Rob Jennings: Hometown Hero

From covering songs in local New Jersey venues, to posting up pictures of his family members as flyers for gigs in Brooklyn, Rob Jennings has gone from hometown to downtown. He will be playing in Lower East Side on April 21 at Arlene’s Grocery. This performance is especially meaningful, …

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This New Day: Home For The Summer

Jersey’s This New Day is a harmonic duo that may be barely legal, but know a thing or two about love and losing. Mike Cappelluti and Dana Hembling have just released their debut EP, Coming Home, in January, and are considerably a part of South Jersey’s music scene. Their …

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Delain: Drop D, Symphony

Hammerstein Ballroom is housing another unique show, sure to be filled with heavy metal and yes—harmonic, poetic vocals. Delain returns for a performance in the middle of their massive international tour on April 9. Johanna Charlotte Wessels’ voice is perfectly honeyed against the band’s colossal instrumentation. This can explain …

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Robin Spielberg: Time Is Now

It is sure to be an excellent year for New Jersey native Robin Spielberg, for she is about to release her new original album, Another Time, Another Place, in late April. She is also returning to her home state to perform at South Orange Performing Arts Center. …

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Night Terrors Of 1927: Music Apnea

L.A. dudes Jarrod Gorbel and Blake Sennett realized one day that they were a perfect match in terms of music collaboration. Fans are glad they realized that sooner than later, for Night Terrors Of 1927 was born. After their SXSW shows, the duo will be coming to Mercury Lounge on …

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From Indian Lakes: Everywhere Is Home

California natives don’t call their home state “Cali” but From Indian Lakes might refer to Yosemite National Park as “The Canyon.” Lead singer and songwriter Joey Vannucchi, along with his bandmates, just released Absent Sounds. Ironically, the new album is nothing close to insufficient, featuring mesmerizing synths, rhythmic percussion, …

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Axis: Sova: Hemispherical Jams

Brett Sova, the man behind the psychedelic act that is Axis: Sova, is coming to perform with a touring band at Palisades on April 5 in Brooklyn. Out of Chicago, he’s returned with the February release of his second LP, Early Surf, with as much gruff-sounding vocals, jam …

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Suzy Bogguss: Somewhere Between Suzy And Lucky

From performing in a small Illinoisan church choir, to releasing over 30 singles, Suzy Bogguss has been loved for decades. She is synonymous with legendary female country singer, having started off playing in small cafes to becoming the first woman to play sets in Dollywood. Her latest album release, Lucky

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Joshua Bell: Fiddler Friend

A man that needs no introduction, Joshua Bell will be performing at the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, NJ as part of the Benzel Busch Concert Series. Why stop at musician? He is a masterful violinist, conductor, and Grammy Award winner who also released a children’s book. While Bach …

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George Winston: Music For A Mission

Michiganian George Winston is widely known not only for his wonderful piano skills, and not even for the plethora of albums he’s released since Ballads And Blues. A solo pianist and kindhearted benefactor, his greatest accomplishments lie in his eagerness and consistency to give back to medical research and …

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