Songwriter Ervin Drake:”Good Morning Heartache” “It Was a Very Good Year”



A TRIBUTE TO ERVIN DRAKE, is set to take place one night onlyTuesday, September 17th at 8pm at the Iridium, produced by Scobar Entertainment. The evening will celebrate the music & life of legendary American songwriter Ervin Drake, who is now 94, and whose works include “I Believe,” “Good Morning Heartache,” “It Was A Very Good Year,” “Tico-Tico,” “Perdido,” “Now I Have Everything,” “A Room without Windows,” “AL DI LA,” & “Quando Quando,” to name a few. He is also the composer & lyricist of the 1964 Broadway show, What Makes Sammy Run.

Mr. Drake also had an extensive career as a television producer and is married to the lovely Edith Drake an ex model.

The evening will feature performances by Nina Berman, Joyce Breach, Kat Gang, Jeff Harnar, Allan Harris, Hilary Kole, Dana Lorge, Sidney Myer, Ron Raines, Rex Reed, Steve Ross, Warren Schein, Richard Skipper, KT Sullivan, Stacy Sullivan & Sal Viviano. The Barry Levitt Trio will provide accompaniment. There will be a reception, following the show.

DATE: Tuesday, September 17 @ 8pm

PLACE: Iridium NYC ~ 1650 Broadway @ 51st St.

PRICE: $25 music charge/$15 food/drink minimum

RESERVATIONS: (212)582-2121