Where to Listen to Live Music This April

What better way to enjoy the warm weather rolling back in than catching some live music on Long Island this spring? Our music picks this month feature a diverse mix of indie-blues, pop, Americana and hard rock with some great talent that’ll have you asking for an encore.

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6th–Christine Sweeney
The Mill Roadhouse, Westhampton Beach

Sweeney, a local talent worthy of your attention, deftly combines a myriad of emotions in the course of each performance. Be sure to catch her at this comfortable gastropub that serves up some tasty American cuisine.

14th–The Other Shoe
Still Partners, Sea Cliff

If you’re looking for a night out that features an inspired mix of folk, rock, country, reggae and blues, be sure to catch this combo. It’s fronted by Joseph Perricone, one of Long Island’s most notable songwriters.

23rd–Wake The Sun
89 North, Patchogue

This up-and-coming hard rock outfit takes an energetic approach to their music and in the course of their show you’ll hear echoes of classic rock as espoused by Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. Their modus operandi is “Play It Loud!”

29th–Miles To Dayton
The Boulton Center, Bay Shore

Miles To Dayton, one of the most popular bands on Long Island, combines elements of four-part vocal harmony and improvisational violin and cellos to produce a unique blend of classical and folk music. Also on the bill is the harmony laden Americana combo, Quarter Horse.

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.