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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Shoreworld: Only Living Boy

Only Living Boy – Hide Nothing

Hackettstown’s Only Living Boy is back with a brand new CD full of jagged blues-rock gems. This is pure three-piece snarl from the old school camp of Cream, Led Zeppelin and Bad Company. Recorded by John Noll At Red Bank’s Retromedia Studios and produced …

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Shoreworld: Gary Wien’s New Book and Almost There LIVE

Are You Listening? The Top 100 Albums Of 2001 – 2010 From New Jersey Artists – book by Gary Wien

In the great Garden State, most rock music books hover around the same few acts. Springsteen and Bon Jovi probably being the biggest two. I can honestly never figure out …

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Shoreworld: Mouth Of Wilson, The Obvious LIVE and Guitars For The Troops

Mouth Of Wilson – Untamed Animals

I grew up during a great period for music. The ‘80s may have had some of the worst fashion since the beginning of time, (I miss my Capezios) but the music marked the important beginning of the entertainment industry change. Early ‘80s punk and …

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Shoreworld: Jo Wymer’s New Record and The Energy LIVE

Jo Wymer – Living With Scars

The music industry is focused on youth. I see it all the time. And while I’m not in the super active arena of many of the players out there today, I can still see and relate to the quandary of struggling older artists surrounded …

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Clarence Clemons (1942 – 2011)

Iconic sax man Clarence Clemons passed away from complications of a stroke on June 18, 2011.

If there was one member of The E Street band that came on larger than life, it was Clarence Clemons. A physically big man, the Baptist born Clemons was the focus on many of …

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Shoreworld: Joanna Burns and Honey Spot Blvd

Joanna Burns – The Green Year

Joanna Burns has come a long way since the early days of her childhood where she recalls singing her heart out in her mother’s station wagon. But the more things change, the more they stay the same. Burns still sings her heart out to …

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Shoreworld: Kill The Alarm & Against The Grain

Kill The Alarm/Against The Grain

The Mercury Lounge

May 21, 2011

NEW YORK, NY—Anyone who takes a close look at New Jersey producer, vocalist and guitarist Garen Gueyikian will notice one recurring theme in his presentation. He controls it all, from the initial stages of composition right down to the …

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Shoreworld: Gary Clark Jr., The Bonnaroo Buzz Tour and The ‘Pawn Stars’ Road Show

Gary Clark Jr., Bonnaroo Buzz Tour
The Stone Pony
May 17, 2011
ASBURY PARK, NJ—In celebration of 10 glorious years, The Bonnaroo Music And Arts festival decided to put some of the most talked about bands on the road for a 13-date tour that kicked off right here in the …

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Shoreworld: Quincy Mumford’s New Album and Lost In Society’s BOTB Success

When you look at the fact that Quincy Mumford has only been in the professional arena for a few years, it’s pretty amazing to see and hear what he’s accomplished in that time. A lot of guys I know will say, “He hasn’t paid his dues.” But in reality, he …

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