UNION—The Salem Roadhouse Cafe will feature Blues artist Christine Santelli on Saturday, May 8.
Santelli is an artist who can blend elements of blues, soul, country and folk into one unique expressive form of music she can call her own.
Santelli’s music is full of depth and tales of her life. The story of her talent and musical-evolution is just as intriguing. She has a growing legion of devoted fans who can’t get enough of her seemingly endless on-stage energy and her powerful vocal delivery.
It is Santelli’s golden voice that has kept the 20-years-worth of fans she has garnered coming back for more. The soulful, gritty, honest and emotive sounds that come out of this petite powerhouse when she sings are unique, moving and instantly familiar and appealing.
From a career rooted in the blues, to a never-ending artistic journey that explores roots music at its finest, such is the tale of Santelli.
Original artwork by local artist Janet Stevens will be on display at the Roadhouse Gallery.
The show begins at 8 p.m; doors open at 7:30 p.m.
Admission is $15; $10 for students. Groups of five adults or more admitted for $10 each. (Contact the Roadhouse in advance) Admission includes the show, hot and cold snacks, beverages, gourmet coffees and teas, and assorted desserts.
All Roadhouse shows for 2010 benefit the Community Food Bank of New Jersey in Hillside.
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