Trysette To Perform At Salem Roadhouse Cafe

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UNION — Salem Roadhouse Cafe will be presenting Trysette, a world class singer/songwriter, on her tour of the United States from Australia on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 8 p.m.

Trysette is known throughout the world as a serious writer and performer, who has traveled to the US many times in concerts large and small. Trysette has played with Bob Malone, a world famous performer based in L.A. Trysette plays piano and sings with a strong voice, playing her own songs about life, love and everything else.

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The opening act for Trysette will be local talented singer/songwriter Chris Preston, playing guitar and piano with his own style of classic rock.

Original art work by local artist Kathie Taylor will be on display at the Roadhouse Gallery before, during and after the show. Taylor’s art work has been displayed locally in galleries such as the Les Malamut Gallery in Union, and at the Watchung Art Center, Watchung.

Salem Roadhouse Cafe is renown as a classy, club-like venue with low level lighting, a professional stage and stage lighting and an excellent sound system. Round cloth covered tables with candles and fresh flowers greet patrons who can sit comfortably up close to the stage and really experience the performers, as well as get to meet them in person during the show breaks. Hot and cold snacks, beverages, gourmet coffees and teas and luscious desserts are all included with the low admission price of $15. Students are admitted for $10

Proceeds from all shows have benefited many charities. For the entire 2010 season, the Roadhouse Cafe has donated to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.

Salem Roadhouse Cafe is at 829 Salem Road, Union, NJ 07083.


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