Dock Street started out as Staten Island's longest running live music venue, and has since evolved into a record studio and recording label.
691 Bay St
New York, NY
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Dock Street Records has evolved from a live music venue adding a record label and recording studio. Dock Street Recording Studio is open 24 hours a day for your recording needs.
For the past three decades, rock, jazz, and hip-hop legends have graced our stages. Jerry & Barbara Underhill opened Oddsbodkins in the cellar of Edgewater Hall in February of 1980. After several years of successfully hosting live music, comedy & variety shows, they sold the business to Lou Rizzo and Bill & Marta Wolf and they opened Dock of the Bay and they operated it until 1996. Then came Bay Street Blues & Dock Street. Today the cellar of Edgewater Hall is home to the “prohibition themed” Amendment 18 and great live music is still being performed there.
Rock acts include Jefferson Airplane, Dr. John, Jorma Kaukonen from Hot Tuna, Tommy Price from the Joan Jett band, Kasmin Sultan from Utopia Jimmie Mack, Earl Slick and David Johanson aka Buster Poindexter.