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Fred Raimondo plays guitar and sings.
Fred Raimondo plays guitar and sings.

Singer/songwriters Caroline Doctorow and Fred Raimondo took the stage at Coffee Pot Cellars in Cutchogue Saturday afternoon, performing as part of the 2015 Winterfest Live on the Vine series

The cozy space at Coffee Pot Cellars was filled with folks enjoying wine and singing along with the music for the third weekend of Long Island Winterfest: Live on the Vine.

The six-weekend festival continues through March 29. Be sure to follow northforker as we post schedules and photos from events.

See photos from Coffee Pot Cellars below.

Visitors enjoy the music of Caroline Doctorow.
Visitors enjoy the music of Caroline Doctorow.
Caroline Doctoro plays guitar backed up by Jean Schroeder on percussion.
Caroline Doctoro plays guitar backed up by Jean Schroeder on percussion.
Eva Cubells of Mattituck, left, enjoys the music with Nancy and Ralph Reinertsen of Laurel.
Eva Cubells of Mattituck, left, enjoys the music with Nancy and Ralph Reinertsen of Laurel.
Stony Brook University students Sruthi Jonnalagadda, left and James Monette with James' mom Jackie.
Stony Brook University students Sruthi Jonnalagadda, left and James Monette with James’ mom Jackie.
Coffee Pot Cellars meritage waits to be enjoyed.
Coffee Pot Cellars meritage waits to be enjoyed.
The crowded venue.
The crowded venue.
Karen and Michael Drury of Huntington.
Karen and Michael Drury of Huntington.
The bar at Coffee Pot Cellars.
The bar at Coffee Pot Cellars.
Special event announcement.
Special event announcement.
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