Legendary Shore Musician Stormin’ Norman Seldin Presents ‘Cavalcade of Stars’ Benefit Show March 6
Stormin’ Norman Seldin’s 11-piece band and a cavalcade of guest stars will band together Sunday (March 6) for a concert benefitting the Asbury Park Museum and it’s mission to preserve the history of the town.
The show–which will take place at the Kingsley Ballroom of the Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel–will include performances by Larry Chance of the Earls, Johnny Petillo, Patsy Siciliano & PS4, the “voice of Jersey Doo Wop”-Joel Katz, Stiletto & the Saxman (Doreen & Joey Arminio), Ryan Gregg, Pam McCoy, Chuck Lambert and many others. The show will be emceed by Emceed by Classic Urban Harmony’s Charlie and Pamela Horner.
Seldin is an essential part of the Asbury Park music scene. His band, Norman Seldin & the Joyful Noyze, featured Clarence Clemons, pre-E Street Band, on saxophone. His name is engraved in a plaque honoring shore legends Bruce Springsteen and E Streeter Garry Tallent on a “Creators of SOAP (The Sound of Asbury Park)” plaque on the Asbury Boardwalk.
MC Charlie Horner helped Seldin with his new autobiography, “You Don’t Know Me” (Classic Urban Harmony Press, 264 pp., $39.99). In the book, Seldin talks of his original “Cavalcade of Stars,” shows, including one that had “Loop de Loop” singer Johnny Thunder on the bill.
While the show starts at 2 p.m., a meet and greet with the musicians will will take place at 1 PM in the hotel lobby, home of the Asbury Park Museum’s pop-up music exhibit, “One Voice is Not Enough.” All proceeds from the event will benefit the Asbury Park Museum, a 501c3 non-profit organization and will fund future exhibits. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased HERE.