guitarist/singer plays music from his former
band, Traffic, and his solo career. 8 PM; $39-$69.
Mayo PAC ( mayoarts.org).
March 13: The R&B pop star, who recently
collaborated with Chris Brown for her single
“Player,” visits Sayreville on her Joyride World
Tour. 6: 30 PM; $25-$100. Starland Ballroom,
Sayreville ( starlandballroom.com).
March 18: Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley,
two of the founders of the rock band America,
visit Atlantic City. 8 PM; $55-$59.50. Music Box,
Borgata Hotel, Atlantic City ( theborgata.com).
March 18 & 20: The octogenarian singer visits
Newark and Red Bank. March 18: 8 PM; $29.50-
$125. NJPAC, Newark ( njpac.org). March 20:
7: 30 PM; $59-$135. Count Basie Theatre, Red
Bank ( countbasietheatre.org).
March 19 & 22: Talented artists, including
guitar legend Buddy Guy and bassist Billy Cox,
perform Jimi Hendrix’s greatest hits. March
19: 8 PM; $69-$89. Event Center, Borgata Hotel,
Atlantic City ( theborgata.com). March 22: 8
PM; $79-$99. Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank
March 19: Actor and musician Michael Lee
Aday, known by his meaty stage name, arrives
in Montclair like a bat out of hell. 8 PM;
$20-$199.50. Wellmont Theater, Montclair
March 19: The violinist and conductor appears
with London’s Academy of St. Martin in the
Field. 8 PM; $25-$129. Prudential Hall, NJPAC,
Newark ( njpac.org).
March 29: The rapper released Darkest Before
Dawn in December, calling it a “prelude album”
in anticipation of the release of his third album,
King Push, in April. 8 PM; $32.50-$99. Starland
Ballroom, Sayreville ( starlandballroom.com).
March 31: The iconic Motown singer and
frontwoman of the Supremes takes the stage
at the State Theatre. 8 PM; $55-$165. New
Brunswick ( statetheatre.org).
A Tale of Two Cities
March 5: National Players presents the Dickens
classic set in the days leading up to and during
the French Revolution. The play is told from the
point of view of characters in Paris and London,
where “it was the best of times, it was the
worst of times.” 7: 30 PM; $7-$30. Stockton PAC,
Galloway ( stocktonpac.org).
A Bronx Tale
Thru March 6: Chazz Palminteri’s gangster
classic hits the stage at the Paper Mill Playhouse
in this world-premiere musical adaptation of
Palminteri’s original 1990 one-man show (which
was revamped for the big screen in 1993 and
marked the directorial debut of Robert De Niro).
This 2016 musical version, written by Palminteri
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