Songs in the Attic Performs the Music of Billy Joel at B.B. King's
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The last date listed for Billy Joel Tribute Songs in the Attic was Friday May 8, 2015 / 7:30pm (Doors at 6:00pm).
Currently at B.B. King Blues Club
- Full Price:
- $22.00 - $45.00
- Our Price:
- COMP - $20.00
Close your eyes and listen, and you might just think you're back in a supper club in the 1950s. The… More
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The band and lead singer were very talented. All the great Billy Joel songs were performed. However it was so loud my eardrums almost burst. Those around agreed. I like going to this club but am very unhappy with the change in menu. The food is...continued
Since the release of Piano Man in 1973, Billy Joel has had 33 Top 40 hits spanning three decades, all written by the man himself. He has been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Long Island Music Hall of Fame, and the Hit Parade Hall of Fame.
Songs in the Attic is a musical tribute conceived and presented with a tremendous amount of detail and affection for the material by Long Island veteran singer and piano player David Clark. Formed in 2011 and having recently roared through debut performances in front of thousands of people at the WBAB-sponsored Jones Beach Boardwalk bandshell summer concert series, as well as the Nesconset Gazebo summer concert series, Clark entertains the audience and continues to gain notoriety with stunningly accurate piano playing and lead vocals, combined with dynamic and high-energy band performances.
Songs in the Attic has had the privilege of presenting its entertaining show with the contributions of many incredible NY musicians, including Gary Gonzalez on drums, John Mistretta on electric and acoustic guitars and mandolin, Marty Kersich and Dan Cipriano on saxophone, Rich Forman, Steve Belfer, and Phil Greco on keyboards, Elana Hayden on background vocals, and Mike Leslie, Frank Scavone, and Lester Saldinger on bass guitar.