Jay and The Americans
|The Fast Lane - Eagles Tribute||Copperline - James Taylor Tribute|
The Fast Lane Eagles Tribute has been heralded as the most authentic sounding Eagles Tribute in the Country. With 3 lead vocalists, Joe Salucci, Chris Cangeleri, and Steve Ronsen performing flawless reproductions of songs by Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Joe Walsh, the experience of seeing the band in concert is matched only by seeing the Eagles themselves. From the incredible guitar lines of "Hotel California" to the beautiful vocal harmonies of "Lying Eyes" and "Peaceful Easy Feeling", one listen to The Fast Lane will make everyone who sees them a huge fan!
Copperline brings you the ultimate James Taylor experience. The members of Copperline lead you through decades of JT's most memorable songs. Drawing from his greatest hits catalog, they take you from ballads like Fire and Rain, Carolina In My Mind and Shower the People and get you on your feet with rockers like How Sweet It Is, Your Smiling Face and Steamroller Blues. Come out and listen to Copperline pay homage to one of the greatest singer-songwriters of our time.
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All Tickets 3 pm show: $25
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A David Barkow, is proud to be playing Neil Diamond in the world premiere of Play it Now, a Tribute to Neil Diamond. As Member of Celtic Cross, he has toured not only the united states but Europe as well. David embodies the spirit, of Neil, with a flawless interpretation of an actual Neil Diamond concert, and spirited celebration of his music. This show is a must see for all music fans young and old alike.
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Saturday August 3, 8:00pm
The Brooklyn Bridge was created in 1968 when two bands, The Rhythm Method and The Del-Satins featuring Johnny Maestro, merged. From the late 1950s to the early 1960s Johnny Maestro was the lead singer of The Crests, fronting such hits as Sixteen Candles, Trouble In Paradise, Step By Step, and others. The Del-Satins recorded hits as well, Teardrops Follow Me and were most respected studio background vocalists working with many artists most notably with Dion, on his solo hits including The Wanderer and Runaround Sue and many others. The Rhythm Method was 7-piece local Long Island band popular on the local club circuit. Known for their trademarks of strong vocal and horn arrangements, The Brooklyn Bridge recorded hit after hit beginning with their first gold record for Jimmy Webbs, The Worst That Could Happen. Other hits include Welcome Me Love, Blessed Is The Rain, and Your Husband, My Wife. The Bands countless television appearances include The Ed Sullivan Show They continue to make numerous concert appearances in the US and abroad, recently visiting Germany and England. The Brooklyn Bridge has appeared in most of the major concert halls, including Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, L.A.s Universal Amphitheater, as well casinos throughout the United States.
In 2006, the band was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame. They are also members of South Carolinas Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame, the New England Vocal Group Hall of Fame, and Harmony Group Hall of Fame, and recently the group received a star on the New Jersey Walk of Fame.
After four decades, the Brooklyn Bridge continues to record and tour, delighting long time fans and making new ones along the way. Their recording of So Fine can be heard in Robert Davis’ film The Dukes, starring Chazz Palminteri. Demand for live appearances is stronger now than at any time in the bands history. As they begin their fifth decade performing, The Brooklyn Bridge leave a rich legacy in the annals of Rock n Roll.
THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE CHARTED HITS:
|SONG NAMES||YEAR||POSITION #/ CHART|
|Worst That Could Happen||1968-69||# 3 POP|
|Blessed Is The Rain||1969||#46 POP|
|Welcome Me Love||1969||#48 POP|
|Your Husband, My Wife||1969||#46 POP|
|Youll Never Walk Alone||1969||#51 POP|
|Down By The River||1970||#91 POP|
|Day Is Done||1970||#96 POP|
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his amazing and quintessential American charisma, Derek Keeling is
poised to be one of his generation’s most memorable performers and
songwriters. After receiving his musical training and degree at the University of Kentucky he has performed all over America and across the world. Derek has now moved to Nashville to devote his time fully to his song writing. Earlier this year he recorded his Live EP, of which he was the sole writer, at the infamous Sun Studio in Memphis, TN.
Keeling is best known for his run on NBC’s Grease: You’re the One That
I Want, in which he placed third in Broadway’s largest national
casting call. Keeling made his Broadway debut in the summer of 2008
as Danny Zuko in Grease. He and the musical have an illustrious,
6-year history; excluding his NBC Grease experience, Keeling estimates
he has brought his own James Dean-style swagger to the classic musical
for nearly 1000 performances -- across nearly every state in the
nation, and always in a professional-level production. He has even
taken the All-American story across the border to Canadian and
European audiences. After two high-energy years on the musical’s
national tour -- performing along with pop icons Frankie Avalon and
Chubby Checker -- Keeling feels Broadway was the “cherry on top” of
his Grease experience.
After his successful Broadway run Derek took on a challenging
off-Broadway production called Connect-Disconnect in which he had to
stretch himself as an actor playing two very different roles in the
two person musical spanning comedy and drama. For his efforts he was
awarded the Midtown International Theatre Festival Award for BEST
LEADING ACTOR IN A MUSICAL.
His experience covers a wide range of dramas and musicals, touching
every genre and audience. Keeling has been a part of many new and
upcoming projects, and played the iconic role of Arthur “The Fonz”
Fonzarelli in Happy Days the Musical in Los Angeles and a prestigious,
pre-Broadway run of A Tale of Two Cities, starring as Charles Darnay.
Keeling was seen in the starring role of the regional premiere of All
Shook Up at Musical Theatre West. The performance was hailed by
critics at top publications such as the Los Angeles Times, which calls
Keeling “that rarity seldom seen since the days of Cary Grant --
namely, a hunky guy who can play comedy.”
Derek returned to NYC in the summer to bring his duet concert Sunday
Kind of Love to the infamous Feinstein’s Night Club. Keeling also
recently finished a run of the new Roger Bean musical Life Could Be A
Dream at the Hudson Theatre in downtown Hollywood. In the summer of
2011 he starred in a concert featuring the music of Rodgers and
Hammerstein backed by California Philharmonic.
Most recently Derek took on the role of the Man in Black “Johnny Cash” on the first National Tour of Million Dollar Quartet in the fall of 2011 through 2012, for which he received rave reviews worldwide.
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Justin was 8 1/2, his mother introduced him to the music and
trappings of Elvis Presley when she brought home one of his
Christmas cassettes around the holidays;
"instantly" it was a match made in Heaven! Listening to that tape constantly, Justin practically wore the poor thing out. Falling in love with one song in particular,
"Mama like The Roses", he would sing it to his grandmother multiple times a day. From that point on, Elvis entered Justin’s heart and never left, continuing to grow with him, becoming the beautiful combination the two of them are today.
He began professionally impersonating The King when he was 16, at the Elvis-a-Rama museum and has spent the last 12 years working on the road and perfecting his already remarkable skills and instinct. Now, at the ripe ol' age of 28, Justin is Elvis Presley Enterprises 2010 Ultimate Elvis tribute artist.
Although Justin Shandor has enjoyed the majority of his success and notoriety impersonating The King of Rock 'N Roll, he is far more than an Elvis Tribute Artist. Justin is also a very giftedmusician, playing many instruments including the guitar piano and bass, in addition to writing his own amazing songs.