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The Bash At Mash: Festival Of Music, Love And Peace Man!

by Eileen Casey
Live Music View - According to Charlie Canavan, "I have worked on a number of events like this in the past, and when we heard the park needed to raise funds for swings and other equipment, it seemed like a great idea to throw a party there with a concert on the hill."

INTERVIEW: Isaac Mizrahi On The Hometown Bay Street Crowd, His Greatest Show Business Thrills, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "They are smart. Sag Harbor is my home town, they [the Bay Street audience] are New Yorkers and Long Islanders, they are really smart and they are the ones who respond to my work the best," Mizrahi said about performing at Bay Street.

Interview: Lukas Rande Talks Klezmer Music And Mames Babegenush's Upcoming Hamptons Show

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "We have been playing for sixteen years. When we started out we were focused on traditional classical music. That changed when we were actually inspired by music that was recorded in New York over 100 years ago by the masters of Klezmer music," Rande told Hamptons.com.

INTERVIEW: Musician Joshua Radin On Headlining In The Hamptons, His New Album, "Here, Right Now," And More

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "The first song I wrote, I just felt like I had expressed myself more honestly in a three minute song than I did in any of the six screenplays I've written or the paintings I painted. It was incredibly cathartic," Radin told us.

INTERVIEW: Music Legends Pat Benatar And Neil Giraldo On Their First Encounter, "The Romeo And Juliet Project," Benatar's Long Island Roots, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "He played one chord on the guitar and it was all over," Pat Benatar told us about meeting Neil Giraldo.

INTERVIEW: Pascal Rioult On Rioult Dance Company's Westhampton Beach Project Dance & Music Festival Performance And More

by Courtney File
Live Music View - "Merging my two cultures [French and American] … It has been described as American Modern Dance with a European touch. The work is always inspired by many other artistic influences edgy, yet elegant," Pascal Rioult told us.

INTERVIEW: LaChanze On "The Feeling Good Tour," Her Idol Diana Ross, The Hamptons, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "In workshops we built the characters and I enjoyed helping by creating some of the words to the songs especially the song I'm Here," LaChanze said about The Color Purple.

INTERVIEW: Three Dog Night Founder Danny Hutton On Sneaking A Young Elton John Into A Sold Out Gig, Why The Band's Songs Still Resonate With Listeners, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "I remember this gig we did in England when our first album was on the rise and we had given out all our complimentary tickets and then our friend Reggie wanted to get in, so we had him carry our equipment in pretending to be part of our crew, of course Reggie was Reggie Dwight who is now known as Elton John," Hutton told us.

Mumford & Sons To Follow In The Footsteps Of The Killers And Coldplay

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "We really value the beauty of connecting with smaller audiences and going back to our roots, and it's great to have the opportunity to do both of these things," said Mumford & Sons.

Nancy Atlas To Kick-Off Complimentary Hamptons Concerts In The Park Series

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "We are very excited about the lineup for the 34th season of Concerts in the Park," Kirsten Lonnie shared.

Interview: Devon Allman And Duane Betts Of The Allman Betts Band On Their Legendary Dads, Sharing A Stage, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "One time after a show someone said my dad wanted to see me in the office. I thought I was in trouble. When I saw him, he told me how well I played and took off his gold Rolex watch and gave it to me," Devon fondly recalled.

INTERVIEW: A Chat With Entertainment Legends Michael Tucker And Jill Eikenberry

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "It was her eyes," says Michael, "It was his voice," says Jill, but whatever it was, it surely was love because now so many years later their magic is still so visible when they perform.

The Choral Society Presenting Two Summer Performances Highlighting Mozart

by Courtney File
Live Music View - The Choral Society of the Hamptons is presenting a duo of special shows fêting Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

INTERVIEW: John Sebastian A Cog In The Wheel Of The Greatest Musical Cultural Sea Change In The History Of Man

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "There is a song about taking a right on a rode to Brownsville, Tennessee, and one day I was driving Yank [Rachell] and he said, 'Take the right,' and I realized we were on the road to Brownsville in his song," Sebastian told us about a defining moments of his musical life.

Pianofest In The Hamptons To Host Concerts Throughout June, July, And August

by Courtney File
Live Music View - "Each Pianofest season presents a world of music in a dynamic format that shares the curiosity and background of works familiar and new, centered around the talents of the best young performers of today from around the world," Paul Schenly noted.

Lynn Blue Band, Joe Delia And The Thieves, Gene Casey, And More To Headline Free Concert Series On Montauk Village Green

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "You really can't beat laying down tunes in the sunset surrounded by families dancing or lazing in the grass," Joe Delia shared.

INTERVIEW: Lynn Blumenfeld On The Lynn Blue Band, The East End Music Scene And More

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "The history is epic. Just being on the same stage that Sting and Richie Havens and Coldplay and Suzanne Vega have played on gives me chills," Blumenfeld told us about playing at Stephen Talkhouse.

INTERVIEW: Singer/Songwriter Matt Jaffe On His Latest LP, The Spirit Catches You, How Jerry Harrison Of Talking Heads Influenced His Career, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "I think Jerry choosing to work with me really became a defining moment," Jaffe reflected about Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads.

INTERVIEW: A Talk With Thomas Muse, Founder Of The Band Jettykoon

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "We don't want to dominate the mood of the beautiful setting sun, and the special conversations the folks are having, we want to augment the specialness," Muse said about the band's Montauket sets.

INTERVIEW: A Talk With Legend Tony Orlando

by T.J. Clemente
Live Music View - "Frank Sinatra was the emcee and I was invited. There was Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney, real big stars. Frank Sinatra called out my name first. So I asked him, why my name first? Frank Sinatra asked, 'Who's the new kid on the block?' I said, 'I am,' and Frank replied, 'Well kid, we always take care of the new kid on the block," Orlando said was a defining moment.

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