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MUSIC

The Dryden Ensemble Presents Three Virtual Concerts In Three Months

(PRINCETON, NJ) -- The Dryden Ensemble presents three virtual concerts in the coming weeks. On Sunday, January 31 at 4:00pm, lutenist Daniel Swenberg will be featured in “Extraordinary Tunings,” a recital of rarely heard works from 1620-1650. On Sunday, February 14 at 4:00pm, Lisa Terry will present a lecture-recital entitled “Leycester Lyra Viol Lessons.” The ensemble will celebrate Bach’s birthday on Sunday, March 21 at 3:00pm with a streaming of their live concert of Bach’s St. John Passion, recorded on March 13, 2020. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit their website: drydenensemble.org. Tickets prices range from $10 - $50.


MPAC Presents Manhattan Comedy Night & Eaglemania, Launches Winter Wellness Program

(MORRISTOWN, NJ) -- Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC) resumes its limited capacity concerts this week with Manhattan Comedy Night and Eaglemania, but there's much more going on, including two new events going on sale and the launch of their Winter Wellness program for children and adults.


BergenPAC's Star Studded Virtual Gala To Take Place March 13

(ENGLEWOOD, NJ) --  Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC)'s Annual Gala is a star-studded lineup featuring Rock-and-Roll Hall of Famers, a legendary Grammy Award-winning jazz maestro, a Tony Award winner, and pop icons is set to take the virtual stage. “Our Home, Your Home,” takes place on Saturday, March 13 at 7:30pm. featuring performances by superstars John Fogerty, Paul Anka, Dionne Warwick, Darlene Love, Jack Antonoff, Wynton Marsalis, Ali Stroker and additional special guests to be announced.


Singer/Songwriter Robert Eberle Releases "Gone Goin’"

Singer/Songwriter Robert Eberle released his eclectic new single "Gone Goin’" to Spotify and all the major services on Januart 15, 2021. Written and engineered by the enigmatic New York based multi instrumentalist - with a little help from and the mixing and mastering magic of Colton Lava and a feature by recording artist Ben Tempelman (known as Ben T) - "Gone Goin'" is Eberle’s first single release this year.


"The Influencers: Forever Who We Are" Pays Tribute To Saves The Day

In 2001, the New Jersey based band Saves The Day released the record Stay What You Are, breaking them into the mainstream and spreading their influential reach across the globe. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album’s release, True State Entertainment compiled 12 unique, rising East Coast artists to create their own spin on the album’s songs.

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FEATURES

Michael Patrick Talks About His Live From The Stone Pony album

For years, Michael Patrick has been proving that Jersey artists can have twang too.  He's logged over 1500 shows with performances by the Michael Patrick Band, The Suburban Hillbillies, and his Johnny Cash tribute band - Ring of Fire.  Inspired by the more traditional folk, country, rockabilly,  roots and rock sounds & writing of such artists as Lyle Lovett, Hank Williams,  John Prine, and the Man in Black himself, Michael Patrick has developed an appreciation of simplistic story-telling lyrics, catchy hooks and memorable melodies.


"Hushabye" Spotlight on The Mystics' Al Contrera

The Mystics are a doo-wop group from Brooklyn, NY. The group’s biggest hit, “Hushabye,” climbed the charts in 1959, a disc called by critics “one of those perfect records” which exemplifies the doo-wop genre.


John Fogerty Releases New Song "Weeping In The Promised Land"

John Fogerty has released "Weeping In The Promised Land," a poignant reflection on 2020 and how the events of this past year have altered life as we've always known it. Coming from a songwriter who has captured the pulse of the nation time and again through enduring classics like "Fortunate Son,” "Bad Moon Rising” and “Have You Ever Seen The Rain,” Fogerty reckons with the isolation, loss, division and hardship that were all too common this past year. The new song ultimately serves as a moving tribute to those who have been victims of the pandemic and those who have suffered through prejudice and injustice, with an eye on brighter days ahead. 


Taylor Tote Releases "Quarter-Life Crisis" As Part Of Telegraph Hill Records Vol. 3

The latest song by Taylor Tote was released on Christmas Day as part of the Telegraph Hill Records Vol. 3 playlist. Artists were asked to sum up 2020 as they reflect on a year of limitations and loss and describe their individual contributions in their own words. Taylor Tote's contribution is "Quarter-Life Crisis" - an anthem for those in their 20s and 30s trying to make their way, while striving to discover exactly which way they want to go.


"You'll Never Walk Alone" Spotlight on Donovan Tea of The Lettermen

The Lettermen are a world-renowned pop vocal trio founded in 1959. The group has recorded over 75 albums including two Top 10 pop singles, 16 Top 10 Adult Contemporary singles, and 18 international gold records. Vocalist Donovan Tea joined The Lettermen in 1984 and, next to now-retired founding member Tony Butala, is the longest-tenured member of the group.

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