HONORING LOVE, HAPPINESS, MUSIC, AND HARMONY

The 4th Annual Brandon Tyler Narleski Creating Harmony Benefit will be held on Sunday October 13 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Pure Event Center in Sayreville, N.J. The event is sponsored by the Brandon Tyer Narleski Charitable Foundation, which to date, has endowed $25,000 towards scholarships, music lessons and instruments, as well as recording equipment. The Creating Harmony event will feature a 50/50 raffle, food, live music, and door prizes, and serves to honor the life of Brandon Tyler Narleski, a graduate of Sayreville War Memorial High School who went on to advance his career as a producer and engineer before being tragically killed by a drunk driver in 2014. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door, and for more information, please visit brandontylernarleski.org

PLAGUE VENDOR ROCK ROUGH TRADE

Just coming off the release of their third album By Night (Epitaph Records), Los Angeles’ Plague Vendor are making the cross-country trek to Brooklyn’s Rough Trade for an evening of high-energy post-punk tunes that are as catchy as they are edgy. Singer Brandon Blaine describes By Night as “A house that’s falling apart but lit up like crazy.” So, be sure to catch their Rough Trade gig on Oct. 10, because it’s going to be lit up like crazy, too. For more information on Plague Vendor, please visit plaguevendor.com

THE BRYAN HANSEN BAND CELEBRATE GAS MONEY

New Jersey’s own Bryan Hansen Band will be celebrating the release of their new album, Gas Money, with a very special album release party on Oct. 12 at Asbury Lanes. Playing upwards of 150 gigs a year, the band knows all about burning fuel, and this special show at Asbury Lanes will feature the entire Gas Money album played in its entirety. Be sure not to miss these hometown heroes in the zone and in their element. For more information, please visit bryanhansenband.com

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