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Friday (11/16)The Stone Pony
The Stone Pony  2018-11-16 07:00:00 2018-11-16 08:00:00 America/New_York Matt O'Ree Band with David BryanThe Stone Pony and special guests Ressurextion Dave Alen Band The Stone Pony 913 Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Stone Pony
Matt O'Ree Band with David Bryan
7:00 PM
 Cost: $17.00
   website             Tickets 

 
7:00 PM:
Matt O'Ree Band with David Bryan
and special guests Ressurextion Dave Alen Band

National acts headline this rocking, historic music club known for launching Springsteen & Bon Jovi.
Friday (11/16)Wonder Bar
Wonder Bar  2018-11-16 07:00:00 2018-11-16 08:00:00 America/New_York The ClarksWonder Bar Early on, The Clarks were once described as a bunch of out of tune country hicks. The band took irreverent offense to the comments, saying they were never country hicks. Eleven studio albums and a couple of guitar tuners later, The Clarks have struck again with Madly In Love At The End Of The World, a lively ride down a rural lane, laced with love, mourning, and questions about where it all goes from here. The band recorded the eleven song album in a converted A-frame church, which helped highlight a series of warm, rock and Alt-Country tunes. The four original members, Scott Blasey (vocals, acoustic guitar), Rob James (6 and 12-string electric guitars, vocals), Greg Joseph (bass, vocals) and David Minarik (drums, vocals) are joined by fellow touring mates Gary Jacob, Skip Sanders and Noah Minarik, tossing out some spanking pedal steel, Hammond organ and tasty guitar. “We’ve never had more fun composing and recording songs,” says bass player Greg Joseph. “With our storied recording history, it’s really heartening to know that music can still captivate the band as much as it has on this album.” With a highlight reel that includes the Late Show with David Letterman, The Simpsons, and others, The Clarks are enjoying their stage time together now more than ever. “It’s one big extended family,” says guitarist Rob James. “Dave’s son Noah plays on this album, and with us live, so saying that isn’t just a metaphor, it’s fact!” Singing and playing the songs of Madly In Love At The End Of The World has rekindled a fire in The Clarks’ sometimes broken, sometimes mended hearts. The Clarks are: Greg Joseph: Bass Guitar, Vocals Scott Blasey: Lead Vocals, Electric & Acoustic Guitars Robert James: Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Vocals David Minarik, Jr.: Drums, Vocals Wonder Bar Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Wonder Bar
The Clarks
7:00 PM
 Cost: $26.00
   website       Tickets 

 
7:00 PM:
The Clarks
Early on, The Clarks were once described as a bunch of out of tune country hicks. The band took irreverent offense to the comments, saying they were never country hicks. Eleven studio albums and a couple of guitar tuners later, The Clarks have struck again with Madly In Love At The End Of The World, a lively ride down a rural lane, laced with love, mourning, and questions about where it all goes from here. The band recorded the eleven song album in a converted A-frame church, which helped highlight a series of warm, rock and Alt-Country tunes. The four original members, Scott Blasey (vocals, acoustic guitar), Rob James (6 and 12-string electric guitars, vocals), Greg Joseph (bass, vocals) and David Minarik (drums, vocals) are joined by fellow touring mates Gary Jacob, Skip Sanders and Noah Minarik, tossing out some spanking pedal steel, Hammond organ and tasty guitar. “We’ve never had more fun composing and recording songs,” says bass player Greg Joseph. “With our storied recording history, it’s really heartening to know that music can still captivate the band as much as it has on this album.” With a highlight reel that includes the Late Show with David Letterman, The Simpsons, and others, The Clarks are enjoying their stage time together now more than ever. “It’s one big extended family,” says guitarist Rob James. “Dave’s son Noah plays on this album, and with us live, so saying that isn’t just a metaphor, it’s fact!” Singing and playing the songs of Madly In Love At The End Of The World has rekindled a fire in The Clarks’ sometimes broken, sometimes mended hearts. The Clarks are: Greg Joseph: Bass Guitar, Vocals Scott Blasey: Lead Vocals, Electric & Acoustic Guitars Robert James: Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Vocals David Minarik, Jr.: Drums, Vocals

Asbury Park's Historic Rock Bar!
Friday (11/16)Axelrod Performing Arts Center
Axelrod Performing Arts Center Active / Featured
Annie
8:00 PM
 Cost: $36.00
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8:00 PM:
Annie
Leapin’ Lizards: Annie’s finally making it to the Axelrod’s main stage, starring the original Annie, Andrea McArdle, as Miss Hannigan! The world’s most popular musical, Annie opened on Broadway in 1977 and quickly become a worldwide hit, winning seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The Axelrod’s production will be directed and choreographed by Al Blackstone (So You Think You Can Dance and Broadway’s Wicked). Derived from a most unlikely source—Harold Gray’s comic strip “Little Orphan Annie,” the musical made a star of Miss McArdle and named millions of mutts “Sandy” around the world. Celebrating his 90th birthday in 2018, composer Charles Strouse hit Broadway gold with one of the most celebrated scores in theater history. With a book and lyrics by Thomas Meehan and Martin Charnin, Annie is set in the Great Depression but promises uplifting family entertainment like no other musical. Whenever Annie is playing, audiences are assured: “The sun will come out tomorrow.”

The Axelrod Performing Arts Center fosters artistic excellence by showcasing varied and distinct cultural programs which enrich the imaginative, intellectual and creative soul, inspire Jewish journeys, and cultivate an appreciation of our diverse communities through the pursuit of the arts.
Saturday (11/17)Axelrod Performing Arts Center
Axelrod Performing Arts Center Active / Featured
Annie
2:00 PM
 Cost: $36.00
   email    website          

 
2:00 PM:
Annie
Leapin’ Lizards: Annie’s finally making it to the Axelrod’s main stage, starring the original Annie, Andrea McArdle, as Miss Hannigan! The world’s most popular musical, Annie opened on Broadway in 1977 and quickly become a worldwide hit, winning seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The Axelrod’s production will be directed and choreographed by Al Blackstone (So You Think You Can Dance and Broadway’s Wicked). Derived from a most unlikely source—Harold Gray’s comic strip “Little Orphan Annie,” the musical made a star of Miss McArdle and named millions of mutts “Sandy” around the world. Celebrating his 90th birthday in 2018, composer Charles Strouse hit Broadway gold with one of the most celebrated scores in theater history. With a book and lyrics by Thomas Meehan and Martin Charnin, Annie is set in the Great Depression but promises uplifting family entertainment like no other musical. Whenever Annie is playing, audiences are assured: “The sun will come out tomorrow.”

The Axelrod Performing Arts Center fosters artistic excellence by showcasing varied and distinct cultural programs which enrich the imaginative, intellectual and creative soul, inspire Jewish journeys, and cultivate an appreciation of our diverse communities through the pursuit of the arts.
Saturday (11/17)Wonder Bar
Wonder Bar  2018-11-17 07:00:00 2018-11-17 08:00:00 America/New_York THE WEEKS with The Lonely BiscuitsWonder Bar Rowdy, Raucous, Longhair Mississippi Glam Rock. That’s the sound of Easy, The Week’s long-awaited followup to their breakthrough album, Dear Bo Jackson. Recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis — a place filled with the ghosts (and gear) of the Replacements, ZZ Top, and Big Star, all of whom traveled to Ardent to create their own landmark albums — Easy finds The Weeks doubling down on a mix of groove, grit, and guitars. It’s swaggering and sharply-focused, shining new light on a band of brothers who, although still in their mid-20s, have already logged a decade’s worth of sweaty gigs together. If Easy bears resemblance to the raw, rowdy attitude of the The Weeks’ live show, it’s because the album was written at the end of a busy, five-year period that found the group rarely leaving the road. “We moved to Nashville in 2010,” remembers frontman Cyle Barnes, who formed the band in Jackson, Mississippi, with his three longtime bandmates: drummer (and twin brother) Cain Barnes, guitarist Sam Williams, and bass player Damien Bone. “We spent 2011 to 2015 touring. November 2015 was the first time we ever spent an entire month in Nashville.” Those years on the road were eye-opening for The Weeks, all of whom were just teenagers when they began playing together in 2006. By their early 20s, the guys were touring Europe with Kings of Leon, promoting the newly-released Dear Bo Jackson in front of 20,000 people each night. Back in America, The Weeks continued playing their own club shows, too. The experience taught them how to bridge the gap between arena shows and smaller gigs. In short, it taught them how to be themselves, no matter the audience. Appropriately, Easy consolidates the band’s strengths. While the songs on 2013’s Dear Bo Jackson were thick with horn arrangements, strings, and guest appearances, Easy is a leaner, louder beast. The Weeks began working on its 11 tracks after returning home from a long tour and taking some time to rest, reflect, and regroup. Newly energized, they began writing songs at Sam and Damien’s home in Nashville, with Cyle and Williams splitting the bulk of the songwriting duties. The whole process relied on collaboration, with the full band fleshing out the newer songs. “Everyone would come to the house, make food, hang out, and play music ’til four in the morning,” Williams remembers. “We wrote 25 songs, then picked our favorites for the final tracklist. Easy is driving and direct, captured in punchy sound by producer Paul Ebersold. The goal was to clear out any unnecessary clutter, focusing instead on The Weeks’ biggest strengths: the elastic power of Cyle’s voice, capable of a crooning drawl one minute and a roof-raising howl the next; the range of Sam’s guitar playing, from Motown-influenced chord stabs to garage-rock blasts of sound; and the interlocking rhythms of Damien and Cain. They threw some curveballs into the mix, too, riding a lovely, lazy, organ-heavy groove on the southern soul song “Hands on the Radio” and punctuating songs like “Ike” with a small horn section. Along the way, they made good use the studio’s vintage gear, finding room on a handful of songs for Elvis Presley’s microphone, Big Star’s snare drum, the “Green Onions” organ from Booker T. & the M.G.’s. “We said, ‘If we can do this song in five chords, let’s do it,'” says Sam. “That way, whenever the curveballs do happen, they mean a lot. We focused on the songs first, and then we added stuff, as long as it didn’t harm the energy or the groove. We wanted to pick our moments better.” Inspired by the real-life characters, places, and stories The Weeks encountered on tour, Easy is a record about where the band has been, as well as a sign of where they’re going. “I wanted the stories to be real — a little dark, maybe — but I wanted them to be redeeming, too,” says Cyle, who began turning the stories into proper songs once the tour ended. He tossed some personal tales into the mix, too, with songs like the autobiographical “Gold Doesn’t Rust” focusing on the joy of plugging in, tuning up and rocking out. “We just wanted to make a rock record,” adds Damnien, shrugging his shoulders at the simplicity of it all. The Weeks earned their road warrior credentials years ago, but they’ve never defined their ambition — or the wide range of their abilities — this clearly before. And speaking of simple…what’s the deal with that album title? Wonder Bar Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Wonder Bar
THE WEEKS with The Lonely Biscuits
7:00 PM
 Cost: $15.00
   website       Tickets 

 
7:00 PM:
THE WEEKS with The Lonely Biscuits
Rowdy, Raucous, Longhair Mississippi Glam Rock. That’s the sound of Easy, The Week’s long-awaited followup to their breakthrough album, Dear Bo Jackson. Recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis — a place filled with the ghosts (and gear) of the Replacements, ZZ Top, and Big Star, all of whom traveled to Ardent to create their own landmark albums — Easy finds The Weeks doubling down on a mix of groove, grit, and guitars. It’s swaggering and sharply-focused, shining new light on a band of brothers who, although still in their mid-20s, have already logged a decade’s worth of sweaty gigs together. If Easy bears resemblance to the raw, rowdy attitude of the The Weeks’ live show, it’s because the album was written at the end of a busy, five-year period that found the group rarely leaving the road. “We moved to Nashville in 2010,” remembers frontman Cyle Barnes, who formed the band in Jackson, Mississippi, with his three longtime bandmates: drummer (and twin brother) Cain Barnes, guitarist Sam Williams, and bass player Damien Bone. “We spent 2011 to 2015 touring. November 2015 was the first time we ever spent an entire month in Nashville.” Those years on the road were eye-opening for The Weeks, all of whom were just teenagers when they began playing together in 2006. By their early 20s, the guys were touring Europe with Kings of Leon, promoting the newly-released Dear Bo Jackson in front of 20,000 people each night. Back in America, The Weeks continued playing their own club shows, too. The experience taught them how to bridge the gap between arena shows and smaller gigs. In short, it taught them how to be themselves, no matter the audience. Appropriately, Easy consolidates the band’s strengths. While the songs on 2013’s Dear Bo Jackson were thick with horn arrangements, strings, and guest appearances, Easy is a leaner, louder beast. The Weeks began working on its 11 tracks after returning home from a long tour and taking some time to rest, reflect, and regroup. Newly energized, they began writing songs at Sam and Damien’s home in Nashville, with Cyle and Williams splitting the bulk of the songwriting duties. The whole process relied on collaboration, with the full band fleshing out the newer songs. “Everyone would come to the house, make food, hang out, and play music ’til four in the morning,” Williams remembers. “We wrote 25 songs, then picked our favorites for the final tracklist. Easy is driving and direct, captured in punchy sound by producer Paul Ebersold. The goal was to clear out any unnecessary clutter, focusing instead on The Weeks’ biggest strengths: the elastic power of Cyle’s voice, capable of a crooning drawl one minute and a roof-raising howl the next; the range of Sam’s guitar playing, from Motown-influenced chord stabs to garage-rock blasts of sound; and the interlocking rhythms of Damien and Cain. They threw some curveballs into the mix, too, riding a lovely, lazy, organ-heavy groove on the southern soul song “Hands on the Radio” and punctuating songs like “Ike” with a small horn section. Along the way, they made good use the studio’s vintage gear, finding room on a handful of songs for Elvis Presley’s microphone, Big Star’s snare drum, the “Green Onions” organ from Booker T. & the M.G.’s. “We said, ‘If we can do this song in five chords, let’s do it,'” says Sam. “That way, whenever the curveballs do happen, they mean a lot. We focused on the songs first, and then we added stuff, as long as it didn’t harm the energy or the groove. We wanted to pick our moments better.” Inspired by the real-life characters, places, and stories The Weeks encountered on tour, Easy is a record about where the band has been, as well as a sign of where they’re going. “I wanted the stories to be real — a little dark, maybe — but I wanted them to be redeeming, too,” says Cyle, who began turning the stories into proper songs once the tour ended. He tossed some personal tales into the mix, too, with songs like the autobiographical “Gold Doesn’t Rust” focusing on the joy of plugging in, tuning up and rocking out. “We just wanted to make a rock record,” adds Damnien, shrugging his shoulders at the simplicity of it all. The Weeks earned their road warrior credentials years ago, but they’ve never defined their ambition — or the wide range of their abilities — this clearly before. And speaking of simple…what’s the deal with that album title?

Asbury Park's Historic Rock Bar!
Saturday (11/17)Axelrod Performing Arts Center
Axelrod Performing Arts Center Active / Featured
Annie
8:00 PM
 Cost: $36.00
   email    website          

 
8:00 PM:
Annie
Leapin’ Lizards: Annie’s finally making it to the Axelrod’s main stage, starring the original Annie, Andrea McArdle, as Miss Hannigan! The world’s most popular musical, Annie opened on Broadway in 1977 and quickly become a worldwide hit, winning seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The Axelrod’s production will be directed and choreographed by Al Blackstone (So You Think You Can Dance and Broadway’s Wicked). Derived from a most unlikely source—Harold Gray’s comic strip “Little Orphan Annie,” the musical made a star of Miss McArdle and named millions of mutts “Sandy” around the world. Celebrating his 90th birthday in 2018, composer Charles Strouse hit Broadway gold with one of the most celebrated scores in theater history. With a book and lyrics by Thomas Meehan and Martin Charnin, Annie is set in the Great Depression but promises uplifting family entertainment like no other musical. Whenever Annie is playing, audiences are assured: “The sun will come out tomorrow.”

The Axelrod Performing Arts Center fosters artistic excellence by showcasing varied and distinct cultural programs which enrich the imaginative, intellectual and creative soul, inspire Jewish journeys, and cultivate an appreciation of our diverse communities through the pursuit of the arts.
Saturday (11/17)The Stone Pony
The Stone Pony  2018-11-17 09:30:00 2018-11-17 10:30:00 America/New_York Splintered Sunlight: A tribute to the Grateful DeaddThe Stone Pony Dance the night away to Dead favorites in a full two set show at 9:30! The Stone Pony 913 Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Stone Pony
Splintered Sunlight: A tribute to the Grateful Deadd
9:30 PM
 Cost: $16.00
   website             Tickets 

 
9:30 PM:
Splintered Sunlight: A tribute to the Grateful Deadd
Dance the night away to Dead favorites in a full two set show at 9:30!

National acts headline this rocking, historic music club known for launching Springsteen & Bon Jovi.
Sunday (11/18)Tim McCloones Supper Club
Tim McCloone's Supper Club  2018-11-18 11:00:00 2018-11-18 12:00:00 America/New_York Sunday Brunch with Doug ClarkeTim McCloone's Supper Club Enjoy our delicious Brunch Buffet while listening to the sounds of Doug Clarke. Take in the breathtaking views of the Asbuy Park Boardwalk, Convention Hall and the Atlantic Ocean. Call 732-774-1155 to make reservations! Tim McCloone's Supper Club 1200 Ocean Avenue , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Tim McCloone's Supper Club supperclub@mcloones.com
Sunday Brunch with Doug Clarke
11:00 AM
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11:00 AM:
Sunday Brunch with Doug Clarke
Enjoy our delicious Brunch Buffet while listening to the sounds of Doug Clarke. Take in the breathtaking views of the Asbuy Park Boardwalk, Convention Hall and the Atlantic Ocean. Call 732-774-1155 to make reservations!
Sunday (11/18)Axelrod Performing Arts Center
Axelrod Performing Arts Center Active / Featured
Annie
3:00 PM
 Cost: $36.00
   email    website          

 
3:00 PM:
Annie
Leapin’ Lizards: Annie’s finally making it to the Axelrod’s main stage, starring the original Annie, Andrea McArdle, as Miss Hannigan! The world’s most popular musical, Annie opened on Broadway in 1977 and quickly become a worldwide hit, winning seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The Axelrod’s production will be directed and choreographed by Al Blackstone (So You Think You Can Dance and Broadway’s Wicked). Derived from a most unlikely source—Harold Gray’s comic strip “Little Orphan Annie,” the musical made a star of Miss McArdle and named millions of mutts “Sandy” around the world. Celebrating his 90th birthday in 2018, composer Charles Strouse hit Broadway gold with one of the most celebrated scores in theater history. With a book and lyrics by Thomas Meehan and Martin Charnin, Annie is set in the Great Depression but promises uplifting family entertainment like no other musical. Whenever Annie is playing, audiences are assured: “The sun will come out tomorrow.”

The Axelrod Performing Arts Center fosters artistic excellence by showcasing varied and distinct cultural programs which enrich the imaginative, intellectual and creative soul, inspire Jewish journeys, and cultivate an appreciation of our diverse communities through the pursuit of the arts.
Sunday (11/18)Axelrod Performing Arts Center
Axelrod Performing Arts Center Active / Featured
Annie
3:00 PM
 Cost: $36.00
   email    website          

 
3:00 PM:
Annie
Leapin’ Lizards: Annie’s finally making it to the Axelrod’s main stage, starring the original Annie, Andrea McArdle, as Miss Hannigan! The world’s most popular musical, Annie opened on Broadway in 1977 and quickly become a worldwide hit, winning seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The Axelrod’s production will be directed and choreographed by Al Blackstone (So You Think You Can Dance and Broadway’s Wicked). Derived from a most unlikely source—Harold Gray’s comic strip “Little Orphan Annie,” the musical made a star of Miss McArdle and named millions of mutts “Sandy” around the world. Celebrating his 90th birthday in 2018, composer Charles Strouse hit Broadway gold with one of the most celebrated scores in theater history. With a book and lyrics by Thomas Meehan and Martin Charnin, Annie is set in the Great Depression but promises uplifting family entertainment like no other musical. Whenever Annie is playing, audiences are assured: “The sun will come out tomorrow.”

The Axelrod Performing Arts Center fosters artistic excellence by showcasing varied and distinct cultural programs which enrich the imaginative, intellectual and creative soul, inspire Jewish journeys, and cultivate an appreciation of our diverse communities through the pursuit of the arts.
Wednesday (11/21)The Stone Pony
The Stone Pony  2018-11-21 07:00:00 2018-11-21 08:00:00 America/New_York Tillie Stardust - David Bowie TributeThe Stone Pony Asbury Park Holiday show with lots of top Asbury musicians including Lindsey Desena, Kevin Hill, Sandy Mack and Jimmy Law with special guests The Stone Pony 913 Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Stone Pony
Tillie Stardust - David Bowie Tribute
7:00 PM
 Cost: $12.00
   website             Tickets 

 
7:00 PM:
Tillie Stardust - David Bowie Tribute
Asbury Park Holiday show with lots of top Asbury musicians including Lindsey Desena, Kevin Hill, Sandy Mack and Jimmy Law with special guests

National acts headline this rocking, historic music club known for launching Springsteen & Bon Jovi.
Wednesday (11/21)Wonder Bar
Wonder Bar  2018-11-21 08:00:00 2018-11-21 09:00:00 America/New_York Eddie Testa BandWonder Bar The Biggest Party Night of The Year…Join us Wednesday November 21 for THE GREAT EDDIE TESTA BAND!!! Doors at 8 pm...Showtime 9 pm Wonder Bar Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Wonder Bar
Eddie Testa Band
8:00 PM
   website    

 
8:00 PM:
Eddie Testa Band
The Biggest Party Night of The Year…Join us Wednesday November 21 for THE GREAT EDDIE TESTA BAND!!! Doors at 8 pm...Showtime 9 pm

Asbury Park's Historic Rock Bar!
Friday (11/23)The Stone Pony
The Stone Pony  2018-11-23 08:00:00 2018-11-23 09:00:00 America/New_York Remember Jones - Back to Back to BlackThe Stone Pony back to BACK TO BLACK: a tribute to Amy Winehouse and revival of the entire 2006 Grammy-award winning album BACK TO BLACK featuring Remember Jones with a 12-piece orchestra band + guests plus, an opening set of super-soul originals from Remember Jones! https://RememberJones.com The Stone Pony 913 Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Stone Pony
Remember Jones - Back to Back to Black
8:00 PM
 Cost: $25.00
   website             Tickets 

 
8:00 PM:
Remember Jones - Back to Back to Black
back to BACK TO BLACK: a tribute to Amy Winehouse and revival of the entire 2006 Grammy-award winning album BACK TO BLACK featuring Remember Jones with a 12-piece orchestra band + guests plus, an opening set of super-soul originals from Remember Jones! https://RememberJones.com

National acts headline this rocking, historic music club known for launching Springsteen & Bon Jovi.
Friday (11/23)Tim McCloones Supper Club
Tim McCloone's Supper Club  2018-11-23 08:30:00 2018-11-23 09:30:00 America/New_York Ray Andersen's DAVID BOWIE TRIBUTE BASHTim McCloone's Supper Club Doors open at 6:30pm, Show starts at 8:30pm An exciting musical journey from the master's work from the 60s through the 80s, complete with visuals and theatrical attire. Complete with a 9-piece band of amazing singers & musicians from Motor City Revue, Jon Bon Jovi's Kings of Suburbia, Dennis DeYoung, 10,000 Maniacs and Meat Loaf. Dig deep into your closets or peruse your local thrift shop, and join us in colorful, glam-rock 70s/80s-style clothes and make-up. "Let all the children boogie!" - Starman Ray Andersen- vocals, guitar Layonne Holmes-vocals Patti Maloney-vocals Arne Wendt-keys, vocals Ralph Notaro-guitar, vocals Dave Anthony-drums Mike Doktorski-bass, vocals Tommy Labella-sax THE DANCE FLOOR WILL BE OPEN FOR DANCING! Tim McCloone's Supper Club 1200 Ocean Avenue , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Tim McCloone's Supper Club supperclub@mcloones.com
Ray Andersen's DAVID BOWIE TRIBUTE BASH
8:30 PM
 Cost: $20.00
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8:30 PM:
Ray Andersen's DAVID BOWIE TRIBUTE BASH
Doors open at 6:30pm, Show starts at 8:30pm An exciting musical journey from the master's work from the 60s through the 80s, complete with visuals and theatrical attire. Complete with a 9-piece band of amazing singers & musicians from Motor City Revue, Jon Bon Jovi's Kings of Suburbia, Dennis DeYoung, 10,000 Maniacs and Meat Loaf. Dig deep into your closets or peruse your local thrift shop, and join us in colorful, glam-rock 70s/80s-style clothes and make-up. "Let all the children boogie!" - Starman Ray Andersen- vocals, guitar Layonne Holmes-vocals Patti Maloney-vocals Arne Wendt-keys, vocals Ralph Notaro-guitar, vocals Dave Anthony-drums Mike Doktorski-bass, vocals Tommy Labella-sax THE DANCE FLOOR WILL BE OPEN FOR DANCING!
Saturday (11/24)Paramount Theatre
Paramount Theatre  2018-11-24 07:00:00 2018-11-24 08:00:00 America/New_York Get the Led Out!Paramount Theatre Get The Led Out is a group of professional musicians who are passionate about their love of the music of Led Zeppelin. It’s been their mission to bring the studio recordings of “the mighty Zep” to life on the big concert stage. This is not an impersonator act but rather a group of musicians who were fans first, striving to do justice to one of the greatest bands in rock history! Paramount Theatre 1300 Ocean Avenue , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Paramount Theatre
Get the Led Out!
7:00 PM
 Cost: $23.00
   website             Tickets 

 
7:00 PM:
Get the Led Out!
Get The Led Out is a group of professional musicians who are passionate about their love of the music of Led Zeppelin. It’s been their mission to bring the studio recordings of “the mighty Zep” to life on the big concert stage. This is not an impersonator act but rather a group of musicians who were fans first, striving to do justice to one of the greatest bands in rock history!

Thanks to superior acoustics and stage visibility, the Paramount Theatre is the area's premier venue for live performances. This distinguished venue has a unique atmosphere that has been described as being simultaneously grand and intimate, and offers a seating capacity of approximately 1,600 guests
Saturday (11/24)Wonder Bar
Wonder Bar  2018-11-24 07:00:00 2018-11-24 08:00:00 America/New_York Waiting On Mongo / Little StrangerWonder Bar Local funk-jam powerhouse Waiting on Mongo and South Carolina’s Little Stranger team up for powerful evening. Little Stranger is a fresh hybrid of John Shields’ singer-songwriter magnetism and Kevin Shields’ hard hitting, in-your-face delivery. Stylistically reminiscent of Gorillaz and Twenty One Pilots, Little Stranger inhabits a relatively unexplored niche at this point in time. http://www.mongo.band http://heylittlestranger.com Wonder Bar Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Wonder Bar
Waiting On Mongo / Little Stranger
7:00 PM
 Cost: $12.00
   website       Tickets 

 
7:00 PM:
Waiting On Mongo / Little Stranger
Local funk-jam powerhouse Waiting on Mongo and South Carolina’s Little Stranger team up for powerful evening. Little Stranger is a fresh hybrid of John Shields’ singer-songwriter magnetism and Kevin Shields’ hard hitting, in-your-face delivery. Stylistically reminiscent of Gorillaz and Twenty One Pilots, Little Stranger inhabits a relatively unexplored niche at this point in time. http://www.mongo.band http://heylittlestranger.com

Asbury Park's Historic Rock Bar!
Saturday (11/24)The Nerds
The Nerds  2018-11-24 10:00:00 2018-11-24 11:00:00 America/New_York The Nerds 913 Ocean Avenue , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Nerds
10:00 PM
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The Nerds

America's Party Band FUN-OMENON! Best Band in LBI, Best Band in New New in Jersey Monthly Received the ACUI National College Band of the Year 12 times. The Key to The City of Hoboken. MTV's House band,.National winner of "Name That Tune" on NYC's WPLJ
Saturday (11/24)The Stone Pony
The Stone Pony  2018-11-24 12:00:00 2018-11-24 04:00:00 America/New_York Vianna Rose with Lakehouse Music StudentsThe Stone Pony Moto Records Showcase and CD Release Party for Vianna Rose with Lakehouse Music Students Georgia Owen The Fusions Abby Kenna Emmalynne DeRoss I Need More Julz $10. adv / $12. dos All tickets for Oct. 27 will be honored on this new date! The Stone Pony 913 Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Stone Pony
Vianna Rose with Lakehouse Music Students
12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
 Cost: $10.00
   website          

 
12:00 PM to 4:00 PM:
Vianna Rose with Lakehouse Music Students
Moto Records Showcase and CD Release Party for Vianna Rose with Lakehouse Music Students Georgia Owen The Fusions Abby Kenna Emmalynne DeRoss I Need More Julz $10. adv / $12. dos All tickets for Oct. 27 will be honored on this new date!

National acts headline this rocking, historic music club known for launching Springsteen & Bon Jovi.
Sunday (11/25)Tim McCloones Supper Club
Tim McCloone's Supper Club  2018-11-25 11:00:00 2018-11-25 12:00:00 America/New_York Sunday Brunch with Doug ClarkeTim McCloone's Supper Club Enjoy our delicious Brunch Buffet while listening to the sounds of Doug Clarke. Take in the breathtaking views of the Asbuy Park Boardwalk, Convention Hall and the Atlantic Ocean. Call 732-774-1155 to make reservations! Tim McCloone's Supper Club 1200 Ocean Avenue , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Tim McCloone's Supper Club supperclub@mcloones.com
Sunday Brunch with Doug Clarke
11:00 AM
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11:00 AM:
Sunday Brunch with Doug Clarke
Enjoy our delicious Brunch Buffet while listening to the sounds of Doug Clarke. Take in the breathtaking views of the Asbuy Park Boardwalk, Convention Hall and the Atlantic Ocean. Call 732-774-1155 to make reservations!
Sunday (11/25)The Stone Pony
The Stone Pony  2018-11-25 02:00:00 2018-11-25 03:00:00 America/New_York Rock to the Top Band CompetitionThe Stone Pony The Stone Pony 913 Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Stone Pony
Rock to the Top Band Competition
2:00 PM
 Cost: $10.00
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Rock to the Top Band Competition

National acts headline this rocking, historic music club known for launching Springsteen & Bon Jovi.
Friday (11/30)The Stone Pony
The Stone Pony  2018-11-30 06:00:00 2018-11-30 07:00:00 America/New_York Shoobies & the FlukesThe Stone Pony The Stone Pony 913 Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Stone Pony
Shoobies & the Flukes
6:00 PM
 Cost: $12.00
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Shoobies & the Flukes

National acts headline this rocking, historic music club known for launching Springsteen & Bon Jovi.
Friday (11/30)Tim McCloones Supper Club
Tim McCloone's Supper Club  2018-11-30 08:00:00 2018-11-30 09:00:00 America/New_York The British Invasion YearsTim McCloone's Supper Club Doors open at 6:30pm, Show starts at 8pm ABOUT THE SHOW Get ready to experience the groovy sights & sounds of the Sixties, from both sides of the Atlantic! First, you may hear songs by iconic British Invasion groups such as The Zombies, Dave Clark Five and Herman's Hermits. The American "musical response" follows, with memorable hits by celebrated artists such as The Monkees, Tommy James, and The Doors, to name just a few. The performance concludes with an extraordinary finale paying tribute to the four lads from Liverpool who started it all, The Beatles! The British Invasion Years has shared the stage with legendary recording artists such as: The Beach Boys, Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band, Herman's Hermits and many, many more! ABOUT THE BAND Live & session musicians Bobby M (Bass) and Lee Scott Howard (Guitar) credit seeing The Beatles' debut on Ed Sullivan with setting them both on the road to becoming full-time musicians. Decades later, their common career paths would finally merge... One night, after collaborating on another project, these best of friends developed the concept of an exciting, unique concert experience, meticulously recreating all the amazing hit songs they grew up listening to, complete with period accurate outfits and multimedia. In that moment, the foundation for The British Invasion Years was forged... Bobby & Lee had worked on other musical endeavors along side seasoned keyboardist/guitarist Jon Wolf. Jon had caught wind of their idea and wanted in. He dropped "subtle hints" at sessions, like randomly playing pieces of The Beatles' Abbey Road medley. Well, Jon's plan worked! He got their attention alright, and was immediately brought on board. Bobby and veteran drummer Dave Hall have been longtime friends, as well as members of a wildly successful regional club band a number of years back. Lee and Jon also knew Dave and had always wanted to work with him. Turns out, Dave felt the same way. When the band was searching for a drummer, Dave just happened to be available at the right time. So he enthusiastically answered the call and joined forces with his other three friends. With the lineup now complete, the group that would soon come to be regarded as the "Four Boys Making All That Noise" launched its musical "invasion"! THE DANCE FLOOR WILL BE OPEN FOR DANCING! Tim McCloone's Supper Club 1200 Ocean Avenue , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Tim McCloone's Supper Club supperclub@mcloones.com
The British Invasion Years
8:00 PM
 Cost: $25.00
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8:00 PM:
The British Invasion Years
Doors open at 6:30pm, Show starts at 8pm ABOUT THE SHOW Get ready to experience the groovy sights & sounds of the Sixties, from both sides of the Atlantic! First, you may hear songs by iconic British Invasion groups such as The Zombies, Dave Clark Five and Herman's Hermits. The American "musical response" follows, with memorable hits by celebrated artists such as The Monkees, Tommy James, and The Doors, to name just a few. The performance concludes with an extraordinary finale paying tribute to the four lads from Liverpool who started it all, The Beatles! The British Invasion Years has shared the stage with legendary recording artists such as: The Beach Boys, Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band, Herman's Hermits and many, many more! ABOUT THE BAND Live & session musicians Bobby M (Bass) and Lee Scott Howard (Guitar) credit seeing The Beatles' debut on Ed Sullivan with setting them both on the road to becoming full-time musicians. Decades later, their common career paths would finally merge... One night, after collaborating on another project, these best of friends developed the concept of an exciting, unique concert experience, meticulously recreating all the amazing hit songs they grew up listening to, complete with period accurate outfits and multimedia. In that moment, the foundation for The British Invasion Years was forged... Bobby & Lee had worked on other musical endeavors along side seasoned keyboardist/guitarist Jon Wolf. Jon had caught wind of their idea and wanted in. He dropped "subtle hints" at sessions, like randomly playing pieces of The Beatles' Abbey Road medley. Well, Jon's plan worked! He got their attention alright, and was immediately brought on board. Bobby and veteran drummer Dave Hall have been longtime friends, as well as members of a wildly successful regional club band a number of years back. Lee and Jon also knew Dave and had always wanted to work with him. Turns out, Dave felt the same way. When the band was searching for a drummer, Dave just happened to be available at the right time. So he enthusiastically answered the call and joined forces with his other three friends. With the lineup now complete, the group that would soon come to be regarded as the "Four Boys Making All That Noise" launched its musical "invasion"! THE DANCE FLOOR WILL BE OPEN FOR DANCING!
Saturday (12/1)The Stone Pony
The Stone Pony  2018-12-01 06:00:00 2018-12-01 07:00:00 America/New_York Sinderella's Ball with music by Bobby Bandiera and MoreThe Stone Pony The 5th Annual SINDERELLA’S BALL to support Joan Dancy and PALS (People with ALS) Music by DOCS OF ROCK, STRUMBERRY PIE & BOBBY BANDIERA Raffles, music, inspiration Clarizio Music’s Mondays at Six The Stone Pony 913 Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 The Stone Pony
Sinderella's Ball with music by Bobby Bandiera and More
6:00 PM
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6:00 PM:
Sinderella's Ball with music by Bobby Bandiera and More
The 5th Annual SINDERELLA’S BALL to support Joan Dancy and PALS (People with ALS) Music by DOCS OF ROCK, STRUMBERRY PIE & BOBBY BANDIERA Raffles, music, inspiration Clarizio Music’s Mondays at Six

National acts headline this rocking, historic music club known for launching Springsteen & Bon Jovi.
Saturday (12/1)Charlie Brown
Charlie Brown Active / Featured
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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My musical palette covers classic rock, ballads, country, standards, soul, blues, traditional and contemporary Christian worship music.
Saturday (12/1)Wonder Bar
Wonder Bar  2018-12-01 07:00:00 2018-12-01 08:00:00 America/New_York Aztec Sun/Dark City StringsWonder Bar Aztec Sun – Funk with Soul band AZTEC SUN has hypnotized the ears and feet of live music lovers since late 2012. No matter the scale of the venue, this Washington DC-based ensemble produces an upbeat and retro groove steeped in 70’s Funk and Soul with overtones of Jazz, Afrobeat and Motown-era pop. Co-headlining is local sting monsters Dark City Strings. Dark City Strings is a band that draws from a broad spectrum of influences to deliver a high energy creative mix of bluegrass, Americana, and folk. https://aztecsunband.com https://www.darkcitystrings.com Wonder Bar Ocean Ave , Asbury Park, NJ 07712 Wonder Bar
Aztec Sun/Dark City Strings
7:00 PM
 Cost: $10.00
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7:00 PM:
Aztec Sun/Dark City Strings
Aztec Sun – Funk with Soul band AZTEC SUN has hypnotized the ears and feet of live music lovers since late 2012. No matter the scale of the venue, this Washington DC-based ensemble produces an upbeat and retro groove steeped in 70’s Funk and Soul with overtones of Jazz, Afrobeat and Motown-era pop. Co-headlining is local sting monsters Dark City Strings. Dark City Strings is a band that draws from a broad spectrum of influences to deliver a high energy creative mix of bluegrass, Americana, and folk. https://aztecsunband.com https://www.darkcitystrings.com

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