Upon first meeting drummer Joe D’Angelo at a club in New Brunswick or Asbury Park, you would never guess this long-haired guy who plays with passion for a variety of rock ‘n’ roll bands had graduated cum laude from a university or held high-level corporate jobs.
New Hope’s Bucks County Playhouse's production of “Million Dollar Quartet” is a surefire blood-pumping musical that has an old hound dog of a script, but good old rock and roll that shakes our nerves and rattles our brains.
“Pioneer Songs" is Eric Houghton’s epic meditation on the courage and resilience of those Americans who blazed the western frontier.
Sue Dupre serves as a dance master, teaching and leading traditional dances from the 18th and 19th centuries.
It's time for another career-spanning collection of Gary Saretzky’s work to go on view at Mercer County Community College’s James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery, 137 North Broad Street in Trenton.
Like a lot of veteran musicians who frequent Garden State clubs, coffeehouses, and other venues, guitarist and singer Jerry Steele never let his passion for music interfere with making good money.
Voices Chorale NJ is hoping to find a new voice under David A. McConnell. McConnell takes over as artistic director of the recently restructured choral ensemble, which will present its first program of the season in two upcoming concerts.
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra recently opened its new season with a Happy 100th Birthday to Leonard Bernstein.
Between vocalist/guitarist Jonah Tolchin’s blues-inspired playing and Kevin Clifford’s almost contrapuntal drumming, audience members at their concerts are sometimes known to look around to see if there are other musicians onstage. But no, it’s just the two of them.
Lawrenceville student Andrew Ni created a documentary on local news that will be screened at the New Jersey Film Festival on Friday, February 8.