CG: Lionel Shockness Plays Don't Tell Mama Tonight, 7/20

July 20, 2012 - by NYC News Desk
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New York City native Lionel Shockness appears tonight, July 20th for an evening of songs at legendary piano bar and restaurant Don’t Tell Mama (on Restaurant Row)  in Manhattan. 

A regular on the city’s cabaret scene - including appearances at Sweetwater’s and The Duplex – Lionel’s show is scheduled for 7:00pm and will feature accompanist / musical director Gregory Toroian.  

Admission is $15.00 with a 2 drink minimum per person - cash only. Don’t Tell Mama is located at 343 West 46th Street. Subway: A, C, E to Times Square, N, Q, R to 49th Street.  

Reservations are recommended and for additional information, go to: or call 212-757-0788.

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