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PASA House Concert Series

Event Details:

WHENSaturday, January 25, 2020, 7:30 PM
WHEREAt the home of Tony DeSantis, Collingswood, NJ
RSVP INFOPlease RSVP by emailing Tony at tonydesantis@verizon.net.
Note: Please RSVP even if you don't need directions, so we know how many are coming. Thanks!

Please bring a folding chair and a snack or beverage to share. Please do NOT bring any alcohol; all PASA events are alcohol-free.

Performers:

Tony DeSantis

Tony DeSantis was first known for his renditions of Stan Rogers's songs but he writes some wicked political and wonderful historical songs of his own. An entertaining performer and multi-instrumentalist, Tony is famous for "DeSantisizing" other people's songs. He has performed at clubs in Boston, New York, Toronto, Vancouver, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and London, UK. He has also produced two CDís, entitled Bright Red Sky and Across the Border. In addition, Tony has taken up acting and performed in a number of local productions. He is currently the President of the Delaware Valley Association of Rail Passengers and is involved with Prison Ministry through Sacred Heart Church in Camden.

Nancy Huebner

Nancy Huebner is a native of Philadelphia but has been living in Delaware for several years. She was a classical vocal performance major at Temple University until she took an elective in pop songwriting and decided that was much more fun. Her piano-based songs range from pure musical theater to pop to what has been described as "urban confessional cabaret". She has performed full-length concerts of her pieces and lately has been making appearances at local open mics to showcase new songs.

Allison Tartalia

"Allison's Invention" is singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Allison Tartalia. Her latest recording, "Sweet and Vicious", is a 6-song EP of orchestral, melodramatic pop, and includes the song "Ran" which was featured on Lifetime's Dance Moms. In addition to her solo work, Allison Tartalia writes music for theater and television. Most recently, she scored the feature-length romantic comedy, "Get Happy", which premiered at the 2015 Manhattan Film Festival and will be released in 2016. In 2010, Tartaglia received an Emmy nomination for her work on the score to the documentary "5,000 Miles From Home". She recently relocated to Collingswood, NJ, with her husband and daughter, after many years living in Queens, NY.
You: The fourth performer can be YOU! The first eight (or so) performers to sign up at the show will sing one original song as part of the concert. This is an extra special OPEN STAGE SHOWCASE OPPORTUNITY, so bring along any instruments you'll want to play. Doors open at 7. The first people to arrive get to sign up first. The open stage slots often fill up, so come early to get a slot.