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Singer Jeanie Bryson contracted for Grand Opening of new NJ venue

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Renowned Vocalist JEANIE BRYSON is booked to headline the Gala Grand Opening of RHYTHMS OF THE NIGHT---a beatiful new venue in central New Jersey.

The sultry, enchanting, siren brings her laid-back yet masterful vocal work for this very special event with her quintet. With more than 10 combined solo and collaborative recording credits in her discography, Bryson's book promises something for most everyone.

The event takes place on Thursday, February 12, 2004 from 9:00pm until 12:30 am. Sharing the night are NY Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter COLEMAN MELLETT (Chuck Mangione Group, Joe Williams, Norman Simmons, Ben Dixon,The Salt Brothers) and Composer/Pianist JOHN BIANCULLI (Cassandra Wilson, Terence Blanchard, Regina Belle, Christy Baron)leading the JOHN BIANCULLI GROUP which is widely acclaimed for its dynamic original music as an unique blend of jazz, Latin, Brazilian, rhythm and blues, and world music.

This upscale supper club is at 729 Souh Main Street, Manville, New Jersey. It is easily accesible from major roadways, free off-street parking, multiple bars and a truly spacious main room and second floor VIP loft. The last dinner seating will be at 9:30pm, though late-night menu will be available thereafter. Reservations are highly advised. Alcoholic beverages average $ %.00. Martini's slightly more. Full restaurant.

To commemorate the Valentine's weekend, the opening night event's ticket price has been waived by management.

Rhythms of the Night reservations are received at 908.707.8757. It is recommended to book early as there is no cover and seating will be limited.

For further information or to schedule talent interviews, please contact Savant & Associates at savantassociates@aol.com or 732.463.8703.


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