Friday, September 5, 2008

Wyndham Hotel’s End-of-Summer Music Series

Happy Hour Morris County New Jersey
MOUNT OLIVE, NEW JERSEY – The Billies, a Jersey shore duo, and Northwest Jersey-based Moonlight Drifters, will highlight the Wyndham Garden Hotel’s end-of-summer Happy Hour music series which takes place every Wednesday in September from 5-7pm.

In addition to the live music, special drinks and free appetizers, attendees have a chance to win weekly prizes and be eligible for a grand prize drawing held on Wednesday September 24th for a flat screen TV.

The Billies, scheduled for September 10th, are Chrisie Lynn Santoni (Lead Vocals, Guitar) and Cornelius Catfish Turtle (Percussion, Vocals, Guitar). Chrisie is an award-winning songwriter who has won Grand Prize in the Unisong Songwriting Contest and placed 1st Runner-Up/Adult Contemporary in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, both for her song 'Mona Lisa'. In October of 2004, Chrisie was the lone American chosen to go to Prague to sing her song 'It's All Inside' as part of the Universetalent Songwriting Tour. Chrisie and Cornelius have played together since 2004.

The Moonlight Drifters, set for September 17th, is an extremely talented group that has appeared throughout the tri state area singing cover songs like nobody else. Whether playing tunes from the 60s, 70s, 80s or 90s, The Moonlight Drifters have an upbeat sound that excites audiences.

Perennial favorite Jack Tannehill is set to close out the month on September 24.

The Wyndham Garden Hotel in Mount Olive Happy Hour is open to the public every day from 5-7pm. with live music on Wednesdays.

Beginning Wednesday October 1st, the Wyndham will present its weekly Harvest Music Series through November 12 featuring the Philadelphia Funk Authority Masquerade Bash proudly presented by Black Potatoe and the Wyndham Garden Hotel on Friday, October 31st.

If you would like to learn more about the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Mount Olive, please call (973) 448-1100. The Wyndham is located at 1000 International Drive North, just off of Routes 46 and 80 (exit 25).

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