HONAH LEE/ BRIDGE BEAT DUO

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Bridge Beat Duo – a classic rock, soul/R&B driven music duo with two part harmonies and live percussion.

Comedian: TODD GLASS. SECOND SHOW ADDED! GET TICKETS NOW!

FIRST SHOW IS SOLD OUT, TICKETS AVAILIBLE FOR THE SECOND SHOW AT 10:30PM! don’t wait, get your tickets now!

JnP’s and Mike DiAlto’s Stand Up Comedy Night Proudly Present Comedian Todd Glass!
Todd Grew up in Philadelphia and started comedy at 16, the rest is history.

Some of Todd’s Credits Include:
-2018 Netflix Special
-The Daily Show
-Jimmy Kimmell – 13 Appearances
-The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
-Tosh.0
-Conan O’Brian
-Sarah Silverman – I Love You America
-1/2 Hour Comedy Central Special

Todd can also be seen touring with:
-Daniel Tosh
-Jim Gaffigan
-David Cross
-David Spade
-Sarah Silverman

CAT LONDON, HOLLER AND THE HAND, JESSIE ELLIOT AND THE FALCONNAIERS

Cat London is a New Jersey, USA indie artist with a 4-piece dark-pop conglomeration backed on stage and in the studio by Rich Aveo (piano/vocal), Paul O’Keeffe (bass), and Anthony Freda (drums). London’s sound, performance, and songwriting combines Ryan Adam’s and Damien Rice’s tender portrayal of love and conflict with electrified indie-pop tunes invoking the energy of Lana Del Rey and Lady Gaga (and add in some Fiona Apple and Jewel while we’re at it).

Then simply billed as “Cat,” London’s 2012 debut EP, Box of Chocolates, produced and engineered by Robert Frazza (Tony Levin, Donna Lewis) in Woodstock, New York, showcased introspective lyrics and melodic acoustic guitar. Following a BMI A&R rep’s fortuitous suggestion that her voice was better suited for piano than guitar, London taught herself to play the piano, and “Cat London” was born. Armed with a more refined sound and streamlined editing process, London developed the controlled musicality and darker, more substantial narratives that her songwriting exudes today.

London has shared the stage with world renowned performers like Bob Weir (Grateful Dead), Jeffrey Gaines, Bobby Bandiera (Bon Jovi), Garland Jeffreys, John Eddie, Glen Burtnik, The Head and The Heart, and Hey Ocean. She has performed at legendary venues like the Hard Rock San Francisco, Bearsville Theater, Stone Pony, Count Basie Theater, State Theater, Strand Theater, Carnegie Hall, and Rockwood Music Hall.

In 2014, London recorded her haunting duet, “The Right Way” featuring Jerzy Jung and produced by Rich Aveo, at Lakehouse Recording Studio in Asbury Park, NJ. The single is the heart of London’s #TheRightWay, a bullying awareness and kindness campaign encouraging unity among peers. Both the campaign video and music video garnered the attention of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, National Dance Week Foundation’s Kicks for Kindness, News12 NJ Spotlight TV, and Dance Magazine’s video-of-the-month. It took home awards at the Garden State Film Festival and Ridgewood Film Festival, and screened at the Asbury Park Music in Film Festival and Rahway Film Festival.

London’s EP, Dangerous Me, finds the singer confronting the monster of self-doubt. On the album, London questions how she can trust herself if she is made up entirely of contradictions: the strong, enigmatic femme fatale of “Dangerous Me” is also the vulnerable girl of “With Him,” and the detached lover of “Involved.” The record deftly reveals that there is knowledge to be found in the mystery of the human condition. London challenges listeners to engage in their own self-reflection and find confidence in their complexities.

In Spring 2016, “Involved” was submitted and accepted by the casting directors of television show “The Song,” making London a successful entrant and finalist for its pilot episode. During filming, London was on set with Lisa Loeb, Eliot Sloan (Blessid Union of Souls), Andrew Copeland (Sister Hazel), Shelly Peiken (wrote “Bitch” and “What a Girl Wants”), and other industry names. The Song is a competition based show for songwriters and is still in development phases.

At the start of 2017, London’s image was selected for the cover of Indie Bible’s latest publication. London was also featured in NJ.com and Star Ledger’s January article “NJ Bands You Must Hear in ’17.”