Isaiah Showell stopped by Stockton University's weekly "Tunes at Noon" series which showcases talented musicians every Wednesday from 12 to 1 p.m. in the Campus Center Coffee House. This week's artist was Christine Havrilla. She spoke to Isaiah about the way she likes to vary the musical genres she performs -- calling her latest album, Sunless Escapade, "neo-funkadelic folk-pop twang-rock."
If her name sounds familiar, then you might have been a fan of the Fox television show American Idol. Peruto appeared as a contestant on the show during their 14th season in 2015 and made it through to “Hollywood Week.”
Mamrak, a graduate of Gloucester County College (now RCSJ), always dreamed of being a filmmaker. With 33 years invested in the film industry, he has returned to the South Jersey to share his behind-the-camera knowledge and movie-making experiences with student interns eager to follow in his footsteps
Dawn Hiatt’s music can at times sound eclectic, most with an indie folk and alternative country foundation, but every now and then a funky bassline finds its way in along with an occasional smattering of vibes and strings. She says finds it hard to pin down exactly what other musical artists have had an impact on her work. She says any influence is quite broad.
Local recording artist Martin Muniz (also known as "MartyAfterDark") has released his second album, titled: Water Temple. The album draws inspiration -- and its name -- from the popular 1998 video game, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
The sounds of the holidays will fill the Sol and Jean Davidow Performing Arts Theatre at Salem Community College when the SCC Oak Singers present "Winter’s Light - A Holiday Concert" on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 2 p.m.
A local resident who recently entered the world of authordom participated in her first book signing event earlier this month. Kelly L. Miletta, from Cedarville, held the event at The Spot at The Ave, in Vineland, to celebrate her first children’s book entitled, Some Bugs I Know.
It doesn’t take a Ph.D. in German Language and Literature to write clever, wry, and observant songs with titles such as “Google Jawn,” “Tony From Tycony,” “Fake News,” and his holiday offering, “Santapause,” but in singer-songwriter Jason Ager’s case, it can’t hurt.
Tap dancing and classical harp come together to raise money for the nonprofit Ghana Make a Difference (GMAD) at a show that will take place in New York this Saturday. Robin Passmore and Juliana Beckel, who both grew up in Pittsgrove, New Jersey, will perform at a gallery in SoHo on Nov. 30.