Golden Oldies Winter Spectacular, Patchogue, 2/16

The Golden Oldies are alive and well on Long Island!

…..Radio and Television Personality, Master of Ceremonies and Humanitarian

Mickey B has been in the entertainment business for over fifty years. It is a career that spans the music industry from radio and television to Master of Ceremonies, accomplished writer, singer, producer and promoter. Mickey B’s title of “Prince of Rock n Roll” says it all!

At the age of 15, Mickey B was the youngest Master of Ceremonies in theCatskillMountainresorts. For 18 consecutive years, Mickey was emcee for the New Year’s Eve Gala at Hyatt Cerromar Beach Hotel inDoradoBeach,Puerto Rico.

In the 1960’s, Mickey B sang and recorded ten records with Paul Simon in a group called “Tico and the Triumphs”.

Mickey B hosts many shows at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts. His frequent Golden Oldies events always pack the house! He has also hosted Eisenhower Park shows, boat cruises, hotels, BB Kings in Manhattan and Westbury Music Fair, to name a few. He has made many guest appearances on television, and has appeared on the Ed Sullivan & Saturday Night Live stages as a co-host for the Cerebral palsy telethons


Mickey B has produced and hosted several of his own shows for cable TV. Currently, you can see him on Internet television, seen all over the world every Tuesday evening from 8-9 pm on Click on “Mickey B’s Juke Box Revue”

Mickey B works tirelessly for many humanitarian causes, including, Muscular Dystrophy, American Cancer Society, Aids Research, Veterans charities and many others

Mickey writes a monthly column for the “50+ Life Styles” newspaper while also supporting many senior promotions and events. He is also seen and heard on many radio and TV commercials.


Many thanks to Executive Director John Ashline, General Direc-tor, Clara Iacopelli, the Board of Directors of the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, Bob Edwards and the

                                                Thank you

                                              Mickey B


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