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From the first classic notes of THE BAND'S multi-platinum song, THE WEIGHT, you will hear and know that this is an exciting, new broadcast celebrating the joy of the quintessential Jersey Shore musical legacy of Tony Mart's.  Hear the history of the music of our lives and insights on the latest history making events and concerts that continue "The Good Times" of our lives. Share delicious culinary creations with the love of friends gathering together; savor the finest food - how to make it and where to enjoy it.

Music, food and fun with good time banter and informative insights about wines, craft beers of the world, delicate preparations, flavor fusions, rootsy road food, traditional feasting, decadent delicious classics and the wines, beers and cocktails to best compliment them.   For two hours we will share the good life, La Dolce Vita, La Joie de Vivre! At Tony Mart's and every day in New Orleans they say "Let the Good Times Roll!" with sensational gourmand experiences and the excitement of gathering, sharing and tasting superb moments punctuated by live musical performance and the camaraderie of our extended family of friends.

Continuing the themes of excellence with recommendations for wine and liquor libations, seasonal news about Jersey Fresh produce and  familiar styles of novel and informative interviews, Let the Good Times Roll! will focus on cooking discussions, recipes and tastings and remote transmissions broadcast at great restaurants from Italy to Tucson!  Of course there will be savory slices of New Orleans and Southern flavors and rhythms added to the cultural gumbo.

With many musical and culinary celebrities contributing, regular co-host, Chef Richard Spurlock, and calls from our many friends and fans, this new show will continue our traditions of excellence and enjoyment of The Tony Mart Legacy and the friendship and love and our community..  We will make you hungry for good times, the best food and phenomenal musical performances.

Join us! Come celebrate the life and contributions of Anthony "Tony Mart" Marotta and weekly recognition of historic and contemporary South Jersey Folk Heroes, celebrity chefs, performers, professionals, business and civic leaders with style and flair and the essential seasoning of contributions from you, the people who love them and "The Good Times" we create together as we continue their legacy.

Let the Good Times Roll!




September 18th Music, Food, Fun, Travel and Community Professionals live this Saturday and every Saturday at 12 noon Eastern time on WPG 1450 AM, 95.5 FM or Listen Live*.
At the AtlantiCare Concerts on the Beach finale, this Friday, September 17
, we'll honor the living legend of Austin, Texas roadhouse rock, roll and blues, Kim Wilson, founder of the Fabulous Thunderbirds, on a special evening dedicated to the musical artist generally regarded as the greatest blues rock harmonica player in the world today.
The Fabulous Thunderbirds were to Texas rock and blues what the J Geils Band were to the East Coast roadhouse rock and blues scene. With several hits including "Wrap It Up" "Tuff Enough"  and "My Babe" they are universally regarded as one of the greatest rock and blues bands in the history of the genre.   Founded by both Kim Wilson and Jimmie Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, gave the world the blues rock icon, Stevie Ray Vaughan.
In the final show of the season, the Somers Point Beach Concert Committee and City Council President, Janice Johnston, will honor Kim on this special day in Somers Point. What a way to end the season! 
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We will also look forward to next season starting June 17, 2022 at the AtlantiCare Concerts on the Beach in Somers Point. Remember it was in May 1982 that Eddie and the Cruisers was filmed at Tony Mart's, the Seventh Street beach in Ocean City and various locations throughout South Jersey. In commemoration of this 40 year anniversary next season will begin with a series of classic rock shows celebrating that event. No doubt the original sound track recording artists of the movie, John Cafferty and Beaver Brown, will be a part of next year's celebration.

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In less than two weeks we will celebrate the life of our own Jersey Shore rock 'n' roll icon, Bob Campanell, with a special event honoring him with dozens of performances by great New Jersey musical artists including Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez, the original Springsteen drummer that recorded Rosalita with Bruce; our own Jersey Shore Rock 'n' Roll Guitar Hero, Billy Walton, and our host for the evening, Danny Eyer with the Tony Mart Allstars. A growing list of performers will be published on both the Facebook Page and website for TonyMart.com and the SomersPointBeachConcerts.com.
A highlight of the evening will be the induction of Bob Campanell, posthumously, into the New Jersey State Blues Hall of Fame. More good news for fans of the endless summer!  In the first week of fall on Wednesday, September 29 the long awaited Tribute to South Jersey's own Rock and Roll Icon, Bob Campanell, will take place at the Somers Point VFW, 500  Bethel Road. This is sure to be an incredible evening when Bob Campanell is inducted, posthumously, into the New Jersey Blues Hall of Fame.  Many of the greatest rock 'n' roll musicians in Jersey and elsewhere will be hosted by Danny Eyer, The Tony Mart Allstars and several other bands including the Campanell Family Band.
With so many stars performing in honor of Bobby, the party will go from 5 to 10 PM. Predictably, this will most likely be the largest gathering of our great performers in the Atlantic County area this year. As the founder of the Shakes and the beloved minstrel who brought joy into the lives of so many, there will be many musicians performing in Bob Campanell's honor on this memorable evening.
So that everyone can attend, the minimum donation will be only $25 and that will include food and snacks and the extensive concert with dozens of local and regional musical artists.   The list of performers, will be announced and continuously updated as it grows in the coming weeks. 
Plan on being there to honor Bobby as he is inducted into the New Jersey State Blues Hall of Fame and support the Campanell family. Bob Campanell was a profoundly great performer and a charismatic man of God whom we all loved so much. This is our opportunity to show that love and be there for his family.
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With tremendous gratitude to the Circle Liquor Store for all that they have done and continue to do for Somers Point, we will preview great seasonal beers and the Oktoberfest brews as well as 20 to 30 new craft beers and microbrews coming in every week for the fall season. The phenomenal values and excellent, diverse wine offerings are beyond compare as a result of the winemaster, Chester Malloy's, recommendations.
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The world class Exit Zero Jazz Festival will be presented in just three weeks on October 1, 2 and 3 in Cape May. Tony Mart's will be there and we will preview some of the great and diverse musical artists you can enjoy at the Fest. We'll also be doing some trivia questions to give away passes for Exit Zero.  

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With beautiful, warm late summer, early fall weather, everyone should experience these events and continue to enjoy the end of our great "renaissance summer" at the Jersey Shore. 
Let the Good Times Roll!

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