Music on Main Street
Aaron Lee Tasjan is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. Tasjan grew up in New Albany, Ohio where he taught himself to play guitar at age 11. After High School he moved to Brooklyn where he formed the band Semi Precious Weapons. Tony Visconti produced SPW's debut album, We Love You, and they signed with Razor & Tie Records.
In 2013 Tasjan moved to Nashville, TN to focus on songwriting and a solo career. He has since released the EPs, "Crooked River Burning" and "Telling Stories to the Wall" and his full length albums In the Blazes, (October 6, 2015), and his follow-up, Silver Tears, (October 28, 2016).
Dylan LeBlanc was overwhelmed by the speed at which his gift took him from Applebee's server to "the new Neil Young" in a matter of months, causing him to walk away from a major record deal after releasing two critically acclaimed albums, and slipping into a blur of alcohol and self doubt. Exhausted and damaged at just 23 years old, Dylan returned home to Muscle Shoals Alabama to write a new life for himself.
In between moments of clarity and a few familiar setbacks, he wrote a new album Cautionary Tale: a collection shimmering arresting songs and the same haunting vocals that caught the attention of Lucinda Williams and Bruce Springsteen, but now with a sharpened edge honed by hastened maturity
FOUNDED in 2009, Music on Main Street produces the ticketed Music on Main Street series as well the acclaimed free Woodbridge Wednesday series and the brand new Country Sundays series. This ticketed series presents high caliber professional touring artists across diverse genres. From emerging artists to such renowned musicians as David Bromberg, Roger McGuinn, Al Stewart, Lucy Kaplansky, Poco, Dave Mason and Nils Lofgren, you’ll enjoy amazing talent!
TICKETS can be purchased online by clicking here, or in person at the Woodbridge Community Center (Recreation Office) 600 Main Street or at Farmers Insurance 94 Main Street, Woodbridge. For ticket information, call (732) 596-4048.
CONCERTS take place at the newly renovated Theatre at Woodbridge Middle School or other
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