2009-05-29 / Entertainment/Lifestyles

Jay Black Set To Appear At Westbury

Jay Black Jay Black Live Nation is proud to present the one and only Jay Black at the Capital One Bank Theatre at Westbury on Saturday, June 13 at 8 p.m.

Don't miss your opportunity to see this Brooklyn native perform some of his greatest hits like "This Magic Moment," "Only In America," and "Some Enchanted Evening." Tickets begin at $51.50 and are available exclusively online at LiveNation.com, charge by phone at 1-877-598-8694, at the Westbury box office, and at participating Blockbuster® stores.

Save 25 percent when you purchase a select 4-pack of tickets to this show while supplies last.

For membership information, visit www.westburymembership.- com

Known by his fans as "The Voice," Jay Black is recognized not only as a renowned singer but also as a one of a kind entertainer. Shows are complete with hits spanning the years of success of Jay Black with the addition of Jay's antics and blue humor that you have to experience to understand.

His voice, as strong as it was when he recorded "This Magic Moment" and "Cara Mia," is only part of the reason that New Yorkers flock to his shows.

Jay's humor measures up to the best of today's stand-up comedians and is only part of the reason that he has become "Mr. Sell Out" at Westbury.

Over the years, as the former lead singer of Jay & the Americans, Jay Black charted 21 hit singles with seven million-sellers. "Come A Little Bit Closer," "Let's Lock The Door (And Throw Away The Key)," and "Walkin' In The Rain" are only a few of the songs he performs.

A rock 'n' roll icon, Jay's golden voice and dynamic stage presence are the reasons for the longevity of his success.

Jay has now been a major part of the American pop music scene for more than three decades.

He was the opening act for The Beatles' first U.S. appearance, and also went on to open for The Rolling Stones and other top British acts in the 60s.

The rest is history, and today Jay Black continues to impress sell-out crowds.

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