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An Event Featuring Jen Chapin Trio & Gathering Time Benefits WhyHunger.   Like so many others who died long before their time, Harry Chapin will forever be 38 years old in the collective memory of his fans the world-over. The singer-songwriter and social activist, whose music and humanitarianism inspired many and who resided in Huntington […]

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Not only will the concert raise money that will be split between the Brittany Maier and Friends Foundation and the Walt Whitman DECA Club, but it is also a great way to demonstrate the importance of using leadership to benefit the community.

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This action, is being implemented due to the large volume of boater’s and boat traffic that is expected during the festival and to avert another boating tragedy such as the one that occurred on July 4th, 2012 in Cold Spring Harbor.

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Amphion Violinists Katie Hyun and David Southorn, violist Wei-Yang Andy Lin, and cellist Mihai Marica, first joined together for a performance at Sprague Hall at the Yale School of Music in February, 2009. The overwhelmingly positive audience reception at this concert was the inspiration behind their mutual desire to pursue a career as the Amphion String Quartet. Hailed […]

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The Folk Music Society of Huntington presents a Phil Ochs Song Night on Saturday, May 5, at the Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Drive (off Route 25A), Centerport.  Phil’s sister Sonny will host the event. The 8:30 p.m. concert, for which tickets are $20 ($15 for FMSH members), will be preceded by an open […]

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Robert Bruey and Miles to Dayton are the featured performers during the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s monthly Hard Luck Café series at the Cinema Arts Centre’s Sky Room on Thursday, Jan. 19. The 8:30 p.m.

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Moonjumpers Charitable Foundation

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Moonjumpers, which will mark its public debut with the Nov. 17 event at Napper Tandy’s, is partnering with the Family Service League and Tri-CYA on the gift-giving initiative. A crowd of several hundred charity minded rock n’ roll lovers is expected to attend.
The holidays are a special time of year for folks of all ages. […]

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 Karyn Oliver and Rob Lytle Perform at Cinema Arts Centre, Oct. 20
For the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s Hard Luck Café Series
Karyn Oliver and Rob Lytle, both of whom were finalists in the prestigious 2011 Grassy Hill/Kerrville New Folk Competition for Emerging Songwriters, will be the featured performers during the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s […]

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Sometimes out of tragedy good things happen. Mick Hargreaves was brutally attacked on July 31, 2011, on his way home from the debut performance of his band, Mick Hargreaves and The King Guys.  The attack left him with head injuries and mounting medical bills since he does not have insurance.  His friends have gotten together to help out.  Last week, on September 18th, they […]

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On July 31 2011, Mick Hargreaves was brutally attacked after the July 30th debut of his band Mick Hargreaves & The King Guys. He is currently recuperating from severe head injuries.  The medical attention needed to recover from the attack has been extremely costly and Hargreaves does not have medical insurance.  His friends are holding benefit […]

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