Music PodcastsSeptember 30, 2015


Editor’s Note: Appel Farm Music & Wine Festival has been rescheduled for June 4, 2016. Plus, Jersey Arts members, when you buy two or more Regular Adult tickets, receive 50% off. Check your June eSavers for details!

Appel Farm Arts & Music Center presents its first Music & Wine Festival on Saturday, October 3. The focus is regional, with a variety of music, wine, and artisans from South Jersey, Philadelphia and Delaware. Fifteen of the area’s preeminent wineries will be there, and for those choosing the overnight option, a special dessert wine tasting will be held around the campfire! Music acts include the Philadelphia trio No Good Sister; South Jersey’s swing cabaret band Swing the Cat; Delaware singer/songwriter Nancy Micciulla; and Steppin’ Razor, a roots-rock-reggae band. Appel Farm’s Tracy Powers talks to Susan Wallner about the evolution of the festival, and what to expect if you go.



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Susan Wallner
Susan Wallner

Susan Wallner is a principal of PCK Media, an independent production company. She is the co-series producer of the public television program "State of the Arts," a job that has introduced her to a wealth of talent and artistic diversity over the years. Susan's documentaries and performance specials have aired nationally. Most recently, her profile of the writer, aviator and celebrity, "Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You’ll Have the Sky," won the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Emmy for Best Feature Writing (it was Susan's 15th regional Emmy win). Narrated by Judith Light and Lily Rabe, it aired throughout the country on PBS and PBS World, and is available on DVD. Currently, Susan is working on a documentary about the self-taught city planner, builder, and artist, Kea Tawana.