Area Musicians Remain Optimistic About Life And Playing After COVID - 27 East

Area Musicians Remain Optimistic About Life And Playing After COVID

Express Sessions: Musicians in Lockdown: Keeping the Music Alive
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Express Sessions: Musicians in Lockdown: Keeping the Music Alive

Dan Koontz

Dan Koontz

Gene Casey

Gene Casey

Inda Eaton

Inda Eaton

Joseph P. Shaw

Joseph P. Shaw

Judy Carmichael

Judy Carmichael

Nancy Atlas

Nancy Atlas

Nick Kraus

Nick Kraus

The panel for Musicians in Lockdown: Keeping the Music Alive

The panel for Musicians in Lockdown: Keeping the Music Alive

The panel for Musicians in Lockdown: Keeping the Music Alive

The panel for Musicians in Lockdown: Keeping the Music Alive

Gene Casey and Nancy Atlas performing virtually.

Gene Casey and Nancy Atlas performing virtually.

Inda Eaton and Friends performing at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor in 2016.
MICHAEL HELLER

Inda Eaton and Friends performing at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor in 2016. MICHAEL HELLER

Inda Eaton and Friends performing at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor in 2016.
MICHAEL HELLER

Inda Eaton and Friends performing at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor in 2016. MICHAEL HELLER

authorBill Sutton on Mar 3, 2021
The mood was light last Thursday, February 25, when a handful of musicians joined the Express News Group for a panel discussion on the music industry during the pandemic, and... more

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