McLoone's Supper Club is hosting a wonderful evening of music tonight with some talented Monmouth County teens for a great cause!

Doors open at 6 pm this evening (Monday, March 19th) at McLoone's Supper Club on the boardwalk in Asbury Park above the Robinson Ale House, right next to Convention Hall.

There may be some construction out front, but parking is free in the parking lot across the street near Wonder Bar, and then just go around to the boardwalk entrance of Robinson Ale House and take the elevator or stairs to the gorgeous Supper Club on the second floor.

Enter free of charge, grab dinner and a drink if you like, then sit back and enjoy as these talented teens entertain you!

Proceeds go the the non-profit Jazz Arts Project, which funds a summer camp for area children from 5th through 8th grade that gives kids instruments and teaches them how to play!

The performers this evening are all part of the Jazz Art Project's teen Jazz Academy, based out of Red Bank, that performs in ensembles and smaller groups throughout the Jersey Shore. Funds raised this evening will also go toward scholarship money for future academy teens.

If you can't make it this evening but would like to make a donation or find out more about how your son or daughter can get involved, CLICK HERE!

To register your teen now for the spring semester of the Jazz Academy beginning on April 8th, that can be done through the Count Basie Theatre's Performing Arts Department by CLICKING HERE.