Founding member, lead singer, and bass player of Kansas City blues-rock band Trampled Under Foot, Danielle Nicole stepped out on her own in 2015 with her debut album “Wolf Den.” In 2018, Nicole returns with a follow-up release via Concord Records.

"I grew up playing the blues, and the blues is still a big part of what I do. But now I'm reaching out more and trying different things. It still sounds like me, but I'm stretching out a lot more than I have previously."

Nicole's distinctive, inventive bass work—which resulted in her becoming the first woman to win the Blues Foundation's 2014 Blues Music Award for Best Instrumentalist, Bass—is the product of years of intensive roadwork. Although she had no experience with the instrument when she became Trampled Under Foot's bassist, now she can't imagine life without it.

Tabitha Booth

Tabitha Booth is a coloratura who uses the unique qualities of her voice to breathe life into lyrics crafted with great philosophical depth. She implements the execution of her musical vision with a Martin guitar.

Adam Najemian Band

Adam Najemian is a singer and guitarist, specializing in blues and folk music. Playing since he was 9 years old, Adam is now the lead guitarist of the NJ based Dowden Brothers Band. He plays all over northern NJ, including the legendary Stanhope House, Maxfield's and recent music festivals. He has been featured on local radio WNTI 91.9, including interviews and live performances.

Ronnie Brandt

Cowboy poet - singer of dusty folk songs & Americana blues influenced by the songs and stories of America and its rich history and landscape.

$15.00 - $25.00

Tickets

$25 VIP Seating (will sell out in advance)

$20 Obstructed View Seating, or $25 cash at the gate.

$15 Standing Room Only in advance, or $20 cash at the gate. 

MUST CALL FOR TABLE RESERVATIONS immediately following the purchase a ticket (973)347-7777

$5 Food & Beverage Minimum collected in cash at door for ages under 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant. 

Who’s Going

Upcoming Events
Stanhope House - Main Stage