Disco Explosion starring members of the New York Bee Gees

I’ve Got to Get a Message to You. It’s time to get out the bell bottoms, tight pants, sideburns and medallions and prepare to get your ‘70s groove on. The New York Bee Gees Tribute show is made up of some of Long Island’s most versatile and talented musicians who have appeared with acts, including the Alan Parsons Project, Meatloaf, Queen, The Blue Oyster Cult, Herman’s Hermits and Enrique Iglesias. They have played to sold-out shows at the Paramount Theatre and BB King Blues Club NYC, and perform regularly at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Resorts World Casino, The Empire Casino and The Suffolk Theatre.

The band consists of Peter Mazzeo as Barry Gibb, Tom Flyntz as Robin, Manny Focarazzo as Maurice, Tami Wolfe as the female lead and background vocals, Peter Lazos on drums and Mike Flyntz on lead guitar and background vocals.
The group is known for its stunning stage production, powerful vocals and professional stage presence as they bring to life all the classic ‘70s disco hits, from “Stayin’ Alive” to “Night Fever,” while also presenting earlier works like “To Love Somebody,” and “Massachusetts.”

Julio Avila of Spotlight at the Paramount said the New York Bee Gees were “the best tribute band I’ve ever seen. I thought I was sent back in time to 1977. One ability (Peter) Mazzeo has is hitting the high notes the Bee Gees were known for.”

Point the right finger up and the left finger down and get ready to hustle. The New York Bee Gees are in the house.