Music Schedule

Our 2022 Two-Day Lineup

Sat, July 9, 2022

Noon to 12:30 — Mike Montrey Band from New Brunswick, NJ — Americana, Folk and Rock & Roll come together to be sung by a true singer songwriter.

12:42 to 1:12 — UPDATE:  Cold Weather Company — New Brunswick — Rich harmonies and instrumental builds with a hint of folk-rock meets jam band.  (Unfortunately, Al Gold & Rhythm Kings had a last-minute conflict.)

1:24 to 1:54 — Los Traficantes del Amor —  Hailing from South of The Oranges, this Tex-Mex outfit plays Latin Rock, Blues, and Folkloric music.

2:06 to 2:36 — Big Mamou — Montclair, NJ — infectious sound that is Big Mamou has eclectic influences ranging from Amede Ardoin to the Louvin Brothers with just a little dash of Johnny Cash to spice up the gumbo.

2:48 to 3:18 — Sye — River Edge, NJ — hip-hop/pop artist with genuine lyrics that stimulate the soul.

3:30 to 4:00 — Maplewolf — Maplewood, NJ — Country rock band from Maplewood and South Orange specializing in harmonies, honky-tonk, waltzes, and weepers.

4:12 to 4:42 — Thingama Jigs — Mapso, NJ — Spirited “kilt-y” pleasures!

4:54 to 5:24 — Deadful Greats — Maplewood and South Orange, NJ — Veteran Maplewood Musicians evoke the Grateful Dead in their prime.

5:36 to 6:06 — Sandra Small — Jersey City, NJ — NYC based singer songwriter with a band that is a mix of rock, funk and soul vibes.

6:18 to 6:48 — FEATURED ACT — Autumn JonesBrooklyn-based, a genre-bending group who blend hip-hop, funk and rock to make a sound all their own.

7:18 to 8:03 — FEATURED ACT– Alexander Kariotis — Maplewood, NJ — Weaving timeless operatic arias amid soaring rock melodies.

8:30  — HEADLINER — Funk Yeah! — Maplewood and South Orange, NJ — 70’s funk with members of Tower of Power and Blood, Sweat & Tears.  Read more.

Sun, July 10, 2022

Noon to 12:30 — Debra Devi — Jersey City, NJ — Sheryl Crow meets Gov’t Mule.

12:42 to 1:12 — UPDATE:  Laredo — MAPSO — Seasoned local scene songsters adding salt to the sound.  (Unfortunately, Queen Ella had a last minute conflict.)

1:24 to 1:54 — The Q-Tip Bandits — Boston, MA — smooth yet powerful sound, thoughtful lyrics with danceable grooves.

2:06 to 2:36 —  UPDATE:  Stuff Brothers — Originals & covers. Rootsy goodness to classic and unexpected tunes. Acoustic, electric, eclectic.  (Unfortunately, Sananga had a last-minute conflict.)

2:48 to 3:18 — Jeremy Beck and the Heavy Duty Horns — Bayonne, NJ — Tower of Power meets Prince: funky, soulful, jam/classic rock band with killer 4-part horn harmony!

3:30 to 4:00 — Enrose — New York, NY — Long Island based R&B/pop music project created by saxophonist, vocalist, and songwriter, Gabi Rose.

4:12 to 4:42 — Forget the Whale — Maplewood and South Orange, NJ — Genre-bending, female fronted, original pop/rock with horns.

4:54 to 5:34  — Control the Sound — Brooklyn-based, a genre-bending group who blend hip-hop, funk and rock to make a sound all their own.

5:55 to 6:55 — FEATURE ACT —  Friends of the Brothers —  Maplewood, South Orange, and New York — celebrating the music of the Allman Brothers Band with members closely associated with the original band.  Read more.

7:40 to 9:40 — HEADLINER — Galactic — renowned New Orleans based instrumental outfit taking a distinctly contemporary approach towards their own progressive sound, interpolating modern rhythms and electronic instrumentation within the house-shaking framework of the Crescent City’s funk pop ‘n’ roll.  Read more.