Charming singer-songwriter celebrates 25 years as Central Park fixture in an evening of sing-alongs and socially-conscious comedy
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How you know David: If you’ve been in Central Park in the last 25 years, there’s a good chance you’ve seen this troubadour charming crowds with his catchy original songs (most packed with political satire) and gift for storytelling
The celebration: To commemorate David’s 25th year as a Manhattan fixture, he’s delivering a 150-minute concert packed with new originals and sing-along fan favorites, backed by a full band
Songs you might hear: Ditties skewering pop culture (“Tom Cruise Scares Me,” “Facebook is a Stupid Idiot”), political anthems (“Feel the Bern”), and some surprising covers
For Fans Of: James Taylor, the Beatles, folk/rock, and socially-conscious comedy
What people are saying: Legendary producer Sid Bernstein calls Ippolito “an artist whose music and voice need to be heard today,” while The New York Times maintains he’s “the most famous person in New York that nobody knows”