5 Places to Listen to Live Music on Long Island This March

5th Leo Kottke
Landmark on Main Street, Port Washington
Enjoy an evening of fingerpicking guitar wizardry and whimsical anecdotes from this virtuoso musician and master storyteller.

18th The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn
Coe Hall at Planting Fields Arboretum, Oyster Bay
If you’re in the mood for something a little different, be sure to catch this tasty combo whose show consists of a witty mix of New Orleans jazz, Dixieland, classic blues and Western swing from the 1920s and 30s, enhanced by bawdy lyrics and catchy vocal harmonies.

19th Inda Eaton
Bay Street Theater, Sag Harbor
Eaton, an East Hampton based globetrotting singer-songwriter, performs a unique mix of rock, country and Americana music at this comfortable venue.

20th John Mayall
YMCA Bolton Center, Bay Shore
Mayall, known as “The Godfather of British Blues,” has been a mentor to such rock legends as Eric Clapton, Mick Fleetwood and Mick Taylor of the Rolling Stones. In addition to some of his classic material, expect some songs from his excellent new album, Find a Way to Care.

31st Kerry Kearney Band
Lighthouse Waterfront Cafe, Glen Cove
My Father’s Place Productions brings Long Island’s favorite blues guitarist and his tight band to this exciting new venue. A recent Facebook post indicated that Kearney is preparing to go into the studio to record his next project, so he may be road testing some material for his next album.

Johnny Pierre

Local legend Johnny Pierre is a singer/songwriter from Lindenhurst. He performs around Long island with the Americana Blues band the Biscuit Kings. Visit johnnypierre.com to check out his music.