Music

See Bobby in Manhattan Thursday Nov. 2nd at The Bitter End.  Tickets are $15 

Please visit http://www.bobbyharden.com for more information! 


If you're looking for the perfect summer night out, you're obviously looking to see a show by a fictional '90s girl duo complete with fake lawsuits as a result of alleged assault in the midst of catchy pop. And it's impossible for performers who wear ensembles combining camo, sequins, and fanny packs to be anything less than thoroughly entertaining.

 

Below is a press release from Adam Enright at the offices of Deena and Dana:

 


  Come out and help Bobby celebrate his release of his new single "NOT READY"

and it's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zltELYbEm_M Friday April 14th  


FRIDAY
December 23  7pm


See Bobby This Friday Night in Emerson, NJ!

November 4th, 9:30pm

RANCHERO CANTINA

214 Kinderkamack Rd.

Emerson, NJ, 07630

212-523-9250 


All too often, live music events are almost ruined by concert-goers who aren’t really there to enjoy the music; they may be there because their friends invited them, or maybe because they just wanted a drink at the bar where a band happens to be playing. Whatever the reason, this kind of disinterest can really negatively affect the whole experience for the band and fellow audience members.


      Once again, I find myself not that surprised but very pleased at the talent that Brian Newman introduces to a wider audience. And once again, I experienced these two talents for the first time at the Django, the cellar level venue of the Roxy Hotel, which is a venue that I swear by and consider my new home base for live music. On June 17th, Brian invited two acts to share the stage with him; the legendary Jose Feliciano, and the up and coming Carly and Martina.


In an attempt to behave less like an irresponsible drunk adolescent and more like a responsible drunk adult, I’ve been following some of my favorite performers to new and immersive venues, my favorite being the Django. The performers I followed there were the incomparable Brian Newman Quintet, and I know anyone they choose to relinquish their stage to will be fantastic in their own right.


 

Several years ago there was an ad campaign for Levy's Rye Bread plastered all over the subway. A smiling face and a loaf of bread beckoned us to try their new product, proclaiming, “You don't have to be Jewish to love Levy's Rye Bread!” 


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