1867 Sanctuary

101 Scotch Road, Ewing, 609-392-6409. www.1867sanctuary.org.

Papa Carl Anderson. “Quatervois – My Legacy.” $20. Sunday, September 18.

Tom Littwin Quartet. $20. Friday, September 23.

Dark Whiskey. Bluegrass folk/roots. $20. Saturday, September 24.

Harpist Ellen Tepper. “History of the Harp in Ireland.” $20. Sunday, September 25.

Zach Larmer Band. $20. Thursday, September 29.

Entertainment On Demand! Jeff Dershin performs “A Century of Jewish Music.” $20. Sunday, October 30.

Bucks County


70 South Main Street, New Hope, PA. www.bcptheater.org.

Michele Lee. Performing her new concert “Nobody Does It Like Me, The Music of Cy Coleman.” $35 to $75. Friday, October 14.

Candlelight Lounge

24 Passaic Street, Trenton. www.jazztrenton.com.

Vocalist M’’Balia. $10 minimum. Saturday, September 17.

Pianist and organist Radam Swartz. $10 minimum. Saturday, September 24.

Saxophonist Daryl Yokley. $10 minimum. Saturday, October 1.

Landom Brothers. $10 minimum. Saturday, October 8.

Saxophonist Joe Ford. $10 minimum. Saturday, October 15.

Baritone saxphonist Claira Daly. $10 minimum. Saturday, October 22.

Drummer Vince Ector. $10 minimum. Saturday, October 29.

Trumpter Jack Walrath. $10 minimum. Saturday, November 5.

Saxophonist Lawrence Clark. $10 minimum. Saturday, November 12.

Pianist Nat Adderley Jr.. $10 minimum. Saturday, November 19.

Trumpter Lee Hogans. $10 minimum. Saturday, November 26.


Beth Chaim

329 Village Road East, Princeton Junction, 609-987-8100.

The Klez Dispensers. Swinging American-style Klezmer. $15. Sunday, September 18.

First Reformed Church of New Brunswick

9 Bayard Street, New Brunswick. www.firstreformedchurch.net.

Downtown Lunchtime Recital Series. Moment’s Notice featuring Jill Crawford on flute, Peter Plomchock on guitar, and Peter Lauffer on piano. Wednesday, October 5.

Lawrence Library

2751 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville, 609-989-6920. www.mcl.org.

A capella Ensemble Jersey Transit. Performing a repertoire of songs taken from jazz standards, reggae, R&B, and today’s pop. Saturday, September 17.

Mason Gross School

Nicholas Music Center, 85 George Street, New Brunswick. www.masongross.rutgers.edu.

Rutgers Jazz Ensemble I. Seventh annual William “Prof” Fielder Memorial Concert, honoring the jazz trumpeter and Rutgers professor. $15. Friday, October 14.

Rutgers Jazz Ensemble II: Tribute to Sonny Rollins. Classic renditions of saxophonist Sonny Rollins’s greatest hits. $15. Wednesday, October 19.

McCarter Theater

91 University Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787. www.mccarter.org.

Jazz 100. Vocalist Lizz Wright leads tenor sax Chris Potter, Avishai Cohen, and Wycliffe Gordon to perform jazz hits from Thelonius Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, and Monto Santamaria. Saturday, October 1.

Piaf! The Show. Anne Carrere’s homage to France’s greatest singer. Monday, October 17.

Vijay Iyer. Jazz pianist accompanied by bassist Stephen Crump and dummer Marcus Gilmore. Friday, October 21.

Catherine Russell. The Grammy Award-winning vocalist performs Harlem on My Mind: Songs from the Great African American Songbook, featuring the music of Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Alberta Hunter, Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, Mary Lou Williams, and more. Saturday, October 22.

Josh Ritter. Contemporary folk singer-songwriter. Thursday, November 10.

Nassau Presbyterian Church

61 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-341-4722. www.isles.org/dar.

Dar Williams in Concert. $50 to $150. Benefits Isles, a Trenton-based nonprofit that aims to create healthy, sustainable communities. Saturday, October 29.

New Brunswick Jazz Project

Monument Square, George Street and Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 732-640-0001. www.centraljerseyjazzfestival.com.

Central Jersey Jazz Festival. Johnny O’ Neal Quartet, Steven Kroon Latin Sextet, Jeremy Pelt Quartet, and more. Saturday, September 17.

Garden State Ale House, 378 George Street, New Brunswick. www.nbjp.org.

Matt Gordeuk Band. Tuesday, September 20.

John Nunez Band. Guitarist John Nunez and his band. Tuesday, September 27.

INC American Bar & Kitchen, 302 George Street, New Brunswick.

JC Stylles Trio. Guitarist JC Stylles with Pat Bianchi, organ, and Byron Landham, drums. Wednesday, September 21.

Anthony Ware Trio. Saxophonist Anthony Ware and his trio. Wednesday, September 28.

Hyatt Regency, 2 Albany Street, New Brunswick.

Ralph Bowen Quartet. Saxophonist Ralph Bowen and his quartet. Thursday, September 22.

Stephen Fuller Quartet. Thursday, September 29.

Due Mari, 78 Albany Street, New Brunswick.

Emma Larsson Duo. Vocals and keyboard. Friday, September 23.

Candice Reyes Duo. Vocals and keyboard. Friday, September 30.

Palmer Square

40 Nassau Street, Princeton. www.palmersquare.com.

25th Annual JazzFeast. Open-air jazz festival featuring performances by Alan Dale and the New Legacy Jazz Band, Chuck Redd Quintet, Spanglish Fly, Peter and Will Anderson Quintet, and Professor Cunningham And His Old School. Sunday, September 18.

Patriots Theater

at the War Memorial

Memorial Drive, Trenton, 215-893-1999. phillypops.org.

Philly POPS’ Movin’ Out. Benefit concert for St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center in Lawrence features Broadway performing Michael Cavanaugh and POPS conductor Stuart Chafetz presenting “The Music of Billy Joel,” Saturday, October 1.

Prallsville Mills

Route 29, Stockton, 609-397-3586. www.prallsvillemills.org.

Ginny Reilly & David Maloney. Performing original works as well as songs by Iris Dement, Tom Dundee, and John Prine. Friday, October 14.

Princeton Folk

Music Society

Christ Congregation Church, 50 Walnut Lane, Princeton, 609-799-0944. www.princetonfolk.org.

Folk Singers John Roberts and Deb Cowan. Friday, September 16.

Bryan Bowers. Performing old-fashioned folk music on the autoharp. Friday, October 21.

Irish Fiddler Kevin Burke. $20. Friday, November 18.

Barnes & Noble

3535 Route 1, Suite 400, Princeton, 609-218-2284.

French Jazz Violinist Scott Tixier. Free performance in center court, followed signing of CD “Cosmic Adventure.” Friday, September 16.

State Theater

15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 732-246-7469. www.statetheatrenj.org.

Gilberto Santa Rosa. Grammy Award-winner Latin vocalist. Saturday, October 1.

The Midtown Men. Rock and roll hits from the ’60s. Thursday, October 6.

The Fab Faux. With Hogshead Horns and Creme Tangerine Strings. Performing songs written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Saturday, October 15.

Brian McKnight. Grammy Award-winning R&B singer-songwriter. Friday, October 21.

The Havana Cuba All-Stars. Songs celebrating the musical legacy of Cuba. $35 to $70. Saturday, October 22.

The Monkees. Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork in concert as part of their “Good Times! 50th Anniversary Tour.” Wednesday, October 26.

Golden Oldies Spectacular. Featuring The Coasters, Frankie Lymon’s Teenagers, Charlie Thomas Drifters, Shirley Alston Reeves and her Shirelles, The Skyliners, Jay Siegel’s Tokens, The Passions featuring Jimmy Gallagher, and Larry Chance & The Earls. Saturday, November 12.

The Rrazz Room

385 West Bridge Street, New Hope, PA, 888-596-1027. www.therrazzroom.com.

Ty Herndon. Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum country music recording artist. Friday, September 16.

Andrea Marcovicci. Cabaret artist presents a bouquet of love songs by the brothers Gershwin. Saturday, October 8.


Universalist Church

268 Washington Crossing-Pennington Road, Titusville. www.cosmiccrossings.org.

Cosmic Crossings Concert Series. Modulator ESP, performing improvised experimental soundscapes using synthesizers, sampling, sequencing, looping, and processing. Friday, September 16.

Cosmic Crossings Concert Series. Kip Rosser and Electric Diamond. Saturday, October 29.

Cosmic Crossings Concert Series. Chuck van Zyl, Philadelphia area Space musician. Sunday, November 13.

Williamson Park

Delmorr Avenue, Morrisville, PA, 215-295-8181.

Morrisville Jazz Festival. A day of eclectic jazz featuring the Monday Blues Jazz Orchestra, Shure Shotz, and the Steve Parker Jazz Ensemble. Saturday, September 17.

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