June 1, 2012
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G.Love To Return To Algonquin Arts Theatre For Solo Concert On July 27
Frontman of G.Love & Special Sauce Will Perform Acoustic Show; Asbury Park's Quincy Mumford to Open
Acoustic, Solo Concert
Date & Time:
Friday, July 27, 2012
Algonquin Arts Theatre
173 Main Street, Manasquan, N.J., 08736
$30 + $2 processing fee
To Purchase or for Information:
732-528-9211 or algonquinarts.org
MANASQUAN, NJ – G.Love returns to the Jersey Shore for an acoustic, solo show in Manasquan at Algonquin Arts Theatre on Friday, July 27.
Tickets are $30 and go on sale on Saturday, June 1, at noon via algonquinarts.org, by calling 732-528-9211 or at the Algonquin Arts Theatre Box Office at 173 Main Street in Manasquan. All tickets subject to a $2 processing fee. The beer garden in the courtyard opens at 7 p.m. and doors open at 7:30 p.m.
G. Love, aka Garrett Dutton, has been the front man of the alternative hip-hop blues group G. Love & Special Sauce since he founded the group in 1993. The group is widely known for his upbeat hits "Cold Beverage," "Baby's Got Sauce" and "Hot Cookin',"
In 2006, the G.Love & Special Sauce signed on with Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records, on which he’s released three of his four solo albums. Most recently he returned to his blues and country roots on "Fixin' To Die," produced by Scott and Seth Avett.
G. Love performs roughly 125 shows a year all over the world including Australia, Japan, Brazil, UK, Canada and the U.S. This is his third annual visit to Algonquin Arts Theatre after playing to capacity crowds each of the last two years.
Asbury Park's Quincy Mumford will take the stage to open. Mumford recently released a third album, "Live at the Saint," following four years, more than 300 shows and two award-winning albums. The singer/songwriter creates upbeat music that seamlessly combines elements of pop, funk, reggae and surf grooves.
G.Love's performance is just one of many great entertainment options this summer at Algonquin Arts Theatre. The summer kicks off with The Orchestra of St. Peter By the Sea conducted by Father Alphonse Stephenson on June 24 and is followed by a new musical, Kids Say The Darndest Things! Starring Patrick Cassidy, from June 28-July 1. For more information, visit algonquinarts.org.