2007-01-19 / Community

Mason And Sebastian At North Fork February 3

Live Nation presents two Rock & Roll Hall of Fame legends, Dave Mason performing with his band, and John Sebastian performing solo & acoustic at the North Fork Theatre at Westbury on Saturday, February 3 at 8 p.m. These classic rock artists will be performing over 40 years of hits including Dave Mason's "Feelin' Alright" and John Sebastian's "Welcome Back."

Rock & Roll wouldn't be the same without Dave Masson who helped found Traffic in 1967 with Steve Winwood. While the uneasy chemistry between Mason and Winwood ultimately caused the group's demise, Mason was able to write a number of catchy folk-rock songs as well as "Feelin' Alright," one of the bands greatest hits. Among others, Dave Mason contributed to Jimi Hendrix' "Electric Ladyland," The Rolling Stones' "Beggars Banquet," and George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass." He joined Delaney & Bonnie and with them recorded his composition "Only You Know and I Know" with Eric Clapton. More guest appearances on albums for Paul McCartney, Crosby & Nash, Stephen Stills, and Fleetwood Mac and a successful solo career have kept him busy. He is best know for hits such as "We Just Disagree" and "Let It Go, Let It Flow."

Best known for his number one pop single "Welcome Back," singer, songwriter, and musician, John Sebastian, has been performing his music since the age of 16. As founder and leader of the folk-rock band the Lovin' Spoonful, he has written a ton of classics such as, "Do You Believe In Magic," "Daydream," "Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind," and "Summer in the City." His solo career took off after his appearance at Woodstock and he became a fixture on the rock festival circuit. Widely known for his incredible ability to play the harmonica, Sebastian has been featured on albums by The Doors, Bob Dylan, and many others.

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