It’s been over five years since Suzanne Vega’s first performance at Landmark on Main Street, and the wait for her return has, for some of us, been way too long. But that day finally arrived on May 31st, and even torrential thunderstorms couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm.
From the Landmark announcement: Tom Arnold is well known for his work on Roseanne and in over thirty films including True Lies, Nine Months, Austin Powers, Hero, Exit Wounds and Animal Factory. We’re thrilled to welcome him to our stage!
“Rhiannon (Giddens) Rings Like a Bell Through the Night” on the Landmark Stage – Live music review by Ann Latner
From the Landmark announcement: Rhiannon Giddens, best known as a member of the Grammy- winning Carolina Chocolate Drops, had an extraordinary star-is-born moment September 2013 at the Another Day, Another Time concert at NYC’s Town Hall — a celebration of the music that inspired the Coen brothers’ film Inside Llewyn Davis. In early 2015, Giddens […]
From the Landmark announcement: “Two artists whose wit will make you laugh, lyrics will make you cry and whose performances will ensure you leave the show smiling!”
A sad fact of life is that people often skip concerts given by performers they aren’t familiar with, thereby missing some phenomenal music and amazing shows. Friday night’s concert by Nicole Atkins (@NicoleAtkins) at Landmark on Main Street was exactly that, and whoever unfortunately missed it, missed what may be one of the best shows […]
►Read Ann’s review posted on 3 March 2015. From the Landmark announcement: “Nicole @NicoleAtkins is one of the premier female rock vocalists touring today, and a WFUV Fave. Her newest album, Slow Phaser, is Nicole Atkins at her confident and unpredictable best – spirited, sexy, and determinedly forward thinking. Roots Rock Series Sponsored by Beth […]
From the Landmark announcement: “Join us as we welcome John Platt back for his second annual Long Island edition of On Your Radar featuring three incredible artists: Spuyten Duyvil who is called “a mighty powerhouse” by The Huffington Post; Blues Hall of Fame inductee Toby Walker and Carsie Blanton, last seen at Landmark opening for […]
Last Sunday, December 14th, Darlene Love performed her fourth sold out holiday show on Landmark’s newly renovated stage
If you didn’t have soul going into this show, you surely had soul coming out of it. On Saturday, November 22, The Blind Boys of Alabama, with special guest, Roger Street Friedman, put on a show that will long be remembered. [Jump to slideshow by Steven Sandick] Long Island singer-songwriter Roger Street Friedman, and his […]