Tag: Music

Remembering Ralph Norman: A Composer for Famous Performers

Thanksgiving was always his favorite. He was my father, Ralph Norman Wilkinson. 

The State of Long Island Music Venues Reopening

Concert fanatics, listen up! Live music is coming back to Long Island.

Amityville Music Hall Celebrates Return of Live Music At Reopening Party

Seventeen months after the coronavirus pandemic forced Amityville Music Hall to shut its doors, live music fans and musicians excitedly packed the venue on July 8 to celebrate its long-awaited reopening.  

Soul Purpose Kicks Off Westbury Arts Summer Concert Series

Westbury Arts launched its free outdoor summer concert series, with live, in-person concerts held in the village’s central plaza.

Jones Beach Theater to Reopen With Luke Bryan, 3 Doors Down,...

Here is our guide to the most exciting events at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater this season!

Long Island Stage Assists Struggling Musicians in Pandemic

During a time when Covid-19 is still impacting daily life and has forced many live music venues to close for an extended period of time, Long Island Stage has given local artists the opportunity to get back into music and performing.

Free Outdoor Concerts on Long Island Summer 2021

Summer is finally here, and outdoor concerts are starting to pop up all across Long Island!

Twisted Sister Wins Copyright Battle for ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’

An Australian court ordered mining magnate Clive Palmer to pay A$1.5 million ($1.2 million) in damages to Universal Music on Friday for breaching the copyright of Twisted Sister's 1984 hit song "We're Not Gonna Take It" in political advertising.

OpEd: Dean Martin’s Christmas Classics Reign Supreme

Make way, Mariah Carey.  Hit the road, Jose Feliciano. Bye-bye, Bing Crosby. Christmas is Dean Martin’s domain.  

Legends Arlo Guthrie & Taj Mahal at LIU Post’s Tilles Center

Together, Arlo Guthrie and Taj Mahal comprise a still-evolving tapestry of Americana more than half a century in the making, stitched from the finest threads and songs and hymns in the collective canon, in all its various shapes and sounds, and are the living, breathing embodiment of sheer musical genius.