Shoreworld: Charity Softball, New Asbury Music Book and More!

Asbury Rockstars Charities – Annual Softball Event On Aug. 27

On Saturday, Aug. 27, Bert Willis field in Neptune will host the 5th Annual Asbury Rockstars Charity Softball Tournament from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This family-friendly event will feature eight teams comprised of your favorite local artists, musicians (including …

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North Jersey Notes: Mother, Geb Zurburg and Audio Insight

MOTHER—New York, NY

My bud Scotty O from the band Piston Driven recently sent a band called Mother over to me because he thought that I would dig their music. Well, Scotty O, good thing you know my taste! After Mother’s drummer Anthony Sciasci sent me an email asking …

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Shoreworld: Anthony Walker and EOS

Anthony Walker is back into a full band set up on This City Won’t Sleep, his third release since the release of 2008’s When Strangers Say Hello. I’ve known Walker to be the consummate singer-songwriter when he gears up with an acoustic guitar and nothing more, but I’m usually …

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Shoreworld: Abbie Gardner’s New Album, Glen Burtnik Keeps Busy

Abbie Gardner – Hope

New Jersey homegirl Abbie Gardner is back down at the dirty, dusty crossroads of desire and redemption. Coming five years and three Red Molly albums after her last solo CD, Hope is Abbie Gardner’s latest offering. Released this summer, the CD features eight original tunes, three …

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North Jersey Notes: King Hell!, Kosmic Daydream, Filter Effect and More!

KING HELL!—NEW YORK, NY

Who said that theater rock was dead? If it is, nobody told the guys in King Hell! from New York City. I came across these guys on reverbnation.com, and at first glance, they looked like they jumped out of the pages of a DC Comic. One …

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North Jersey Notes: Fate Strikes Twice

FATE STRIKES TWICE—Denville, NJ

My bro Harry Dullys, former lead singer of Voodoo Terror Tribe, has a new project. The name of the band is Fate Strikes Twice. I logged onto reverbnation.com/fatestrikestwice to give his new band a listen, and I thought that they were pretty good. The songs …

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Shoreworld: Michael Brett – ‘Some Kind Of Solitude’

Michael Brett is a musician that remains far in the background when it comes to pomp and circumstance. He doesn’t get involved in the drama and you can catch him on many stages at any given point during the month. His demeanor is as laid back as his music, which …

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North Jersey Notes: Lee Fields, Black Water Rising, Borgo Pass and More!

LEE FIELDSBrooklyn, NY

I recently received an email from an old friend asking me to check out one of his artists. Now, this artist isn’t any ordinary artist that I would normally write about. In fact, he’s a soul singer, and I know nothing about soul singers! Anyway, …

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Shoreworld: Park Ape’s ‘Urban Safari’ and ‘A Tribute To The Queens Of Noise’

Park Ape CD release of Urban Safari

The Saint

July 1, 2011

ASBURY PARK, NJ—There’s something about the rebellious outsider that always piques my curiosity when it comes to the original music scene. Asbury’s own Park Ape is a one of a handful of standout bands that opt for the …

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North Jersey Notes: Tied In 2, Doomsday Prophecy and More!

TIED IN 2Hoboken, NJ

Tied In 2 singer Leigh Wilson sent me an email letting me know that his band’s EP is on the way via snail mail. I couldn’t wait for the CD to arrive so I logged onto their ReverbNation page, reverbnation.com/tiedin2, where I got to …

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