November 12, 2014 — Peter Tork of the Monkees will perform with his blues band Shoe Suede Blues at Open Arts Stage on Saturday, November 29 at 8 p.m.
Long before Peter Tork became a legendary part of the prefab phenomenon known as the The Monkees in 1966, he was a well-respected musician/artist in the burgeoning New York folk and blues scene. Peter has continued his solo career through the years, performing with his own bands, writing and recording and also making numerous guest appearances on a variety of TV programs.
Randy Now (Randy Ellis) is the owner of Randy Now’s Man Cave, located at 134 Farnsworth Avenue in Bordentown, New Jersey. Randy got his start as DJ Randy Now in the 1970s at City Gardens in Trenton, NJ. He went on to work as a club promoter at City Gardens booking over 4,000 musical artists.
WHAT: Peter Tork and Shoe Suede Blues Perform Live at Open Arts Stage
WHO: Open Arts Stage & Randy Now’s Man Cave
WHEN: Saturday, November 29, 8:30 p.m. (doors open at 8 p.m.)
WHERE: Open Arts Stage, 146 U.S. 130, Bordentown Township, NJ 08505
TICKETS: $27.50 (not including online ticketing fees and taxes)
MEDIA CONTACT: Elizabeth Henderson, Marketing/Social Media Manager, (609) 424-3058 • [email protected]