April 25 at 8:00 pm

Kerry Kearney’s style, music from the “Psychedelta,” is his own brand containing an upbeat mix of American Blues & Roots, created from writing and performing on the circuit for over 40 years. Along with his band, he has continued to experience an overwhelming  nd positive response over the airwaves and especially when performing live. His wailing upbeat style of blues, driven by tasty, inspired guitar riffs, electrifying slide and infectious rhythms, has allowed Kerry to amass a huge loyal following. Kerry Kearney’s latest CD, Smokehouse Serenade, hit #1 in 2019 on the Roots & Blues Radio Charts and stayed there for three weeks.

Kerry Kearney, is a slide guitar master, who plays and works his instrument to limits that  amaze even the most seasoned musician or cultured music fan. The sounds Kerry creates from his vintage, stock and custom made guitars are as unique as his song writing and original melodies. Kerry was voted “Best Guitarist of 1999” by the LI Voice and “Bluesman of the Year 2004” by the LI Blues Society. He is also the recipient of the prestigious Long Island Sound Award (L.I.S.A.) from the LI Music Hall of Fame and most recently, in 2013, he and his band mates were each inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame. He has toured nationally and internationally with the Allman Brothers Band and Dickey Betts, and has performed with such contemporaries as Sonny Landreth and Robert Randolf. Kerry and his band have shared the stage with the great BB King at the NYCB Westbury Theater and at the Paramount Theater in Huntington, NY. They have also opened for the Robert Cray Band with the Blind Boys of Alabama,the Blues Brothers starring Dan Akyroyd and Jim Belushi, and most recently for Legendary ZZ Top front man Billy Gibbons in New York and Washington, DC.

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Jack Licitra is a piano/hammond organ driven singer. This show will celebrate the release of his latest cd “Faith, Hope and Love.” He has performed with some of the best musicians in the world such as Levon Helm and Bakithi Kumalo as well as opening shows for legends such as Richie Havens, Buckwheat Zydeco, Pinetop Perkins and even playing for then Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.