Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Danielle Marrone Rozinski (Redbird)

Danielle is a force to be reckoned with. She's a multi-instrumentalist,  almost exclusively by ear, has been in a large number of bands and is a staunch supporter of Musicians on a Mission and Albert Hall in Waretown, which is sort of her home base. She and her husband John volunteer, and perform at Albert Hall, MOAM events and many other venues. They perform under the name "Rebird", and to find out how that name came about you'll have to listen to her fascinating interview. 


Monday, March 19, 2018

Brandon Broderick

Born in Princeton, NJ in 1989 and raised in Hightstown, NJ, Brandon Broderick always loved music.  He started out as a drummer in his elementary school marching band and eventually formed his own rock band called "Dark Rode" at Hightstown High School in 2004.

After Dark Rode broke up, Broderick turned to acoustic guitar and vocals to front a newly formed folk-rock band  Although Broderick fronted a rock band, he was always a solo acoustic performer. While the band continued to perform locally, Broderick took to the streets performing open mics around Central NJ. He continually wrote songs and honed his craft behind the scenes. 

Now, Brandon Broderick is taking his solo career to the next level by expanding his craft and increasing his work ethic. Inspired by the works of Dave Matthews, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Phish, Bruce Springsteen, Hank Williams, The Grateful Dead and Tom Waits, Broderick intends to become a prolific performer and songwriter who can captivate audiences and impress even the most doubtful listener

        Brandon's Website                  The Interview                  Brandon's Bandcamp page                                                               

Monday, January 15, 2018

Featured Artist

Kacie Baker

Kacie Baker is a local singer songwriter out of Central New Jersey. Playing on guitar, piano, harmonica, and vocals, Kacie has been performing over the NJ/NY/PA area over the last few years. Her music has been compared to traditional folk styles with an original ingredient that makes her sound a fresh contemporary art. Kacie's music has been the topic of various local press that cover the music scene in the NJ area and also been recognized by the Jersey Acoustic Music (JAM) Awards as the Best Songwriter. She was also nominated for five categories including winner for Best Song for 'So Real'.



Now, sit back, relax and listen to Kacie's fascinating story.

      The Interview

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Featured Artist

Art Steinman

photo courtesy of Steven Startak

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Art has had a long and varied musical career over the last 50 years.
He has been in multiple bands  in Jersey and New York. He started out at 15 in a "garage" band called the Jagged Edge.and then various groups. He also worked as a studio musician. In 1970, Art played the Fillmore East with Wilbert Harrison (Going to Kansas City). Because of that gig Art signed a contract with Atlantic Records. He formed a band called Snailspace with his brother Wes. They recorded many demos at Atlantic but no releases. 

In 1983, Art was moved to New Jersey by Bell Labs where he worked for almost 20 years, all the while writing original songs and playing with local musicians at the Internet Cafe in Red Bank in the '90s. He played Riverfest in 2000 and 2001 in a duo called ReV,  which produced a private label CD. His last duo was Lanes Merge with Bob Lang. They played at places like Val's and L'il Master's Grill, a short-lived open mic in Fair Haven that Art hosted.

Art still writes songs and stays involved in the local music scene. Now sit back, relax and hear Art's story in his own words.

                                                                The Interview

 ReverbNation                 The Jagged Edge on Facebook              Lanes Merge on Facebook   

Sunday, October 1, 2017

October Musician of the Month

Thomas Johnston

Proving you're never too old and it's never too late, Thomas Johnston of White House Station, New Jersey, has emerged as an acclaimed singer songwriter. Born and raised in the Bronx, New York, with Irish family roots in County Clare and Belfast, he crafts his original songs by combining Americana with a touch of Irish music. His 3rd record, "More Songs To Sing", is complete and is making its way out to the world!

Website        Facebook      Reverb Nation      CD Baby

The Interview

Saturday, September 23, 2017

We're taking September off. Check back for our interview with

Thomas Johnston, October Musician of the Month!

Sunday, August 27, 2017

August Musician of the Month

Jill Cagney

Jill Cagney does not bend the truth to be nice, get along with people or fit into society. In her music, she writes about the things most of us would not say out loud; then she sings them in public. With songs about friends who always ask but never take advice, Facebook addiction, wanting to curse someone out, forgiveness, the sweetness of falling in love and the pain of losing a cell phone, Jill’s music speaks to our everyday struggles, draws us in and makes us say “me too!”Jill has opened multiple times for Pat Dinizio of The Smithereens at The Crossroads in NJ.  She performed as a part of the WFMU Seven Second Delay during their record breaking 60 artists in 60 minutes show. She has showcased at multiple music conferences and festivals.“Perspective is everything, and a little sarcasm doesn’t hurt either” Jill Cagney


2012 - "Nerves Of Steel"
2011- "It's All In How You See Things"
2009 - "Sometimes I Tell The Truth" 

NYC - The National Underground, Googies Lounge, The Annex, UC Lounge, Bar East, The Upright Citizens Brigade, Bar 169, Alphabet Lounge, Ella Lounge
NJ - The Crossroads, The Stanhope House, The Record Collector, International Cafe, Rockin Joe's, Jersey Garden's Mall, Molly Maguires, Espresso Joes
PA - The Legendary Dobbs, The Grape Room, The Appalachian Brewing Company, Cornerstone Coffeehouse
IN - Birdy's
VT - Nectars
NC - Creatures Cafe
TN - The Buccaneer, Sapphire, The Art Market Gallery
Toronto, CA - Slacks, The Village Vapor Lounge

Jill's Website

The Interview