To me, there is nothing better than singing along with my favorite artist and dancing the night away at one of my favorite concerts.

We love our concerts in New Jersey. So many brilliant musicians came from New Jersey, it's in our blood. These concerts, in my opinion, are some of the best coming to New Jersey for 2022.

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We have some great venues here, whether at the Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury, to PNC Bank Arts Center, yes even the lawn seats, it's always fun. From the very popular artists to the incredible music nights in Seaside Heights, it's always fun to just be out with friends listening to music.

From the fun of our local towns with their "Music in the Park" to our "big" venues in New Jersey, it just feels good to sing out loud. I chose different genres of music, young and old, and personally some of the best coming to our area.

One of the concerts I spotlighted was one Shawn and I have been giving tickets away for "Shawn and Sue's Incredible Fantastic Journey". Journey tickets coming up next month. This will be an incredible concert. All the songs we grew up with and I know you know every word of every song. **You can win with us this week during the Morning Coffee Contest at 7:10 am.**(1/24/22-1/28/22). Billy Idol will be opening for Journey, how cool?

We're also giving you a chance to see the incredible Andy Grammar at the Beacon Theater on 2/11/22.-- by downloading our 92.7 WOBM App. He's an awesome concert if you've never seen him. I think you'll be surprised, you'll know a lot of his songs.

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