If you happen to live near New Providence, New Jersey…

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If you happen to live in or near northern New Jersey, there’s an event coming up this Saturday that you’ll want to catch. Talented young Catholic singer/songwriter Tim Margiotta is holding an album release concert in celebration of his debut CD, “Make a Venture.” 

If you enjoy neo-folk or alt-country, but wish you could find an artist in the genre who reflects your faith and values, this is the guy. Tickets are only $10, and all the proceeds to to a local parish food pantry.

Here are the details:

St. Vincent De Paul Church presents: 
Tim Margiotta Album Release Concert

Saturday, November 27, 2010 at 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm)

New Providence High School Auditorium
35 Pioneer Dr, New Providence NJ
 
$10 ticket / $15 CD
Tickets will be sold at door (Admission is free for children 10 and under)
ALL TICKET PROCEEDS DONATED TO ST. VINCENT DE PAUL FOOD PANTRY
If you have questions, contact the St. Vincent’s Parish House at (908) 617-0118
CDs will also be available to purchase online after November 27th at www.TimMargiotta.com

I encourage you to visit Tim’s site for a preview of his music. And if you’re able, do check out the concert. We’re a bit far south to attend, so we’d love to get any reports from those who do.

Brian Saint-Paul

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Brian Saint-Paul was the editor and publisher of Crisis Magazine. He has a BA in Philosophy and an MA in Religious Studies from the Catholic University of America, in Washington. D.C. In addition to various positions in journalism and publishing, he has served as the associate director of a health research institute, a missionary, and a private school teacher. He lives with his wife in a historic Baltimore neighborhood, where he obsesses over Late Antiquity.

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