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Sunday, Aug 1, 2010 • Isotope Stompers at Stony Brook Village Green • Not a SDLI Event

Posted by Tom on 08/01/2010 • Permalink


30th Annual Sunday Summer Concerts

Sponsored by The Ward Melville Heritage Organization

Sundays, 7 - 9 pm - July & August

A series of live music events performed in front of the Stony Brook Post Office

Sunday, July 11th ~ Linda Ipanema & the Dixie Cats - Dixieland, Blues, Swing & Big Band Singers
Sunday, July 18 ~ Shenole Latimer & Friends - Jazz
Sunday, July 25 ~ Miller’s Crossing - Bluegrass
Sunday, August 1 ~ Isotope Stompers - Dixieland Jazz Band
Sunday, August 8 ~ Nobody’s Fool - Funky Blues & More
Sunday, August 15 ~ New York Exceptions - The Fabulous 50s, 60s & 70s
Sunday, August 22 ~ Edward Decorsia & NY’s Most Dangerous Big Band Swing, Jazz, Yesterday & Today
Sunday, August 29 ~ Fiddler’s Green Band - Traditional Irish & Nautical Music

Concerts Flyer

For details call, 631-751-2244

Band: Isotope Stompers Dixieland Jazz Band

The Isotope Stompers are an exhilarating seven-piece Dixieland Jazz Band whose roots are in the Northeastern United States. This music, however, comes from way down South in New Orleans where this foot-stomping music called “jazz” grew out of spirituals and marches of the Bourbon Street area. You will recognize some of the band’s popular Dixieland tunes like the rousing Tiger Rag, In the Mood, Figgity Feet, Kid’s Ory’s famous Muskrat Ramble, A train, the sad and moving St. James Infirmary Blues or The Tin Roof Blues.

The emphasis is on what is known as “revival jazz”, the traditional New Orleans-style music spiced up with greater drive and tempo for dancing.

They will have you clapping your hands and tapping your toes…for THE ISOTOPE STOMPERS celebrate Mardi Gras, New Orleans style, all year long!  image

Organizer: This is not a Swing Dance Long Island Event (Not a SDLI Event)

The listed event is NOT sponsored by Swing Dance Long Island, Inc. This event was thought to be of interest to our SDLI’s members. Before traveling, always verify the event information directly with the organizer’s website, since things change and events do get canceled.

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