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Makin Waves with the dt’s: Indie Pop Addiction
The dt’s are the new name of the duo featuring for Vaughns guitarist Dave Cacciatore and bassist Tom Losito. They are premiering their debut single, “You with Me,” in Makin Waves at New Jersey Stage.
Blowupradio.com Seeks Artists For Annual Benefit Concert and Compilation
Blowupradio.com is an online radio station that supports and promotes independent music from artists across the Garden State. Run by Lazlo, the station hosts an annual benefit for the Spondylitis Association of America, an organization that provides support for a genetic disease which his wife is afflicted with. He is currently seeking artists for the annual compilation and live broadcast for the benefit.
Good Tunes Episode 30
In the latest episode of Good Tunes, a music-centric, comedic podcast hosted by longtime friends and frequent band-mates, Tim Montalvo and Roger Wuy, the guys watch the music video for the title track off their second WUP EP, "Touch the Sky". Touch this guy. Roger's still sour about Tim's "science class" comment. Jolly Ranchers. The proper way to drop a stool. The devil's cabbage. Touch that guy. Future Tim didn't make it home.
Stormin’ Norman Band Will Bring Sounds Of NOLA To The Jersey Shore On June 19th
(LAKE COMO, NJ) — Live music is back and The Stormin’ Norman Seldin Band is bringing the sounds of New Orleans to the shore with two shows on Saturday, June 19th at Bar Anticipation in Lake Como. Led by Norman Seldin, the band will have you feeling like you’re in NOLA with classics by Fats Domino, Lloyd Price, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Big Joe Turner and more. Performances take place at 4:00pm and 7:00pm.
Erroll Garner’s Centennial: Appreciating His Unpredictability and Innate Improvisational Spirit
Some jazz pianists are so stylistically coherent that the mere mention of their names evokes their sound in our imagination. It’s a rare achievement to play so individualistically that your name evokes your sound, your touch, the joy and sparkle of your playing. Erroll Garner is the rarest of birds: a true, innate, ceaselessly ‘deelightful’ genius of music. Perhaps this is what Clark Terry meant when he said of Garner, “The man was complete. He could do it all.” The smile on my face as I sit here writing this and listening to Garner’s catalog of recordings attests to the ways in which he did, in fact, “do it all,” and what a joy and an honor it is to listen and learn from this giant of jazz.
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