ONE NIGHT ONLY, SPECIAL EARLY SHOW
This amazing 7-piece band brings back the ’80s like no other, performing all the greatest hits live! Guest DJs spin a mix of ’80s hits and today’s top 40 before and after the show.
“One of the BEST things to do in New York on a SATURDAY NIGHT!” – Time Out New York “It’s AMAZING, so much fun! It’s like going BACK TO THE EIGHTIES!” – Kelly Ripa
“Thanks JESSIE’S GIRL for kicking ’80s ass!” – Neil Patrick Harris
$30 advance, $40 at the door
For VIP tickets and table reservations call 212-941-8100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
presented by Fun Music
This is a general admission, standing event.
special guest Constantine Maroulis
It was a warm June night, the neon marquee of Manhattan’s famed Radio City Music Hall served as a beacon welcoming thousands who gathered to honor, celebrate and award the best of Broadway for the 2009 Tony Awards. That evening, Constantine Maroulis was deservedly bestowed with a Tony Nomination for his tour de force performance in Broadway’s landmark show Rock of Ages. Seems rather simple right? Well it was anything but, years of hard creative work came to fruition and in a sense full circle, for some five years earlier Maroulis had become a household name by beaming into 30 million households each night via his lengthy appearance on the television’s American Idol. There, Maroulis utilized his versatile arsenal of talents to perfection, enlisting a growing legion of fans that witnessed this magnetic and charismatic performer, one who was full of surprises and was destined for continued success.
Born in Brooklyn, New York and later raised in the nearby suburbs of New Jersey, Constantine James Maroulis grew up surrounded by a wide array of polarized music from classic rock, alternative and spirituals to jazz and jam band antics. That disparaging mix of sounds would soon become an essential ingredient in his development as soon as he entered high school where he began participating in musical theater productions as well as singing in various rock bands. Constantine continued to pursue both acting and music while attending college locally. It was not unusual to see Constantine onstage at a Summer Stock theater production while afterwards heading straight to a nightclub to front a band. There, he gained the invaluable experience of burning both ends of the entertainment candle that would help him nail his audition that garnered his spot to attend the prestigious Boston Conservatory of Music.
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