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It’s All Happening at the Getty Center

OFF THE 405 is the Getty Center’s annual outdoor summer concert series, bringing some of today’s most exciting bands to the stage for a memorable experience amid stunning architecture and breathtaking sunset views.

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Peaking Lights Family Band with Onochie Chukwurah

Date: Saturday, June 23, 2018
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: Museum Courtyard
Admission: Free; no reservations required.
Peaking Lights is electronic dance music duo Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, whose five albums and many recordings combine elements of dub, reggae, Krautrock, disco, and psychedelic pop. For Off the 405 they are appearing as the expanded Peaking Lights Family Band with a group of 15 musicians and dancers based in Los Angeles, including drummer Onochie Chukwurah of Fela Kuti’s original band. A celebration of diverse of rhythms and sounds, their music is a combination of electronic and African rhythms and psychedelics, dubbed out through Peaking Lights’ “echodelic” filter.

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PIANO-GRAPHS: New Music for the Player Piano
Inspired by Paper Promises: Early American Photography

Date: Saturday, May 26, 2018
Time: 6:00–9:00 p.m.
Location: Museum Entrance Hall
Admission: Free; no reservations required.

Photography—the mechanical box that is the camera, and the intricate image it renders—bears unexpected and fascinating relationships to another technology that emerged in the mid-19th century: the player piano. While one object concerns vision and the other sound, they both surpassed the abilities of the human hand. Just as few artist’s brushes rival a photographic presentation of reality, even the most virtuosic fingers lag behind the automated capacity of a player piano.

This debut of new compositions by contemporary experimental musicians for the player piano complements Paper Promises: Early American Photography, an exhibition that traces a period marked by experimentation with photography on paper. PIANO-GRAPHS brings together a group of musicians both connected and disconnected to the piano. Functioning like an early computer, the player piano reads code via a pneumatic device: air passing through the holes on the paper sheet inflates a bellows that triggers a key strike. In this sense, its mechanized programming links it to proto-electronic music. Some of the commissioned musicians typically work with electronics, or translate their traditional instruments through them. Some are keyboard players, but others are composing on the instrument for the first time. Several of these musicians approached their compositions visually, generating sounds from specific shapes or symbols on the paper.

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Family Festival: Ancient Egypt and India

Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Time: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Admission: Free; no ticket required.

Family festivals offer a day of celebration and discovery inspired by exhibitions at the Getty Center. Each unique festival features performances by local dance and music groups, storytelling, art-making workshops, and gallery activities.
Join the Getty in celebrating the exhibits Beyond the Nile: Egypt and the Classical World and Rembrandt and the Inspiration of India through a series of workshops and performances. Be wowed by high energy Bollywood dancing, mystifying storytelling, and dazzling hands-on workshops. A flurry of delights from ancient Egypt and India will inspire you.

COURTYARD STAGE
*Locations may change depending on weather.

Arpana Dance Company
11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m. & 2:30–3:15 p.m.

Arpana Dance Company will perform regional folk dances and a selection of dances choreographed in the vocabulary of Bharata Natyam, a classical dance form of India. Featuring storytelling, pure dance with rhythmic and cross-rhythmic footwork, and traditional/contemporary costuming that showcases both classical and new adaptations of the dance form.

Blue13 Dance Company
1:00–1:45 p.m. & 4:00–5:00 p.m.

Blue13 will dazzle you with a beautiful and energetic contemporary Indian dance performance followed by Bollywood dance lessons. Join in!

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Allah-Las
Reverberation Radio
Saturday, May 19, 2018
California pop and garage rock revivalists Allah-Las formed in 2008, when the members were working at L.A.’s legendary record store Amoeba Music. Forging a sound steeped in sun-bleached nostalgia, they pull inspiration from the British Invasion, West Coast psychedelia, surf, and garage rock. They recorded their third full-length album, 2016’s acclaimed Calico Review, on vintage equipment at the revived Valentine Recording Studios, a storied spot used by the Beach Boys, Stan Kenton, and Frank Zappa. Recording early on with noted L.A. producer Nick Waterhouse, Allah-Las have risen to play major fests like Coachella and Desert Daze in recent years. Most recently, Allah-Las released Covers #1, which wields an “inherent lightheartedness, but the weight of a certain melancholy is palpable,” a VICE critic wrote, comparing it to the quintessential paradox of life in Los Angeles: “a place where the nightmare of rush hour coincides with the ethereal beauty of golden hour.”

Off the 405 x Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA
Helado Negro
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Celebrate Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA at a special extended Off the 405 event! This afternoon to evening program features artist interventions, a program of rare experimental short films, curator-led tours, and DJ sets, leading up to a 7:00 p.m. concert with the mesmerizing cosmic melodies of Ecuadorian-American electronic musician Helado Negro.

Also performed: DJ set and performance by Maria Chavez with an installation by Krysten Cunningham

Savoy Motel
Saturday, August 26, 2017
Savoy Motel is heavily steeped in a ’70s nostalgia with an intensely orchestrated hybrid of glam rock, soul, southern boogie, and showmanship. This revivalist Nashville quartet features the interplay of three lead vocalists combined with intense fuzz guitar and rhythms of clockwork precision in each song, resulting in a sizzling style of funky rock.

Also performed: DJ Baby Donut (Allison Wolfe/Bratmobile)

Steve Gunn
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Acclaimed New York-based singer-songwriter Steve Gunn brings guitar-forward rock to the courtyard stage with his signature blend of country blues, underground, and psych. His continually unfolding compositions have evolved through numerous notable friendships and collaborations with musicians like Kurt Vile, Meg Baird, Lee Ranaldo, and British legend Michael Chapman. Guitarist James Elkington performs a special opening set.

Also performed: James Elkington, Mary Lattimore

Reggie Watts
Saturday, July 8, 2017
Internationally renowned musician, beatboxer, and comedian Reggie Watts brings his formidable voice, looping pedals, and vast imagination to blend and blur the lines between music and comedy. Bandleader of the Late Late Show with James Corden, Watts has joined the likes of LCD Soundsystem, DEVO, Regina Spektor, and Jack White for music projects and tours, and performed stand-up specials on major networks. LA’s conceptual pop band YACHT joins for a DJ set.

Also performed: Yacht

La Luz
Saturday, June 24, 2017
Proving that depth and fun don’t need to be mutually exclusive, La Luz combines bright, snappy surf music, retro girl-group harmonies, and indie rock into one smart package. Led by frontwoman Shana Cleveland, La Luz’s fuzzy and lo-fi doo-wop might initially transport you to cheerful vision of a sun-drenched beach in a bygone era, but there is an undeniable undercurrent of deep intensity and knowing lurking in these evocative songs.

Also performed: Honey Power Club

White Fence
Saturday, June 10, 2017
The jangly, modish cool of The Kinks collide with flowery San Francisco bohemia in White Fence, the central project of the multi-faceted musician Tim Presley, who updates his ’60s influenced brand of psychedelic rock with a punk and garage edge.

Also performed: Jessica Pratt and Matt McDermott

Nite Jewel
Saturday, May 20, 2017
The 2017 season kicks off with Los Angeles electronic pop artist Nite Jewel, who brings her mesmerizing, gauzy dancefloor hits to the outdoor courtyard stage. Celebrating the release of her new album Real High, Nite Jewel channels her unique, delicate voice for expansive, moody love songs that cycle through a nostalgia for the ’80s and ’90s, encompassing everything from disco, R&B, shoegaze, and lo-fi art rock.

Also performed: DJ Cole M.G.N.

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Burning Man 2018

Sunday, August 26 to Monday, September 3
Black Rock City

Once a year, tens of thousands of people gather in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to create Black Rock City, a temporary metropolis dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. In this crucible of creativity, all are welcome.

Burning Man Project’s mission is to produce the annual event known as Burning Man and to guide, nurture and protect the more permanent community created by its culture. Our intention is to generate society that connects each individual to his or her creative powers, to participation in community, to the larger realm of civic life, and to the even greater world of nature that exists beyond society.

We believe that the experience of Burning Man can produce positive spiritual change in the world. To this end, it is equally important that we communicate with one another, with the citizens of Black Rock City and with the community of Burning Man wherever it may arise. Burning Man is radically inclusive, and its meaning is potentially accessible to anyone.

The touchstone of value in our culture will always be immediacy: experience before theory, moral relationships before politics, survival before services, roles before jobs, embodied support before sponsorship. Finally, in order to accomplish these ends, Burning Man must endure as a self-supporting enterprise that is capable of sustaining the lives of those who dedicate themselves to its work. From this devotion spring those duties that we owe to one another.

We will always burn the Man.

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Yellow Pants Prom

Saturday, April 7 at 6:00 PM
Ron Decar’s Event Center, 1201 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Help Shine The Spotlight on Kindness at the Yellow Pants Prom

Put on your yellow pants, dress, hat, shoes or shirt, and join us at the Yellow Pants Prom! Tickets include Buffet Dinner and Live Performance by EAU INFERNO The Band & Dancing. Best Dressed Couple in Yellow will be Crowned as Royalty! Supporting anti-bullying education through the arts in Southern Nevada. Proceeds benefit the Yellow Pants Project – a Nevada 501 (c)(3) organization. Why Yellow Pants? Check out our story at yellowpantsproject.org.

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GLOBAL MASHUPS 2018

Friday, April 20 from 7:00 PM to June 15, 2018
Flushing Town Hall 137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 11354

FRI | APR 20 | 7 PM (DANCE LESSONS) & 8 PM (CONCERT)

Global Mashup #1: Latin Boogaloo Meets Afrobeat
With Spanglish Fly, NYC’s only band dedicated to reviving and renewing Latin Boogaloo’s soul and R&B mix, and Chop and Quench, comprised of members of the cast and band of FELA! The Musical.

FRI | MAY 4 | 7 PM (DANCE LESSONS) & 8 PM (CONCERT)
Global Mashup #2: Egypt meets Haiti
With Zikrayat, playing a wide repertory of Egyptian music ranging from exciting bellydance numbers to virtuosic improvisations, and the Agoci Band combining hip-hop, roots, and calypso flavors with Haitian compas.

FRI | MAY 18 | 7 PM (DANCE LESSONS) & 8 PM (CONCERT)
Global Mashup #3: Mexico meets Guinea
Featuring Banda de los Muertos, playing the boisterous Mexican brass/contemporary music known as “banda”, and Mandingo Ambassadors led by guitarist Mamady “Djelike” Kouyaté, a veteran of the golden age of Guinean dance bands.

FRI | JUNE 1 | 7 PM (DANCE LESSONS) & 8 PM (CONCERT)
Global Mashup #4: Balkans meets El Barrio
Raya Brass Band thrills audience with intense, soul shaking Balkan wedding music, and Spanglish Fly returns with irresistible grooves that play 60’s soul inspired by Latin boogaloo.

FRI | JUNE 15 | 7 PM (DANCE LESSONS) & 8 PM (CONCERT)
Global Mashup #5: Texas meets Peru
Featuring Brian Clayton and The Green River Band, comprised of six of the finest country musicians, and Corina Bartra Afro Peruvian Band playing infectious Afro-Peruvian music.

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Town Stages and Yael Silver present Home Enough To Me: The Songs of Rachel Dean and David Brush A Benefit for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Monday, March 26 from 7:00 PM to February 26, 2018
Town Stages

Town Stages and Yael Silver
present
Home Enough To Me:
The Songs of Rachel Dean and David Brush
A Benefit for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Monday, March 26, 2018
at Town Stages, 221 West Broadway, NYC

Town Stages and Yael Silver present Home Enough To Me: The Songs of Rachel Dean and David Brush, a benefit for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, on Monday, March 26, 2018 at 7pm at Town Stages, 221 West Broadway, NYC, featuring: Tony award-winning Cady Huffman (The Producers),Jessica Vosk (Wicked), Max Crumm (Grease), Jamison Scott(Memphis), Nick Adams (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, A Chorus Line), Lauren Elder (Sideshow),George Psomas (Fiddler on the Roof, South Pacific), Law Terrell Dunford (Waitress), Tally Sessions (War Paint, Falsettos), Kristin Stokes (The Lightning Thief)  Rebecca Spigelman, Noah Hinsdale (Fun Home). Tickets are $65 ($100 for VIP admission) and are available at https://homeenoughtome.splashthat.com/.

“As artists we must use our voices to help those who feel like they might not have one,” said producer Yael Silver. “The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has answered over 10 million calls from those seeking support in dark times. Art can be a beacon of light in the darkness, and it is my absolute honor to support such a needed service. Rachel and David’s music brings attention to the realities of those struggling with mental illness while creating a safe artistic medium to present this pertinent subject matter.”

Home Enough to Me is a new concert showcasing the work of musical theatre writing team Rachel Dean and David Brush. The concert event will feature songs from The Anxiety Project–a new musical featuring the true stories of those suffering from and living with anxiety, depression and a host of other mental illnesses–as well as some new Dean-Brush work. The evening gathers a collection of some of Broadway’s finest performers in a one night only event to benefit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Featuring both fan favorites and never-before-heard songs from work in development, this unique event is not to be missed!

Music by Rachel Dean; Lyrics by David Brush
Directed by Robert W Schneider; Music Direction by Kevin David Thomas
Produced by Yael Silver

“The music, book and lyrics [Dean & Brush] create are superb
and everything I think this artform can accomplish.”
– Kevin David Thomas

ABOUT THE CREATIVE TEAM
Robert W Schneider received an MFA in Directing for the Musical Theatre from Penn State University, under the mentorship of SDC President Susan H Schulman. For seven years, Robert was the Associate Artistic Director of the Penn State Nu Musicals Festival, which celebrated and championed new works for the American musical stage. In that capacity, Robert produced and directed numerous works by such new voices as Adam Gwon, Kerrigan & Lowdermilk, Selda Sahin, and Kooman & Dimond. Most recently, Robert was nominated for an Ovation Award for directing the regional premiere of Memphis. Regional credits include: Good People (w/Johanna Day), All My Sons (w/Richard Bekins), A Man of No Importance (w/Caroline Bowman), The Last Five Years (w/AJ Holmes) and the regional premieres of Harper Regan, Leading Ladies and From Up Here. In New York, Robert has directed countless showcases and concerts, the most recent being an all-star concert of I Do, I Do, which featured Tony Award winner Beth Leavel, Robert Cuccioli, Patrick Page, and many other Broadway veterans. Robert was quite proud that this was the first time in the show’s fifty-year history that a same-sex couple was part of the storytelling. As an assistant director, Robert has had the great pleasure of assisting Ms. Schulman on Bookends at the York Theatre, Lonny Price on his Live! From Lincoln Center productions of Sweeney Todd (w/ Emma Thompson and Audra McDonald) and Sinatra: Voice For A Century (w/Sting and Seth McFarlane), as well interning for Judith Ivey on her production of Vanities at Second Stage. Robert currently serves as an Original Programming Producer for Feinstein’s/54 Below, as well as holding academic positions at both Penn State University and the New York Film Academy. He lives in West Harlem with his husband, Daniel Gutierrez, a photographer.

Kevin David Thomas has worked as a music director, copyist, accompanist, and music assistant for various companies and institutions across the world.  He most recently served as music director for the world premiere of My 80-year-old Boyfriend at Merrimack Repertory Theatre, as well as music supervisor on the world premiere of Marvelous Wonderettes Dream On (cast recording) at STAGES Repertory Theatre. He served as music assistant to music supervisor/director Kevin Stites on various original Broadway scale productions: Pamela’s First Musical (Book: Wendy Wasserstein, Music: Cy Coleman, Lyrics: David Zippel) at Town Hall, A Tale of Two Cities (Book, Music, and Lyrics: Jill Santoriello) on Broadway, Little House on the Prairie(Book: Rachel Sheinkin, Music: Rachel Portman, Lyrics: Donna DiNovelli) on the National Tour (assistant music supervisor).  Additionally, he has served as composer Ricky Ian Gordon’s personal copyist and score proofreader on various original operas and song cycles.  As a music director and arranger, Kevin has travelled the country for years with the corporate comedy troupe The Watercoolers. He spent three months in Moscow, Russia, music directing Once on this Island as part of a special arts outreach program through the US Embassy.  Kevin has also led productions at various regional theaters and universities across the United States.  As a pianist, Kevin has played at a range of cabaret venues in New York City (Below 54, Laurie Beechman Theatre, Carnegie Hall), and accompanied various singers (Donna Murphy, Carolee Carmello, Donna McKechnie, Judy Kuhn).  He has a Bachelor of Music in musical theatre from Baldwin Wallace University, Conservatory of Music.

Rachel Dean is a composer, pianist, and music director originally from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Now New York City-based, she serves as a rehearsal pianist for Hamilton and has worked alongside former members of the In The HeightsBroadway cast and creative team, teaching and playing at theatre intensive workshops run by Salgado Productions and R.Evolucion Latina. Recent premieres of her musicals include The Ballad of Janis Matthews and the Dodo Scouts (AREA Stage Co., October 2015) and the one-act Masque (University of Miami, February 2015), both with book by Giancarlo Rodaz. Musicals currently in development include The Anxiety Project (book and lyrics by David Brush) and Present Perfect (book and lyrics by Nancy Cheser).

David Brush has served as dramaturg, writer, director, producer, and various other roles in the theatre over the course of his career. David’s writing work has been honored by Chicago Theatre Building and a two-time American Harmony Prize Finalist. David’s work has been performed all over the country and will play Phoenix, NYC, Akron and other cities in 2018 alone. In addition, David has directed the Midwest regional premieres and/or labs of over 40 productions as well as lead producer for the NYC run of Hot Mess in Manhattan. David is the librettist/lyricist for Summer of My German Soldier and The Big Picture (w/ Jim Farley), and is currently developing The Anxiety Project (New York Film Academy, 2017)and Amelia (Premiere reading, 2018) (w/ Rachel Dean). David served as producing artistic director for Encore Theater Company – championing new musicals and new writers as well as heralding the development of three shows to their NYC debuts. David holds his Bachelor’s degree from Wright State University and Masters in Theatre from Regent University. David is on faculty with Regent University and Sinclair College. www.deanandbrush.com

Yael Silver is a producer and activist based in NYC. She is a Co-Producer on Once On This Island (Broadway), currently in performances at Circle In The Square Theatre. Yael has produced concerts for Kate Rockwell, Bobby Cronin, The Lightning Thief- The Percy Jackson Musical, Queer Composers For Orlando and the Art Attack Foundation featuring Jessie Mueller and Chita Rivera. She is a human rights and climate activist, volunteering for organizations such as Amnesty International, ACLU and The Climate Reality Project. Yael currently serves as Associate Producer at the Grammy and Tony-winning record label Broadway Records, Head of Artist Development at Yellow Sound Label and is on the Board of Directors at Sokoloff Arts.

Town Stages (Robin Sokoloff, Executive Director) is located in the heart of Tribeca. TOWN is New York’s premier venue to celebrate, collaborate and put on a show.A new female-driven cultural arts institution and venue space, Town Stages is a state-of-the-art, flexible performance and event space that can support the entire lifecycle of New York’s hallmark industries. With a stunning 9,000 square foot storefront facility, TOWN provides world-class cultural experiences and opportunities for all:  from civic to corporate, tech to theater.With a Mainstage, a Cabaret Lounge, and a multi-use event space with a capacity of 225, Town Stages offers much-needed space and production resources for businesses, arts organizations, and families. TOWN boasts ticketed performances and curated community programing, from performance art to dance to theatre, and is also available for fashion shows, film shoots, weddings, and beyond.  For more information, visit www.townstages.com.

Sokoloff Arts (501c3) is an emerging cultural institution providing inspired space, prospective, and opportunity for cutting edge events in all sectors of The Arts, Corporate, Civic, and Cultural life in New York City. Led by a team of women from diverse backgrounds and artistic expressions, Sokoloff Arts works to provide viable and safe space to congregate, strives to promote cross-cultural community engagement, and blends the arts and business to create sustainable solutions to social and financial inequalities. The organization assists young creators with not only space, but resource generation, production, and community. To address the overwhelming demand for hi-tech, flexible, and affordable performance and event space in New York City, Sokoloff Arts is building Town Stages. To learn more, visit sokoloffarts.org.

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Eric Alexander Quartet

Friday, February 23 from 8:00 PM to February 23, 2018
137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 11354

Several jazz critics have claimed that listening to tenor saxman Eric Alexander unfettered and at length, is one of the greatest treats in jazz. This imposing improviser performs with his mentor, the veteran pianist Harold Mabern and is joined by John Webber on bass, and Joe Farnworth on drums.
“…a tenor saxophonist who can play at all tempos, in all registers, and never without swinging mightily.” – HOT HOUSE

DATE: FRI | FEB 23 | 8 PM | JAZZ

Tickets: $16/$10 Members & Students (Teens 13-19 free with ID)

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The Brubeck Brothers Quartet

Friday, December 8 at 8:00 PM
Flushing Town Hall

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet features two members of one of America’s most accomplished musical families, Dan Brubeck on drums and Chris Brubeck on bass and trombone. Guitarist Mike DeMicco and pianist Chuck Lamb complete this dynamic quartet. Although their music style is rooted in “straight-ahead” jazz, their concerts reveal an inherent ability to explore and play odd time signatures while naturally integrating the influences of funk, blues, and world music.

For more information visit http://www.flushingtownhall.org/event/4289c51539cae321af89f8e887c83164

Not So Silent Night

Sunday, December 3 at 8:00 PM
The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 4455 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas

Tickets start at $35.80 (plus applicable service fees) and are available at www.axs.com. Tickets are also available by calling the Hard Rock Hotel box office at 888.9.AXS.TIX. A portion of the proceeds from each ticket sale will be donated to the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund including Fence Builders for building them quality fences for security.

Join us Dec. 3 at The Joint at the Hard Rock for one of the greatest Not So Silent Nights EVER!

For more information visit http://mix941fm.radio.com/not-so-silent-night/

Fairy Tale: World Music from Korea

Friday, December 1 at 8:00 PM
137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 11354

Featuring Korean traditional instruments such as daegeum (Korean bamboo flute), haegeum (Korean fiddle), and geomungo (Korean folk zither), with jeongga (Korean traditional vocals), piano, and percussion, Fairy Tale creates their music inspired by Korean traditional poems and songs. Fairly Tale delivers folk stories, healing messages, and sentimental feelings of Korean poems and jeongga. People who love listening to this music normally read this carrie underwood news.

For more information visit http://www.flushingtownhall.org/event/75357ba3da009afdb3bc6fa196941805

Blues & Brews by the Bay

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Saturday, September 17 from 1pm
The Masury Estate, 67 Old Neck Road South

Join us for the Fifth Annual Brews and Brews by the Bay event at the Masury Estate.   This event has grown over the past four years.  Bring a lawn chair and relax by the water listening to great music.  This year we have Shari Yeomans Blue Moon Rising Band, B Side Band, Bobby Nathan Band, and our headliner the Johnny Mac Band.  As always you can enjoy both craft and domestic brews with your friends.  This year we will be having beers from Crooked Ladder Brewing Company, Long Ireland Brewing Company, and Blue Point Brewing Company.  We will also have Bud Light on tap.

More info at bluesandbrewsbythebay.com/

Taste of Shelter Island

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Friday, July 29 from 6pm
Perlman Music Program, 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights

Toby and Itzhak Perlman invite you to celebrate

The Perlman Music Program
Annual Summer Benefit

at our waterfront home

73 Shore Road
Shelter Island Heights, NY

Friday, July 29, 2016

6 PM
Reception by the Beach
enjoy local wines, signature cocktails, and savory starters

7 PM
Celebration Concert
hear the future stars of classical music, conducted by Maestros Itzhak Perlman and Patrick Romano

8 PM
Tasting Dinner and Silent Auction
experience culinary highlights from Shelter Island’s finest restaurants

For more info visit https://perlmanmusicprogram.org/series/annual-summer-benefit

 

Doors Tribute at Mercury

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Wenesday, July 20 at 9 pm
The Mercury Lounce, 217 East Houston St, New York

We are honored to have Ty Dennis, the Drummer who has been playing with The Doors for the last decade who has been touring with the late Ray Manzarek & Bobby Krieger join us again.

Matt Katz-Boen, on guitar who plays with Blondie, Leo Kremer, on bass from Third Eye Blind, Chad Dinzes, keys of Madison Square Garden and Bradford Rand on vocals.

So start listening to your old Doors CDs, tapes & albums and get ready to “Break on Through” to the other side!

People Are Strange: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fS4HYtf0Fmg&feature=related
The End: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZT8cnkhAhzQ
Light my Fire / LA Woman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QGGtUPe2L8

Just $10 at the entrance or save time by clicking:
http://www.mercuryloungenyc.com/event/1231129