among the many artists who have appeared in the series during its four years are:
Fairport Convention, The Acoustic Strawbs, The Kennedys, Eric Andersen,
John Wesley Harding, Suzzy and Maggie Roche, Lynn Miles, Garnet Rogers,
Ellis Paul, Fred Eaglesmith, Tom Russell and Garland Jeffreys.
The series is produced and hosted by Charlie Backfish, whose Sunday Street Program on WUSB-FM (90.1fm and www.wusb.fm) on Sunday mornings from 9 AM until
11:30 AM is now in its thirtieth year and features on-air conversation
and performances by many of the artists who appear at the Cafe.
Photographs of past shows as well as a listing of performers who have
appeared in the series at The University Cafe may be viewed by clicking
on the "Gallery" tab on our web site and at the University Cafe website
(www.universitycafe.org). The website also highlights upcoming shows at
Live in the Lobby-The Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
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Corduroy Sky-Live in the Lobby 11/8/12
On Thursday November 8th the Corduroy Sky brought their rocking version of great Americana music to the Patchogue theater for the Performing Arts. The Corduroy Sky has been tearing up the local scene with their brand of high energy rock and roll and full throttle live shows that leave audiences in awe. Quickly becoming a force on Long Island, their twangy guitars, pounding rhythm section, and soulful vocals are all a part of the experience. The Corduroy Sky currently has a studio LP in the works that will be released in the upcoming year. Listen to the show here. Now entering its eighth season, LIVE IN THE LOBBY has cemented its reputation for supporting, nurturing and encouraging original music from Long Island. Live in the Lobby provides a "listening" setting for all ages, as opposed to the bars and restaurants where so many musicians usually perform and where "cover bands" are often preferred. This "venue within a venue" is an alternative to the 1200 seat Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts' main auditorium and a chance to see the best of today's Local Original Music up close and personal.
Butcher's Blind Live in the Lobby
Butcher's Blind Live in the Lobby-October 21st, 2010.
Butchers Blind was formed in 2009 by Pete Mancini (guitar, vocals) and Brian Reilly (bass.) In November '09 they released "One More Time," their first single. The lineup was completed by Paul Cianciaruso (drums) in 2010. The newly formed trio are planning to record their first full length record in the coming weeks.
Tired of Conversation
One More Time
My Worst Enemy
About Live in the Lobby
Called "A felicitous space for music listening" by the New York Times (6/17/07), Live in the Lobby is a series of concerts for small audiences held in the lobby of the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts (PTPA). The series, which began in the winter of 2005, has been called "one of Long Island's premier small venues for independent singers and songwriters" (L.I. Advance 8/23/07) because they feature original music from Long Island area artists and do not book "tribute" or "cover" bands. PTPA Board member Christopher Capobianco and his fellow volunteers convert the beautiful art deco lobby into a small concert hall with seating for 50 and standing room for another 50, creating an intimate setting with excellent acoustics. "Live in the Lobby" is a team effort of volunteers who believe in having a place for original music and give up a lot of time to make it happen. The performers appreciate it too, and although it's not a "big money" gig, the series is booked for months in advance because the word is out that this is one very special place to play. Advance tickets at the PTPA box office or by phone at 631.207.1313. Visit Liveinthelobby.com or myspace.com/liveinthelobbyatPTPA for the complete schedule and links to the performers.
"The Patchogue Theatre for the Performing
Arts supports the scene with its Live in the Lobby series the first
Thursday of the month" -Newsday,11/8/07.
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