Matt Wade


Matt Wade is a multi-talented musician and vocalist who immersed himself in a variety of music genres from pop and rock to jazz and blues and ultimately developed his own style. Growing up in Pt. Pleasant, NJ, Matt was working out songs on a player-piano in his home by age three. He eventually added drums and guitar to his repertoire as well as a Hammond B3 player. Matt studied music at New School University in New York City.
His original songs and amazing piano playing combine to show how much this fresh new talent enjoys doing what he does best.
Matt is the recipient of the 2010 JAM Award for Best New Artist!
Matt's web site: Matt Wade on My Space


Pat Karwan

Pat Karwan has been influenced by some of America's most talented artists of the past century. From early Country, Rock, Jazz and Blues legends, to present day innovators. With such vast influences, it's easy to see why Pat is hard to classify. He simply refers to his style as "American Music".
Pat's band, The Karwin Patrix Band performs select club dates and festivals in the New Jersey area. In addition to the band format, Pat has spent a good part of the last 6 years perfecting his solo singer/songwriter performance.
Pat's web site: www.karwinpatrix.com

Pat Fitzsimmons

Patrick has just released his fifth CD titled So Beautiful So Blue. It is his first studio release in three years. He released LIVE: The Birthday Shows in 2006 which reached 20 on that year's Folk DJ Chart. Patrick started recording So Beautiful So Blue in the fall of 2007. Half way through the project he was diagnosed with cancer and underwent treatment throughout the winter and spring of 2008. On the "good days" he was able to continue working on the CD as well as writing and recording his new song "It's Alright", inspired by this "strange and frightful twist of fate" and the outpouring of love and support from family friends and fans wishing him well and keeping him in their thoughts and prayers. Patrick is now in remission and very happy to be back out playing music again.
Patrick’s web site: www.patrickfitzsimmons.net

Jo Wymer

Blueswoman Jo Wymer hails from Freehold, NJ. She performs her fiery collection of originals and hand-picked classic blues tunes...All performed with "JERSEY GIRL" attitude. Recently, Jo has been making a name for herself all along the Jersey Coast. She was a semi-finalist in VH1's New Artist Jam - 2005, and in the Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Foundation's "Blues Challenge" (for 2005 and 2006). Jo and her band were nominated for the Top Blues Band at the 2006 Asbury Park Music Awards, and was a semi-finalist in the John Lennon Songwriter's contest this past year.
Recently Jo's song "BOULEVARD" held the 9th spot on the Blues Charts for the later part of June and early July of 2006. In July of 2006 Jo was selected to play at the legendary MAXWELL's in Hoboken, NJ as part of the NJ Singer/Songwriter's in the Round....a very high honor for Jo.

The Woodzmen were spawned from pure camping spirit. Guitars and drum beats by the fire both inspire the lyrical melodies and cohesiveness between music and soul.
Michael Baine and Jim DeMarco created the Woodzmen as an outlet for their musical passion.
Visit them on the web at www.woodzmen.com
Don Lee

Don Lee's solo career has rocketed since the break up of his old band Red-Headed Boogie Child. So much hard work and effort went into that band, it was hard see it end. Don thanks his home away from home, The Cornerstone Cafe and other local venues for supporting his move to solo artist.

Gil Velazquez

inspiration comes from melding rock, Latin, techno, jazz and world beats coupled with lyrical guitar phrasing. Gil's style has been compared to Carlos Santana, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page to name a few. Contact Gil at www.myspace.com/gilvelazquez


Todd Robbins currently designs and maintains this website and is also a musician you can find performing in bars all around the area. Visit Todd on facebook

Angelina Marino painted the murals at the Manasquan and Point Pleasant Beach stores. Her coffee cups adorn our web site. Marino and Heidel Gallery