Acoustic Long Island

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Welcome to the #1 Acoustic Podcast on iTunes! Our live events will transport you to an intimate room in Long Island, NY with some of the country's best independent acoustic artists, playing folk, acoustic rock, blues, ragtime - you name it. If it's acoustic, it's at Acoustic Long Island. And it's all FREE. Performers have included: Ben Taylor (son of James Taylor and Carly Simon), The Chapin Sisters (daughters of Tom Chapin and neices of Harry Chapin), Jesse Rubin, Liz Longley, Johnny Cuomo, Tim Blane, Chris Ayer, Howard Emerson, Mieka Pauley, Madi Diaz, David Berkeley, Brooke Campbell, Pat Wictor, Miles to Dayton, Stephanie Smith, Akiva, Danielle Miraglia, Andy Mac, Dan Stevens, and Red Molly. ©2014 Deepwells Farm Historical Society.

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    Podcast Details

    Started
    Sep 16th, 2011
    Latest Episode
    Oct 11th, 2018
    Release Period
    Weekly
    No. of Episodes
    133
    Avg. Episode Length
    33 minutes
    Explicit
    No

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