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Brian Milligram is an independent songwriter based out of South-Suburban NY. Shaped by the early 2000's local pop/punk and metal scene of Rockland County,
followed by a few runs as a tour guitarist for friend's bands, Brian has settled in his ways when it comes to songwriting. An honest approach is key, and
a story is always ready to be told.

This do-it-yourself band features brother and sister Travis Johnides and Alexa Sakal. Thousands of copies of their albums have been downloaded, they've performed at the CMJ Music Marathon in New York
City, they've received significant radio airplay, their music videos have been seen over 10,000 times on YouTube, they've had coverage on television and
in The New York Times, they were featured on the Nerdist podcast "Mike and Tom Eat Snacks," their song "Everybody Needs A Friend" was the original theme
song for The Mary And Melissa Show on Blog Talk Radio, and they were included on a recent Paradiddle Records "Best of Long Island" CD. However, after seeing
the band live, you realize the true reason why success has quickly found this band from Long Island, New York.

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Acoustic Downtime enjoys playing original songs as well as country blues, contemporary folk, stylized pop standards, and 50's/60's small combo jazz which
we feel at home with.  We are defined by our strong rhythms, thoughtful lyrics, sweet harmonies, creative original material, and musical arrangements that
inspire.  We are at home on any stage and capture the attention and hearts of audiences when we play. It is very important and personal to us that we give
back to the general community by participating in benefits and food-raising drives for local soup kitchens and food pantries.

Singer/songwriter Jessy Tomsko has a love for music that stretches back to early childhood. With her self-penned lyrics and catchy melodies, Jessy celebrates
life and love in her acoustic renditions brought to life on the stage and in the studio.

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Josh Joffen is an award-winning songwriter, singer and guitarist.  Originally from Brooklyn, and now living on Long Island, NY, he describes his songs
as being "upbeat, introspective, emotional, humorous, and poetic, just not all at once."  His musical style blends traditional and modern folk, seasoned
with country, with spoonfuls of jazz and pop stirred in and a pinch of New York City spice.

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SageWind is an indie-acoustic duo from NY.  Founded in 2001 by Athena and Sean Wisniewski in a  Huntington NY coffee house, the two have been creating
their unique brand of organically introspective, yet intensely gripping songs.  Their first self titled CD, recorded in a friend's basement over a brief
two-week period, included "Where She Lives" and "Nobody's Fault", which received local airplay on college radio including WUSB in Stony Brook, NY, where
the duet were guests on the local music show. 

 

Homegrown host Donna, and her brother Rich join us for a special performance we're sure you will enjoy!

 

Scott "Danger" Bravo began his musical journey as a rock guitarist in Syracuse NY in 1995. Today Scott "Danger" Bravo has performed in countless cities, at dozens of festivals and for thousands of people. He continues to record new music and perform shows. He sincerely hopes you will join him on his musical journey.

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Eager to take her songwriting to the highest level possible, Sim Urivetzky is currently putting her backup group together and working on recording her
first CD. Still getting acquainted with the endless possibilities of the singer/songwriter scene, her unique style has captured the attention of many.
Anticipation of an enthusiastic response, is the spark in her musical journey.

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Stelladeck has its roots in contemporary Christian music. Formed by keyboardist Ed Waldeck,  it was the Praise band for worship for many years at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hicksville.  Ed, along with guitarists Mike Rowe and Lou Guastella, extended their song writing efforts to the secular field, and with the edition of singer Hyla Bastiano  and drummer  Frank Parisi, form the current make-up of Stelladeck.

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A late-blooming baby-boomer, Hank Stone has been writing songs for over 40 years, but only started to bring them to audiences in 2001. Since then he's
become a well-known presence on stages throughout Long Island, from coffeehouses and bars to libraries, churches, and festivals. His songs cover a lot of musical ground, from folk to blues to pop to rock to reggae and
world. Hank sings about lost love and found dreams, nostalgia and mortality, stars and ships and sycamore trees; characters appear in barrooms, stations,
and even the belly of a whale. 
Hank's band consists of his longtime musical partner Todd Evans on guitar and resonator, and new members Bob Westcott on bass and Gary Settoducatto on
percussion.

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