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Webster Hall Presents Greg Raposo The Janes, Mike Schiavo, The Como Brothers Band, AC3 Saturday, May 02, 2015 7:00 PM EDT (6:30 PM Doors) Marlin Room at Webster Hall, New York, NY 18 years and over
Going to be a sweeet birthday party concert!! I'll be sharing the stage with members from all my previous bands who will be switching and performing songs that have all been requested by you! I've been truly blessed to have shared stages with so many seriously talented musicians and I couldn't be more excited to reunite for this incredible night! Don't miss it! Rooftop bar 1 flight up from venue! Full dinner menu available! Reasonably priced drinks!
Come out Wednesday night, November 20th, for a FREE show at The Molten Lounge @ The Sands Casino Resort.
Playing covers & originals at The Main Stage (by the food court) from 12:15 - 1:15pm. Full band.. Full on Party! Starring: Nicole & Daniella Raposo, The Doctor Hot Coles on keys, Dex on Slappn de Bass mahn, Tully T on drums and yours truly Tim Smythe on life. (the artist formerly known as Greg Raposo)
Back by popular demand!... I'll be playing mostly covers and some originals from 6pm-9pm. It's an all out party so come ready for a good time! Featuring my lovely sister, Nicole Raposo and the Dr. Drew Coles on keys!
Sounds Like: Gavin DeGraw, The Killers, OneRepublic, The Script, Kings Of Leon
Manager: Jesse: (516) 523-9086
Bio: Greg Raposo came to fame at 9 years old as ‘The Elvis Kid.’ He was invited by Priscilla Presley to perform at Graceland, where the Jordanaires and DJ Fontana, members of Elvis' real band, backed Greg. Wining Star Search landed Greg an agent, which led to numerous commercials, voice-overs, and Bro...See Full Bio
“'Hello New York!" screams Long Island's Greg Raposo, welcoming a raucous crowd of hundreds in a downstairs studio at Webster Hall in Manhattan. Out comes Raposo dressed in top hat, red shirt and vest. By the seventh song, worked up to a fever pitch, he strips his shirts down to a cross tattooed over his heart and jumps into the audience. It loves him. Some things never change.”