MUSIC IS BACK AT BAC!
Edward Trice Live at the BAC
Edward Trice Sings Soul and Standards
July 22, 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Edward Trice has been a resident of the Jersey Shore for 30 years, and a resident of Belmar for almost 20. Originally from Paterson, New Jersey, Trice has been performing since he was five years old, singing on the radio and in church. He led his own accapella R&B group as well. At age 17, Mr Trice became a father.
Trice, now sings around the Jersey Shore and has his own book entitled "The Blog That Became A Book".
Enjoy the vocal styles of Edward Trice as he performs some of his favorite tunes. A trio will join with him. Mr Trice, and his band, will perform his own renditions of tunes from Bob Marley, Nina Simone, Al Green, and Ray Charles, as well as some jazz standards, and more.
July 30, 7:30-10:30pm at the BAC
Whether you play guitar or sitar, sing or rap, whether you play soul, rock, or hip hop , the stage is open for you. The open mic is designed to include performers from all different backgrounds and different ages. All are welcome and no need to be a member. One can play songs from any genre or style and original music is definitely encouraged. Performers will sign in at arrival and be all set to perform, first come first serve. We want to get everyone who signs up a chance to do their thing. Hosted by Matthew Trice, let's come together in these times to share our stories and our music.
MUSIC AT THE MOSAIC OPENING
Saturday, July 16, 5-7pm
Matthew E Trice is a saxophonist, arranger, and composer from Belmar, New Jersey. Trice started professionally playing experimental contemporary music in New Jersey with the band We Used to Cut the Grass. He then moved to Minnesota to graduate from McNally Smith College of Music, under the mentorship of Pete Whitman. Trice has toured the U.S. and has played in venues in Minneapolis, New York City, Chicago, Denver, Wisconsin, Iowa, Vermont, Pennsylvania, and Nebraska. Enjoy different renditions of pop tunes from Stevie Wonder to the Greatful Dead, jazz standards, and improvisations.