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Folk Music Society of Huntington

Folk Music Society of Huntington You might be a folkie and not even know it! The FMSH is dedicated to the cultivation and development of traditional and modern folk musicians and their audiences.

It presents 2 monthly concerts, a monthly folk jam, and a summer festival. Today's folk music includes singer-songwriters, sea chanteys, Celtic, world beat, blues, bluegrass, newgrass, "Jewgrass," roots rock, old-timey, alt-country, Americana, and almost anything acoustic --it ain't just Kumbaya anymore!

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Next event: June 20: Hard Luck Café Concert at Cinema Arts Centre Featuring Two Touring Folk-Americana Singer-Songwriter...
06/03/2019
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June 20: Hard Luck Café Concert at Cinema Arts Centre Featuring Two Touring Folk-Americana Singer-Songwriters -- Kyle Hancharick and Monica Rizzio

Kyle Hancharick and Monica Rizzio, two touring singer-songwriters, whose music veers towards the Americana/country edge of folk, share a bill during the monthly Hard Luck Café series at the Cinema Arts Centre (423 Park Avenue, Huntington, NY) on Thurs., June 20. The 8:30 p.m. concert in the cinema’s Sky Room will be preceded by an open mic at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 ($10 for Cinema Arts Centre and Folk Music Society of Huntington members) and will be available at the door.

A pair of tickets to the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (August 2-4) (Value $350) will be raffled off!

For Kyle Hancharick of Warwick, New York, it’s always been about the music. His passionate performances are punctuated by a crisp acoustic guitar and soaring tenor vocals , as revealed in his 2018 EP entitled Breathe. The four-song project consists solely of acoustic guitar, bass and vocals – and that’s all that’s needed for an artist whose roots are planted in contemporary folk music. Hancharick takes the world, processes it and turns it into song with his own special touch. He has a unique take on things and a view of the world others may not necessarily notice as he continues to grow as an artist – sharing his story and messages of love and peace. (kylehancharick.com).

Monica Rizzio grew up in the East Texas plains and moved to Cape Cod in 2004. The locals call someone who moves to but was not born on the Cape a Washashore – and the former Tripping Lily front woman’s acclaimed 2016 debut solo release was appropriately called Washashore Cowgirl. Rizzio blends Americana, bluegrass, country and folk song stylings into what she likes to call AmeriCountryGrass, Although she is the founder and co-owner of a roots-based music school on the Cape and also launched a nonprofit music production company (Vinegrass) that raises money for scholarships, instruments, and grants through concerts and an annual roots-music festival, Rizzio feels most at home when she is on stage sharing her songs. Says Tom Rush, an iconic folk artist with whom she’s previously performed: “I made the tactical error of inviting Monica Rizzio to share the stage with me at Symphony Hall and she went and stole the audience right out from under me.” (monicarizzio.com)

For more information, see www.fmsh.org and www.cinemaartscentre.org

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III will headline the 14th annual Huntington Folk Festival that is presented in partnership with the Huntington Arts Council on Saturday, July 27, from 11 a.m. until late in the evening, at Huntington’s Hecksher Park.

12/05/2018

Next Concert: Thurs., Dec. 20
Hard Luck Cafe, featuring Kate Callahan and Belle of the Fall.

Connecticut-based artists Belle of the Fall and Kate Callahan share the bill during the monthly Hard Luck Café series at the Cinema Arts Centre (423 Park Avenue, Huntington) on Thursday, Dec. 20. Both acts showcased their talents during this summer’s Huntington Folk Festival. The 8:30 p.m. concert in the cinema’s Sky Room will be preceded by an open mic at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 ($10 for Cinema Arts Centre and Folk Music Society of Huntington members) and will be available at the door.

Belle of the Fall is Tracy Walton and Julia Autumn Ford – an indie folk-rock pop alternative Americana duo. The two met when Walton produced Ford’s solo debut album in 2014 at his studio and spent the better part of the next year touring together as solo artists. They began to play on each other’s sets and sang harmonies together before becoming a duo in 2015. Walton’s weathered voice and upright bass complement Ford’s angelic vocals. Belle of the Fall has released two albums – Earthbound and Rise Up – both recorded at Walton’s On Deck Sound Studio, where Ford also now works -- so when they are not touring or working on their own projects, they are working with other artists. (belleofthefall.com)

Kate Callahan was Connecticut’s official State Troubadour from 2016-2018, which afforded her the opportunity to travel and perform music throughout the state. She is among the most awarded singer-songwriters in her home state – having been named the Hartford Courant’s Woman of Character and Best Singer-Songwriter in the 2017 CT Now readers poll, among other honors. Her live performances feature soulful, optimistic and uplifting original music – including songs about the earth, gratitude, marriage, love, and spirit -- plus select songs by Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. Callahan, who loves to use her voice to tell stories and weave anecdotes about the healing power of music throughout her concerts, also has a vocal empowerment coaching business. She recently released Triumph. (kate-callahan.com)

An open mic precedes the 8:30 feature performances; sign up begins at 7 p.m.

Tickets $10 for FMSH and CAC members; $15 general public

Join us in the Sky Room at Huntington's Cinema Arts Centre next Thursday, Oct. 18, for what promises to be an enjoyable ...
10/12/2018
The Kennedys in Concert at Huntington’s Cinema Arts Centre October 18, 2018 | The Huntingtonian

Join us in the Sky Room at Huntington's Cinema Arts Centre next Thursday, Oct. 18, for what promises to be an enjoyable evening of folk, folk-rock and Americana music featuring The Kennedys. An open mic at 7:30 p.m. precedes the 8:30 p.m. concert.

http://thehuntingtonian.com/2018/10/09/the-kennedys-in-concert-at-huntingtons-cinema-arts-centre-october-18-2018/

Popular folk-rock and Americana duo The Kennedys are the featured act during the monthly Hard Luck Café series at the Cinema Arts Centre (423 Park Avenue, Huntington) on Thursday, Oct. 18. The 8:30 p.m. concert in the Cinema’s Sky Room will be preceded by an open mic at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will b...

Next Sunday, the Huntington Folk Festival! (Huntington Folk/Americana weekend begins Friday night, with a concert by Gat...
07/21/2018

Next Sunday, the Huntington Folk Festival!
(Huntington Folk/Americana weekend begins Friday night, with a concert by Gathering Time & Kirsten Maxwell, Saturday night with the Jeremy Kittel Trio, and song circles and showcases during the day!)

06/21/2018
Folk Music Society of Huntington

Next Concert: Thurs., June 21
Last Hard Luck Cafe of the Season
at the Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington.

Featured acts will be singer-songwriter Cassandra House, and the sextet Quarter Horse, both from eastern Long Island.

Open mic at 7:30 (sign up at 7), featured acts start at 8:30.
Tickets $10 for FMSH and CAC members, $15 for general public.

You might be a folkie and not even know it! The FMSH is dedicated to the cultivation and development of traditional and modern folk musicians and their audiences. It presents 2 monthly concerts, a monthly folk jam, and a summer festival.

Next Concert:  James MaddockSaturday, June 2, 7:30 p.m.First Saturday Concerts at the Congregational Church 30 Washingto...
05/22/2018
Folk Music Society of Huntington - 46 Years Presenting the Best Local, Regional and International Touring Performers - Official Home Page

Next Concert: James Maddock
Saturday, June 2, 7:30 p.m.
First Saturday Concerts at the Congregational Church
30 Washington Dr., Centerport

Since 1999, James Maddock’s boldly vulnerable songwriting, honeyed rasp, and distinct folk and Americana aesthetic have garnered acclaim from icons, peers, and taste-making media outlets like NPR, American Songwriter Magazine, Relix Magazine, and CMT Edge.

“James Maddock possesses the kind of lived-in, craggy voice that would sound authoritative if he were singing the sports pages,” notes Relix. “Fortunately, he doesn’t need to do that because his compositional skills are a match for his delivery.” His consistency as a recording artist and a captivating live performer has attracted a devoted fan-base.

A gifted songwriter, raspy voiced crooner and guitarist, Maddock first gained attention with the band Wood, whose debut recording, Songs from Stamford Hill, was featured prominently on the TV show Dawson’s Creek. After fronting the band, he moved from England to New York City 15 years ago. His 2009 release Sunrise on Avenue C won a New York Music Award for Best Americana Album, while its follow-up, Wake Up And Dream, ranked among the top albums of 2011 in WFUV’s Listener Poll.

Maddock has earned the respect of masterful songwriters Bruce Springsteen and Willie Nile, with whom he’s also performed. He has been a guest on major national TV shows, an artist in residence at Rockwood Music Hall (the Manhattan club at which he also recorded a live album) and had a coveted official showcase at this year’s Folk Alliance International Conference.

Just as he is elegantly spare in conveying his songs and sentiments in the most direct possible way on some of his albums, so too will Maddock do that as he graces our stage for a second time after previously wowing a large FMSH audience in 2013.

Tickets $25 members, $30 nonmembers, available at www.fmsh.org.
7:30 open mic (sign up at 7), 8:30 feature performance

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04/23/2018

Next Concert: Lucy Kaplansky
Sat., May 5. 7:30 Open Mic 8:30 Show
at the Congregational Church of Huntington
30 Washington Dr., Centerport

Hailed as “the songwriter laureate of modern city folk” (The Boston Globe), Lucy Kaplansky is a New York City-based contemporary folk singer-songwriter whose recordings have frequently topped the folk and Americana radio charts.

A Chicago native, Lucy began singing in bars while still a teenager – even traveling to Norway to perform as a country singer. After high school, she headed to NYC– where she immersed herself in the then-flourishing Greenwich Village folk scene of the 1980s before opting to pursue a doctorate in psychology and start a private practice. Shawn Colvin, her frequent duo partner during the 1980s, and on whose Grammy Award-winning album Steady On she harmonized, lured Lucy back into music and produced her debut album, The Tide (1994). Two of Lucy’s subsequent recordings – Ten Year Night and Every Single Day – were cited as Best Pop Album of the Year by the Association for Independent Music.

In 1998, Lucy teamed up with Richard Shindell and Dar Williams to form the folk supergroup Cry Cry Cry. The trio embarked on a national tour of sold-out concerts in support of its critically acclaimed and commercially successful self-titled album and recently regrouped for a series of concert and festival gigs. She and Shindell also reunited a few years ago to record and perform as The Pine Hill Project. Lucy also has toured and recorded an album as part of Red Horse with her Red House Records labelmates Eliza Gilkyson and John Gorka.

An in-demand harmony singer, Lucy may be heard on albums by such artists as Bryan Ferry, Nanci Griffith and Suzanne Vega, while her luminous voice has been featured in films and on television. She also sings on tribute albums to Greg Brown and Bob Dylan.

Lucy Kaplansky has previously wowed FMSH audiences. Join us as we welcome her back to help celebrate our 50th anniversary.

Tickets $20 members, $25 general public

Next Event: Open Folk Jam at South Huntington Library, Sun, March 11th, 2018, 1-4 pmThe Folk Music Society of Huntington...
03/07/2018
Emily Barnes

Next Event: Open Folk Jam at South Huntington Library, Sun, March 11th, 2018, 1-4 pm

The Folk Music Society of Huntington’s monthly Folk Jam/Song Circle/Sing-Along affords musicians and singers of all experience levels an opportunity to play, sing and hone their performance skills. Primarily amateur musicians and those who love to sing, although visitors who just want to listen are also welcome.
145 Pidgeon Hill Rd., S. Huntington

Next Concert:
Emily Barnes + Emily Mure
Thu, March 15th, 2018, 7:30pm
Hard Luck Cafe
at Cinema Arts Centre - Sky Room
Singer-songwriters Emily Barnes and Emily Mure share the bill during the monthly Hard Luck Café series at the Cinema Arts Centre (423 Park Avenue, Huntington) on Thursday, March 15. The 8:30 p.m. concert in the Cinema’s Sky Room will be preceded by an open mic at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $15 ($10 for Cinema Arts Centre and Folk Music Society of Huntington members) and will be available at the door.

Barnes, who lives in Colorado, and Mure, of New York City, both performed during the 2017 Huntington Folk Festival last summer at Heckscher Park and also had coveted juried semi-formal showcases during last November’s Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA) Conference in Stamford, CT. Barnes also was a finalist in the prestigious Kerrville New Folk Competition for Emerging Songwriters last year, while Mure was part of the 2017 Falcon ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artists Showcase and also opened concerts for and sang harmonies with singer-songwriter Joe Crookston last year. More information on the artists may be found on their respective websites: www.emilybarnesmusic.com and www.emilymure.com.

Home page of Emily Barnes, a songwriter artist from Johnsonburg

Next Concert: Sat., March 3, First Saturdays: Tom Paxton and The Don JuansGrammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner and f...
02/21/2018
Tom Paxton and The Don Juans

Next Concert: Sat., March 3,
First Saturdays: Tom Paxton and The Don Juans

Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner and folk icon, Tom Paxton, has celebrated 80, and now he teams up with the Grammy winning singer/songwriter duo The Don Juans – Don Henry & Jon Vezner.

Collectively, their songs have been covered by: Harry Belafonte, John Mellencamp, Miranda Lambert, Neil Diamond, Ray Charles, Nancy Griffith, Joan Baez, Judy Collins, Pete Seeger, Janis Ian, Kathy Mattea, John Denver, Faith Hill, B.J. Thomas, Blake Shelton, Peter, Paul & Mary and Bob Dylan … just to name a few! Within days of writing and playing together, they knew they were onto something. Now they’re taking it on the road! … to FMSH !

Tom Paxton’s career has taken him from his days as a drama student at the University of Oklahoma to thousands of concerts in venues ranging from coffee houses in Greenwich Village to the Albert Hall in London and Carnegie Hall in New York. He has done over fifty concert tours in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland and has recorded more than fifty albums of his own songs.

GRAMMY-winning songwriter Jon Vezner is a tunesmith of rare sensitivity and dry wit. His catalog of songs reads like a songbook itself, interpreted and recorded by some of the greats in the business, such as Martina McBride, Reba McEntire, Faith Hill, Steve Wariner, the Wiggins, Clay Walker, Diamond Rio, BJ Thomas, Janis Ian, John Mellencamp, Nancy Griffith, and Judy Collins.

Don Henry is another GRAMMY-winning writer whose songs have been recorded by Lonestar, Rosie Flores, the Thompson Brothers Band, Bryan White, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, and many more.

“Thirty years ago Tom Paxton taught a generation of traditional folk singers that it was noble to write your own songs, and, like a good guitar, he just gets better with age.” — Guy Clark

“Jon Vezner writes about the ‘details,’ the details of our hearts and feelings. . . . And in recognizing their simple beauty, he transforms them into something extraordinary.” — Mary Chapin Carpenter

Tickets $30 members, $35 general public.
For more info, see http://fmsh.org/events/event/tba/

Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner and folk icon, Tom Paxton, teams up with the Grammy winning singer/songwriter duo The Don Juans - Don Henry & Jon Vezner.

Next Event: Folk Jam, Sunday 2/11The Folk Music Society of Huntington’s monthly Folk Jam/Song Circle/Sing-Along affords ...
02/05/2018
Folk Music Society of Huntington - 46 Years Presenting the Best Local, Regional and International Touring Performers - Official Home Page

Next Event: Folk Jam, Sunday 2/11

The Folk Music Society of Huntington’s monthly Folk Jam/Song Circle/Sing-Along affords musicians and singers of all experience levels an opportunity to play, sing and hone their performance skills. Running from 1-4 p.m. one Sunday each month at the South Huntington Public Library (145 Pidgeon Hill Road, Huntington Station), the Folk Jams are completely acoustic, unplugged events attended primarily by amateur musicians and those who love to sing. Visitors who just want to listen are also welcome. Song selections range across the broad folk milieu, but are often taken from the "Rise Up Singing" or the new “Rise Again” songbooks. Admission is free and open to the public. Participants are asked to bring their voices, acoustic instruments, and a snack/non-alcoholic beverage to share.

Attendees are also encouraged to visit the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s website at www.fmsh.org for information about our Thursday night and Saturday night concerts. We would love to see you at these concerts.

Next Concert: Hard Luck Cafe, Thurs., Feb. 15.
Featuring Ray Lambiase and Bill Lauter
7:30 open mic, 8:30 show.
At Huntington's Cinema Arts Centre
$10 FMSH and CAC members, $15 general public, at the door only
For more information, visit the website or call 631-425-2925.

Lambiase has been writing and performing his own songs for a number of years. His 2016 release, The Ballad of Three-Finger Brown, received considerable folk radio airplay. Lauter, who accompanies his distinctive baritone voice on guitar, has a repertoire of songs and instrumentals from folk and popular musical traditions. More information on the artists can be found on their respective websites: raylambiase.com and billlauter.000webhostapp.com.

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30 Washington Dr
Centerport, NY
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The FMSH presents mainstage concerts of nationally and regionally touring acts the first Saturday of the month, and local tri-state area musicians the third Saturday, with open mics preceding both.

It hosts a folk jam one Sunday each month, and an annual folk festival each summer.

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES! Two LIAA Members have announced that they are actively looking for volunteers. This is a wonderful opportunity to include more arts in your life, meet new people, and to support these wonderful nonprofits at the same time. More info below and on our Arts and Culture calendar under Volunteer Opportunities. 👉🏻@baystreettheater is seeking volunteers for the Fall and Winter concert season, as well as the upcoming 2022 Mainstage Season, Music Mondays, New Works play readings, and special events. 👉🏻Folk Music Society of Huntington is looking for volunteers to assist with online promotions of virtual concerts, community outreach, social media, and membership cultivation. #volunteer #LIArts #Baystreettheater #Folkmusicsociety #liaamember #theater #folkmusic #longislandarts #longisland #LI #suffolkcounty #volunteerism #supportthearts
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Tomorrow Saturday 7.17 I will play a set with rorie kellyand Christine Sweeney at Folk Music Society of Huntington’s annual summer festival. We will sing harmony and play on each other’s songs in a swap at 1:15pm. We will, of course, sing my new single “Mother & Father,” which features them both. The afternoon features a wide array of artists in the folk/roots realm, you can visit their website for a full lineup. The event takes place at Heckscher Park in Huntington. We’d love to see you there.
It's been a busy week here at TBF Towers! Sorry we've been so quiet. We can't even tell you what we've been up to yet, but you can get a little sneak peak over on our Patreon page ( link in the comments;-) ) In the meantime, we'll be taking over the Folk Music Society of Huntington Facebook and YouTube pages tomorrow evening at 7pm EST (that's midnight for all you UK night owls...) Hope you can join us. :-)
The Women Who Rode Away will be streaming tomorrow night starting at 8pm EDT on the Folk Music Society of Huntington 's YouTube page. Check it out! I'd love to know what you think!
TOMORROW! Folk Music Society of Huntington is back with another great virtual concert! Join Eric Schwartz and Shanna in a Dress for fantastic virtual song swap! Thursday, Feb. 18, from 8-9:30 p.m ET! Tune in on the FMSH's Youtube channel or page! Click here for the livestream on Feb 18 at 8pm: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnJ9zJQXl2ml128-TIPRFLg/featured
The Folk Music Society of Huntington (FMSH) partners with Long Island’s Cinema Arts Centre and NorthShore Original Open Mic in presenting a Hard Luck Cafe HOLIDAY HOOT on Thursday, Dec. 17. It will livestream from 8-11 p.m. via FMSH’s YouTube channel (A link is on its website @ FMSH.org) and NOOM’s Facebook group (http://Facebook.com/groups/WELOVENOOM). Slated to perform one song each (in alphabetical order, not order of appearance) are Rob Appelblatt (Splatt), Karen Bella, Josie Bello, Nancy Boehm, Joe Bouza, Katherine Congdon Caldwell, Laurie Creus, Ben Diamond, Suzanne Ernst, Bryan Gallo, Marci Geller, Jon Goldstein, Tom Griffith & Martha Trachtenberg, Joe Iadanza, Rorie Kelly, Faith Krinsky, Lauren Jayne, Eli Maniscalco, Annie Mark, Stuart Markus, Marian Mastorilli, Frankie Matos, Lois Morton, Anne O’Rourke, Nico Padden, Richard Parr, Matt Ponsot, Steve Robinson, Joe Roccanova, Andy Romanoff, Gary Schoenberger, Roger Silverberg, Les Stoller, Hank Stone, Linda Sussman, and Toby Tobias.
Hard Luck Café HOLIDAY HOOT This Thurs., Dec. 17 In lieu of our usual concert and in the spirit of community that folk music embraces, FMSH partners with North Shore Original Open Mic (NOOM) and the Cinema Arts Centre in presenting a number of local artists in a virtual song-swap that will be livestreamed to FMSH’s YouTube channel and NOOM’s page from 8-11 p.m. Slated to perform one song each (in order of appearance) 1 Anne O’Rourke 2 Steve Robinson 3 Annie Mark 4 Joe Roccanova 5 Lois Morton 6 Frankie Matos 7 Faith Krinsky 8 Richard Parr 9 Martha Trachtenberg / Tom Griffith 10 Gary Schoenberger 11 Marci Geller 12 Joe Iadanza 13 Suzanne Ernst 14 Jon Goldstein 15 Nancy Boehm 16 Karen Bella 17 Matt Ponsot 18 Marian Mastorilli 19 Stuart Markus 20 Linda Sussman 21 Andy Romanoff 22 Nico Padden 23 Joe Bouza 24 Hank Stone 25 Lauren Jayne 26 Roger Silverberg 27 Josie Bello 28 Eli Maniscalco 29 Rorie Kelly 30 Katherine Congdon Caldwell 31 Laurie Creus 32 Les Stoller 33 Splatt 34 Bryan Gallo 35 Ben Diamond 36 Toby Tobias Founded in the late 1960s, the Folk Music Society of Huntington (www.fmsh.org) generally presents two monthly concert series, a monthly folk jam, and an annual folk festival in conjunction with the Huntington Arts Council. Recognizing the importance of music in these challenging times, FMSH is continuing both its First Saturday Concerts and Hard Luck Café series online. Like the Cinema, FMSH is a member of the Huntington Arts Council and the Long Island Arts Alliance. Several FMSH leaders are active in Folk Alliance International and Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA), with which the organization is also affiliated. NorthShore Original Open Mic (NOOM) is a weekly gathering of Long Island-based songwriters with varying levels of experience who are dedicated to the craft of writing and singing their songs. Hosted by singer-songwriter Toby Tobias, the Wednesday night‬ sessions provide a supportive collegial environment for the performing songwriters. They are also open for other music lovers to enjoy. In light of the ongoing pandemic, NOOM is currently being streamed online via its Facebook group — with participants performing live from their homes in a song-swap format via Zoom. Singer-Songwriter Richard Parr coordinates the livestreams. Established in 1973, the Cinema Arts Centre seeks to bring the best of cinematic artistry to Long Island and use the power of film to expand the awareness and consciousness of our community. Long island’s only not-for-profit, viewer-supported independent cinema presents a wide array of films that are often accompanied by discussions and guest speakers.
Hi all, due to a problem too complex to get into here, we've had to establish a NEW FB page for the Folk Music Society of Huntington. Please click and 'like' us here: https://www.facebook.com/FMSHLongIsland And look for our online HOLIDAY HOOT this Thursday, in lieu of the Hard Luck Cafe!