Covid-19 continues to affect our show schedule. Please check back frequently for updates.
Gathering Time On The Road...
Enjoy an evening with Gerry, Mara, and Stu!
Reservations for the concert can be made by email to email@example.com, giving the name or date of the concert, the number of seats you want, and your name (and other information if you wish.) The reservation will be held until 7:20 and then cancelled. A reservation (if you come and get a ticket by 7:20) guarantees you a seat at the concert. You should get an acknowledgement within a day. If not, contact Diane at 413-336-2589.
Masks are required indoors. Proof of Vaccination for the virus is required or a negative test taken within the previous 2 days. Additional measures we have taken at the concerts include reduced room capacity to 50 people and distancing of seating from others. You may sit next to others if you choose. We will also be using room purifiers.
The show will be held outdoors, weather permitting. Recommended donation $15 to $30.
Recommended donation $15 to $30
$10 admission poppenhuseninstitute.org
A celebration of the 150 Anniversary of the Town of Babylon. The festival runs from noon to 5:00 and we anticipate starting our set at 3:45 and playing until the close of festivities. Christine Sweeney joins Stu and Gerry for this event.
Look for the Town of Babylon Showmobile, located in the municipal parking lot on the northeast corner of N. Carll Ave. and Main Street (Montauk Highway/ Rte 27A).
Gathering Time will perform their "Jews Who Rock" program -- featuring music by Bob Dylan, Carole King, Neil Sedaka, Simon & Garfunkel, songwriters Lieber & Stoller, Neil Diamond, and many other "members of the tribe" who so influenced pop music during the rock 'n' roll era.
It takes place at the JCC of Middlesex County, presented by Temple Emanu-El of Edison. Call (201) 750-9997 for tickets, or see www.templeemanu-el.com.
We share the stage with our friend Mara Levine at this ceremony celebrating the new Edison Arts Society Gazebo unveiling. This is a "Shine Only" event and there is no rain date.
Follow the Sculptural Garden signs. The Gazebo is quite large and you'll see it as you enter the park.
Admission is free!
A co-bill with our friend Mara Levine.
This is an indoor show. Those attending must show proof of vaccination (two inoculations required) and wear masks during the program.
There is no parking on site at the church; several municipal garages are in walking distance. including the municipal garage at City Center one block down on Main Street.
Admission is free!
THIS SHOW WILL BE RESCHEDULED LATER THIS SEASON. Unfortunately, several important people being ill with Covid has made the date change necessary. Stay tuned for updates!
Enjoy a mixed show of originals, covers and traditionals! Making her folk-circuit debut with the trio will be Long Island singer-songwriter Christine Sweeney, stepping in for Hillary Foxsong, who cannot tour due to family circumstances. Christine is described as a "stop-you-in-your-tracks" vocalist and brings a delicious new spice to the harmonies you know and love!
Special guest Mara Levine. Tickets $20.
845 252-6783 or 570 253-2020 www.facebook.com/RiverFolkConcerts/
Our classic folk service returns as we pair up songs from the 1960s folk catalogue with prayers of a similar theme. Come join in and sing along for a unique spiritual experience! Christine Sweeney will be joining Gerry and Stuart for this event.
516 433-9888 https://orelohim.com/
Join us in person or via Zoom! We three, along with Cantor Lisa Ann Wharton, pair up prayers with songs by the Fab Four in a fun and festive Sabbath service! Christine Sweeney will be joining Gerry and Stu this night.
631 928-4103 www.tbemtsinai.org
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Hybrid Show -- your choice of in-person or livestream!
After a show canceled due to Covid, we are thrilled to be returning to the newly renovated East Meadow Library with our updated "Great '60s Folk-Rock Revival!"
We'll be performing songs by Dylan, the Byrds, Simon & Garfunkel, Peter, Paul & Mary and many more (including of course CSN) with a special emphasis on songs that have renewed relevance for today.
Joining Gerry and Stu will be the amazing Christine Sweeney, well known for her songwriting and vocal prowess on the L.I. folk and acoustic circuits.
There are two opportunities for registration: in person or for online viewing. For those choosing to view online, the library will email the link to you on the morning of the program. Register at www.eastmeadow.info or call 516 794-2570 and ask for Programming.
Free admission, but you must be registered in advance.
Gathering Time celebrates the heartfelt songs of the '60s and '70s, including many of the songs featured on their most recent album Old Friends.
Stu and Gerry are pleased to be joined for this show by Karen Bella, a rising star on the Long Island singer/songwriter scene. You'll enjoy her too!
Everyone complains about the winter weather, so why not sing about it? A decided departure from the usual holiday fare served up by radio stations and retail stores, this program features songs of and about the snowy season by such luminary songwriters as Paul Simon, Gordon Lightfoot, and Joni Mitchell as well as contemporary songwriters, plus traditional and original songs.
Stu and Gerry are pleased to be joined for this show by Christine Sweeney, a favorite Long Island singer/songwriter renowned for her great voice and stage presence. You'll be glad to meet her!
Bring the hot chocolate or hot toddies, and we'll bring the harmonies!
516 938-0077 https://poblib.org
We are thrilled to be able to do this outdoor library performance that came about rather quickly!
We'll be playing the "greatest" hits of the artists who played Woodstock: Joan Baez, Arlo Guthrie, and CSN of course, but also the Grateful Dead and even The Who!
It's a free show, but you must register via the N. Merrick Library's website: https://www.nmerricklibrary.org/
The concert will be held outside in the rear parking lot. Please bring a lawn chair.
Our friend Mara Levine shares the stage with us at this mostly-originals show in a safer outdoor space.
Suggested donation for all shows is $15 for adults and $5 for youth 13-21. Only cash or checks written to Deer Creek Coffeehouse are accepted. Both of these shows will be outdoors; therefore, no reservations required. Doors open 1/2 hour before each show. Bring your own chairs. Only water and soda will be sold. Feel free to bring your own snacks and beverages.
This concert is supported by a grant from Maryland State Arts Council through Harford County Cultural Arts Board.
A mix of classics and originals! Tickets $20, Students $10, children 5 and under free.
A special outdoor concert of songs of and about nature -- Free, donations accepted, and Box Dinners sold! In the vicinity of the temporary HQ of the
Alley Pond Environmental Center
224-65 76th Avenue
Oakland Gardens NY 11364
$25/adults, $20/children 12 and under