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Nancy Atlas performing at Bay Street Theater.

Nancy Atlas performing at Bay Street Theater.

authorStaff Writer on Oct 26, 2020

Montauk-based musician Nancy Atlas is bringing live music back to The Stephen Talkhouse — sort of.

The Friday Night Hustle is a six-episode music series that begins November 13 and runs every Friday night at 8 p.m. through December 18. The series features favorite East End musicians performing at The Talkhouse with audience members able to access the concert online. Once a link is purchased and the concert airs, it can be watched over and over again and at any time.

Episode one of The Friday Night Hustle on November 13 will feature The Nancy Atlas Project (including Atlas with Johnny Blood, Brett King, Richard Rosch and Joe Delia), Danny Kean, Mamalee Rose, Inda Eaton, Gene Casey and Klyph Black.

All proceeds go toward the participating musicians and The Talkhouse staff. Tickets are offered on a sliding scale range of $10 to $100 per episode. Purchase a “Friend of the Hustle” package of all six episodes for $300 and get a swag bag of goodies, too. Those struggling due to the pandemic are invited to take advantage of the “Pay What You Can” offer. To purchase tickets, visit nancyatlas.com.

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