Pat Wictor Long Island CD release, January 10!  co-bill w/ Harry Manx!

Hi Folks--

Happy Holidays to you, and Merry Christmas eve, to those who do Christmas.  Apologies if this is a duplicate--I tried sending this yesterday, and there appeared to be computer trouble.

I'm playing at the University Cafe in Stony Brook on January 10, as part of the Sunday Street Acoustic Series hosted by WUSB's Charlie Backfish.  I'm very, very excited about this show for two reasons:

•-It's a co-bill with one of my musical heroes, Harry Manx (  Harry is a fellow lap slide player who studied in India for many years, and seamlessly and brilliantly combines the blues with Indian music.  He's also got a warm, gruff voice, writes fantastic songs, and does memorable covers of tunes.   I've listened to his work very closely, and have been meaning to meet him for years.

•-It's my Long Island CD release for my new CD, "Living Ever-Lovin' LIVE," a collection of live performances from around the East Coast, with a bunch of new songs.  

Sunday, January 10, 2:00pm
University Cafe
SUNY Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY  11794

Advance tickets highly recommended--the show will likely sell out!
$25 / $20 adv.


Make a left into the Main Entrance from Nicolls Road. At the first light make a right. Go to the second stop sign and make a left. Follow the road until you see the stadium parking lot on your right hand side. The University Café is located in the Stony Brook Union Building. Look for the red awning with the words "University Café."

If it's easier for you to get to Manhattan than Stony Brook, I'm doing another CD release in NYC two days later (January 12), at the Living Room, as part of WFUV's "On Your Radar" series.  Go here for details:

Many thanks for listening!   Stay warm, and all the best to you and yours for the holidays!
Warm regards,

**I now give lessons and coaching in guitar, songwriting,
song interpretation, and performance, in Brooklyn and on the road.  
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