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The Spectacular Pianomen Take a Walk Down Memory Lane PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jennifer Palermo   
Nov 11, 2008 at 07:38 AM

The Spectacular Pianomen Take a Walk Down Memory Lane

Pianomen had a great run at the Tropicana entertaining to a packed house. The show featured five piano players bringing alive the sounds of Billy Joel, Barry Manilow, Ray Charles, Elton John and Burt Bacharach. The show wowed the crowd with three superb backup singers and an eight piece band.

Martin Lacasse (above) wooed the crowd with a great smile and Billy Joel tunes like Just the Way You Are, Honesty and Uptown Girl.

Francis Mondoux (above) performed Barry Manilow's hits Mandy, Can't Smile and Copacabana.

Stephane Menard (above) brought back Elton John's Your Song, Yellow Brick Road and Philadelphia Freedom among others.

The talented Dennis Mathews (above) lit up the house with a mixture of Ray Charles' Georgia, Fats Domino's Blueberry Hill, Little Richard's Good Golly Miss Molly and Jerry Lee Lewis' Great Balls of Fire!

The female vocalists were crowd pleasers with their melodious back up singing and dance moves. The music of Burt Bacharach was brought alive by Michel Ferrari, including what the World Needs Now, I Say a Little Prayer and I'll Never Fall in Love Again.

The Finale included Beatles songs Imagine, Let it Be, and We Are the Champions. The show closed with Saturday Night's Allright and then the great encore Billy Joel's Piano Man.

 

Last Updated ( Nov 11, 2008 at 07:52 AM )


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