Hard Luck Café Concert at Cinema Arts Centre Features LI-Based Artists Ray Lambiase and Bill Lauter

Long Island-based singer-songwriter Ray Lambiase and song stylist BillLauter share
the bill duringthe monthly Hard Luck Café series at the Cinema Arts Centre (423
ParkAvenue, Huntington) on Thursday, February 15.  The 8:30 p.m. concert in the
Cinema’s Sky Roomwill be preceded by an open mic at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are  $15 ($10
forCinema Arts Centre and Folk Music Society of Huntington members) and will
beavailable at the door. 


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


 
Established in 1973, Huntington’sCinema Arts Centre (www.cinemaartscentre.org) seeks
to bring the best of cinematicartistry to Long Island and use the power of film to
expand the awareness andconsciousness of our community. LI’s only not-for-profit,
viewer-supported,independent cinema presents a wide array of films that are often
accompanied bydiscussions and guest speakers.


 
Now in its 50th year, the FolkMusic Society of Huntington (www.fmsh.org) presents
two monthly concert series, amonthly folk jam, and an annual folk festival in
conjunction with theHuntington Arts Council. Its First Saturday Concerts at the
CongregationalChurch of Huntington in Centerport continue on March 3 with folk icon
andGrammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Tom Paxton – known for such songsas
“The Last Thing On My Mind,” Ramblin’ Boy” and "Whose Garden Was This” -- andThe Don
Juans (a musical duo comprised of Grammy Award-winning songwriters DonHenry and Jon
Vezner).

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