An "American Idol," a former Beach Boy and the boss of Men at Work are among the performers headed to the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts over the next few months.
The theater announced a slate of new shows starting with Marky Ramone, the drummer for the Ramones and the group's only surviving original member, who'll bring his show "My Life as a Ramone" to Patchogue on Feb 5.
Following him on Feb. 13 will be season 2 "American Idol" winner Ruben Studdard for a Valentine's Day-themed evening of song. His show "Ruben Sings Luther" will salute the music of the late soul singer Luther Vandross.
Al Jardine Family & Friends Tour will find the onetime member of The Beach Boys sharing the stage with Carnie and Wendy Wilson of Wilson Phillips and his son, Matt Jardine, on March 4.
Then on April 1, who can it be now? Men at Work lead singer Colin Hay, who will perform both his group and solo hits as well as songs from his new album, "I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself."
Love will be in the air on April 3 when Grammy Award winner Peabo Bryson performs his hit ballads, including "If Ever You're in My Arms Again" and "A Whole New World."
Rounding things out on April 23 will be Journeyman, a tribute to Eric Clapton starring Shaun Hague.
Tickets for all shows can be purchased at patchoguetheatre.org. Patrons will be required to show either proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Face masks are also encouraged.