Composer Randy Edelman revisits ‘A Weekend in New England’ to celebrate ‘A Life in 80 Minutes’

World-renowned film score serialist and pop songwriter Randy Edelman embarks on a journey to Massachusetts in several rare performances showcasing his incredible adventures through music and song in “A Life in 80 Minutes” with his illustrious “A Weekend in New England” (as recorded by Barry Manilow). Randy will feature his hit songs recorded by artists such as Patti LaBelle, Nelly, The Carpenters, Bing Crosby and a host of others as well as medleys from his hit movie and TV scores encompassing “My Cousin Vinny”, “Last of the Mohicans”. ”, “Billy Madison”, “27 dresses”, “Gettysburg”, “Ghostbusters ll”, “The Mask”, “Kindergarten Cop”, “Twins”, “While You Were Sleeping”, “MacGyver”, and a parade of others.

Wednesday July 20 Randy can be heard via Boston radio 95.9 WATD FM on “Gary Leavitt and Friends” at 9:00 p.m. Thursday July 21 Randy can be seen live and in person at The Magic Room @The Space Center (83 Morse Street, Norwood, Mass.). Friday 22nd of July see it live at Premieres on Broadway (517 Broadway, Somerville, MA) at 8:00 p.m. and on Saturday July 23 it will be presented to F355 (58 Pulaski St, Peabody, MA) at 9:00 p.m.

The opulence of the Randy Edelman couture piano lies not only in his musical compositions, but also in the romanticism of his attitude, and the enchantment of the keys when his fingers look at them, often resembling liquid mathematics, scented smoke or to lyrical punk rock. Her performances are powerful and emotionally charged, leaving her audience thrilled and amazed. He shared the stage with The Carpenters and Frank Zappa, and performed around the world, including at the Drury Lane Theater in London and the Budokan in Japan…

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First on Broadway 617-996-6838

F355- 978-209-3355

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