89 North Ocean Ave.
Patchogue, NY 11772
Doors Open: 7:00 p.m.
8 PM Joe Marson
Joe Marson is a soulful singer/songwriter who combines wisdom and wit with lyrical guitar playing. Following a six-year, soul-searching journey across the United States (playing hip hop in Oregon, jazz in Boston, folk songs in Arizona, and blues-rock in Austin, Texas), Marson now lives in beautiful Brooklyn.
9 PM Soundswell
Original Jam based music that you can move your body to.
10:15 PM Brothers Moving
With a sound derived from the pulse of their native Denmark and honed in and around New York Cities’ Union Square, Brothers Moving is the result of four young, travelling musicians trying to lighten the load of constant road rambling through music. Built on no special concept or genre, their first street show found the group fresh, with no set list, no defined aesthetic, not even a name.
The Brothers’ music is the result of playing in the streets, where a marked value placed on mobility, enigmatic energy, ingenuity, and simplicity will always remain the cornerstones of solid performance. Rooted in the folk, funk, soul, rock & blues they love, it is the pure and raw result of impulse and creativity happening when four brothers pick up their instruments and let the rest go.
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11:15 PM Grant's Tomb
Grants Tomb, hailing from Greenwich Village is powered by many of the young lions on the New York jazz scene. They combine elements of rock, jazz, blues, they add a taste of funk and a slice of americana to create a vibrant sound, new and fresh while still paying homage to past musical traditions. Their blazing horns, dueling keys and rock solid rhythm section is creating a buzz on Bleecker St, not seen in years. Grant's Tomb jams every Wednesday night at the legendary club Kenny's Castaways, a perfect setting for the band, with it's incredible history and tradition of launching many of the music industries biggest stars since the 60's.
Grant's Tomb is comprised of conservatory trained jazz musicians most from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music, and got their name from Grant's Tomb Park a block away, a favorite band hangout. The band ranges in size from 6 to 10 players depending on the venue and is capable of drawing it's set lists from all genres of music always feeding off it's audience for energy and direction. Because they're playing the music they love their sound is an incedible mix of high level musicianship played with garage band passion. In addiditon to an ever growing list of originals, Grant's Tomb jams on many of the classic songs from the Dead, Phish, the Beatles, Bob Dylan and the Band and Jimmy Cliff.