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Photos: ‘Nightclub Concert’ Benefits Lewisboro Library

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LEWISBORO, N.Y. – The Lewisboro Library’s Nightclub Concert Series continued Friday, June 8, with a concert featuring Lynne Robyn Barasch. The Nightclub Concerts are fundraisers to benefit the Lewisboro Library’s operating fund.

Barasch is a singer-songwriter whose music has been featured on television, in film, and on dozens of recordings. She has also played in numerous New York City venues including the Bitter End and Symphony Space.

The band featured musical director Kinny Landrum (“Twin Peaks”) on keyboards, Seth Glassman on bass, Paul Malta on guitar, Jordan Jancz on cello, and special guest Broadway performer Nicholas Barasch on vocals (“West Side Story,” “She Loves Me,” “Big River”). They played original folk-pop tunes and some covers of songs by Joni Mitchell, Norah Jones, Bonnie Raitt and James Taylor.

All photos were taken by Deena Bell for The Katonah-Lewisboro Times.

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