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Yule-a-Palooza To Take Place At Icarus Brewing On December 17th

(LAKEWOOD, NJ) -- Wynward hosts Yule-a-Palooza, their annual holiday show, at Icarus Brewing on Friday, December 17th. The event features four local bands: Burnt Tavern, Curbie and the Sidewalkers, Veronica Vaughn, and Wynward. Doors will open at 5:00pm and go until 10:00pm. This is a free event, but they ask that everyone make a donation at the door which will go to Ocean of Love For Children With Cancer. 

Asbury Lanes Presents Best Coast On January 27th
(ASBURY PARK, NJ) -- California’s Best Coast -- comprised of Bethany Cosentino (guitar, vocals) and Bobb Bruno (guitar) - will bring their tour to Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park on Thursday, January 27. 2022.  They are touring in support of their fourth studio album, Always Tomorrow, which was released in 2020 via Concord Records. Doors are at 7:00pm, music starts at 8:00pm.  Rosie Tucker will open the night.

Colie Brice Releases 40th Solo Album "Luna Muse Vol. XL"
(EASTPORT, ME) -- AERIA recording artist Colie Brice, once a fixture on the Jersey Shore music scene who moved to Maine several years ago, has just released his 40th solo album entitled Luna Muse Vol. XL.  A deeply personal release, the album chronicles a time of great trial and tribulation in the artist's life. It is available now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and other leading digital platforms.

Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Is Looking to Reignite the Legacy of the Queen of Disco
Before the women pop stars of today’s generation (Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, and Dua Lipa) or even of the older generation (Janet Jackson and Madonna), there was multiple Grammy-award winning singer and songwriter, Donna Summer.  Nicknamed the Queen of Disco, Summer was one of the first African-American recording artists to cultivate a large international audience in dance music. 

Rock On! This Week's Sound Bites....12/2/21
“I’ve been good, been busy all day; doing a lot of interviews for the album and my other project, the “Guitar Zeus” video. I’ve been doing a lot of interviews for both; talking about everything,” says one of the quintessential rock drummers of all time, Carmine Appice as he discussed his hectic schedule in support of his latest efforts; “Guitar Zeus” and “Appice Perdomo Project.”  

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Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Is Looking to Reignite the Legacy of the Queen of Disco

Before the women pop stars of today’s generation (Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, and Dua Lipa) or even of the older generation (Janet Jackson and Madonna), there was multiple Grammy-award winning singer and songwriter, Donna Summer.  Nicknamed the Queen of Disco, Summer was one of the first African-American recording artists to cultivate a large international audience in dance music. 

Rock On! This Week's Sound Bites....12/2/21
“I’ve been good, been busy all day; doing a lot of interviews for the album and my other project, the “Guitar Zeus” video. I’ve been doing a lot of interviews for both; talking about everything,” says one of the quintessential rock drummers of all time, Carmine Appice as he discussed his hectic schedule in support of his latest efforts; “Guitar Zeus” and “Appice Perdomo Project.”  

Princeton University’s Student Groups Present Five Concerts in December
In April 2019, Princeton University held its first ever Jazz Festival featuring a broad lineup of jazz professionals playing with the university’s student groups. The professionals included saxophonists Joel Frahm, Tia Fuller, and Donny McCaslin; trumpeter Ingrid Jensen; vocalist Charenee Wade; percussionist Pedrito Martinez; and bassist Dave Holland. There were plans for a second festival in 2020, but, of course, those were canceled by the pandemic. 

"Insanely Good!" Pat Metheny's Side Eye LIVE! at STNJ
Music lovers inside the historic State Theatre New Jersey auditorium in New Brunswick, NJ this Friday, November 12, 2021 are primed to experience an evening of innovative jazz presented by guitar phenom Pat Metheny and his trio, Side Eye.

Makin Waves Song of the Week: “No Way to Live” by Colossal Street Jam
In anticipation of “No Way to Live,” Colossal Street Jam’s next album early next year, the title track is the Makin Waves Song of the Week. 

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RADIO SHOWS

The Penguin has several recorded radio shows that are available on demand. Shows range from those featuring artists from New Jersey to new music from around the world and those that focus on the 80s. Click here for descriptions of each show.

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