Light of Day announces rescheduled dates for some postponed shows

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Max Weinberg’s Jukebox will appear at a Light of Day show at the City Winery in New York, Jan. 12.

The Light of Day festival has started announcing the new dates for the postponed shows of its 2022 WinterFest, with more to come. The event had been scheduled to be taking place this week, in Asbury Park and other cities, but was postponed because of the COVID spike.

One of the January events will still take place as originally planned, though: The Max Weinberg Jukebox at City Winery in New York, Jan. 12.

Here is the current schedule; all shows are in Asbury Park unless otherwise noted.

I will add more dates when they become available. For information, visit lightofday.org.

Jan. 12, 8 p.m.: Max Weinberg’s Jukebox at City Winery, New York.
Feb. 26, 7 p.m.: James Maddock, Guy Davis, Joe D’Urso, Loretta Hagen, Arlon Bennett, Jake Thistle at Penguin Rep Theatre, Stony Point, N.Y.
March 4, 8 p.m.: “Songwriters in the Round” at Outpost in the Burbs, Montclair. With James Maddock, Williams Honor (acoustic), Guy Davis, Danielia Cotton, Blue Americana (Glenn Alexander and Oria Aspen) and host Joe D’Urso.
March 6, 9 a.m.: “Springsteen on Sunday” broadcast with Tom Cunningham on 107.1 The Boss FM from The Seahorse at Convention Hall Complex.
March 6, noon: “LOD Next Generation” at Stone Pony. With The Nobodies, Green Planet Band, Clay Kunego, Double A, Jake Ryan, and students from Lakehouse Music Academy, Rockit and Rock’n’Music Academy.
March 6, 1 p.m.: “Cover Me: Best of NJ Tribute Bands” at Wonder Bar. With Best of The Eagles (The Eagles tribute), Bob Burger & The Waiting (Tom Petty tribute), Line Drive, Sharon Lasher’s Heatwave! (Linda Ronstadt tribute), Bell Bottom Blues (Eric Clapton tribute), Late for the Sky with Jake Thistle (Jackson Browne tribute), Almost U2 Unplugged.
March 10, 7 p.m.: Blaise, Bright Lucas Kelly, Morningside Lane at The Saint.
March 10, 7 p.m.: Sandy Mack’s WonderJam Deluxe at Wonder Bar. With Pete Tonti Band, The Deep Cut, Abandoned Outcasts, Waiting on Mongo, Fungkshui, Doug Mikula, Kevin Hill, Chris Siblia, Mack & Flynn, Maggie & Doug.
March 10, 7 p.m.: Open mike at Deal Lake Bar, Loch Arbour. With Joe Petillo, Neil  Kessler, Barabara Paskin, Ron Maletich, Bill McGowan, Kenn Lippkowitz, Leander  Galimba, Fred Rox, Tom Quattrocchi, Jim Ferrante, Poppa John Bug, Dan Lee, Joanne  Calabrese, Maxine Snow, Dino Q, Brian Gillette, Glenn Lykes, Dawn Hopkins, The DT’s, 
Ian Seaholm, John Rafferty, Pat Foran, Gil Cruz.
March 10, 7:30 p.m.: Williams Honor’s album pre-release party for eX at House of Independents. With The Weeklings, Bix Hix, Daughter Vision and members of Mr. Reality, Sam Hill and Highway 9.
March 10, 7:30 p.m.: Blue Hawk Records Showcase at Langosta Lounge. Bruce Springsteen tribute with Joe Rapolla, Eddie Testa, Jarod Clemons & the Late Nights, Nicole Govel, Will Dailey, Abby Garcia, Good Morning Beautiful, Samantha Spano.
March 11, 11 a.m.: “Acoustic Carousel” at Langosta Lounge. Hosted by Peter Scherer and featuring Keith Roth, Ryan Gregg, Bruce Tunkel, Renee Maskin, Mojo Hand, Patty C, Cranston Dean, Lindsay Jordan, Bone and Marrow, Alexander Simone, Marc Muller, Quincy Mumford, Williams Honor, Chelsea Palermo, Alex English, Sam Tunkel, Gregory Schwartz.
March 11, 6:45 p.m.: Steve Forbert & the New Renditions, Jeffrey Gaines, Joe D’Urso & Stone Caravan at House of Independents.
March 11, 7 p.m.: “Asbury Angels Induction” at Stone Pony. With Willie Nile, Joe Grushecky & the Houserockers, Linda Chorney, Jesse Malin, Jon Caspi, Billy Hector Band, Evan Rotella, Bobby Mahoney & the Seventh Son, Mike Rocket.
March 11, 7 p.m.: “Night of Covers” at Silverball Retro Arcade. With Little Jimmy & the Starlites, Joe Rapolla Band, Joe D’Urso & Stone Caravan, Kenny K & the Way.
March 11, 8 p.m.: Eric Lindell & the Golden Twilight Orchestra at The Saint.
March 11, 9 p.m.: Stringbean & the Boardwalk Social Club at Asbury Park Yacht Club.
March 12, noon: “Asbury Blues” at Wonder Bar. With Billy Walton Band, Anthony Krizan Band, Boccigalupe & The Bad Boys, The Stormin’ Norman Seldin Band, Bob Polding, JoBonnano & the Godsons of Soul, Peter V Blues Band, Karen Phillips and Town & Country Band, Sharon Lasher & the Flashers, Pam McCoy, Indigo Mane, Ian Seaholm, J Pat (host).
March 12, noon: “Women of Song” at The Saint. With Strumberry Pie, Natalie Farrell, The Wag, Lisa Bouchelle, Jo Wymer, Pam McCoy, Dawn Hopkins and Maxine Snow.
March 12, noon: “Songwriters in the Round” with Johnny Grushecky (host), Bobby Mahoney, Andy Tongren, Rocky Catanese, Sydney Sherwood at Transparent Clinch Gallery.
March 12, 1:30 p.m.: “Songwriters by the Sea I” at Watermark. With Taylor Tote, Miss Emily, Joseph Alton Miller, Mary McCrink, Arlan Feiles, Nick Ryan, Dave Vargo, Jake Thistle, Gerry Perlinski of Lost Romance.
March 12, 6:30 p.m.: “Bob’s Birthday Bash” at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank. Lineup TBA.
March 12, 7 p.m.: Hot Blood, The Vansaders, Dead Bars, Decent Criminals at The Saint.
March 12, 8:30 p.m.: Alexander Simone & Who Dat? at Langosta Lounge.
March 12, 9 p.m.: Tom Kanach Band at Asbury Park Yacht Club.
March 13, noon: “Musicians on a Mission” at The Saint. With Renee Maskin & Mike Noordzy, Brian Molnar & Slow Rolling Low, Stringbean & Paul Whistler, Jackson Pines, Part-Time Custodian.
March 13, noon: “Songwriters by the Sea II” at Langosta Lounge. With Rick Winowski, Lisa Bouchelle, Pat Guadagno, Dean Friedman, Jeff Slate, Will Dailey, Rory D’Lasnow, Joshua Mark, Ellie and Kyle.
March 13, 5 p.m.: “Songwriters by the Sea III” at Tim McLoone’s Supper Club. With Willie Nile, Joe Grushecky, Danielia Cotton, James Maddock, Guy Davis, Jeffrey Gaines, Anthony D’Amato, Miss Emily, Joe D’Urso, Blue Americana (Glenn Alexander and Oria Aspen), Joe Rapolla, Bruce & Sam Tunkel.
March 13, 8 p.m.: “Closing Party” at The Saint. With Shady Street Show Band, Ocean Avenue Stompers, Dark City Strings.

Proceeds will raise money and awareness for the battle against Parkinson’s disease and related illnesses ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) and PSP (progressive supranuclear palsy). Light of Day has raised about $6 million for those causes over those years.

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