Henry Gross is a songwriter, recording artist, actor and playwright with a long list of career highlights. He began performing at age thirteen in his native Brooklyn, New York. At age eighteen he was the youngest person to perform at the Woodstock Festival as a member of the Rock & Roll revival group, Sha Na Na, which he co-founded. In a solo recording career spanning nearly fifty years, he has sold over seven million albums and singles highlighted by the 1976 chart topper, "Shannon", a song inspired by the late Beach Boys lead singer Carl Wilson's Irish Setter of the same name.
Patrons will be on the stage for this show and seating is limited.