Legendary Shore -area musician, Norman Seldin brings his band, “The Five,” to the Berkeley Carteret Hotel to support the Asbury Park Museum. The fundraiser will take place on Thursday June 6 at 7 pm, in the hotel’s Johnny and June Room. This incredible band comprised of Stormin’ Norman, himself, Ryan Gregg, Chuck Lambert, Christopher Plunkett and Robert Boyd is guaranteed to deliver a night of electrifying music and unforgettable performance.

Stormin Norman Seldin was featured in the 2022 PBS documentary series, “Here’s The Story: Stormin’ Norman & The Sound of Asbury Park.”


Asbury Park Museum president, Kay Harris, also welcomes the event attendees and visitors
alike to take in the Museum’s new exhibit, “Edge of the Waters: From the Lenape ‘Scheyichbi’ to Bradley’s founding of Asbury Park.” This captivating display, located in the hotel lobby, explores the rich history of what we now know as Asbury Park, dating back 200 years before its founding by James Bradley in 1871.

Sections of the exhibit include:

*The Shore’s original caretakers

*The Europeans Arrive

*Shifting Populations and Land Ownership

*The first Asbury Area Families and

*The founding of Asbury Park.

Here’s a chance to support the Asbury Park Museum while taking in the latest exhibition and hearing some great music by world class musicians. Tickets are $65 and must be purchased in advance through Eventbrite.

Tickets for the event at the Berkeley Carteret hotel, located at 1401 Ocean Avenue, can be purchased at:

Asbury Park Museum Benefit Concert with Stormin’ Norman Seldin’s THE FIVE Tickets, Thu, Jun 6, 2024 at 7:00 PM | Eventbrite

The Asbury Park Museum is a volunteer-led 501 C3 non-profit organization.

Lorraine Stone is a founding member of the Asbury Park Reporter. She is a native of Asbury Park, a journalist, actress and a performance artist. She is also a founding board member of the Asbury Park Museum.

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