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December 17, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

In lieu of our usual concert and in the spirit of community that folk music embraces, FMSH partnered with North Shore Original Open Mic (NOOM) and the Cinema Arts Centre in presenting a number of local artists in a virtual song-swap that was livestreamed to FMSH’s YouTube channel (CLICK HERE) and NOOM’s Facebook page (CLICK HERE) from 8-11 p.m.

In order of appearance

1 Steve Robinson
2 Annie Mark
3 Frankie Matos
4 Faith Krinsky
5 Richard Parr
6 Gary Schoenberger
7 Marci Geller
8 Joe Iadanza
9 Suzanne Ernst
10 Jon Goldstein
11 Nancy Boehm
12 Karen Bella
13 Matt Ponsot
14 Marian Mastrorilli
15 Stuart Markus
16 Linda Sussman
17 Andy Romanoff
18 Nico Padden
19 Joe Bouza
20 Hank Stone
21 Lauren Jayne
22 Roger Silverberg
23 Josie Bello
24 Eli Maniscalco
25 Rorie Kelly
26 Katherine Congdon Caldwell
27 Joe Roccanova
28 Laurie Creus
29 Les Stoller
30 Splatt (Rob Appelblatt)
31 Bryan Gallo
32 Ben Diamond
33 Toby Tobias

Founded in the late 1960s, the Folk Music Society of Huntington ( generally presents two monthly concert series, a monthly folk jam, and an annual folk festival in conjunction with the Huntington Arts Council. Recognizing the importance of music in these challenging times, FMSH is continuing both its First Saturday Concerts and Hard Luck Café series online. Like the Cinema, FMSH is a member of the Huntington Arts Council and the Long Island Arts Alliance. Several FMSH leaders are active in Folk Alliance International and Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA), with which the organization is also affiliated.

NorthShore Original Open Mic (NOOM) is a weekly gathering of Long Island-based songwriters with varying levels of experience who are dedicated to the craft of writing and singing their songs. Hosted by singer-songwriter Toby Tobias, the Wednesday night‬ sessions provide a supportive collegial environment for the performing songwriters. They are also open for other music lovers to enjoy. In light of the ongoing pandemic, NOOM is currently being streamed online via its Facebook group — with participants performing live from their homes in a song-swap format via Zoom. Singer-Songwriter Richard Parr coordinates the livestreams.

Established in 1973, the Cinema Arts Centre ( seeks to bring the best of cinematic artistry to Long Island and use the power of film to expand the awareness and consciousness of our community. Long island’s only not-for-profit, viewer-supported independent cinema presents a wide array of films that are often accompanied by discussions and guest speakers.


December 17, 2020
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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