From the troubadour to boogie-woogie, Long Island live music is non-stop in November! Here are our picks of where to listen to live music on Long Island this November.
1st Ben Folds & yMusic
The Paramount, Huntington
For a taste of something a little different, don’t miss this eclectic mix of pop and classical music from this quirky troubadour. Folds is currently touring in support of his latest album So There; a collaboration with the celebrated New York City-based chamber ensemble, yMusic.
8th Rock Out Hunger 6
Bolton Center, Bay Shore
Be sure to check out this wonderful charity event, which donates all of its proceeds to St. Mary’s food pantry. The lineup of performers includes Clyde McPhatter’s Drifters, Unwined and Lauren Michelle Jacoby.
16th Gail Storm Band
Eleanor’s Lounge, Bohemia
A combo of seasoned players delivers a rousing program of jump blues, boogie-woogie and classic jazz.
21st Claes Brondal’s Groove Gumbo Trio
Martha Clara Vineyards, Riverhead
Enjoy a concert of swinging Latin jazz on a fall afternoon.
25th Thanksgiving Eve with Blues to Black Street
Spend one of the biggest nights out of the year with this blues combo featuring the earthy vocals of June Eysel.
29th Brian Setzer Orchestra
NYCB Theatre at Westbury
The Long Island rockabilly legend brings his annual Christmas tour to this venue. The show will feature selections from Rudolph Rocks, Setzer’s first new Christmas album in 10 years.
Liner Notes: Gail Storm (piano/vocals, Gail Storm Band)
Long Island Pulse: How does your solo show differ from the ones with a full band?
Gail Storm: It tends to be a bit more on the spontaneous side. On the other hand, working with other musicians always generates different musical thoughts. It’s a journey that always leads to a wide variety of exciting sounds