CCM Music Students, Alumni and Professor to Present Free “Songs at Sunset” Concert

Joe Howell, Kathy Knittel, Joan Bujacich, Joe Bilotti and John Hummel

MORRIS COUNTY — Come spend a late summer evening enjoying a popular classic rock music concert, “Songs at Sunset,” at County College of Morris (CCM) featuring two student and alumni bands and Morris County’s own Heart of Gold band led by CCM Music Professor Joe Bilotti.

The free concert takes place Friday, September 20, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the outdoor amphitheater located in front of the Edward J. Yaw Music Technology Center on the CCM campus, 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph.

Opening the concert will be two bands featuring CCM students and alumni: Junkanoo and Friar Fritzl’s Funtime Monastery. Junkanoo consists of CCM student Naomi Smith and alumni Ailed Hernandez, Rebecca Alleman, Nicole Santana and Samuel Fallas-LoManto. Friar Fritzl’s Funtime Monastery includes CCM students Jayce Winant and Kenny Schweighardt.

The Heart of Gold band then will play favorites by Steely Dan, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, David Bowie, Peter Frampton, Joan Baez and more. Along with Bilotti, the Heart of Gold Band consists of tristate music legends Joan Bujacich, Joe Howell, John Hummel and Kathy Knittel.

Bring your own chair and park in Lots 5 or 6. In the event of rain, the concert will take place in the Dragonetti Auditorium in the Student Community Center.

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