Featuring Special Guests Dysfunktone, and Mike O’Donnel
“One of Long Island’s best kept secrets.” Since forming in January 2017, Baked Shrimp has broken into the Long Island and NYC jam scene, and over the course of the past two years, the high-energy rock trio has played unique shows across the Northeast, sharing stages with names such as Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, Flux Capacitor, Electric Love Machine, Formula 5, Kendall Street Company, LITZ, and more. On any given night the pace can change from a pop tune to a heavy rock song to a classical section which weaves in and out of keys and time signatures. The band thrives off each other’s energy making every night a new experience. Baked Shrimp successfully released their debut album Feast of Delight in March of 2018 that puts front and center a distinct ’90s indie vibe. They look to build on the success of their album with extensive touring over the coming year.
Dysfunktone is a group of four friends from Long Island New York who share a passion for performing, songwriting and recording. The music they create revolves around deep pocket funk and improvisation, yet sticks to no particular genre.
The O’Donnell family acoustic duo (or O’Duo) features Mike O’Donnell of Carrie and the Cats (vocals/guitar) and his father Shaugn O’Donnell (lead guitar). Their focus is simple tunes with room for improvisation and a little newgrass flavor.