Ocean County Library's Brick Branch presents “Elvistory - The King Returns to Camelot: 1960-1963" on November 13th
(BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ) -- Revisit a pivotal time for America and its prized musical icon during “Elvistory - The King Returns to Camelot: 1960-1963,” on Saturday, November 13 at 2:00pm at the Ocean County Library Brick Branch. Award-winning “Elvis-torian” Ruben Castillo’s musical history lesson will relate key world events at the height of the Cold War, showing how they influenced Elvis and his music, and how they shape our lives today.
Bickford Theatre presents Pianist Jenny Lin on November 14th
(MORRISTOWN, NJ) -- The Morris Museum's Bickford Theatre presents pianist Jenny Lin: Glass Reflections on Sunday, November 14th at 2:00pm. The performance will include The Music of Phillip Glass and others, including Ligeti, Busoni and Schubert.
“Songs Inspired By The Film The Beatles And India” Is Released
The album, “Songs Inspired By The Film The Beatles And India” features a diverse cast of Indian artists (Vishal Dadlani, Kiss Nuka, Benny Dayal, Dhruv Ghanekar, Karsh Kale, Nikhil D’Souza, Anoushka Shankar, Farhan Ahktar, Soulmate and many others) all bringing their own musical styles, as well as contemporary and classical Indian influences and techniques to the record. The album features Beatles’ songs written during their stay in Rishikesh, India including “Mother Nature’s Son,” “Revolution,” “Sexy Sadie,” “Dear Prudence,” “Child of Nature” among others. It also includes songs from their incredible catalogue which were colored by their earlier leanings to the magical sounds of India.
Debra Devi To Perform At Berlin Under A On November 2nd
(NEW YORK, NY) -- Jersey City blues-rocker Debra Devi plays Berlin Under A on Tuesday, November 2 at 8:30pm, with special guest Andy Burton (Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul, John Mayer) on keys. Granite to Glass opens at 6:30pm, and .kav plays at 7:30pm. This is a 21+ event.
Robby Steinhardt's Solo Album "Not in Kansas Anymore" Is Released
You know Robby Steinhardt as the legendary violinist, vocalist and frontman for the band KANSAS, recording 9 albums which reached gold, platinum and double platinum status, and is now making another mark on the world with his first and only solo album. Robby Steinhardt and Solar Studios have released Robby's first and only solo recording, Not in Kansas Anymore.
Hayes Carll To Perform At Asbury Lanes On November 3rd
(ASBURY PARK, NJ) -- The Bowery Presents brings acclaimed singer-songwriter Hayes Carll to Asbury Lanes on Wednesday, November 3rd. Aaron Raitiere will open the night. The show is open to 18 and over. Doors are at 7:00pm, showtime is 8:00pm. Tickets are $25-$30 and are available for purchase online.
Range Life Releases "when it all gets old" album
Range Life, the passion project of New Jersey musician Mike Chiarappa, released his debut LP when it all gets old everywhere on October 11, 2021. This is not a concept record, but it focuses on the theme that everything eventually comes to an end. From watching his best friend lose their struggle with addiction to writing music through his elderly grandmother’s eyes, this album stands as a compilation of the losses Mike has suffered within the past year.
8th Annual Punkin Chunkin to Benefit St. Jude's Takes Place October 30th
(CLIFTON, NJ) -- On October 30th from 6:00pm-9:00pm, the Shannon Rose Pub in Clifton welcomes New Jersey native Gary Frost to perform at their 8th annual 'Punkin Chunkin' event benefitting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Gary is honored to be featured as the musical entertainment at the event which will benefit children in need of medical procedures who’s families could not otherwise afford care.
Two-Piano Homage to Sergei Rachmaninoff At Ocean County College November 6-12
(TOMS RIVER, NJ) -- “A heart of gold and arms of steel.” These words, used by legendary pianist Joseph Hoffman to describe the Russian composer and piano virtuoso Sergei Rachmaninoff, embody the purity of intention, the beauty of conception, and the mastery of pianism found in Rachmaninoff’s music. From November 6-12, Ocean County College Lecturer Brian Gilmore and community member Richard Askoff will perform an homage to Rachmaninoff featuring the three large-scale works he wrote for two pianos, each stemming from a distinct period of his life.