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Soul Spectacular Courtesy Of The HooDoo Loungers

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Eamonn Bowles

Eamonn Bowles

authorStaff Writer on Feb 22, 2020

The HooDoo Loungers have been lauded as the go-to party band of the East End. The group’s next energetic live music concert Soul Spectacular will be at Bay Street in Sag Harbor on Saturday, February 29, at 8 p.m. The HooDoo Loungers will take the stage with special guest Mighty Ramon & The Phantoms of Soul.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary last year, the electrifying HooDoo Loungers sold out their Queen of Soul concert, which was a tribute to Aretha Franklin, and performed as part of the 2019 Sag Harbor American Music Festival.

The Bay Street evening will present the band digging deep into the roots of 1960s and 1970s classic soul. In the capable hands of the HooDoo’s vocalists Dawnette Darden, Marvin Joshua and Michael Schiano, the music of Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles and many others will certainly bring down the house.

Joining the evening as special guest, Mighty Ramon & The Phantoms of Soul will be making their soulful Bay Street debut. In performances from New York City to Riverhead, the Huntington-based ensemble has been tossing up their ear-splitting covers to zealous crowds with music by Wilson Pickett, The Animals, Otis Clay, and many more. The band is composed of frontman and vocalist Eamonn Bowles, guitarist Dave Wise, bassist Steve Kaplan, drummer Howard Silverman, keyboardist Paul Johnston, and a horn section with Eric Altarac and Tom Mineo.

Tickets for The HooDoo Loungers are $30 in advance, $40 day of the show, at baystreet.org or by calling 631-725-9500.

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