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DATE: Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017                                                              Patricia Parente
                                                                                                                         (609) 267-9660, ext. 3081                                              



Popular Indoor Shows Return Oct. 8

The Burlington County Library is excited to announce the 2017 fall schedule for “Sundays on Stage,” a series of culturally-diverse afternoon performances presented live in the auditorium beginning Oct. 8.

Enjoy R&B, soul, classic rock and top 40 dance tunes, tribute bands, Latin party music, and more. All shows begin at 2 p.m. and admission is free.

The library’s stage performances are held each year in the spring and again in the fall in an effort to bring a diverse selection of culturally-enriching entertainment to the residents of Burlington County. The perfect way to start (or end) the week, the shows are chosen to reflect the BCLS mission to enrich lives by providing opportunities for learning, growth, and personal development.

Attendees are encouraged to arrive early, since seating is limited. Doors open at 1:40 p.m.
The County Library is located at 5 Pioneer Boulevard off Woodlane Road in Westampton. For more information, call (609) 267-9660, or visit

The 2017 Sundays on Stage fall performances include:

Oct. 8 – History of the ‘50s and ‘60s through Popular Song
Relive this colorful time in history when Marc Black, a recent inductee into the New York Blues Hall of Fame, presents an engaging and humorous multi-media show bound to get audience members cheerfully singing along. Enjoy surprising songs like “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini,” great rock tunes like “Blue Suede Shoes,” and moving folk songs like “Blowin’ in the Wind” to help you feel good about where we are…and where we’ve been.

Oct. 15 – Dancing Dream
(ABBA Tribute Band)
Enjoy the best hits of ABBA when the Dancing Dream tribute band presents a dazzling performance featuring beautiful harmonies, glamorous costumes and exciting choreography. “Take a chance” on this New York City-based band with charisma that electrifies the audience.

Oct. 22 - De Tierra Caliente
De Tierra Caliente performs Latin party music that gets everyone dancing in their seats. Enjoy catchy melodies and unaffected lyrics fused with Latin, Caribbean and Brazilian rhythms to inspire an irresistible North/South American party. The group has released two full-length albums and played hundreds of shows throughout the United States, Columbia, Brazil and Puerto Rico.

Oct. 29 - Live at the Fillmore
(The Definitive Tribute to the Original Allman Brothers Band)
For those who were there to hear the original Allman Brothers Band perform - and those who wish they were - Live at the Fillmore pays great attention to recreating the music with an unparalleled degree of authenticity. Chosen as a featured performer on next year’s Southern Rock Cruise, the band received rave reviews for its spring performance on national television as part of AXS TV’s World’s Greatest Tribute Bands.

Nov. 5 – Philly Soul Collective
Comprised of inspirational musicians and skillful vocalists, Philly Soul Collective is a high-energy, nine-piece band that performs R&B, soul, classic rock, and top 40 dance music. With a combined 20-plus years in the entertainment industry, the group has performed at intimate gatherings as well as major concert venues to win over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life.

Nov. 12 - Jewish Choral Festival
The Sharim v'Sharot (People of Song) Foundation, under the leadership of Dr. Elayne Robinson Grossman, presents the 11th Anniversary Sharim v'Sharot Choral Festival with choirs from New Jersey and Pennsylvania. As part of the festival, returning Scholar-in-Residence Cantor-Maestro David Tilman presents "The Life and Jewish Works of Leonard Bernstein - Part II" along with a recap of Part I, which was presented with great acclaim last season at the beginning of Bernstein’s centennial birth year.

Nov. 19 – Adam Ananda
Renowned sitar player Adam Laboz has a unique style developed from combining his fondness of western rock and pop music with traditional Indian classical. Adam has appeared on stages of all sizes, from intimate yoga Kirtans to the concert-sized stage at Madison Square Garden, performing with the band Weezer.

Dec. 3 – The Divine Hand Ensemble Holiday Concert
Enjoy this Victorian holiday show featuring a theremin, the world’s first electronic musical instrument, which remains the only instrument played without touching, and an eight-piece string ensemble. Mano Divina, a professional concert thereminist, bends electricity with his hands to release the sound of singing angels backed by heavenly harps and a violin section. Watch him as he literally pulls beautiful music out of thin air.

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