Shoreworld: Geena And Dragster & April Smith

Geena and Dragster Birthday Bash

The Saint

December 8, 2010

ASBURY PARK, NJ—Geena is an artist that has represented Asbury Park for as far back as I can remember. She was first featured here in Shoreworld by our own Chris Barry and she’s been an integral part of the scene …

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Shoreworld: Nicole Atkins LIVE!, Doughboys LIVE!

Nicole Atkins

Langosta Lounge

November 27, 2010

ASBURY PARK, NJ—Nicole Atkins has always held a special allure for many, delivering a unique perspective both in her writing and her dark, signature sound.

Langosta Lounge, on the boardwalk in Asbury Park, is really more of a restaurant for eating and talking …

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Interview with Ben Folds: Breaking The Mold On ‘Lonely Avenue’

Ben Folds is a musician that has followed his heart since day one. From the meteoric rise of Ben Folds Five and beyond, he has made an indelible impression on many forms of music out there today. If there’s one thing I’ve gleaned from speaking with him, it’s that he …

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Shoreworld: Aimee Mann LIVE & Anthony Walker’s EP

Aimee Mann

The Strand Theater, Lakewood, NJ

November 21, 2010

Aimee Mann isn’t a physically demanding performer. She doesn’t run up and down stage ramps and there are no drums, fog machines or Marshall stacks anymore. No smoke and mirrors, no slight of hand on this night’s acoustic based show. …

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Auradrone: Whitelite Britelite

The vivacious and prolific Jon Mack helms Auradrone. Jon is a she for those of you that are used to the other Jon on this coast. Whitelite Britelite is Mack’s debut and she wastes no time curve-balling some interesting choruses right out of the gate with “Auto Erotic.” Techno rock …

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Shoreworld: Asbury Music Awards and Musical Heritage Kickoff

Like the Virginia Slims cigarette ad used to say, “You’ve come a long way baby.” And that’s exactly what the Asbury Music Awards have done since their humble formation back in 1993 at a little dive on Main Street called T-Birds Cafe. Ah yes, 1993, back in the days when …

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Shoreworld: Joe Whyte, Motorcycle Charity Run And Lili Roquelin

Joe Whyte – When the Day Breaks

After almost three years without a new CD, Matawan turned New York City soloist Joe Whyte has decided to climb back into the arena of composition and grace us with some new product. His latest disc is titled, When the Day Breaks and …

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Shoreworld: Status Green, Matt O’Ree and Mischief

Status Green, Matt O’Ree and others team up for Johnny Bukowiec memorial Scholarship benefit at The Paramount Theater, Nov. 21.

I always hate to have to announce any type of benefit show as the reasons leading up to it are usually not good, but this one is especially tragic due …

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Shoreworld: Frankenstein 3000, Asbury Music Awards and more!

Hugh Cornwell, Frankenstein 3000 and Ziggy Shock

Brighton bar- LIVE!

October 23, 2010

Who could ever forget that punk rock underdog called The Stranglers? Well, according to the packed crowd at the Brighton Bar, not many. And while Hugh Cornwell doesn’t dwell 24-hours a day on his old band’s contribution …

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Shoreworld: Red Wanting Blue & Goodbye to Lou Appel

Red Wanting Blue is a band that reaches you before they show up. They’re like Gary Oldman in Dracula, where, before you can even see them, you sense their presence has reached out and touched you. However, in this case that’s a good thing. Unlike Dracula, who will drain your …

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