Friday, 19 February 2016


Kofi Baker (Credit: Bay Street Theater, Courtesy)
Kofi Baker, son of Cream drummer Ginger Baker, will perform with Corky Laing of “Mountain” at the Bay Street Theater on Feb. 26. (Credit: Bay Street Theater, Courtesy)
Although the latter half of this winter has blanketed the East End with snow and some nasty arctic temperatures, the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is turning up the heat with fantastic music offerings celebrating rock-a-billy, Latin Dance and tributes to some classic rock and roll icons.
One of the East End’s premier venues for production of original theater by both new and established playwrights, Bay Street does not close its doors in the dead of winter. Quite the opposite actually, as artistic director Scott Schwartz and his team create an off-season lineup of winter and spring break acting classes for students, a film series, stand-up comedy, the “Goat On A Boat” marionette puppet series, and plenty of music.
Here are northforker’s top 5 winter music picks at the theater for Sag Harbor locals or those willing to brave the cold to travel to this wonderful historic whaling village and enjoy some great music!
The Ultimate Classic Rock Experience: Friday, Feb. 26, 8 p.m. $25 advance / $30 door.
Revisit the glory days of ’60s and ’70s rock and get firsthand accounts from two extraordinary musicians: Corky Laing of “Mountain” and Kofi Baker, son of the legendary drummer Ginger Baker, who along with Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce formed the band “Cream.” Enjoy hits from both “Mountain” and “Cream” and then seize the opportunity to join in on a Q&A with these two incredible drummers.
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