Stan Zizka’s The Del-Satins Tribute to the American Legion

71 E. Main St
Patchogue, New York 11772

Sunday, 9/28 at 3:00 PM
Tickets: $18-$38 + Fee

A portion of ticket sales for this evening’s performance is to be donated to the AMERICAN LEGION.

Formed in 1958, the Del-Satins joined forces with Dion in 1961 and worked on his new song, “Runaround Sue.” They also sang on Dion’s later solo hits, “The Wanderer,” “Lovers Who Wander,” and “Little Diane,” among others. Following the success of thier 1962 single “Teardrops Follow Me” they found regular work on TV and radio.

In 1991, the Del-Satins, led by Stan Zizka, re-formed for nostalgia shows and issued an album, Still Wandering. In May 2011, The Del-Satins (Stan Zizka, Les Cauchi, Fred Ferrara and Tom Ferrara) reunited for two concerts, one in the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan, and the second one on Long Island. Added to the group are Charlie Aiello, Edie Van Buren and Joe Ferrara. These “nostalgia” concerts were well received, and they are planning on more concerts in the future.

This great show will have: an opening act of the infamous Uncle Floyd, Carter Rubin singing the “Star Spangled Banner,” The Wantagh American Legion led by Color Guard Captain John Menechino, “Gig’s and the Professor” 30 piece orchestra led by Randy Ortiz & John Martelli, and the music of The Del-Satins featuring Patchogue’s own Stan Zizka, lead singer.