A holiday concert featuring some of Long Island’s top musicians will also offer a visit from the Long Island Music Hall of Fame’s mobile museum.
The LIMHOF holiday show, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 17 at The Space at Westbury, will feature orchestras, jazz bands and singers from six local high schools.
Also performing will be saxophonist John Scarpulla, the musical director for Diana Ross who has also played with Jeff Beck and Tower of Power; guitarist Tommy Byrnes from Billy Joel’s band; drummer Albert Bouchard from Blue Oyster Cult; former American Idol contestant Christian Padavan and several others.
Parked outside the event will be the Winnebago that serves as LIMHOF’s mobile museum, featuring memorabilia that chronicles Long Island’s rich music history. The mobile museum was parked last week at Nassau Coliseum during the Dead & Company shows. The organization is still searching for a building to set up shop permanently.
The cost of admission is a voluntary donation to the music nonprofit.