Neil Sedaka at Andy Williams Moon River Theater
Music legend and icon Neil Sedaka will be performing for a one night show only at Andy Williams Moon River Theater on October 21 at 8 pm. Neil Sedaka in Branson will share the music and memories of his amazing career in music. This legendary singer and composer has been dominating the radio waves, TV stations, and media with his popular hit songs for over 5 decades. Now, you have the chance to see him perform live in Branson stage for a show that you won’t ever forget. His popular hit songs that you will hear include “Calendar Girl,” “Oh, Carol,”, “Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen,” and more.
Neil Sedaka has performed many times around the world for sold-out audiences sharing his timeless music that has influenced generations of fans. Topping the charts for most of his songs, Neil Sedaka’s music has proven that he remains relevant even with today’s generations of artists, musicians, and fans. From his first single hit song “Stairway to Heaven” to one of his most popular chart-topping singles like “Calendar Girl,” Neil Sedaka’s music remains as popular as ever.
As a pop and rock singer-songwriter from New York, Neil Sedaka boasts a career in music that spans over five decades, notching up an enviable record of selling millions upon millions of records. This popular singer-songwriter started his career in music in 1957, as a composer at the Brill Building. He then launched his music career in 1958, with The Diary, which reached the Top 15 in the Billboard Hot 200. In 1962, he hit big with “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do,” which hit #1. He returned in the early 70s and recorded “The Tra-La Days Are Over” in 1973 and “Sedaka’s Back” in 1974. His latest release came out in 2016 and became one of the greatest hits albums.
Neil Sedaka is a singer, songwriter, composer, pianist, and author. These are a few titles that can be used to describe the music legend. His impressive music career ranges from being one of the first teen pop sensations of the 50s, as a relevant songwriter in the 60s, a superstar in the 70s, and a constant force in music performance and song writing until now. Thanks to all the countless songs that he has written, performed, and produced which continue to inspire his fans and audiences around the world.
The legendary singer was catapulted into stardom after Connie Francis recorded Stupid Cupid, followed by Where the Boys Are, which become her biggest hit. Rhthym and blues stars Clyde McPhatter and LaVern Baker also scored hits with his songs. With the success of these songs, Sedaka was able to sign a contract with RCA as a writer and performer of his own material and soon recorded the chart toppers The Diary, Oh! Carol, Stairway to Heaven, and much more.
So, don’t miss to watch Neil Sedaka in Branson as he takes you on a journey down memory lane, sharing some of his biggest hits, his stories, and more.