Sunday Street Concerts at LIM in The Gillespie Room
We are pleased to announce that our concerts will now take place in the beautiful Gillespie Room at the Long Island Museum, Route 25A in Stony Brook Village. We’ll be able to accommodate one hundred people and will have wine, beer and cider available at the shows.
A Blues co-bill with:
Toby Walker and Beaucoup Blue
Sunday, October 23rd at 5 P.M.
Toby Walker has been hailed as a roots music fingerstyle guitar virtuoso who is well-known not only in the US but also in Europe. Walker blends blues, ragtime, country, bluegrass, rock and old time jazz into his own unique style. Jorma Kaukonen, of Hot Tuna, and earlier The Jefferson Airplane, says of Toby: “Flat out…you have to hear this great musician…I’m blown away” and has brought Toby to teach at his Fur Peace Ranch Guitar Camp.
Beaucoup Blue is the father and son Philadelphia-based duo of David and Adrian Mowry. Although blues if a staple of their repertoire, they are cite musical influences from folk, soul, r&b, jazz, country and bluegrass. A handsome range of instruments, including six and twelve string guitars, slide guitar, and dobro and their two soulful voices blend together like only family members can.
Advance sale tickets $22 through Friday, October 21st, with tickets at the door, if available, for $27 (cash only at the door).
Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche
Sunday, November 13 3 P.M.
A mother/daughter afternoon of songs, great harmonies and stories. Suzzy Roche came to our attention as part of The Roches (with her sisters Terre and Maggie) and Lucy Wainwright Roche is her daughter (whose father is Loudon Wainwright III). The Roches released eleven albums over the years since their recording debut in 1979. Suzzy has two solo albums to her credit as well as two albums with her sister Maggie. Lucy has several albums and EPs to her credit in a recording career that began in 2010. Both play guitar and Suzzy plays piano as well. Suzzy and Lucy’s most recent release, Mud & Apples, appeared in 2016 and includes several originals as well as great versions of songs by Paul Simon, Patty Griffin, Joni Mitchell and others.
Advance sale is $22 through Friday, November 11th at www.sundaystreet.org with tickets at the door for $27 (cash only)
Sunday, December 18th, 3 P.M.
Ellis returns for what will be his 11th annual show for us but his first in our new venue at The Long Island Museum. He’ll help celebrate the holiday season with some new songs, as well as favorites from his recent album, Chasing Beauty, his 2012 holiday album, City of Silver Dreams, and audience requests from his extensive catalogue. Ellis will be making full use of the Steinway concert piano he will have at his disposal. There are always surprises at an Ellis Paul show and you can expect a cover or two of songs from other writers.
From his emergence on the Boston music scene in 1990, Ellis has won a devout following for his well-crafted songs and his passionate, high energy stage presentation and his distinctive voice. As Kristian Bush, of the duo Sugerland has said, “Ellis has a voice that is so powerful you know who it is the second he comes through your radio.”
Advance sale at $25 at sundaystreet.org through Friday, December 16th. Tickets at the door are $30 (cash only)