Pat DiNizio will be performing his “Confessions of a Rock Star” show to the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick NJ, on January 8. Pat will be accompanied by The Grip Weeds for this 2 hour performance which tells his story of how a 31 year old Italian American garbage man became a rock star.
Pat DiNizio’s “Confessions of A Rock Star” show is coming to Glen Cove, Long Island on Sunday April 27. Pat will be playing an intimate evening of music and rock and roll stories, at the new “Friends of My Father’s Place” shows at Page One. Seating is limited so don’t miss out – reserve your […]
Pat DiNizio brings his Las Vegas one-man show “CONFESSIONS OF A ROCK STAR” to New Jersey for one night only on lucky Friday the 13th! This show is being filmed for a DVD release, so stop by and be part of the fun at CROSSROADS in Garwood, NJ.
New York Radio host Eric Holland of “Sound Advice” checked in with Pat DiNizio on the Smithereens “Rockin’ the River” cruise in NYC and talked to Pat about his recent Vegas run of “Confessions of A Rock Star”. Watch the video.
The most amazing thing about this show however is not how well DiNizio plays, or sings, or writes, or remembers, but how perfectly he hosts and narrates his own show. He is totally at ease sparring with a racous crowd and is as spontaneous on stage as any veteran Las Vegas performer has ever been. […]
The “Confessions of a Rock Star” Band backstage at the Riviera Hotel Casino after our Grand Opening event last night. Thanks to all who made the show. It was GOOD.
“I have been a long-time fan of The Smithereens and having Pat DiNizio perform six nights a week at the Riviera is great for music lovers,” said Andy Choy, president and CEO of Riviera Hotel & Casino. “Pat has a very interesting story to tell, from his humble beginnings to performing in Las Vegas.”
Thanks to my friends at Fender who have sent me this new guitar, a Classic Series ’50s Esquire, to use for my “Confessions of a Rock Star” show at The Riviera, Las Vegas! I’ll be installing a Fishman acoustic power bridge and a Seymour Duncan Hot Rails as the treble position pick-up, stereo output.