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Stepping Out

Allmost Brothers salutes the Allman Brothers


In Concert

Allmost Brothers Band

The popular tribute band enthusiastically performs, honoring the tradition of the legendary Allman Brothers Band. Working within the framework of the incredible and vast songbook of the legendary Allman Brothers, the Allmost Brothers inject something new, fresh and exciting into the material. They stand out with high-level musicianship, authentic improvisational interplay and dedication to the high octane performance and power that established the original ABB back in 1969. The accomplished band members — Sean McGrath, and Dave Filloramo on lead guitars, Joe Wasserman on vocals and keyboards, Dave Losee and Bruce Dickson on drums, Tom Hooker on bass, and Bob Oven on vocals/percussion/harmonica — thrive on chemistry and improvisation, bringing a unique fire to the songbook of the ABB. Duane Allman had a clear vision all those years ago, to spread the gospel of American blues, R&B, and jazz music everywhere. The Allmost Brothers share this same vision and precisely executive the ABB legacy with their explosive sound.

Friday, Oct. 25, 8 p.m. $20-$25. Landmark on Main Street, Jeanne Rimsky Theater, 232 Main St., Port Washington. (516) 767-6444 or www.landmarkonmainstreet.org.

Seasonal Fun

Ghostly Gala

Long Island Children’s Museum opens its doors for its annual Ghostly Gala, always a popular source of Halloween fun for area families. Everyone is encouraged to visit the museum in their most creative and dazzling costumes (adults too) for a safe and spooky Halloween celebration. The mood will be set with creepy music heard throughout the museum, as all gather for evening of festive goings-on, including some trick or treating throughout the galleries. There’s no need to bring a goody bag to collect your treats, visitors will decorate their own special bag, along all sorts of activities that bring out the creatively spooky flavor of this time of year. Visitors can have their face painted, make creepy craft projects to take home, and meet some of the museum’s resident animals. Also all Halloween adventurers are invited to the Scaredy-Cat Scarecrow Show, an interactive seasonal adventure, featuring magic, music and comic antics.

Saturday, Oct. 26, 6-9 p.m. $12, with additional $4 show fee. Long Island Children’s Museum, Museum Row, Garden City. (516) 224-5800 or www.licm.org.