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As a veteran performer who has played in hundreds of different venues all over New England, Bill Reidy can provide many different types of entertaining musical performances for the residents of Independent Living Communities. Bill takes requests, and with over 1,000 songs in his songbook, he will probably be able to sing a song if it is requested.

Happy Hour: As a solo performer, Bill can entertain your residents during happy hour with songs by Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Neil Diamond, Bobby Darin, Engelbert Humperdinck, Dean Martin, Hank Williams, Tom Jones, Johnny Cash and many others. His repertoire includes popular Standards, Oldies hits from the ’50s and ’60s, Swing Tunes, Classic Country & Western, and Traditional Pop.

Tribute Shows

The Songs of Sinatra: This is a show dedicated to the songs made popular by Frank Sinatra from the 1940s to the 1970s, including Fly Me To The Moon, Summer Wind, My Way, Strangers In The Night, Night and Day and New York, New York. Visit for more info.

Solitary Man: In this show, Bill Reidy pays tribute to the great Neil Diamond with a collection of his hit songs from the 1960s and ’70s and beyond, including hits like Sweet Caroline, Song Sung Blue, I Am I Said, Cherry Cherry, September Morn, Shilo, and many more. Visit for more info.

The Blue Suede King:  This show includes popular hit songs of Elvis Presley from the 1950s and early ’60s, including Blue Suede Shoes, It’s Now or Never, Can’t Help Falling, All Shook Up and many more. Visit for more info.

Johnny Cash Tribute: One of the most popular performers of the 1950s and 60s, Johnny Cash had many hit records as well as a very popular TV show. Bill Reidy’s Tribute to “The Man In Black” includes all of Johnny Cash’s greatest songs! Visit for more info.

Movie Memories: Great songs from some of the most popular movies of our time, including Casablanca, The Wizard of Oz, The Sound of Music, Singing In The Rain, Top Hat, Cabaret, Stormy Weather…and many more!

Singers of The Sixties: The 1960s produced many talented singers, such as Englebert Humperdinck, Tom Jones, Glenn Campbell, BJ Thomas, and more. In this entertaining show, Bill sings the songs of all of the great singers of the 1960s. Visit for more info.

Country & Western Classics: This show includes great Country songs of the 1950s and 60s by singers like Hank Williams, Eddy Arnold, Johnny Cash, Ray Price, and many more!

Holiday Shows

Christmas & New Years: If your residents are having a party around the holidays, Bill can provide musical entertainment that includes popular Xmas Standards (White Christmas, Holly Jolly Christmas, Blue Christmas, etc) as well as other popular songs from the 1940s to the 1060s.

Valentines Day: For special Valentines Day events, Bill can sing a nice mix of popular love songs from the 1940s to the 1060s, including Can’t Help Falling, Someone To Watch Over Me, Release Me, I Only Have Eyes For You, Fools Rush In, and many, many more. Click here for song samples.

St. Patrick’s Day: This is a favorite show for anyone with a bit of an Irish heritage and for anyone who loves to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with traditional Irish music. Click here for more info and a song list.

Patriotic Songs: If your residents are having an event around Memorial Day, Independence Day or Veterans Day, you’ll be happy to know that Bill has a broad selection of patriotic songs to fit the occasion.

Special Performances

Through his extensive contacts of very talented musicians throughout New England, Bill Reidy is able to provide several different types of acts for special events and concerts, including not only his solo act but also his duo, Reidy & Higgins. You can get more info about all of the acts that Bill Reidy can offer by going to

Bill Reidy is available to perform 7 days a week, including nights, weekends and holidays! 

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