MFP

Email: Eppy@myfathersplace.com - Info: 516-413-3535 - Doors open 6PM / Show 8PM

 

   

 
       
       
 

 
 

FRI 8/12

CHILLS & THRILLS BLUES BAND

Ruby

$25 / day of $30

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Sat Aug 13

POSTPONED
VISITORZ

opening Richard Ivans

ALL Tickets honored for new date

 

 
 
 

Aug19 
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Dr. Danny and the Patients

$20 - 25 day of

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Aug26

Matt Marshak and friends

“Special Guest” Peter Calo

$25 adv, $30 door

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Long Island, NY singer/songwriter and guitarist Matt Marshak brings a truly unique blend of heartfelt music to the world. His sound and his songs transcend the limitations of genre and classification. From his funky jazz and blues albums to his latest singer songwriter releases, Matt’s music always strives to be honest and from the heart. Whether it be festival stages across the world or an intimate small venue, Matt’s hope has always been to bring peace and joy to his audiences through his music. Some of his career highlights include two #1 songs on the jazz charts, his own furniture line from Pulaski Furniture, and tour dates across the globe.
 
 
 
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Fri, Sept 2nd
FUTURE PAST

$25 adv, $30 door

 

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Fri, Sept 9 - FRANK CARILLO /

RANDY JACKSON of Zebra

$40 adv, $45 door

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Frank Carillo is the epitome of a "musician's musician" .. throughout his colorful history, Frank's craftsmanship as a world-class player and memorable songwriter, along with his warm, affable persona has allowed him to make an indelible mark on the international music scene. Early in his carrer, Frank was personally signed to Atlantic Records by the legendary Ahmet Ertegun and embarked on a 64-show US tour opening for Bad Company, playing to sold-out audiences in major arenas across America and continued to tour with among others, The J. Geils Band, Cheap Trick, Van Halen and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Meanwhile, Frank Carillo & the Bandoleros have released four studio records, plus a live CD, garnering top 10 airplay on over 250 AAA, Americana and Roots stations in the US & Europe. frankcarillo.com

 

 
 

 
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Fri, September 16

The Soul Jam Revue

$40 adv, $45 door

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Amazing LIVE performance playing the very best music of the 70’s to today’s SOUL, R&B and Funk Music by The Stylistics, Stevie Wonder, Al Greene, The Spinners, Earth Wind and Fire to Silk Sonic and much more
 
 
 
       
  Andrew Weiss and Friends

Fri, Sept 23rd
Andrew Weiss and Friends

Tickets: $25 adv, $30 door

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Andrew Weiss is a songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, arranger, and producer based in New York. As The Music Court once claimed, “Weiss is a band-in-a-box.”
In these trying modern times, real, honest music and art can draw people of vast backgrounds and cultures together for understanding and empathy. Long Island's Andrew Weiss and Friends have made a name for themselves since their debut LP arrived in 2018 with their unique blend of Laurel Canyon folk rock and the sonic flourishes of late-70s power pop. Singer-songwriter Andrew Weiss clings to and cherishes moments of intimacy, difficult conversations, and emotional currency through his songwriting. A classic glow silhouettes Weiss’s storytelling, fusing a smart, throwback warmth and charm right into the work. Weiss’ songs show off his chops for character-driven stories, with an attention to detail on par with celebrated works from the likes of Dawes or Tom Petty

 

 
 

 
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Wed Oct 12th

TICKETS ON SALE AT
THE WAREHOUSE

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Fri, OCT 14

POPA CHUBBY

$40 adv, $45 door

 
 

 
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Fri, OCT 21

STEVE FORBERT

$40 adv, $45 door

Years before Americana music earned its own category at the Grammy Awards, Steve Forbert helped pioneer the genre's mix of folk, roots-rock, and richly delivered storytelling. He's been a torchbearer of that sound for more than four decades since, navigating the twists and turns of an acclaimed career that's taken him from gold records to Grammy nominations, from New York City's CBGB to Nashville's Bluebird Cafe, from his 1978 debut album to 2022's vital and versatile Moving Through America.