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89N Flashback: The first ever Mitch-A-Palooza brings great music for a better cause.

There are few communities that are more tight-knit than a music community. This can be large scale or small. The thing that makes any community of music fans special is the fact that they share a completely innocent common ground. Often, they grow with it and it becomes a part of them. As the music
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The Lawn Boys bring the best of Phish to Long Island

There is no doubt that the south shore of Long Island loves to jam. There are no bedtimes when a good band comes out to show us a good time, and The Lawn Boys fit that ticket. On Friday, February 1st, the boys came for an awesome late-night party that started at ten and rocked
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Emily Kinney showcases her lesser known talent.

There are few people who are unaware of the hype surrounding AMC’s hit series, The Walking Dead, even if they’re not yet hooked on it themselves. Emily Kinney, ho plays Beth Greene, is known for the maternal character that she portrays on the show. However, when she took the stage at 89 North on Friday,
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The Front Bottoms bring an explosive night to 89N

With the right music, any night of the year can feel like a Saturday in the middle of the summer and there is no up and coming band other than The Front Bottoms who would be better suited to turn a Thursday night show in January into the sweatiest dance party of the year. In
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New Piracy treats Long Island to a rare set.

    Friday, January 25th was an epic night for metal and hard-rock fans of Long Island. Fans flooded the floor of 89 North immediately at the 7:30 door call, eager for a night of rock and roll. The nights entertainment would be two heavyweights of the local scene, Year of the Locust and New Piracy.
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Long Island locals bring the heat.

The Long Island local scene proved that it knows how to party last Friday, January 11th. Maybe they were celebrating the end of the Polar Vortex, or maybe they were just excited to see four incredible acts from right outside their doors performing, but the house packed out for This Damn Universe, Aqua Cherry, Dune
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