A very big thank you to all the entertainers for this year's fair! Flexibility was needed due to the weather, and everyone did all that they could to adjust and move. Some were delayed in starting, some had to close early, but there was never a cross word or sad face. You all are professionals and make our fair very easy to say we have the best entertainment in the state!
Thank you all again!
Emma and Paul Street
Paul Presto, Jr. has been playing music since the age of 8. By 14, he was playing in nightclubs all over South Jersey with his father Paul Presto, Sr. He was the band leader for the Black Tie Orchestra, a prominent Philadelphia area society band, for over 20 years. Under the alias of Paul Street he wrote and produced two country albums, "Streetwise" and "Temporary Sanity". A song from the second album called "My Daddy Does" is a duet with his daughter Emma that tells all about how the music has been a part of the family for years. "Having my daughter sing a duet with me on the CD is one of the proudest moments of my life. Now I know how my Dad must've felt the first time I came on stage with him to perform." Emma is now a full time band member with Paul and Paul Sr.
They play for private events, fairs, weddings, birthday parties, etc. Anywhere that people gather to have a great time, you can find the Prestos. "Singing to someone and seeing their face light up when they really get your message is one of the greatest feelings an entertainer can get." More information can be found at www.reverbnation.com/paulstreet
They will be performing in the North Show Tent on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 7:30pm.
The Woodshop Band
The Woodshop Band is on Facebook at facebook.com/thewoodshopband.
They will be performing in the Dining Pavilion on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 7:30pm.
Warm Hearted Country
Warm Hearted Country
was formed in 2003 by Laurie and Alice Dorisio. Alice has been performing country music for about 50 years, mostly in family bands. Laurie's love of country and bluegrass music goes back to her childhood when she began singing with her Mom at age 6. Laurie sings lead vocals and plays guitar and mandolin. Alice plays the snare drum and harmonica, and provides harmony and sings lead vocals. This mother/daughter team offer audiences a unique combination of immensely popular entertainment.
Other Warm Hearted Country band members include Dave Thomas playing lead guitar and mandolin along with Alan Chambers playing electric bass. It is with a heavy heart that we share the sad news of the passing of Alice's son Bruce. He was a fabulous harmonica player and added so much to the unique sound of Warm Hearted Country. We miss him dearly but we know Bruce will continue to play beautiful music with the heavenly angels!
This fine group of talented, experienced musicians delight and captivate audiences through their creativity and the signature, unique sound of Warm Hearted Country. Audiences can expect to hear an enjoyable mix of Classic Country, Bluegrass, Oldies, Old Time Rock & Roll and Gospel favorites! Please visit www.warmheartedcountry.com for more information about Warm Hearted Country.
They will be performing in the North Show Tent on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 9:00pm.
is a singing voice impersonator. He can impersonate over 100 voices. Scott has performed in Nashville, TN; Branson, MO; Atlantic City, NJ; and locally throughout the South Jersey area. In July of 2017, Scott performed at the Capitol Building in Washington, DC. He has been featured in several newspaper articles, most recently in the Burlington County Times.
Currently, Scott is the #1 followed act on Facebook in the State of New Jersey with over 24,000 followers.
Scott discovered he could impersonate six years ago. He began to work on his vocals and soon learned he had the ability to impersonate virtually anyone, in all genres of music. In March of 2012, Scott began performing weekly at a local bar. From August to October of that same year, Scott was hired as the featured singer at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City.
On election night of 2012, Scott wrote a song called "Red and Blue" about how divided our nation has become. Scott and his wife, Debbie, finished the song just before their son deployed to Afghanistan. The song was produced in a local studio by Paul Presto and has been played on the radio.
Scott and his wife, Debbie, along with Paul Presto, recently wrote a song called "Alone" about their personal experience with a Veteran suffering from PTSD. The song is resonating with people all over the country.
Scott amazes audiences wherever he performs with his unique ability to change voices in the same song, from word to word.
You can find Scott on Facebook (Scott Gager Man of 100 Voices) at facebook.com/ScottGagerSinger/, and on YouTube at youtube.com/channel/UC-NsCtScfwITJs04JN8Bqlw.
"Red and Blue" is available on iTunes.
Scott will be performing in the North Show Tent on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 6:30pm and 9:00pm.
will be performing in the North Show Tent on Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 8:30pm.
The Grouser Girls
of Columbus, NJ will be performing in the Dining Pavilion on Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 7:30pm.
Other Musical Acts
- Jim Skanes will be performing in the North Show Tent on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 6:30pm.
- Josh Holland will be performing in the Dining Pavilion on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 7:30pm.
- Bear Cave Tower will be performing in the Dining Pavilion on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 7:30pm.
- Columbus Baptist Church Worship Band will be performing in the North Show Tent on Friday, July 19, 2019 at 9:00pm.
- Yesterday Once More will be performing in the Dining Pavilion on Friday, July 19, 2019 at 7:30pm.