“Songs In The Attic” is a musical tribute conceived and presented with a tremendous amount of detail by Long Island veteran singer/piano player David Clark. He continues to gain notoriety with stunningly accurate piano playing, lead vocals, and an eerily similar stage look to the Piano Man himself while engaging the audience with wit and humor. Having performed to full venues and private functions from NY/NJ & CT to RI, NH, PA, St. Louis, WV and FL, this is the perfect Billy Joel tribute show to present in any venue, theater, casino or festival.
Fleetwood Macked is a New York based Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band. Hailed as the most authentic Fleetwood Mac tribute band in the U.S., much of the realism comes from the bands history. Husband and wife musical team Hillary and Michael (Stevie and Lindsey ) and friends Cecile “Cc Keyz”, Jay and Phil (Christine, John and Mick), that have made great music together in various incarnations finally all came together with their mutual love of Fleetwood Mac. All the members of Fleetwood Macked are and have always been professional, touring Rock musicians, which also adds to the authenticity of the sound of the band. Fleetwood Macked live brings the passion, depth, heart and the musicianship Fleetwood Mac’s music requires. Whether performing the Rumours album in it’s entirety or a decades show featuring Fleetwood Mac’s hits from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today, every performance transports audiences to another time and place. Complete with costume changes, dialogue and video backdrops it a show not to be missed. If you are looking for the most authentic Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band, visit and like us on Facebook and ReverbNation to stay up to date and keep in touch with the Fleetwood Macked family!
Charlie Thomas, the unforgettable voice of The Drifters, ushered in a soulful new era for the group when he joined them in 1958 and immediately drove the smash, “There Goes My Baby,” up the charts. The Drifters went on to record a string of hits that defined the era, including “Save The Last Dance For Me,” “This Magic Moment,” “Under The Boardwalk,” “Up On The Roof,” “Some Kind of Wonderful” and “On Broadway.”
“I’m still loving rock ’n’ roll,” Thomas recently told Goldmine magazine, “and I’m still doing what I used to do. I love my audience. The connection with my audience is memories and love. I appreciate it, and I love what God put me here to do. I’m a Drifter, and I’m proud to say that, because I’ve been a Drifter ever since I was 20 years old. I’m still going, and I’m not thinking of leaving here for a long while.”
In 1988, Charlie Thomas, along with the original members of The Drifters Doc Green, Ben E. King and Elsbery Hobbs, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He received the Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation in 1999.
“Under The Boardwalk”
“Save The Last Dance”
“Up On The Roof”
“This Magic Moment”
Charlie Thomas – Performing Live (25 December 2015)
There are great performances of favorite songs – and then there are those rare moments that go way beyond great… Moments that inspire goose bumps, cheers – and maybe a quiet tear or two…
These are the moments that truly grab us and leave us feeling like we have just experienced something that we will cherish for days and years to come! It’s a moment that is hard to describe, but when you experience this, you will KNOW that your life has become richer for the simple privilege of having been there.
Buckle your seat belts because The Bronx Wanderers deliver a “Back to the Future” type of rocket fuel in this high-octane 50s, 60s and 70s Rock N’ Roll experience!
Tap into the infectious energy of the music that skyrocketed classics like “American Graffiti”, “Happy Days” and “A Bronx Tale” to immediate success. Weave that nostalgic adrenalin into a soundtrack of the greatest hits of rock n’ roll replicated in a way that only a master record producer can achieve. Add in some genuine pros from the era and then unleash a youthful show-stopping charisma of the sons’ modern day indie band musicians. Finish off this heart-pumping mix with the lovingly engaging does of pure Italian “famiglia” and you might come close to capturing the seemingly “magical” appeal of The Bronx Wanderers!