Go to the Ticket Office Window, your name will be on a list for Reserved Seating, you will be given your ticket(s) and then be ushered to your seat(s) by Staff. There will be Table Numbers in the venue and there will be a number on the back of your ticket as a reference.
Fans Who Bought Tix Via Ticketmaster/BBK:
Please show Staff your printed ticket(s) and you will be ushered to the Reserved Seating waiting for you in the Balcony Section with the Hello Kitty goody bag.
If you are coming to our club by car, please park at 250 West 43rd street (between 7 + 8 Ave). You must present a stamped/validated ticket stub in order to get a special rate on parking. You can get your stamp/validation at the B.B. King Box Office. Discount Parking.View the Garage
237 West 42nd St., New York,
General Admission, Seated- $50
VIP Booths for 4 - $1500
Full Dinner Menu Available
Doors Open @ 6pm
Show Starts @ 8pm
Grammy®-nominated singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb started her career with the platinum-selling Number 1 hit song “Stay (I Missed You)” from the film Reality Bites. To this day, she is still the only artist to have a Number 1 single while not signed to a recording contract, a remarkable and unparalleled feat for an unsigned artist, though perhaps not a surprising one for the Brown grad girl with the cat-eye glasses, who at the time was already making her mark in New York’s burgeoning singer-songwriter scene.
The story of Loeb’s early success is well known. A native of Dallas, Texas, Loeb earned her degree in comparative literature from Brown University, where she experienced her first taste of real musical success with the duo, Liz and Lisa. The pair built a substantial following on campus and often booked shows in New York on the weekends. Fellow singer/songwriter Duncan Sheik also played in the band during Lisa’s final year of college. When Loeb moved to NYC after graduation, she continued to develop her vision, this time as a solo artist, and hone her artistic talents while carefully managing the business side of her career. This led to Reality Bites and “Stay” in 1994, and the rest, as we say, is history.
The fact that “Stay” became a Number 1 single in 1994 and still resonates with people today is a testament to Loeb’s gift as a songwriter and storyteller. Loeb has successfully parlayed her talents into a multi-dimensional career encompassing music, film, television, voice-over work and children’s recordings. Her acclaimed studio CDs include her major label debut, the Gold-selling Tails (Geffen, 1995) and its follow-up, the Grammy-nominated, Gold-selling Firecracker (Geffen, 1997). In 2002, Loeb distributed the album Cake And Pie through Interscope Records and the record was later re-released, complete with additional tracks, as Hello Lisa (Artemis, 2002). She reunited with her college music partner Elizabeth Mitchell on the award-winning children’s CD and companion book Catch The Moon in 2003 and released another solo album titled The Way It Really Is on Zoë/Rounder in 2004. The Very Best of Lisa Loeb was released through Universal in 2006, and during that year she captivated the hearts of a younger audience with three stellar children’s videos “Catch The Moon”, “Stop and Go” and “Jenny Jenkins” from Catch The Moon. In January 2008, Loeb released the long-awaited CD version of Purple Tape, an acoustic guitar and vocals album from her early New York days.
Lisa Loeb’s foray into acting began in 1997 with cameos in television shows such as The Nanny and Cupid. She has since continued to perform and add additional television credits to her ever-expanding repertoire, including appearances on The Drew Carey Show, The Chris Isaak Show and Gossip Girl. In 2004, Loeb starred in the first of two television series, Dweezil and Lisa, a weekly culinary adventure for Food Network. Her second show, No. 1 Single, appeared on E! Entertainment Network in 2006 and featured Lisa’s inspiring journey to find love. The aspiring artist starred in her first feature film role, opposite Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush, in the movie House On Haunted Hill in 1999. In 2011, she added to her big-screen credentials with a small role in the horror re-make Fright Night.
The acclaimed artist has also gained recognition for her voice-over talent by appearing in several animated television shows and video games. In 2003 Loeb gave voice to Spiderman’s gal pal Mary Jane in MTV’s animated series Spider-Man. She also appeared as the voice of Milli the Microphone on the animated Disney show Doc McStuffins in 2011 and is currently the voice of Princess Winger on the animated series Jake and the Never Land Pirates that appears on Disney Junior.
Continuing her passion for children’s music, Loeb released her first children’s book Lisa Loeb’s Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs in October 2011. Known for her wit, wacky humor and creativity, the children’s songbook that featured a CD included four original silly songs plus six all-time kids’ favorites.
In 2008, Lisa also took her talents to the non-profit sector to launch The Camp Lisa Foundation, to help raise funds to send kids to camp. She enlisted her musician pals such as Kay Hanley, Jill Sobule, Nina Gordon and funnyman Steve Martin to record a companion cd, Camp Lisa, and released it via partnership with Barnes and Noble, with the proceeds all going to charity.
Today, Loeb continues to grow as an artist and to push herself and her career forward with a creative zeal and an inner drive not often seen. While becoming a mom of two, she released a new eyewear line (Lisa Loeb Eyewear in partnership with Classique Eyewear), she published her second children’s book “Lisa Loeb’s Songs for Moving and Shaking” in April 2013, and launched another adult studio album, No Fairy Tale in February 5, 2013.
Tonight, Lisa is joined on stage by her long time friends, The Prescriptions, to raise desperately needed funds for rare disease research at the NIH.
Founded by guitarist Dr. Bob Clapcich (Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry), brother and drummer Dr. Anthony Clapcich (Director of Pediatric Cardiothoracic Anesthesia at Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian, Columbia University), and bassist Dr. Mike Marvin (Chief of Transplant Surgery, University of Louisville School of Medicine), this NYC based rock band has raised over $75,000 via benefit concerts for The Michael Clapcich Fund for CblC Research.
The band has since enjoyed the addition of keyboardist and distinguished member of technical staff at OFS Dr. Jeff Nicholson, and NYC bassist extraordinaire, Andrew Harkin.
Harkin, an internationally recognized multi-instrumentalist and composer, has worked in a plethora of styles with some of the most respected names in music. His Bass and Irish Bouzouki virtuosity has been shared with International Music composers L. Shankar, Dmitry Revyakin, Steve Gorn, Glenn Velez, and Badal Roy; Jazz greats Dave Liebman, Kenwood Dennard, Mino Cinelu, Scott Healy and Glenn Alexander; Instrumentalists Amit Chatterjee, Pete Huttlinger, and Tony Verderosa; Irish Traditional musicians Johnny Cunningham, Dezi Donnelly, and Ivan Goff; Film scoring composers Carter Burwell, Douglas Cuomo, Larry Fessenden. As a founding member of the Irish rock band “The Prodigals,” Harkin recorded five albums, which Bass Player magazine described as “the source of some of most original, inventive bass playing in rock."
In addition to developing a loyal fan base in the clubs of Bleecker Street, The Prescriptions have also brought their own brand of “Musical Medicine” to the patients, families and staff at The Children’s Hospital of New York. Lisa Loeb, Glen Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket), and Jonatha Brooke have all joined forces with the band to lift the spirits of New York’s smallest and most courageous patients in the hospital’s Winter Garden Atrium. As Dr. Anthony Clapcich remarks,
“Don’t let our day jobs (except for Andy!) fool you— we are serious musicians that study every molecule of our songs and aim to deliver them with surgical precision! We have tremendous respect and admiration for those who have dedicated their lives to music, and when given the opportunity to play with artists like Lisa, Glen, and Jonatha, we do everything we can to deliver a performance worthy of their usual band mates. It is an honor and privilege to play with artists of such caliber, and our passion and joy always come through.”