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Saturday, March 11    9 pm – 12 am
Hewlett Bagel Boss

1352 Peninsula Boulevard        NO COVER CHARGE
Hewlett, NY 11557

Alternative performance spac es are sprouting up in some unlikely places. The owner of Hewlett Bagel Boss (the master of all the Bagel Boss locations, actually) happens to be a huge supporter of live music and has opened his doors to intrepid performers. I never considered myself especially intrepid... until now, I guess.

My show is part of the new Hewlett Bagel Boss Music Festival, featuring live music every Saturday evening. Notably, I’ll be the first in the series (and as of this writing, the only performer in the series) to be playing mostly my own material.

For this show, I plan to play some of my favorite tunes by other artists, too. Some you love, some that you forgot how much you love, and a few that you maybe never heard before.

And there’s plenty to nosh on and always fresh bagels. They bake ’em 24/7 down there.

For booking, contact me at
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Saturday, April 1    7 pm – 9 pm
Michael Braceland Art Gallery

25 Patchogue - Yaphank Road    Suggested Donation $10
E. Patchogue, NY 11772

This will be a very intimate show with a house concert vibe. You’ll be seated up close. The room holds about 14 so advance reservations are strongly recommended. This will be my fourth appearance at Michael’s gallery, which he has turned into a unique performance space with good acoustics. So good, I even played one of my shows last year completely acoustically. Slight exaggeration here; the electroinic piano I brought had adequate built-in speakers.

These are special concerts where I bring out the new, and reach deep into the archives.

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