Tabitha Booth, Nick Colavito, CC Coletti
45 Main Street
Stanhope, NJ, 07874
Doors 6:00 PM (event ends at 11:30 PM)
Watch & Listen
One Thing is for sure you will NEVER meet an act like this one! When this Duo is not caring for their rescue farm in Sussex NJ, They surly are taking the east coast by storm performing their Country Blues Music! Signed to Whiskey Hill Records in 2017, This amazing Duo is not only talented but very personable and unstoppable! Loved by everyone who they meet! Not only does this powerful duo play killer music , they are as well are Hosts on two Fm Radio shows. 107.9 vernon fm & 103.7 wpwl NY. Their Goal is to promote Local Music and Venues! Building a strong community for musicians! Whiskey Crossing's original song "Sapphire Wind" was just nominated for Song of the Year 2018 , also Nominated for Duo Of The Year on Nashville Universe Awards! Whiskey Crossing has been voted "#1 Country Act of 2017" by New York City Photographer/Music Critic Lisa Piernot and listed in the Top 50 on Country Music Vibe website, is an upbeat Nationally Touring Country act from the Farmlands of New Jersey. Seen performing in Nashville, New York City, and touring all over the East Coast, they are quickly known for being the most seen and hardest working Country Blues Band in the State performing over 250 shows this past year!
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.
Every time she picks up a microphone, New Jersey native CC Coletti shows us that classic
rock, blues and soul is alive and well, evoking Janis, Plant, Aretha, and more. The tall blonde
beauty belts out classic covers and a diverse catalog of original tunes with an electrifying stage
presence, developed during her seven-year recording and touring tenure with Meat Loaf and
born of a love that had her gracing club stages at the tender age of 18.
Her long-time musical collaboration with guitarist/writer/producer Anthony Krizan (Spin Doctors,
Noel Redding, Amfibian, John Waite) has produced a string of powerful rock tunes, with shades
of The Cream and Led Zeppelin, as well as tender ballads, gospel, funk, and rootsy Americana.
As a songsmith, Anthony’s music has been recorded/covered by Lenny Kravitz, Gretchen
Wilson, Shannon Kurfman, and Pat Travers, to name a few.
The CC Coletti debut CD “Woodstock Lane” was named after the street where CC grew up.
Packed with catchy tunes and Zep-infused rock, R&B, and blues sensibility, it’s a great listen
from its driving opener “Fast Lane Addiction”, to the thoughtful ballad “Woodstock Lane” and the
powerful “You Were My Angel”, a loving tribute to the memory of CC’s mother. This “new
classic rock” album also includes a jaunty remake of Janis Joplin’s classic “Mercedes Benz” -
the only cover tune on the record.
Her sophomore release “Let It All Hang Out” is a logical progression, with crisp performances,
style and sophistication. The title track opens the record with three minutes of unbridled,
raucous rock abandon, while the acoustic-driven “Until We Meet Again” evokes the depth and
melancholy of a Plant/Page deep cut. Rounding out the record are an aptly named stomp (
“Barnyard”) and the groovy, soulful “This Love Is Free”, the lyrics for which were penned by
Procol Harem legend Keith Reed (“Whiter Shade of Pale”).
From East Coast clubs to the lights of Las Vegas, CC and her band have honed their
performance to a razor sharp edge. In addition to CC and Anthony, the touring band features
CC’s husband TJ Jablonski on bass and background vocals, as well as either John Hummel or
Jim Ruffi on the drum throne.
Her tour de force continues at a venue near you, with a steady live show schedule and more
new music in the works.
$12 in advance, or $15 cash at the door
$5 Food & Beverage minimum collected in cash at door for all guests under the age of 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant.
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