Mike Meehan & The Lucky Ones at Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame

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Mike Meehan & The Lucky Ones at Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame
LIMEHOF October Music Events, credit Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame

10/15 3-4 pm Mike Meehan & The Lucky Ones

”Songs inspired by traditional and alternative country, punk, folk, literature, and other influences.” MCL Media/Arts

Mike Meehan is an accomplished songwriter and musician. He has been a recording artist for Koch Records, Paradiddle and Louisiana Red Hot.

Hehas released multiple albums as a founding member of roots rock group the Last Hombres (at one time recording and touring with drummer Levon Helm) as well as his own imprint the Lucky Ones. Meehan has appeared on the main stages at the Paramount Huntington, Harry Chapin Theater in Heckscher Park and the Great South Bay Fest. The Lucky Ones latest release is Angel Midnight and was released on Paradiddle Records in 2022.

Meehan grew up on Long Island attending many shows at Stony Brook University, My Father’s Place and numerous local clubs now immortalized in the LIMEHOF.

www.luckyonemusic.com

 

LIMEHOF Hours and ticket details

The Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame is open Wednesdays-Sundays from 12 noon through 5 pm. Admission prices are adult $22.50, Seniors (65+) and veterans $20.00, students (w/ID) $15.00. Children under 12 are free. Tickets and now gift cards can be purchased online at the LIMEHOF.org website and at the door.

The first exhibit features replicas of clubs, with videos of artists performing, ads, posters, instruments, and an exact replica of a typical 1970s stage, with vintage equipment and sound system.

There is also a permanent “Hall of Fame” with plaques and exhibits recognizing over 120 inductees, as well as areas for a library, classrooms for educational programs and master classes, a surround-sound theater and a gift shop with music and entertainment-themed memorabilia.

There are a wide range of compelling visual elements and rare artifacts on display throughout the building. Inducted artists who have donated their memorabilia include Billy Joel, Joan Jett, Debbie Gibson, Blue Öyster Cult, Twisted Sister, and families and estates of Harry Chapin, Guy Lombardo, John Coltrane, and so many more. Donations include various musical instruments, performance outfits, rare posters and photos, handwritten lyrics, and much more.

For more information about the Hall of Fame please visit https://www.limusichalloffame.org/museum/

 

 

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