Marc Lanzoff worked the door for three decades at Bobby Albert’s famous New Brunswick rock club: the Court Tavern.
A 50-year-old record dedicated to the people of New Brunswick includes a tune that became a national hit: Looking Glass’ “Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl)”
A popular indie punk band returns to New Brunswick today for a performance at “Corefest,” an annual music festival hosted on the Rutgers University campus.
There’s still time to check out “Windows of Understanding,” the free public art initiative on display in four towns around the county.
New Brunswick’s newest mural is in a prominent, albeit hidden location: inside the bell tower at St. Peter the Apostle University & Community Parish.
On Saturday, December 4, the Smithereens will play once again in Middlesex County, in their hometown of Carteret for the official Grand Opening concert of the Carteret Performing Arts & Event Center (CPAC).
As the New Jersey music scene comes back to life, and “The Hub” takes center stage in New Brunswick, whither its neighbor, the Court Tavern?