6:00 PM: Meet and Greet Reception
8:00 PM: Show The Legends of Vinyl™ with Luis Mario O. Rizzo presents the New York 2022 Music Hall of Fame Awards, recognizing the industry’s best DJs, Recording Artists, Record Producers, Record Promotion Personnel, Record Executives, Lighting and Sound Technicians, Songwriters, Publishers, Publicists, Radio Personalities, Historians, and other associated noteworthy individuals.
Executive Producer: Luis Mario O. Rizzo
Master of Ceremonies: Al Magliano
Stage Manager: Chip Williford
Artist honorees are D-Train, BB&Q Band, Brenda K. Starr, C-Bank, Change, Crown Heights Affair, Instant Funk, Lou Gramm, and Sa-Fire.
DJ honorees are Billy Ouellette, Eddie Dilollo, Ernie Lombardi, Ray Connors, and Tito Ramirez, as well as dancer/choreographer Katie Marlow.
A posthumous Icon Award will be presented to legendary producer and songwriter Patrick Adams.
Presenters: Christine Wiltshire, Carol Williams, Mary Seymour, Roy Be, Susan Maria Gonzalez of Company B, Bo Crane, Joy & Rob Hubertz of “Lime”, Steve Bogen and Carol Sylvan of “Musique”, SohoJohnny, Joe Harris, Butch Leonard Davis of “Double Exposure” Paul Casella, Frankie Sestito, Sue Bell, Joey DiGirolamo, Joseph Scarola, Nick Spano of Hokis Pokis, Ronnie Soares, Jamie Rivera of I.D.R.C., Cyre, Lottie Dah, Dan Pucciarelli, Tony Cintorino.
Queens Theatre is located at 14 United Nations Avenue South in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, directly under the iconic towers of the New York State Pavilion. We are easily accessible by car, bus and subway.
From Manhattan/Long Island City: Take the Queens-bound E or F train and transfer at 74th Street-Broadway for the Flushing-bound 7 train to the Mets-Willets Point station. Turn left out of the turnstiles, following signs to LIRR/Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
From Midtown Manhattan: Take the Midtown Tunnel to the Long Island Expressway (I-495 E). Take Exit 22B, merge on Grand Central Parkway West. Take exit 9P and follow the signs to Queens Theatre.
From Brooklyn: take the Brooklyn Queens Expressway (I-278 E) and exit 35E to Long Island Expressway East (I-495 E). Take exit 22B Grand Central Parkway West. Merge on Grand Central Parkway, take exit 9P and follow the signs to the theatre.
From Upper Manhattan and the Bronx: Take the RFK bridge to Grand Central Parkway East. Take Exit 9E, stay in the right lane after the exit and follow the signs to Queens Theatre.
From Long Island: Take Grand Central Parkway West. Take Exit 9P and follow the signs to the theatre.
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