The Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce presents the annual Bucks Fever Talent Show. All ages! Magic, Music, Comedy, Dance, Poetry and more. Thursday, May 13, 2021. 7pm-9pm. VIP Reception begins at 6pm.
Tickets $20 ADV / $25 DOS / $35 VIP
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VISIT: www.bucksfevertalentshow.org or CALL: 215.348.3913
After more than 25 years making his own musical mark, he began performing some of his Dad’s songs live and forming a special show out of it. In the past couple years, A.J. has begun periodically performing a “Croce Plays Croce” concert, where he does Jim Croce songs, his own tunes, and songs that influenced the two of them. He loves seeing “the joy it brings audiences,” as well as enjoying that he can keep the shows fresh and exciting because he has the flexibility to change up the set list each time out.
A.J. Croce’s family musical legacy is just part of his very unique life story. Born outside of Philadelphia, A.J. moved with his mother and father to San Diego just before he turned two. Around the age of four, he went blind due to horrific physical abuse from his mother’s then-boyfriend. A.J. was hospitalized for half a year and was totally blind in both eyes for six years. It was during this time that he started playing piano, inspired by blind pianists like Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder. Croce, who regained sight in his left eye when he was ten, went on to spend his early teen years performing, including at his mother’s establishment, Croce’s Jazz Bar.
As he celebrates 30 years of a music career, with his newest album he says, “BY REQUEST is my way of inviting you over for a private gathering at my place. We listen to great music, laugh, make great food and after a few drinks and maybe a few more we end up in my music room and I start taking requests of every genre and era. The music is always fun and completely diverse. We’ll play and sing all kinds of music. Some of my friends are professional musicians, some do it for fun and many friends are just serious music fans. So you’ll fit right in.
We look forward to seeing you at the show! Please note:
-Due to capacity restrictions and new seating at our venue, all tickets are currently being sold as general admission. Seating arrangements will be determined by New Hope Winery staff to ensure safe distances between tables. Parties will be seated together.
-Masks are required and must be worn at all times when not seated at your table
-The bar will serve a limited menu of wine, beer, and light snacks
- Due to the limited number of tickets for sale, all ticket sales are final.
Join us for dinner at The Pour House before the show!
The Pour House at the New Hope Winery is a full-service restaurant and bar serving seasonal American fare in a cozy, rustic environment. Best of all, it's just a short walk from the restaurant to your seat for the concert!
Reservations are strongly recommended and we still have plenty of great dinner times available. Visit OpenTable or call 215-794-2331 to reserve your table!
Thank you so much for your patience as we navigate these challenging times, and thank you for supporting live music!
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