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Scranton Musician Goes ‘All In’ With ‘Jack of Hearts’


Scranton Musician Goes ‘All In’ With ‘Jack of Hearts’
Jack Woodbridge to debut long-awaited CD for his hometown crowd  You can fold…or you can go ‘all in’ because you know you’re holding the ‘Jack of Hearts’.  Well, at least, that’s what Scranton native, Jack Woodbridge, did.Jack was living in New York City pursuing a very successful musical career, which included the composition of hundreds of songs, two Off-Broadway scores and a rock opera for National Public Radio, when he was told that he had ten days to ‘get his affairs in order’ before undergoing spinal surgery that, at the time, had never been performed.  Instead of spiraling into despair, he scheduled studio time and poured his fears, his emotions and his incredible talent into his music. Wine and refreshments will be served after the concert for a ‘meet and greet’ with Jack and a ‘celebratory toast’ to the man and music that will serve as inspiration at those times when life dictates the need for tough decisions.A portion of the proceeds will be donated to St. Luke’s for their use in furthering their on-going deep commitment to their community.This is the second event presented as a joint venture between PocoNotes and Duffy Accessories…like-minded folks who want to make a difference in a way they can in Northeastern Pennsylvania, which is an area they love and choose to call home.  For more information about past performances, go to

Lake Ariel, PA – June 6, 2010 — What do you do when life deals you a near-tragic hand? 

The rest of the story is Jack’s to tell, and he will on Saturday, June 26, 2010, with the debut performance of his long-awaited CD, “Jack of Hearts,” at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church at 232 Wyoming Avenue in Scranton, which is the very church he attended as a child with his mother and his siblings.

The doors to this majestic venue will open at 7:30 p.m. in anticipation of an 8:00 p.m. show.  Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the performance, with children under 12 admitted free of charge with an accompanying adult.  Tickets are on sale now locally at Duffy Accessories (218 Linden Street, Scranton) and The Fanciful Fox (342 Adams Avenue, Scranton), as well as on-line at either or