Pop singer, pianist, and songwriting legend behind “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” and “Calendar Girl” shares classics from his canon
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What a “bad” review looks like for Neil Sedaka: “Too clean cut,” “smiles too much,” and “doesn’t look like your typical rock ‘n’ roller.” That’s about as rough as they get, according to an interview with the Guardian.
Hits: “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” and “Calendar Girl,” and “Laughter in the Rain,” to name just a few of many
Hobbies: being a child prodigy pianist, writing hits for singers like Connie Francis, remembering that he has both a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a slot in the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and daydreaming about the street named for him in Brooklyn
What you’ll hear: classic tunes that combine peppy lyrics, soul-inspired harmonies, and of course, lush piano