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Cindy Marro

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"Summer Concert Review"

An Unexpected Treat from Jersey Rockers in the Heart of New ProvidenceBy: Evan Minto Who would have thought that here in the New Providence/Summit/Berkeley Heights area, residents could sit down for a night and hear Bruce Springsteen's “Glory Days,” KT Tunstall's "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree," or John Mellencamp's "Pink Houses" in a live concert, absolutely for free? Well, at the first New Providence Summer Concert of 2008, that's exactly what attendees experienced, thanks to the members of the feature band, "Jersey Souls."

Following up their act were Jersey Souls, with singers Cindy Marro and Tony Carnivale leading the six-man group, which first played in New Providence at last year's Summer Concert. Tony described their band to The Alternative Press as a combination of "classic rock, modern country, and originals." The band consists of solo vocalist Cindy Marro (, acoustic guitarist and vocalist Tony Carnivale, as well as a bassist, drummer, and two electric guitarists. They began Thursday's show with the energetic recent release "Radio Nowhere" by New Jersey's own Bruce Springsteen, and followed with a startling variety of modern and classic songs, including Kelly Clarkson's "Walk Away," KT Tunstall's "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree," Sheryl Crow's version of Guns and Roses' "Sweet Child O Mine," John Mellencamp's "Pink Houses," and John Hiatt's "My Baby Blue." The band deftly switched between rock, pop, and country, creating a great sense of variety for listeners old and young.
Attendees at the concert had notably positive things to say about the show in general. Lourdes Zellhofer said that the concert was "excellent," citing the "great day, great weather," and Cindy Morro's "great voice." At the end of the night, it seemed as though the New Providence Summer Concerts had really gotten off to a great start this year. Everyone seemed to be having fun, whether they were there to hear lively renditions of Bruce Springsteen's greatest hits. or a country song. Ms. Zellhofer summed up this past Thursday’s show the best: "They even had the kids dancing up front."

- The Alternative Press


Cindy's CD Destiny was released in the summer of '08, and is beginning to get airplay on Southern Rock radio in Florida, and beginning to hit Country radio stations around the nation.



Cindy is a Christian singer/songwriter from NJ, with roots in the south and a Jersey Girl attitude. Her originals on her CD are gutsy, hard hitting and real, contemporary rocking country with some blues, southern rock and gospel mixed in. Although she writes from an inspirational perspective, her songs don't sound like typical Contemporary Christian music. They're not "lite fm". They are grittier and edgier, like a bluesy, country rock not heard on typical CCM radio. She leads worship singing every week with a church praise band, and occasionally with the Jersey Souls, a cover band that does classic rock including, of course, some Bruce and Bon Jovi.