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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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The Jay Scott Band has been described as: "One of the GREAT rock Bands from down Island. Scott, with soulful vocals, fuses together folk, jazz, blues, rock and country to create a sound of his
own."         - Dan's Papers.

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Claire Raby, a 29 year old singer-songwriter from Eastern Long Island writes dark, emotional ballads with infectious melodies.  Her bold yet ethereal
voice has a strong effect on listeners.                                                                                             

Larrin Gerard, a Long Island based singer/songwriter with folk and country roots. Her influences stem from the music she grew up with.

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Miller's Crossing is a bluegrass band based out of Long Island, New York. Miller's Crossing prides itself on the original material they
bring to the band's repertoire. They strive to play bluegrass music the way they feel it, and the result is a fresh outlook on the music while not getting
too far away from its roots.

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David Bailey was born and raised on the Mississippi Delta. He has lived and worked in New York for the last thirty years, but his Southern upbringing and sensibilities
have never left him. David is well known on Long Island for his singing and his songwriting.                                                           
                               
Mike Goldense is a singer/songwriter who has been writing and performing music and poetry for the last 13 years. His music varies between fast-paced songs to slow finger-picked numbers, all while showcasing his love of literature and wordplay.

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The EVT Band is an all original, latin alternative band. Fronted by Ivette Torres-Albano (EV), a Cuban American singer/songwriter and producer,
who was born and raised in New York. The music has been called eclectic, a fusion of many genres moving through rock, reggae, jazzy ballads, country...
EV's vocals have been described as strong and smooth while the rhythm section firm yet free enough to dance around them. The current line-up includes Ivette
on vox/guitar, Tom on bass & Gary on drums and percussion.

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Throughout his musical life, Douglas Baldwin has been fascinated with the process of looping and sampled sound.

The story of Stilettos-n-Steel starts on a meet up, when a folk-rock Queens dweller stumbles upon a country-belle Bronx babe. No, they weren't looking
for love, they were looking to find an honest, heartfelt songwriter with southern charm and a New York City attitude. Let's just say it didn't take long
before Stilettos-n-Steel found their home in the Big Apple. Jason took to the guitar and Jennifer took to the pen. They found themselves writing their
first song within an hour of meeting. 
The rest is just beginning...

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