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Music for Front Porches 2010
posted: July 28, 2010
Tommy Ramone and Claudia Tienan -- aka Uncle Monk -- will be visiting the Mystery Spot porch again on August 22nd....

It’s time once again for the Mystery Spot’s Annual Music for Front Porches series! (As always, FREE, and everyone’s invited.)
All season long my vintage shop - Homer & Langley's Mystery Spot Antiques - is hosting FREE special musical performances by some of our favorite musicians and bands on Sunday afternoons on our front porch on Main Street in beautiful downtown Phoenicia, NY (about 2 1/2 hours from NYC).

coming this 2010 season:

Ida (Elizabeth Mitchell & Daniel Littleton) and The Naysayer - Sun. August 1 @ 1 PM

Holly Miranda – Sun. August 8 @ 1 PM
Mercury Rev (Grasshopper and Jonathan) AND Dean & Britta - Sun. August 15 @ 1 PM

Uncle Monk (Tommy Ramone & Claudia Tienan) – Sun. August 22 @ 2 PM
Ambrosia Parsley (Shivaree) & Chris Maxwell – coming Columbus Day Weekend!

….and more! (p.s. click on the names above to link to their websites).
We also have a brand new blog: http://www.mysteryspotvintage.com
*please call the shop or check the blog just in case there are any last-minute scheduling changes.

Mystery Spot Antiques occupies seven packed-to-the-ceilings rooms in a former 1800's Main Street hotel and is home (until you buy it) to an amazing array of hand-picked vintage clothing, housewares, antiquarian art books, rusticalia, mid-century lighting and found objects. Every week we bring in fresh stacks of vintage vinyl dug out of a recently purchased estate collection of over 15,000 used records, and armfuls of killer estate-fresh vintage clothing. For nine seasons this "shrine to clutter" has been the "must-see" destination for treasure hunters, thrifters, crate diggers, tourists, musicians, curiosity seekers, fashion designers, prop stylists, and even a famous face or two. Even when the shop is not open, customers are welcome to dig through the dollar record bins and famous Yard Sale in a Box on the front porch, with an honor box/money drop at your service.
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Harry July 28, 2010
Worth the drive from Baltimore. Maybe 5 hours.
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