Music on Bay

If these 10 Staten Island songs don’t make you take a trip down memory lane, nothing will. From the greatest songs of rock’n’roll times to modern hip hop classics, these tracks are either about the best of Richmond County, or they shout it out — but either way, Staten Island finally gets its due thanks to these 10 classic songs.

When does a legacy become a dynasty? That question can now be answered, as 2ns Generation Wu are here to show the world

Make Music New York returns to the city on June 21st with a fresh lineup of artists.

A brand new Latin Music Series, presented by Amendment 18 & Lilihouse Music, is coming to Staten Island’s North Shore from November 16th through November 25th and will continue thereafter with monthly shows.

On October 20th, from 2pm to 7pm, Snug Harbor will be hosting the annual Staten Island Jazz Festival from the Universal Temple of the Arts.

Staten Islanders love them a bit of nostalgia and today, local music fans of a certain age are in for a treat.

This past summer, the Staten Island trio of Ricky Vega (Guitar, Vocals), Joe Scarcella (Bass), and Peter Grancio (Drums, Vocals) released their debut album under the name Elm Sun called ‘Paraiso.’

The organization is getting ready to launch the Musicians On Call Jason Pollack Bedside Performance Program at Staten Island University Hospital’s North Campus.

Recently, Youtuber JRG54 uploaded a few longform videos of the Staten Island Philharmonic performing from this summer

Last summer, Wu Tang Clan member GZA performed for the annual SummerStage Concert Series in NYC. He performed an entire set of tracks with the backing of some tight live instrumentation.