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Pop decadence done right: Each month we pick a different iconic pop singer. Irresistible performers collide with the pulsating Pop Show Band to bring you rare, unexpected, once-in-a-lifetime performances from that singer's catalog. Depending on the show, it could be pop. It could be country. It could be 70s soul or 80s glam. It could be an entire concert of Amy Winehouse songs. Or The Doors. Or One Direction. (But probably not One Direction.)

Surprise guests and delirious musical merriment make The Pop Show New York's most unmissable and unpredictable concert event.

Created and produced by John  Capo with music direction by Benet Braun, The Pop Show is part of the Broadway at Birdland series presented by Jim Caruso. 

 

For tickets ($30-$35), call (212) 581-3080
or click on GET TICKETS above


 

 

Next Up: 

The Pop Show Presents...The Rolling Stones
Date and Lineup TBA

 

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  Here are a few previous editions of The Pop Show. How many have you seen?

The Michael Jackson Show - September 2013

The Michael Jackson Show - September 2013

The Billy Joel Show - July 2013

The Billy Joel Show - July 2013

The Adele Show - June 2013

The Adele Show - June 2013

The Elton John Show - June 2013

The Elton John Show - June 2013

PRAISE FOR THE POP SHOW

"I left wiser and happier. The show had a kind of immediacy and enthusiasm that is perfect." - Paulanne Simmons

"John Capo knows how to put on a show. Not only is he a hot-shot publicist on the theater scene, but he's an absolute dream of a producer. The club was jammed to the rafters with die-hard fans screaming, applauding and singing along with their fave hits. The Pop Show has turned into one of our all-time fave events, each time celebrating a different superstar." - Jim Caruso

"GO." - Playbill 

"An exciting new concept." - Stephen Sorokoff

"Listening to John Capo, the creator and producer of The Pop Show, I understood [the] music and lyrics like never before. You could hear this band perform anything and clap so hard you hands hurt." - Rochelle Jewel Shapiro