Maplewoodstock - Day Two

Event Date: July 9th, 2023 at 12:00pm
Address : 124 Dunnell Road, Maplewood, NJ, USA
Town : Maplewood

Louis Cato
LOUIS CATO — Headliner, Sunday at 8:30 PM

Louis Cato is a Grammy-nominated and internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter. He has worked with artists including Bobby McFerrin, Snarky Puppy, Jon Batiste, Q-Tip and A Tribe Called Quest.

His love of music started at age 2 with a drum set and evolved into an appreciation of the southern gospel and continued into his education at the Berklee College of Music. Cato has an undeniable ability to craft sonic landscapes into timeless masterpieces. Cato released his first solo record Starting Now (2017), which he mixed and produced himself.

After playing in the house band for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert since the show’s 2015 inception, Cato was recently named bandleader for the newly renamed “The Late Show Band.” For Maplewoodstock, Cato has assembled a band of his favorite collaborators and will be leaning into the funkier side of life for this special appearance.

Remember Jones
REMEMBER JONES — Featured Act, Sunday at 6:48 PM

A captivating showman, soul/pop singer, storyteller, and bandleader, who keeps audiences on their toes and emotions in the moment. Evoking the authentic energy of the greatest front men and women, his original music, high energy, show-band staging, and theatrical events have played to sold-out clubs and theaters throughout the US.

Remember Jones has shared stages with George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Darlene Love, Buster Poindexter, Rebirth Brass Band, Dumpstaphunk, Robert Randolf,and Bruce Springsteen. In addition to supporting original material, Remember Jones presents multiple productions, such as: back to BACK TO BLACK, a recreation of the entire Amy Winehouse album, Joe Cocker’s Mad Dogs and Englishmen, YAS QUEEN!, a theatrical celebration of the music of Queen, a concert re-envisioning Tommy by The Who, among others! Remember Jones looks to bring Maplewoodstock some of these treats as well as original material – a plethora of body-moving goodness!


Noon – Isabella Dussias

A 20 year old singer-songwriter/composer from NJ whose indie pop music is influenced by folk, rock, and orchestral elements.

12:42 PM – Zöös

This trio loves nothing more than to share a deep musical experience with our audience. They specialize in music of the 60’s and 70’s, always adding our own spices and originals.

1:24 PM – SOMA’s Local Heroes Band

Features the powerhouse vocals of Charlie Pollock and Diane Davis performing a rousing mix of americana, country and rock music.

2:06 PM – JB Blues Band

The JB (“Jim Buchanan”) Blues band has played Maplewoodstock before with the late great Jim Buchanan on bass. RIP in musical peace to Maplewood’s Music Mayor.

2:48 PM – Workingman’s Jed

Offers unique set lists, with songs merged together in original ways, that feature beautiful multi- part harmonies. They thrive off each other’s (and the audience’s) energy.

3:30 PM – Sarah Hodd & The Drive

Bluesy & explosive originals and fun, funky covers. Neo-soul meets modern pop, with a dash of Americana and a whole lot of heart.

4:12 PM – Me & Nobody

An Indie pop/rock band from New York who simply loves making music that makes them feel something.

4:45 PM – TimaLikesMusic

With sultry, nostalgic RnB instrumentation and clever, sometimes comical lyricism, TimaLikesMusic takes listeners through their daily emotional journeys. She’s too good. It’s true.

5:36 PM – Q-Tip Bandits

Smooth yet powerful sound, thoughtful lyrics with danceable grooves.

6:48 PM – Remember Jones (Featured Act)

One-of-a-kind soul/pop singer, storyteller and bandleader with a throwback vibe and authentic energy, backed and supported by a large ensemble of musicians. Read more about Remember Jones.

8:30 PM – Louis Cato (Headliner)

Grammy-nominated and internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter. He leads the house band for Stephen Colbert’s “The Late Show.” Read more about Louis Cato.

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