Bob Milne Ragtime Genius in Concert, Thurs August 25th, 2016

In 2016 internationally renowned boogie-woogie pianist, Bob Milne, will perform a concert at the Long Lake Town Hall located at 1204 Main Street, Long Lake, NY on August 25th at 7:30pm. Admission is $12 per person

Milne has had a long career as a concert pianist and is officially recognized as a “National Treasure” for his diverse body of musical work archived by the Library of Congress. He has traveled the globe, garnering honorary citizenship of Japan, performing globally in Africa, Massailand, Mexico, Scotland and Switzerland. Mr. Milne has traveled extensively across North America and has at time performed over 200 concerts a year.

As a recording artist, Bob Milne has produced ten collections of solo piano rags, blues, boogies, folk and traditional tunes. He is recognized as one of the most accomplished boogie-woogie and ragtimes pianists alive. Milne’s musical works range from opera, musical theater, orchestral, solo piano to vocal.

Milne is the author of “The Journeyman Piano Player,” a collection of humorous anecdotes taken from his early years as a working musician. Mr. Milne is also an accomplished poet and published author, having written five works of fiction and non-fiction. His book “Turtle Lake” is now being made into a full-length film.

As a traveling Ragtimist, Bob Milne and wife/booking-agent/bookkeeper/navigator Linda are on the road around the USA and abroad about 90 percent of the year. Lapeer, Michigan is their stationary home, to which they retreat and refresh as often as possible. But the van is their home on the road. Outfitted with every necessity, this van has seen many, many miles of our great nation. Look for it out in the Long Lake parking lot.

Bob returns to Long Lake year after year. He enjoys the lakes and mountains of the Adirondacks and is so generous to perform concerts in Long Lake every summer. Look for his concert to be an informal classroom of music travels. Bob interacts with the audience and steers the showcase with his music and stories from concerts gone by. He’s performed over much of the globe and he has an uncanny ability to entertain the audience with his music as well has his stories. Audience members of all ages will enjoy the show.

Admission is $12. For ticket information, call (518) 624-3077 or visit


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