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Pathways to Presents “An Evening with the Artist Cony” on April 11th


Members of the Carteret Community and throughout Middlesex County are invited to join forces with Pathways, Carteret’s School-Based Youth Services Program to attend “An Evening with the Artist Cony”, an evening of music and inspiration with ROCKNATION’s new artist Marcony St. Juste aka “CONY.”  Marcony, a Carteret resident and former graduate of Carteret High school fell in love with music at an early age.

The event is scheduled for Thursday April 11, 2019. It will be held at the Blazing Star Cultural Arts Center located at 63 Carteret Avenue, in Carteret NJ. Two (2) shows will be offered, one at 4:30pm and a second at 6:00pm.

marcony picture 5 croppedCONY began to write music as a way to cope with many of his life struggles. The untimely death of his grandmother caused him to experience emotional distress which lead him to Pathways SBSYP.  At Pathways, he found support, understanding and a way out of a dark place.

Pathways School Based Youth Service Program has partnered with Carteret School District to create a safe and structured environment within the school to address the social, emotional and health needs of students. Because Pathways has played such a significant role in Marcony’s life, one of his greatest desires has been to give back and inspire the youth within the Carteret community.

CONY’S music has created a frenzy throughout social media and the music industry. He became a household name in 2014 when he released his famous remix to “Mr. Probz: WAVES” which skyrocketed and soon landed him opportunities on major platforms; his music being recognized and played on #HOT97.marcony Announcement updated

On June 15, 2018, he signed a distribution deal under the ROCKNATION umbrella where he is currently working on his first major music compilation scheduled to be released April 18, 2019.

On April 11th, in his home town of Carteret, CONY will combine musical performances with discussion, inspiration and insights with an intimate audience.

This event is opened to Carteret High School students only.  SEATING LIMTED.  For more information contact Pathways-SBYSP at 732.541.8960 Ext: 4300 or via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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