Performances by Cari Joy, Earle Nelson and Basement Musicians Guild
Cari Joy - Singer - Songwriter
Cari Joy has been writing music since she was 14, and studied music theory at Penn State with a semester at the NYC American Musical and Dramatic Academy. After an M.A in Educational Theater from NYU, she taught music before moving to Lambertville. Cari is the Performing Arts Coordinator at the Cambridge School, Pennington. Her song “The World Changed” is in the musical Homeroom. She is currently working on two musicals and a short film.
Earle Nelson - Eclectic Singer - Songwriter
Earle Nelson was born in Quinlan, Texas, and he uses these country roots to influence his rock-folk-blues singing and performing. Gutsy, sincere, and rocking are some the best words to describe his performance on stage. Earle has studied performance arts and is also an accomplished song writer, painter, and actor.
Basement Musicians Guild - Musical Trio
The best music from mostly the '50s, '60s, and '70s, they play the music they love and do it very well, performing at Albert Music Hall, Whitesbog Blueberry Festival, Barnegat Lighthouse, and many other venues for well over 10 years. They are repeatedly called back to perform because of their great sound. You will often hear the audience singing along and asking, "Are they channeling those guys?"