Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Neil Sedaka's 55-year career has been as prolific as it has been long, with millions of his own records sold and more than 500 songs that he either wrote or co-wrote for other artists reaching the charts. He reached his height of popularity during the 1960s and '70s with such classic hits as "Where the Boys Are," "Sweet Sixteen," "Calendar Girl" and, of course, "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do." Sedaka discusses his extraordinary career with Rolling Stone
contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis at 92nd Street Y, and will perform some of his most popular songs in an "unplugged" setting.
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