Don’t miss out on live performances from local musicians, Robert Bruey and Lydia Sabosto, during our 4-course New Year’s Eve Prix Fixe Dinner on December 31st at 5pm.
Get to know Robert Bruey
Bruey, a skilled singer-songwriter and guitarist, grew up in rural New England and currently lives on Long Island’s North Fork. In his music, you can feel his musical influences, Dave Matthews, John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, and Jackson Browne, among others. He describes his own music as “ soulful, honest and real” and often employs a deft and unique finger-picking style that complements his earthy voice and the introspection in his lyrics.
John Platt of WFUV Radio called the artist “an undiscovered gem whose light has been hidden on Eastern Long Island” and said Bruey had “[an] expressive voice in service to well-crafted songs and a talented musical team.”
Bonnie Grice, award-winning broadcaster and music show host on WPPB 88.3 FM said “Robert Bruey is one of those singer/songwriters who gets your attention without raising his voice, no smoke and mirrors, no need for speed. Just the words, the guitar, and his marvelous melodies. A soulful storyteller.”
Learn about Lydia Sabosto
Talented pianist, Lydia Sabosto will be the opening act of entertainment performing from 5pm – 8pm at Bistro 72 on New Year’s Eve.
She describes her sound as “jazzy” and she’s most inspired by contemporary jazz and R&B musician, Patti Austin. She particularly loves and respects Austin’s arrangements of familiar tunes (listen to Austin’s song “Baby Come to Me,” if you’re curious.)
She’s taken her passion for music and performing and distilled it into an album, “A Suitcase of Memories.” You can hear her original music on Spotify here or catch her live at Bistro 72 on New Year’s Eve.
Enjoy their original songs and covers on December 31, 2016, starting at 5pm, all while savoring our 4-course Prix Fixe dinner (full menu here.) Just call (631) 369-3325 to make a reservation. We look forward to serving you!