Bill Reidy’s Entertaining Shows Offer A Little Something For Everyone!
Veteran entertainer Bill Reidy has been performing professionally since the early 1970s, in bands, duos and as a solo performer. He has played in a variety of venues, including Senior Centers, Fundraising Events, Festivals, and Concerts. His shows, which include music from the 1920s all the way to the 1970s, are perfect for Seniors and Baby Boomers.
Solitary Man: A Tribute to The Great Neil Diamond
Neil Diamond is one of our most popular contemporary entertainers! People of all ages love his music! Bill has performed this solo tribute show all over New England and has gotten rave reviews from audiences everywhere. Click here for more info and videos.
Ol’ Blue Eyes Is Back…Again!
Bill Reidy sings the songs made popular by Frank Sinatra while accompanying himself on finger-style jazz guitar. A real crowd pleaser! Click here for more info and videos.
The Blue Suede King: The Songs of Elvis
In this show, Bill performs the hit songs and rock-a-billy tunes of the young Elvis Presley from the mid-1950s to the early 1960s, when Elvis was the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Click here for more info and audio clips.
Grand Ole Country
Bill accompanies himself on acoustic guitar, slide guitar and harmonica and sings old time classic country and cowboy songs of legends like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Eddy Arnold, Willie Nelson, Gene Autry and many others.
The Oldies Show
Remember those fun days of the 1950s when Rock ‘n’ Roll and Doo Wop music provided the soundtrack of our lives? In this show, Bill gets things moving with a tribute to the Oldies stars, like Ricky Nelson, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers, Fats Domino, Buddy Holly, Sam Cooke, The Drifters, and other great legends from the Rock ‘n’ Roll era.
The Sensational Singers Of The Sixties
Remember the 1960s? Who were some of your favorite singers? The Sixties gave birth to many great pop singers, like Engelbert Humperdinck, Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, B.J. Thomas and Glenn Campbell, along with groups like The Beatles and The Everly Brothers, all of whom had a huge influence on popular music for a generation of listeners. In addition, many established singers, like Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Ricky Nelson and Roy Orbison continued to produce hit records throughout the decade. For all of us who grew up during the ’60s, the songs that we listened to on the radio, on albums and on 45s (remember them?) during that time became the soundtrack of our young lives. Go to www.SingersOfTheSixties.com for more info and videos.
The Songs of Summer
Celebrate Summertime with all of your favorite Beach-Surf-Tropical-Calypso songs! Beach Boys, Jan & Dean, The Ventures, Jimmy Buffett, Harry Belafonte and even a few Reggae tunes to stir things up.
Bill Reidy Sings The Great American Songbook
We can all thank Michael Buble for reintroducing all of the old great songs to today’s audiences! In this show, Bill sings timeless standards, written by some of the great 20th Century composers like Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Hoagy Carmichael, and contemporary composers like Burt Bacharach.
Land Of The Free
Patriotic songs and other popular sing-a-long songs celebrating this great country of ours. Perfect for the Fourth of July parties, Memorial Day and Veterans Day events!
Special shows for various holidays throughout the year: Christmas, Valentines Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Mother’s Day, Fourth of July, Veterans Day.
What Can You Expect With One of Bill Reidy’s Shows?
Bill Reidy is a solo performer who sings and plays acoustic guitar and jazz guitar. With his shows you are getting all live music. (He does not sing to a karaoke machine.) Depending on the show, Bill will also add digital drums, harmonica, slide guitar and kazoo. (He plays a mean kazoo!)
Most importantly, Bill understands that his shows are for the enjoyment of the audience, so he combines his musical ability with a warm, friendly manner and dry wit to provide the type of entertainment that people really enjoy.
For More Information and Bookings
Contact Bill Reidy