Wednesday, August 19, 2015


  If one photo could tell the story of the Engelbert Humperdinck concert at Seton Park in Riverdale last night it would be this one, as the famed singer came to the edge of the stage as 50 - 75 fans shimmied their way to the bottom of the stage to snap a photo or two while they were up close to one of their singing idols. The 90 minute concert was full of Humperdinck's long list of hit songs (many Grammy Award winners) such as 'Release Me', After the Lovin', and 'Am I That Easy to Forget to name a few.
. The concert the third year of the 'Summertime Concerts' presented by State Senator Jeff Klein was well attended by over 600 people making this the largest attended concert held in Seton Park. In between songs Engelbert Humperdinck (whose real name is Jerry Dorsey) told stories of being with other famous stars who would mangle his stage name in various ways. The photos below will tell the rest of the story. 

Above - State Senator Jeff Klein is on stage before the concert with Congressman Eliot Engel, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, and Councilman Andy Cohen.
Below - Senator Klein works the audience before the concert to get a feeling of the people, some who arrived hours before the concert to get a good spot. 

Senator Klein’s Summertime Symphonies Series continues this month with Alive & Kickin’ on Monday, August 24 at 7:00 p.m at Ambrosini Field and Chubby Checker on Wednesday, August 26 at 7:00 p.m. at Loreto Park. For more information, please call Senator Klein’s office at (718) 822-2049.

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