From NY Post
Paul Anka has been in the music biz for quite some time.
In the mid-50s, the pop star started recording songs at 14. Hits like “Put Your Head On My Shoulder” and “Diana” quickly followed. Then, in 1962, he wrote the seminal theme for Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show.”
Somehow, nearly 70 years later, the 81-year-old Anka’s still going strong.
Starting in November, the veteran singer will embark on his 11-concert ‘Seven Decades Tour’ that will take him all over North America up until January 2024.
Along the way, he’ll stop into Atlantic City, NJ’s Ovation Hall at Ocean Casino Resort on Nov. 10 and Westbury’s NYCB Theatre on Nov. 11.
Plus, if you buy tickets now, you’ll find some that are surprisingly cheap to see a living legend in concert.
At the time of publication, we found some tickets going for as low as $42 before fees on Vivid Seats.
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