Joe Piscopo Joins Nassau Pops In Benefit

 

Joe Piscopo will sing while Louis Panacciulli, in back, will conduct the Nassau Pops Orchestra on Oct. 25
Joe Piscopo will sing while Louis Panacciulli, in back, will conduct the Nassau Pops Orchestra on Oct. 25

In honor of the centennial of Ol’ Blue Eyes, on Sunday, Oct. 25, at 2 p.m., comedian, radio personality and Saturday Night Live’s legendary Joe Piscopo joins Maestro Louis Panacciulli and The Nassau Pops to perform Sinatra’s biggest hits on the Tilles Center stage at 720 Northern Blvd. in Old Brookville. This is the Pops’ 12th annual Benefit for United Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County (UCPNC) and all proceeds go to the charity.
Piscopo is an accomplished pianist, guitarist and singer. His career has taken him from television, to the movies, to Broadway, and the performing stages of Las Vegas and Atlantic City. He is currently the host of his own radio show, The Answer, heard each morning on AM970 from 6 to 9 a.m. Piscopo often helps various charities, concentrating his efforts on young people in need.

Also taking the stage will be Creation, UCPNC’s popular singing group. NEFCU, a leading credit union serving the banking needs of Long Islanders for over 75 years, is the title sponsor of this concert.
For tickets, call the Tilles box office at 516-299-3100. Reserved seats are $55, $45 and $35 and all purchases are tax deductible.

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