Pat Guadagno – New York Times

October 19, 2018 by in In The NewsPat Guadagno

CLICK HERE to view NYTimes Article in .pdf format   IN 1988, according to the American Almanac of Jobs and Salaries, Whitney Houston earned $6 million. Jon Bon Jovi earned $15 million. Bruce Springsteen earned $34 million.  Unlike his more…

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Our National Anthem

January 5, 2012 by in ConcertsIn The NewsPat Guadagno

Pat Guadagno an the Candle Brothers performing Our National Anthem at Giants Met Life Stadium on New Years Day 2012 before the Giants/Cowboys game. Giant won 31-14 and became NFC Eastern Division Champs. The Candle Brothers singing National Anthem at…

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Pat Guadagno returns to Oak Bluffs

June 4, 2009 by in ConcertsIn The NewsPat Guadagno

All too infrequently we have the bittersweet pleasure of feeling music viscerally, goose bumps and that feeling between sadness and indescribable joy that twinkles down our spine. It is music we want to hear again and again – we just…

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The Shore troubadour comes to Red Bank

August 21, 2008 by in ConcertsIn The NewsPat Guadagno

By: Alex Biese Metromix Jersey Shore August 21, 2008 A self-described “saloon singer,” Pat Guadagno lives up to his nickname, having played professionally around the Shore for about 20 years and averaging 10 shows a week in the summer at…

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All For One

November 8, 2005 by in ConcertsLight of DayPat Guadagno

All for one Light of Day concerts bring together dozens of artists for good cause Tuesday, November 08, 2005 BY JAY LUSTIG The bad news was that Bruce Springsteen didn’t show up. The good news was everything else. The Light…

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