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March means music in Cape May

By On Deck Staff

Singer-Songwriter of Cape May will return on March 27 and 28. The weekend event will feature two afternoons of music business panels, workshops, mentoring and networking at Congress Hall and the Harrison Conference Center.
Over 40 music industry professionals will attend as speakers, mentors, and talent scouts to educate and share their experience with conference attendees.
At night over 130 acts and artists will perform on 13 local showcase stages.
The Cape May showcase venues are C-View Inn, Cabanas On The Beach, Carney’s and Carney’s Other Room, Congress Hall’s Ballroom, Brown Room and Boiler Room, The Pilot House, Jackson Mountain Cafe, Ugly Mug, The Mad Batter, Merion Inn and Lucky Bones Backwater Grill.
All showcase performances are open to the public.
Highlights from the weekend event include: A musical Tribute to Robert Hazard on March 27 at 5:30 p.m. and a musical keynote from Chris Barron (Spin Doctors) on March 28 at 5:30 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom at Congress Hall.
Rock bands from Australia and Portugal will perform at Cabanas On The Beach. Singer-Songwriters on Grand Pianos perform at Congress Hall’s Brown Room and Merion Inn.
Local favorites 7mornings CD Release Party 3 will be at the Ugly Mug, Erik Simonsen at Lucky Bones and Thomas Werkheiser at The Mad Batter.
Special guest music industry professionals of note include Grammy winning producers Joseph Donofrio, David Ivory, Phil Nicolo, Joseph Tarsia, and Michael Tarsia, Grammy winning songwriter Julie Gold, rock bands Wheatus and Army of Freshman, Bill and Kay Pere from the Conn. Songwriters Assn. & Songwriting Academy, Michelle Dawn Mooney, South Jersey TV anchor and songwriter.
Registration for the conference portion is available online at sscapemay.com.
For more information call John Harris at 717-221-1124.

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