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|We are back singing at South Street Seaport, aboard the Wavertree, on the first Sunday of May to September. Shanties, ballads, songs of the sea — come sing along, lead a song, or just listen and enjoy. Special $5 Chantey Sing ticket includes entrance to the Seaport Museum’s Wavertree. (Other South Street Seaport Museum activities not included.) Tickets at www.seaportmuseum.org/calendar, Code: Chantey2019 or at seaportmuseum.org/chantey2019 to have the code automatically applied.|
|Join us on the first Wednesday of each month for a family-friendly open sing. Bring your voice, instruments, friends, neighbors, and children. Drop by for a couple of songs or the whole evening. At the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, 53 Prospect Park West (basement), Brooklyn (near 2nd St.). Directions (pdf format). Take F train to 7th Ave.; Q train to 7th Ave.; 2/3 train to Grand Army Plaza. Hosted by Ethical Culture and FMSNY, Alison Kelley, and Tom Weir. Info: 212-695-5924.|
|Singer, raconteur, actor, and author David Jones
is noted for his wonderful voice and expressive
vocal style, whether singing ballads, love songs, or
raucous Music Hall numbers.
Among the friends will be Bill Shute, a fine guitar player who has appeared on several of David's albums, Ken Schatz, and Heather Wood. Plus some surprise guests.
At St John's Lutheran Church, 81 Christopher Street, near the Christopher St Station on the #1 train. Contribution $20 members, $25 non-members.
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