The Long Island Music Hall of Fame will open in Stony Brook next week

By | November 14, 2022

STONY BROOK, NY – The Lengthy Island Music and Leisure Corridor of Fame will open its doorways to the general public in its new dwelling in Stony Brook on November 25.

The venue consists of a wide selection of fascinating visuals and uncommon artifacts and memorabilia from artists resembling Billy Joel, Joan Jett, Debbie Gibson and Blue Öyster Cult. The households and estates of Harry Chapin, Man Lombardo, John Coltrane and plenty of others additionally donated gadgets.

Donations embrace numerous musical devices, stage apparel, vintage vehicles and bikes, in addition to uncommon posters and pictures and handwritten lyrics.

One of many displays features a costume worn by Dee Snider that was featured on Twisted Sister’s “Keep Hungry” album.

The venue’s location on Primary Avenue in Stony Brook is near different cultural hubs such because the Lengthy Island Museum, Jazz Loft, and Reboli Middle.

Museum president Ernie Canadeo mentioned the group’s employees members had been “thrilled” to have discovered “a everlasting dwelling in such an exquisite place,” Ernie Canadeo mentioned.

“We’re thrilled to have the ability to share our world-class displays and distinctive assortment of memorabilia that showcase Lengthy Island’s wealthy and various music and leisure historical past in new and thrilling methods,” he mentioned in an announcement. group press.

“We have now completely different and thrilling displays, displays, movies and academic choices that make the middle a vibrant place that folks go to usually,” he mentioned.

Dr. Patrick O’Shaughnessy, president and CEO of Lengthy Island Catholic Well being Companies, who has been a powerful supporter and sponsor of the ward, known as the challenge a “one-of-a-kind cultural vacation spot,” saying he helps its mission to showcase the music of the area. and leisure legends whereas inspiring the following era to construct on Lengthy Island’s cultural heritage by way of its area people schooling and scholarship packages.

“We additionally sit up for partnering with a really particular program combining music, leisure and well being to be introduced in early 2023,” he added.

The primary exhibition, created by world famend designer Kevin O’Callaghan, titled “Lengthy Island’s Legendary Membership Scene – Nineteen Sixties-Eighties”, is designed to be an exploration of golf equipment by way of the legendary membership scene of the 60s, 70s and 80.

It not solely options membership replicas, with movies of artists performing, but in addition commercials, posters, devices and an actual duplicate of a typical Nineteen Sixties stage, full with classic gear and a sound system. sound system. There’s additionally a everlasting Corridor of Fame with plaques and displays recognizing greater than 120 inductees, in addition to areas for a library, lecture rooms for academic packages like masterclasses, a encompass sound theater and a present store with music and entertainment-themed memorabilia. .

The museum shall be open Wednesday by way of Sunday from midday to five p.m. Admission costs are $19.50 for adults, $17 for seniors over 65 and veterans, and $15 for college kids with legitimate ID. Youngsters underneath 12 can enter without spending a dime.

For extra info or to purchase tickets, go to www.limehof.org

Here’s a checklist of inductees:

(It is in alphabetical order by artist, New York or Lengthy Island connection, and date of induction)

1. Aaron Copland, Brooklyn, 2008
2. Al Kooper, Brooklyn/Hollis Hills Queens, 2010
3. Arlo Guthrie, Coney Island, Brooklyn, 2008
4. Artie Kornfeld, Brooklyn, 2018
5. Barbra Streisand, Brooklyn, 2008
6. Barnaby Bye, West Hempstead, 2012
7. Beverly Sills, Brooklyn, 2008
8. Massive Daddy Kane, Brooklyn, 2016
9. Billy Joel, Hicksville, 2006
10. Cult of the Blue Oyster, Stony Brook, 2008
11. Bob Buchmann, Half Hole Hills, 2008
12. Bob Gruen, Massive Neck, 2010
13. CSS Safety Service, Hempstead, 2012
14. Carole King, Brooklyn, 2008
15. Carter Burwell, Port of Chilly Spring, 2016
16.Charles Koppelman, Brooklyn, 2016
17. Clive Davis, Brooklyn, 2014
18. Connie Stevens, Brooklyn, 2012
19. Cyndi Lauper, Brooklyn/Queens, 2006
20. Debbie Gibson, Merrick, 2006
21. Dennis McNamara, Backyard Metropolis, 2010
22. Donnie McClurkin, Amityville, 2010
23. Doug Stegmeyer, Flushing, Queens, 2014
24. Dream Theater, Lengthy Seashore/Kings Park, 2010
25. EPMD, Brentwood, 2018
26. Eddie Cash Brooklyn/Plainedge, 2008
27. Eddie Palmieri, Queens, 2010
28. Edward “Little Buster” forehand, Westbury, 2006
29. Ellie Greenwich, Brooklyn/Levittown, 2012
30. Elliott Murphy, Rockville Middle/Backyard Metropolis, 2018
31. Eric B. & Rakim, Elmhurst, Queens/Wyandanch, 2010
32. Ervin Drake, Massive Neck, 2012
33. Garland Jeffreys, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, 2016
34. Gary US Bonds, Wheatley Heights, 2006
35. Gene Simmons, Brooklyn, 2006
36.George Gershwin, Brooklyn, 2006
37. George M. Cohan, Kings Level, 2006
38. George “Shadow” Morton, Brooklyn/Hicksville, 2006
39. Gerry Goffin, Brooklyn, 2014

40. Good Instances Journal, Place Carle, 2018
41. Man Lombardo, Freeport, 2008
42. Harry Chapin, Brooklyn/Huntington, 2006
43. James D’Aquisto, Brooklyn/Huntington/Farmingdale/Greenport, 2006
44. Jean Ritchie, Port Washington, 2008
45. Jim Steinman, Hewlett, 2016
46. ​​Jimmy Webb, Bayville, 2018
47. Joan Jett, Lengthy Seashore, 2006
48. Joe Butler and Steve Boone – The Loving Spoon, Lengthy Island, 2012
49. John Coltrane, Ten Hills, 2006
50. John Zorn, Queens, 2010
51. Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, 2006
52. Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, Brooklyn, 2018
53. Jones Seashore Theatre, Jones Seashore/Wantagh, 2012
54. Kenny Vance, Queens, 2008
55. Kurtis Blow, Harlem, New York, 2014
56. LL Cool J, Bay Shore/Queens, 2008
57. Leo Kraft, Brooklyn, 2012
58. Leslie West, Forest Hills, Queens, 2006
59. Liberty DeVitto, Seaford, 2014
60. Little Anthony and the Imperials, Brooklyn, 2006
61. Lengthy Island Philharmonic Orchestra, Melville, 2006
62. Lou Reed, Freeport, 2010
63. Louis Armstrong, Queens, 2008
64. Mariah Carey, Huntington, 2008
65. Marian McPartland, Port Washington, 2006
66. Marvin Hamlisch, Westhampton Seashore, 2008
67. Melanie, Astoria, Queens, 2018
68. Michael Lang, Brooklyn, 2018
69. Morton Gould, Richmond Hill, Queens, 2010
70. Mose Allison, Smithtown, 2006
71. At My Dad’s, Roslyn, 2010
72. Neil Diamond, Brooklyn, 2008
73. Neil Sedaka, Brooklyn, 2006
74. Mark Oscar, Brooklyn, 2010
75. Pat Benatar Brooklyn/Lindenhurst, 2008
76. Paul Stanley, Brooklyn, 2006
77. Perry Como, Port Washington, 2006
78. Peter Criss, Brooklyn, 2006
79. Public Enemy, Backyard Metropolis, 2008
80. Randy Weston, Brooklyn, 2012
81. Richie Cannata, Brooklyn/Backyard Metropolis 2014
82. Richie Havens, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, 2006
83. Ron Alexenburg, Port Jefferson, 2006

84. Ron Delsener, East Hampton, 2014
85. Roy Haynes, Baldwin, 2010
86. Run-DMC, Queens, 2006
87. Russell Javors, Brooklyn/Plainview, 2014
88. Salt-N-Pepa, Queens/Brooklyn, 2012
89. Sam Ash, Brooklyn, 2006
90. Sam “Bluzman” Taylor, Iceland 2006
91. Sandy Pearlman, Rockaway, Queens/Stony Brook, 2016
92. Santo and Johnny, Brooklyn, 2016
93. Seymour Stein, Brooklyn, 2018
94. Simon & Garfunkel, Forest Hills, Queens, 2008
95. Stanley Drucker, Brooklyn, 2012
96. Steve Martin, Lengthy Island, 2010
97. Steve Thompson, Brooklyn, 2014
98. Steve Vai, Place Carle, 2016
99. Stony Brook College, Stony Brook, 2006
100. Stray Cats, Massapequa, 2006
101. Suffocation, Centereach, 2012
102. Resume on Sunday, Lengthy Seashore, 2018
103. Taylor Dayne, Baldwin, 2012
104. Teddy Charles, Greenpoint/Riverhead, 2010
105. The Good Rats, Brooklyn/Queens, 2008
106. Carole Demas & Paula Janis of Magic Backyard, Brooklyn, 2010
107. The Ramones, Forest Hills, Queens, 2008
108. The Shangri Las, Cambria Heights, Queens, 2010
109. The Thunder Chicken Sisters and the Shinnecock Indian Nation, Shinnecock, 2012
110. The Tokens, Brooklyn, 2008
111. Tony Bennett, Astoria, Queens, 2006
112. Twisted Sister, Queens/Baldwin, 2006
113. Vanilla fudge, Lengthy Island, 2006
114. Vince Giordano, Brooklyn/Hauppauge, 2016
115. WALK 97.5 FM, Patchogue, 2012
116. Walter Becker, Queens, 2008
117. Westbury Music Truthful, Westbury 2016
118. Whodini, Brooklyn, 2012
119. William “Rely” Basie, Queens, 2008
120. Zebra, Lengthy Island, 2012
121. “Cousin” Brucie Morrow, Brooklyn, 2018