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John Michael Hersey

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Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, 895 Shore Road, Pelham Bay Park,, The Bronx, NY 10464

First Friday is kicking off the season with a performance by John Michael Hersey. Enjoy the music, explore the museum, and stroll the garden; light refreshments are available. The free trolley makes an hourly loop starting at 5:25 p.m. from the #6 Pelham Bay Park subway station to Bartow-Pell to City Island.

Heritage Members and above: Free; Friend Members: $5; Not-Yet Members: Adults $15; Seniors/Students $10

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The Michaels

808 Social, 185 Summerfield Street, Scarsdale, NY

The Michaels will be doing our acoustic guitar duo thing this Friday, 9/13 from 7:30 to 10:30pm. Join us!



The Michaels

Paddys on the Bay, 50 Pennyfield Ave, Bronx, NY



John Michael Hersey Casting Shadows

Pelham Art Center, 155 Fifth Ave, Pelham, New York

The Pelham Art Center is pleased to host an evening of of music and wine with John Michael Hersey. Singer/Songwriter/Actor John Michael Hersey has released ten albums of his music including the March 2019 album Casting Shadows. Known for his sophisticated yet accessible melding of rock, pop, folk, blues and country, Hersey is first and foremost a storyteller, one who happens to play a mean guitar. wrote that Hersey’s album, Dreamtime “proves to be an absolute, unhinged kind of joy, one sung straight from the heart, showing off [an] uncanny ear for melody.” And Tom Franks of wrote that Hersey’s Adirondack “is raw, hard, observant and thought provoking.”

Hersey performs as a solo act and as a member of the duo The Michaels. For many years he was the musical director, guitarist and second tenor for the legendary doo-wop group Speedo and the Cadillacs. In 2010, UMass Press published his book, Forever Doo-wop, about his experiences working with the Cadillacs and other vocal groups. As an actor he recently appeared as Joe Belarosky in the Theater for the New City production of William Electric Black’s Betty and the Belrays and as Warden Whalen in the La Mama production of Tennessee Williams’ Not about Nightingales. Currently he serves as Manager of Creative Arts at The Fortune Society, a non-profit that provides services for people involved with the criminal justice system.

Come experience the talents of this Pelham resident.

This event is free and open to the public.