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Huntertones to Perform at the Clubhouse

Sat, 04/06/2024 - 10:56
The Huntertones
Karston Tannis

The Huntertones, an acclaimed Brooklyn-based band that plays "genre-bending" and "unconventional" covers and original songs, is coming to the Clubhouse on Tuesday evening, featuring the East Hampton High School jazz band as the host and opening act.

The Huntertones have gotten rave reviews nearly everywhere they go, including from Jon Batiste, the Oscar-winning, multi-instrumental composer, singer, and TV personality who is the subject of the documentary "American Symphony." Mr. Batiste said the group plays "honest, genuine, skillfully executed music without limitations, that is uplifting and cannot be quantified."

Admission to the Clubhouse show, which is also a fund-raiser for the high school jazz band, is $15 cash at the door or by Venmo in advance. The cost includes a $10 credit for the arcade. Food and drinks will be available for cash-only purchases. The doors open at 6 and the show starts at 7.


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