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NJPAC Announces Lineup for Horizon Sounds of the City 2023
(NEWARK, NJ) -- New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) has announced the annual Horizon Sounds of the City 2023, a FREE live summer concert series taking place under the stars during the summer every Thursday Night starting July 13 – August 17 from 6:00pm – 9:00pm on the NJPAC Campus at Chambers Plaza.
Colossal Street Jam releases "Seconds"
New Jersey based, Bluesy, 70s influenced Rock Band Colossal Street Jam has released the Official Music Video for their new single, "Seconds" off the band's critically praised new album, No Way To Live. The music video was filmed and produced by Soto / Sinestra Studios.
Billy Joel's Historic Monthly Residency at Madison Square Garden to Conclude with 150th Performance in July 2024
(NEW YORK, NY) -- Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. ("MSG Entertainment") and legendary musician and MSG franchise Billy Joel announced on June 1st that after ten extraordinary years, Joel's historic franchise run at The Garden will conclude with his 150th lifetime show at the venue in July 2024. With this also comes the announcement that the first of the final ten shows in his record-breaking residency at The World's Most Famous Arena will take place on October 20, 2023.
Events at MPAC in July 2023
(MORRISTOWN, NJ) -- Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC) presents a terrific lineup of events this July at the theatre as well as throughout Morristown. MPAC's summer concert series kicks off on July 11 with The Doobie Brothers. MPAC's Arts in the Community free summer concert series sponsored by ADP features events throughout town in July, including their annual Salsa Under the Stars night at Pioneer Park at Headquarters Plaza.
West Windsor Arts Announces Three Summer Concerts
(PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ) -- West Windsor Arts is marking the unofficial start of summer by officially announcing its 2023 lineup of free summer concerts. West Windsor Arts is once again presenting a summer music series that offers more than three great concerts.
Count Basie Center launches inaugural Charlie Puth Performance Scholarships
(RED BANK, NJ) -- As part of its FOREVER FOR EVERYONE endowment campaign, the Count Basie Center has announced the availability of the Charlie Puth Performance Scholarship, named for GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum singer/songwriter/producer and former student at the Count Basie Center Academy of the Arts.
Low Coast releases Debut Album "Existing The Dream"
Low Coast, the new band from indie rock mainstay Jeff Caudill has released the debut album "Existing the Dream" via Spartan Records. After over two decades of releases with the fan-adored band Gameface, Caudill's new band marks a distinct departure from the SoCal melodic punk rock world and a foray into the direction of artists like Wilco, Gin Blossoms, and Death Cab For Cutie.
Versus The World releases "The Bastards Live Forever"
Santa Barbara, CA's Versus The World have released their Cameron Webb-produced album "The Bastards Live Forever" via SBÄM Records. A post-punk unit from Santa Barbara, California featuring members of Lagwagon and Good Riddance, Versus the World issued its eponymous debut album in 2005 on Kung Fu Records. Drawing from their dense pedigree the band blends elements of pop-punk, melodic post-hardcore and troubadour-style vocals by founding frontman Donald Spence.
Superbloom releases "Tiny Bodyguard"
Brooklyn, NY alternative rock band Superbloom has released "Tiny Bodyguard," the next single off its upcoming EP 'Life's A Blur,' which is scheduled to drop on June 8.
Joe Deninzon joins Kansas
Classic rock band Kansas has announced the addition of violinist/guitarist Joe Deninzon to the band. He is replacing the departing David Ragsdale. Deninzon has been hailed by critics as "The Jimi Hendrix of the Violin," because of his innovative style on the "Viper" seven-string electric violin.
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