Lords of 52nd Street

Monmouth University Pollak Theatre

400 Ceder Ave
West Long Branch, NJ 07740
United States

Tickets on sale online July 1 and in person or via phone on July 5. The Lords of 52nd Street are Billy Joel's original band, including Liberty DeVitto on drums, Russell Javors on rhythm guitar, and Richie Cannata on saxophone and keyboards. The band recorded and toured with Joel for over a decade performing alongside the Piano Man at famous arenas including Wembley Stadium, Sydney Opera House, Madison Square Garden, and the LA Forum. The band members (along with Doug Stegmeyer bass guitar) recorded the Turnstiles album, and then teamed up with legendary producer Phil Ramone to record The Stranger. The album was a commercial success, it holds a RIAA diamond certification (10x platinum), and several #1 singles including, Only The Good Die Young and Just The Way You Are. They continued to create many other successful albums including 52nd Street, Glass Houses, The Nylon Curtain. In 2014, Javors, Cannata, and DeVitto (with Stegmeyer, posthumously) were inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame. At that time, they decided to reunite after a 30-year separation and began performing in front of live audiences together. Fans declared that The Lords' live performances sound just like the original recordings with Billy Joel, if not better and they continue to awe fans from around the world! The show will open with a performance by Matt McAndrew, singer songwriter, from season seven of The Voice. Matt is a New Jersey native who creates sincere, guitar-driven music. Matt's original single from The Voice, Wasted Love, dominated the charts and hearts of fans worldwide. The proceeds from this concert will benefit the newly formed, SRF Suicide Prevention Research and Training Project at Monmouth University's School of Social Work. The SRF Project at Monmouth works to prevent suicide with several populations including youth and veterans.The benefits from the concert will be put toward the development and dissemination of training materials to help people identify when a person is at risk for suicide and what to do and say if they are concerned. The initial focus will be on the development of training materials for sports coaches in all year-round sport facilities (i.e. clubs/AAU programs). Please come out and hear some great music and support a great cause. For more information about the SRF project at Monmouth please contact, Michelle Scott, Ph.D. at mscott@monmouth.edu.

Friday - December 08, 2017

Contact:

Kelly Barratt

Phone: 732-263-5715
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$40, $60, $100

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