The Brooklyn Bridge 50th Anniversary Celebration: A Tribute to Johnny MaestroDate: May 22, 2018Time: 6:15 pm
The Brooklyn Bridge celebrates 50 years of playing the great music of their original lead singer, the beloved Johnny Maestro. Return to the doo-wop days when Johnny was the lead singer of The Crests, turning out hits like “Sixteen Candles,” “Step by Step,” "Trouble in Paradise,” “The Angels Listened In,” and “My Juanita.” Remember Johnny a decade later, when he was the voice of The Brooklyn Bridge, singing hits including “Welcome Me Love,” “Your Husband, My Wife,” “Blessed is the Rain,” “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” and the group's million-selling debut, “The Worst That Could Happen.” Join The Brooklyn Bridge to celebrate their 50th anniversary — and the legacy of one of the greatest voices of rock ’n’ roll.
The Brooklyn Bridge Band was formed in March of 1968 in NY. They have performed at every major concert venue over the years including Madison Square Garden, Carnegie Hall, The Beacon Theater and Radio City Music Hall…..and shared the stage with a diverse group of legendary artists such as Billy Joel, Tony Bennett, Dion, The Righteous Brothers, The Beach Boys, and Steppenwolf. The Bridge has also made many classic television appearances performing on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Mike Douglas Show and The Della Reese show amongst others.
After four decades, The Brooklyn Bridge continues to record and tour, delighting longtime 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.
The band consists of vocalist, Les Cauchi, an original member and also a member of the 'The Del-Satins'. Other original members are James Rosica ( Bass player and vocalist ) and Joe Ruvio ( vocalist ). Both were members of the local Long Island, NY garage band called 'The Rhythm Method'. Louis Agiesta ( Drummer ) toured with the cast of the famous 'Jesus Christ Super Star Show' before becoming a member of the band in the early 1970s. Joining the band in the early seventies are Martin D'Amico ( Keyboards and vocalist ), and, James Sarle ( Lead Guitarist ) who played on a few of the early Brooklyn Bridge recordings before actually becoming a member of the band in the mid-1970s. And lead vocalist Joe "Bean" Esposito, a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter whose career spans the 1970s to the present day.
6:15 pm Dinner, 8:00 pm Show
$89.00 plus tax per person
$55.00 plus tax (Show Only)
Your Ticket price includes Dinner and Show. Beverages and Gratuities are not included.
Luxury boxes for parties of 6 or more are available at a premium rate.