Where to Listen to Live Music This November

This month’s music picks feature a mix of gypsy jazz, alt-folk, jam band psych funk, country with classical overtones and earthy Americana music.

11th–Lucky Tones
Oak Room Tavern, Sea Cliff

A string band trio livens up this local hot spot with an eclectic performance of gypsy jazz and popular standard tunes from the American Songbook.

18th–Katie Pearlman & Richard Lanahan
Prost Grill & Garten, Garden City

This charming duo, which channel chemistry similar to the magical pairing of Gram Parsons and Emmy Lou Harris, present an evening of alt-folk country music.

18th–Mind Open
Amityville Public Library

Dig some rare grooves from this jazz based jam band as they celebrate obscure groovy psych funk vibes in an unlikely setting.

19th–Miles to Dayton
Grey Horse Tavern, Bayport

Make a point of catching this local combo that plays a unique blend of folk, country and classical music laden with four part harmonies as they perform at one of the hippest music clubs on the Island.

23rd–Butchers Blind
Swing the Teapot, Floral Park

Butchers Blind, best known for their solid command of the Americana music genre, perform on Thanksgiving Eve. Expect an evening of earthy songs filled with stark lyrics from their latest album, My Place in America.

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.