By Amanda Bongiovi Not many artists can say that they have been signed to the same record label for their entire career. However, country singer/songwriter Sara Evans has been signed to RCA Records Nashville since she met Harlan Howard in 1997. See Sara Evans at the State Theatre on Friday, […]
By Maggie Dantoni Lead singer and song writer of The Mavericks, Raul Malo, will be joining his band and bringing their Latin inspired country music to the stage for their debut at the State Theatre on October 22, 2015. The Mavericks are back at it again with another remarkable album, […]Read more...
By Amanda Bongiovi With over 50 years in the music industry, American singer-author-actress and lady of soul Patti LaBelle is still going strong. See Patti LaBelle live in concert at the State Theatre on Friday, October 16, 2015 at 8pm! Grow up in Philadelphia, Patti LaBelle was a shy child […]Read more...
By Aly Grindall The sixties were a time of change and growth. Sixties Spectacular represents just that when it comes to the State Theatre on October 10. The 60s gave birth to a new generation, one that was not as keen of growing up as their parents had been. Until […]Read more...
By Aly Grindall Keeping the American classics alive comes the four vocalists of Under the Streetlamp. Under the Streetlamp will perform on Thursday, October 8. Under the Streetlamp though it hails from Chicago, its members come from all over America. The group met during the run of the popular Broadway […]
By Aly Grindall The singer songwriter Hemming brings raw talent and heartfelt songs to the stage during her first U.S. tour. Hemming will be making her State Theatre debut opening for Chris Cornell at the State Theatre on October 12. Hemming, whose real name is Candice Martello, got her big break came […]
By Elizabeth C. Millar Disappearing playing cards, women sawed in half, and a man submerged in a water tank were some of the magical feats of Criss Angel’s show The Supernaturalists Friday night, September 18th at the State Theatre. The nine-member ensemble was ‘unveiled’ on Halloween Night 2014, the 88th […]
By Aly Grindall Patti LaBelle is known for her incredible vocal talents but did you know she’s also an extremely talented cook? Below is one of her recipes for mac and cheese! Watch the video here and follow along as she cooks! Patti LaBelle will be at State Theatre on […]
By Aly Grindall Buddy Guy is a blues legend who has represented the Chicago West Side sound for the past five decades. Buddy Guy will perform at State Theatre on Wednesday, September 30. Buddy Guy began his life in Louisiana where he was born and raised but shortly after adolescence […]
By Amanda Bongiovi Only 21 years old and passionate about music, singer-songwriter Elijah Wolf is taking off in the music industry. Come see Elijah Wolf opening for the Gipsy Kings at the State Theatre on Friday, September 11, 2015 at 8pm. Wolf’s musical story begins in his hometown of Woodstock, […]
By Aly Grindall Bringing a melodic solo acoustic set to State Theatre’s stage is Chris Cornell. See Chris Cornell at State Theatre on Monday, October 12. Chris Cornell is known for his powerful vocals and impact in the Seattle grunge scene. In 1990 Cornell’s band Soundgarden got their big break. […]
By Amanda Bongiovi As the children of gitanos, the Spanish gypsies who fled Catalonia during the Spanish Civil War, the Gipsy Kings have deep-rooted heritage in their music. It’s your chance to see the Gipsy Kings perform on Friday, September 11, 2015 at 8pm at the State Theatre. From the […]
By Aly Grindall Representing the classic New Orleans jazz sound Preservation Hall Jazz Band continues to perform and show the world how classic never goes out of style. Preservation Hall Jazz Band will perform with Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue on Wednesday, August 12. Preservation Hall Jazz Band was created […]
By Amanda Bongiovi In the 1960s, England was pumping out bands faster than anybody could imagine—so fast that it was called the British Invasion in the United States. A part of the invasion, from Newcastle, England, was Eric Burdon & The Animals. See Eric Burdon & The Animals with Edgar […]
By Amanda Bongiovi Emerging from the punk scene of England in 1977, The Psychedelic Furs were a band to be noticed. Though the songs were full of poetic lyrics and great rhythms and melodies, their most unique trait is their name. Having been previously called RKO, Radio, and The Europeans, […]
By Aly Grindall Representing the “new” sound of New Orleans jazz, Trombone Shorty has paved the way for brass players and jazz musicians alike. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will be performing at State Theatre with special guest Preservation Hall Jazz Band on Wednesday, August 12. Having grown up in […]
By Amanda Bongiovi Since 1970, Bobby Bandiera has been performing throughout New Jersey, never forgetting his roots and where he came from. While the Jersey native can usually be found putting on shows down the shore, Bandiera will be in New Brunswick for one night only to pay tribute to […]