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Peter Kasin 04 Jan 02 - 12:34 AM
Barry Finn 04 Jan 02 - 06:16 PM
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Subject: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 30 Dec 01 - 10:15 PM

I'll be taking some vacation time January 13-21 to go to New York City. Any music events going on that week I should know about? I'll have my fiddle with me in case of an Irish or sea music session or two. I'll have to check into The Blue Note for some jazz as well. I love this city and am looking forward to taking in music and restaurants, and walking the streets of Manhattan with camera in hand. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

-chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Melani
Date: 31 Dec 01 - 12:45 AM

Be sure and look up Sea Fox Sue.


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Charley Noble
Date: 31 Dec 01 - 05:13 PM

I would think that some of the folks that hang around the shanty swaps at the South Street Seaport could be helpful, if they're not all in hibernation. Do you sing as well as play?


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Dave Swan
Date: 31 Dec 01 - 08:00 PM

No, he plays much better than he sings.


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Melani
Date: 01 Jan 02 - 02:49 AM

Cut that out, Dave, he sings fine!


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: SINSULL
Date: 01 Jan 02 - 05:11 PM

Chanteyranger,
There are several of us in NYC who can make some suggestions. InObu coordinated a dinner for smallpiper just last month. I will check my Pinewoods mailing and give you some ideas. DebraC is performing in January but I think it is early in the month. i will PM you before Fruday. Happy New Year and welcome to the Big Apple. Come prepared to spend lots of money...PLEASE!!!????!!!!


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: katlaughing
Date: 03 Jan 02 - 10:24 AM

You might send Dan Milner a PM. He ought to know what's up at the South Street Seaport.

Sounds like a lot of fun!

kat


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Suffet
Date: 03 Jan 02 - 08:27 PM

Come to the Traditional Music Open Microphone at the Triad Lounge on Thursday, January 17. Get there around 7 PM so you are assured of a 2-song spot. This monthly event is sponsored by the New York Pinewoods Folk Music Club, and is open to everyone.

The Triad Lounge is at 158 West 72nd Street, just a little east of Broadway on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. If coming by subway, take the 1, 2, or 3 train to the 72nd Street stop.

Other suggestions:

1. Call Folk-Fone at (212) 563-4099.

2. Call that same number and leave a message saying that you want a sample copy of the NY Pinewoods newsletter. It contains listings of music events all over the New York metro area and beyond.

3. Visit the NY Pinewoods website at http://www.folkmusicny.org

4. CLICK HERE!


---- Steve


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: GUEST,Marc B
Date: 03 Jan 02 - 10:54 PM

Ditto contacting Dan Milner, too bad the timings not a little different. I'm going down for a Chantey Sing at South Street Jan,06.


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 04 Jan 02 - 12:34 AM

Thanks for the info, folks! I noticed the Seamen's Church chantey sing is on the 19th, which is fortuitous for me, since I didn't know that at the time my supervisor gave me the dates he could let me go. Thanks for the info and link, Suffet, and I'll plan for the Triad. Marc - is the sing you're going to another Seamen's Church one, or are there two chantey sing venues in New York?


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Barry Finn
Date: 04 Jan 02 - 06:16 PM

And after you've done all that come up to Boston & really get an earfull. I'm not to sure that there is that much happening there or maybe they've been keeping secrets from me. Have Happy times while here on the right coast. Good Luck, Barry


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: InOBU
Date: 04 Jan 02 - 06:51 PM

I feel a dinner coming on.... a little song a little dance, a little seltzer in your pants.... Well, who's for dinner? - Larry (InOBU)


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: GUEST
Date: 04 Jan 02 - 09:46 PM

I think its, Same folks Different name, I'm pretty sure the thing I'm doing is at So. St. Seaport.


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: WyoWoman
Date: 04 Jan 02 - 09:53 PM

Take me along, if you love-a me, take me along with yeeewwwwww....


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Suffet
Date: 05 Jan 02 - 11:39 AM

I'm always ready for dinner. Anyone willing to schlep to the Waterfront Crab House in Long Island City, Queens, at the end of Borden Avenue? Or maybe an Indian place like the Jackson Diner in Jackson Heights, close to Mary? Or else, Larry, you go ahead and suggest a place.

--- Steve


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 05 Jan 02 - 05:15 PM

I heard from Liam's Brother, who will likely be at an Irish session Wednesday, in which case I'll be going along to see him and Brian Conway instead of the night at the lounge. So much going on in New York!


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: SINSULL
Date: 05 Jan 02 - 09:27 PM

I am still commuting between home and LI while my father awaits word of his surgery. And I have to get up to Portland to take care of some business. If I am in NYC the night of the dinner, count me in. If it is the Jackson Diner, we can walk to my place and have some music - if you don't mind sitting on the floor amid the boxes.
Mary


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Suffet
Date: 06 Jan 02 - 07:21 AM

IMPORTANT CORRECTION!

The traditional music open microphone at the Triad Lounge is Wednesday, January 16. 2002, and not Thursday. Sorry for posting the wrong information.

Thursday, January 17 is the night of the Riverdale Sing in the Bronx.

Please correct your calendar.

--- Steve


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: CRANKY YANKEE
Date: 06 Jan 02 - 12:13 PM

When you're don with N>Y> Take a flight to T.F. Green Int'l Airport, (Providence, RI) call me on the telephone and I'll come pick you up. We have a couple of "Open Mikes" in Newport, plus some genuine sailor-chanteymen. Look in P.M.'s for my phone number (you'll get to do a lot more than 2 lousy songs, plus jam with other people)
Jody Gibson


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 08 Jan 02 - 04:03 AM

Thanks, CRANKY YANKEE, for the kind offer! Unfortunately I won't have time to stay on the East Coast beyond that week in NYC, but I'd like to take you up on that at some point, if and when the offer's still good. Suffet, thanks for the correction.


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: GUEST,Winters Wages
Date: 08 Jan 02 - 12:30 PM

Glad you are getting away. I have wanted to return your Holiday wishes, but have been busy with all thats going on. Hope you have a great time I am still hanging in there, had guests over New Years Take care and lets get together when you return...You can hear the album I did that you play on (The love song...Remember??) God Bless Winters Wages


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 08 Jan 02 - 11:16 PM

Hello, WW - I'll call you. No problem, I know there's alot going on with your treatments and all. Good to see your post!

InOBU - defer to you for a restaurant suggestion. Anyone going to the Thursday night Bronx singaround? Dinner before that a possibility?


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: CRANKY YANKEE
Date: 08 Jan 02 - 11:22 PM

Of course, the offer has no time limit.

Regards

Jody


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 09 Jan 02 - 12:13 AM

Thanks, Jody!


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: InOBU
Date: 09 Jan 02 - 10:56 PM

I don't have a calandar in front of me, but if any of those dates are a saterday there is good food at O Niels and a good session... Actualy I guess the saterday is feb already... I look into it, Any suggestions Mary (Sinsul)? Larry


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 10 Jan 02 - 12:35 AM

Hi, InOBU - I've plans for Saturday night, but if Thursday the 16th plus the Bronx session works for people....


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Suffet
Date: 12 Jan 02 - 10:04 AM

I'll be taping an appearance on Songs of Freedom on Thursday evening, Jan. 17. The studio is on West 59th between 10th and 11th Avenues in Manhattan, and I have to be there at 7 PM. So it looks like I'll be unable to join folks for dinner. Sorry.

Chanteyranger, Alison K. says "Hello!" You should give her a call.

--- Steve


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 12 Jan 02 - 10:17 PM

Thanks, Suffet, and for the PM w/ folk society info. I'm also free Tuesday night, if that works for anyone. I'll PM you with my NYC contact information. I'll be seeing Alison, and hopefully Ken, at the Saturday night chantey sing on the 19th. Thanks for passing on the message. I'll call her when I'm in. Hopefully some evening will work for a Mudcat dinner (or salmon, ha, ha).

-chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Melani
Date: 12 Jan 02 - 10:35 PM

I understand Mudcats are really good fried in cornmeal.


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: InOBU
Date: 13 Jan 02 - 07:37 AM

This month is getting a bit nutz... the 19th is the yearly get together of the friends of the late lamented Don Miezner, a wonderful maritime model maker, engineer friend of mine, whose wonderful widow, Jo holds a dinner we all used to go to for years and years, decades really, used to be a christmas diner when Don was alive. Two uillian pipers at one diner! Well, also Mazz and I are trying like hell to finish the CD to flog in North Carolina on the 25... so, maybe we can get together one of the days - say in ChinaTown for lunch, and I can give ya a copy of the new CD (hopefully actually done!)
Cheers Larry


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 22 Jan 02 - 01:00 AM

Just a note to thank Suffet for organizing the Friday night dinner in Queens at the Indian restaurant, and the singing and tunes at your house afterwards, and to Liam's Brother for the historical walking tour through your Chelsea neighborhood and the Bowery, and to taking me up to White Plains for the pub session with Brian Conway and friends. A rarity - a session in a pub where patrons are actually listening and quieting down for singers. Those were fine times, and a warm welcome to your corners of NYC. I really appreciate it. It was a great week altogether. Walking Manhattan's neighborhoods by day, seeing South Street Seaport and other museums, and at night going to Irish sessions with friends and to the chantey sing at the Seamen's Church Institute Saturday night. Saw ground zero, with it's moving tributes to lost family members and co-workers posted nearby. New York has an incredible spirit and intensity that no act of terrorism can quell. It's tremendous.

Best,

chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Suffet
Date: 22 Jan 02 - 06:11 AM

You are very welcome.

---- Steve


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: WyoWoman
Date: 22 Jan 02 - 11:26 PM

Very great. I'm glad it was a good trip. One more connection in the Mudcat World Domination tour ... which I'm beginning to envision as a sort of asynchronous, here-and-there, off-again-on-again your-place-or-mine, musical-chairs mix between visiting long-lost relatives and dropping in unannounced on good friends whose gate is always left unlatched ...

Happy you found a welcome, and I'm certain you gave them a lovely gift with your frabjous fiddling.

ww


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Charley Noble
Date: 23 Jan 02 - 09:58 AM

Thanks, Chantyranger, for the follow-up report. One always wonders what happens to Mudcatters after they actually transport to the magic island. Sounds like you had fun.


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: SINSULL
Date: 23 Jan 02 - 10:41 PM

Sorry I missed you, 'ranger. Dad had some more drama that weekend with an trip to the ER. Maybe at the Getaway?


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 24 Jan 02 - 05:39 AM

Missed meeting you too, SINSULL, and I was informed of the reason why. Hope your dad is doing better. Wyo - thanks for the note. If frabjous is something good, I'm honored. To give a full report on this trip would take an essay, but in a nutshell, I feel like I've lived a month in the space of a week. Instead of rushing around trying to see too many sights, I decided to savor the eight days there and spent alot of time at some things, which still ended up as a good many sights seen. Walking the neighborhoods with camera in tow in New York is a special pleasure. Walked to see the Apollo Theatre, which was closed, but I at least saw from the outside this shrine of soul and jazz music. Two of the more unusual museums were the Museum Of Television And Radio - five floors of screening rooms and a database of thousands of TV and radio shows you can search, and then see from a monitor that's assigned to you, up to four selections per visit. What prime choice did I make from all of TV's history?.... Leave It To Beaver's last episode! The other unusual one being the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, which consists of New York's oldest standing tenement, where you take a guided tour through - a very well-done tour that brings home both how miserable those living conditions were, and the special circumstances that families from different eras and ethnic groups faced in tenement life. I'd recommend this tour to anyone, even if you hate guided tours. The museum has raised some controversy, though, as I understand it, as a planned expansion would cause evictions of many neighboring tenants - and what an irony, eh? This trip was full of surprises. It turned out several fiddler friends were performing in Manhattan - people from Boston I rarely get to see outside of a yearly fiddle camp, so it was a very good reunion, and two nights of music into the wee hours at East Village pubs after performances. It's very easy to become a nocturnal creature in New York. Stumbled across all sorts of interesting eateries, galleries, murals, graffiti, happenings. The bottom line: When you're visiting New York, get out and walk New York's streets for most of the day, every day, and magic happens.

-chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Suffet
Date: 24 Jan 02 - 06:28 AM

I would like to take a moment to thank the musicians who came to the small round-robin session we put together at my house for Chanteyranger. They are Gina Tlamsa (flute), Debe Dalton (old-time banjo), and Joel Landy (guitar).

Other 'Catters coming to New York: give us sufficient notice and we will reassemble the crew, possibly with a few additions.

--- Steve


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Subject: RE: chanteyranger in New York
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 25 Jan 02 - 12:05 AM

My thanks as well. It was a pleasure!


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