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Sarah McLachlan to Headline Charity Show at Paramount Theatre

This just in: The Grammy Award winning artists Sarah McLachlan and Patty Griffin will be performing a benefit concert for Mary’s Place By the Sea on Saturday, July 28 at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park.

Proceeds from the event will be donated to Mary’s Place by the Sea, a non-profit respite home based in Ocean Grove, New Jersey that provides accommodations and services free of charge for women who are receiving treatment for cancer.

The event, “An Intimate Evening with Sarah McLachlan and Patty Griffin” will give fans an opportunity to experience McLachlan’s signature-style acoustic set complete with story-telling elements, and Patty Griffin’s country and folk-tinged songs that speak from the soul.

As one of the most celebrated singer/songwriters, Sarah McLachlan has won three Grammy Awards, 12 Juno Awards and most recently, she was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at 2017’s Juno Awards. Known for her emotionally-charged lyrics and mezzo-soprano vocal range, her music has garnered over 40 million albums sold worldwide. Some of her biggest hits are “In the Arms of an Angel” and “I Will Remember You,” which are sure to ring a bell in your mind.

Patty Griffin is an accomplished singer/songwriter in the folk genre, and has won multiple awards including Artist of the Year and Best Album from the Americana Music Association in 2007 and a Grammy for Best Traditional Gospel Album in 2011. Songs you may know by Griffin include “Let Him Fly” and “Heavenly Day.”

Tickets for “An Intimate Evening with Sarah McLachlan and Patty Griffin” are on sale now. Click here to get your tickets online or contact The Stone Pony Box Office at (732) 502-0600. As far as specifics go, doors open at 6PM, and the show starts at 7PM.

Laura Curry
Laura Curry
Laura Curry is a Rutgers University graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Media Studies. Interviewing bands and writing about music is her passion. She is a frequent concert-goer, whether they’re happening in New Brunswick basements, Asbury Park venues, concert halls in NYC and anywhere in between. Alternative rock is her go-to genre (i.e. Kings of Leon, Cage the Elephant, Foals, The Maine and lots more). When she isn’t writing for The Pop Break, she works at the North Brunswick Public Library, which offers plenty of Fantasy/Adventure novels to quench her love of reading. Additionally, she takes on creative projects from dream catchers and scrapbooks to paintings and jewelry making. She’s always happy to talk about her furry Maine Coon cat Austen and his knack for playing fetch and hide and seek. Just try not to ask about her next career move, because trust me, she’s working on it.

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