Neil Sedaka: The Show Goes On Trailer

Neil Sedaka: The Show Goes On Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

One of pop music's most successful singer-songwriters, Neil Sedaka wows a sold-out crowd at London's Royal Albert Hall, performing such classics as "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" and "Calendar Girl." In a concert that reflects each phase of his storied career, Sedaka offers up best-loved songs and introduces new tunes, all delivered with characteristic warmth and humor. The set list includes "Laughter in the Rain," "Never Again" and many more.

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