Rich Kubicz & Damn The Torpedoes
with special guest performers
to Play Northern New Jersey’s
Most Intimate Coffeehouse

Union, NJ, March 21, 2017 — The SALEM ROADHOUSE CAFÉ proudly presents Rich Kubicz & Friends on Saturday, 8 April, 2017. Doors open 7:00PM. The show starts at 7:30 P.M.
Admission is $20.00/$10.00 for students with ID.

Rich Kubicz is no stranger to The Salem Roadhouse Cafe.  As a matter of fact, he was there right at the start.  Making his 9th appearance since The Roadhouse inception, Rich brings his locally lauded Tom Petty Tribute Band Damn The Torpedoes back as the house band for a show that features a myriad of talented performers.

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From Rich, “As always, my band will be playing paired down acoustic versions of cool Tom Petty songs for one half of the show and then...DTT backs the entire evening as the "House Band" as we invite our opener Michael Zuko Trio, the awesome Michaela McClain, special guest Paul Lerin and the "6th Torpedo"...Mr. Gerry Yoselevich (Tuba and Mandolin) to join in. The group will be performing some of my originals along with classic rock covers.

I'm so happy to keep this show "in the family" so to speak. The artwork this year will be from my lovely and talented niece Raquel Kubicz... AND my favorite sister and talented artist Denise Pereira.
I hope to see some of my friends local to my hometown as we play our 9th Anniversary show at THE SALEM ROADHOUSE CAFÉ”

Original artwork by Denise Pereira & Raquel Kubicz will be on display at the Salem Roadhouse Gallery of Fine Arts for all to enjoy.

All ages are welcome. It's a wholesome show, so bring the entire family.

Plan now for an evening of great music in Northern New Jersey’s Most Intimate Coffeehouse™.

About Salem Roadhouse Café

Shh! The Roadhouse may be the best-kept secret in Northern New Jersey — the area’s best jazz, rock, and even the occasional folkie in an intimate coffeehouse venue. The Roadhouse only opens to the public on the second Saturday evening of the month. It’s where the area’s musicians go to hear other musicians, and you might find yourself sitting next to a famous jazz drummer or a vocalist from Australia. You never know.

Musicians love the audience that takes the time to find the Roadhouse, and when musicians love their audience, they play their hearts out. Why does it take time to find the Roadhouse? We’ve cleverly hidden it in a church basement, where audience and musicians are within touching distance of each other. The acoustics are great.

The Roadhouse serves real coffee and tea — it’s a coffeehouse, not a bar, after all. Hot and cold snacks and desserts are included in the admission.

There’s art, too, because art and music go together. You can sip your coffee while perusing original works available for purchase at the Roadhouse Fine Arts Gallery. Works change with each opening.

Ask around. You might be surprised to find who knows about the Roadhouse. But you didn’t hear it from us…

As a fun, creative, community outreach mission of the church, show proceeds always benefit local NJ charities. Admission includes the show, snacks, beverages and desserts, plus the art gallery.

Union 34TV records the shows for broadcast — so check out past shows on cable TV34. See the Roadhouse on Union TV Channel 34’s “Union After Dark” nightly music series.
 

Where: SALEM ROADHOUSE CAFÉ, 829 Salem Road, Union, NJ 07083

When: Saturday, 8 April, 2017

Web: www.roadhousecafe.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/roadhousecafe

Phone: 1-908-687-1028 (leave a message and a return number)