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'Not Enough Jeffs' to Play Sunday at P-G Art in the Park

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PEAPACK AND GLADSTONE, NJ - The 16th annual "Art in the Park" will take place in Liberty Park in Peapack Sept. 20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be more than 40 artists and artisans selling their original creations, many of whom are local and known in the Somerset Hills community.  

The music will strike a familiar chord as well.

Not Enough Jeffs will open the musical portion of the day. The band has achieved notiariety locally, having performed in local venues and at area community and charitable events. The versatile nine-member band is made up in large part of Peapack-Gladstone residents, and plays favorites from the 1960s to the current day.

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Why is the band known as "Not Enough Jeffs"?  The band's website does not explain the name.  However, there are two Jeffs in the band:  Jeff Steinhorn, who performs lead and backing vocals, bass and harmonica, and Jeff Streger, who performs lead vocals and bass.  Both Jeffs live in the twin borough.  Not Enough Jeffs will perform beginning at noon on Sunday.

They will be followed by C.C. Coletti at 1:45 p.m.  A world class musical talent, Coletti will perform her original rock sound.

While listening to the music, attendees can browse the original art and make purchases from the artists.  They can also snack on food provided by Dominick's Pizza and Aunt Jack's baking Company.  A community art project and children's craft area will also round out the day.

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