Tweed’s Restaurant in Riverhead is hosting musician Tommy Keys on Saturday, August 9 and throughout the rest of the summer season.
Tommy Keys is a blues musician whose style encompasses New Orleans jazz, funk and boogie-woogie. The Long Island native has performed all over the United States and internationally, from the Pigs & Peaches Festival in Georgia to the Burghausen Jazz Festival in Germany. In 2012, he was inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame and he most recently released the CD “Devils Den.” He will perform regularly at Tweed’s Restaurant into even after the summer ends.
Tweed’s Restaurant, located on Riverhead’s Main Street, is believed to be the oldest continuing restaurant, bar and hotel in the town of Riverhead, according to the restaurant’s website. The restaurant regularly hosts live music and is serving their signature Lobster BLT throughout the summer. Tweed’s is open seven days a week. To make a reservation, call 631-208-3151. For more information on upcoming events, visit tweedsrestaurantriverhead.com.