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The Prop Men - Featuring Original Music and Inspired Interpretations From Jack Petruzzelli, Jim Boggia and Rich Pagano


DOORS 7:30pm
VIP DOORS: 6:30pm
SHOW: 8:00pm



Unreserved/Standing Room
With this ticket option, seating is not guaranteed. Standing room is available.

Reserved Seating
Up to 4 guests at a single table. Depending on the size of the party, full table reservation is subject to conjoint party seating. Your reserved seat will be tagged before your entry into The Vault™

VIP Package
Purchasing a VIP package allows you to have early entry, preferred seating, a pre-show meet, greet, & eat with the artist(s) with a catered dinner, a guided tour with live record cutting demonstration and a gift package including a hand-signed letter thanking you for your support of music, music history, The Vault, and Victor Talking Machine Co. from the President of Victor Talking Machine Label Group.


Jack Petruzzelli is a seasoned touring and recording musician. As a multi-instrument performer, producer and songwriter, he has had the privilege of working with a variety of artists that include Patti Smith, Ian Hunter, Joan Osborne, Rufus Wainwright and Sara Bareilles, to name a few. In the studio, Jack has collaborated with platinum artists to unknown sensations. He co-produced Joan Osborne's album Bring It On Home, which was nominated for Best Blues album of the year at the 2012 Grammy Awards. Jack is currently working on co-producing an upcoming album of Bob Dylan covers for Joan Osborne, recorded at his studio in the Pocono mountains of Pennsylvania. He is a founding member of The Fab Faux, a critically acclaimed, nationally touring Beatles tribute band (that doesn’t dress up). Currently, Jack can be found onstage playing with The Fab Faux and various other artists he supports or producing projects in his Pennsylvania studio. In 2017, he released his debut solo album, Lake Songs, under the pseudonym Jack Snax. 

Jim Boggia: For more than 20 years, Jim Boggia has been winning over fans, critics, contemporaries and luminaries alike with his uncompromising devotion to the sort of winsomely nostalgic, emotionally direct songcraft that’s impervious to age. His sonically intelligent retro-pop manifesto informs three studio albums—2001’s Fidelity Is the Enemy, 2005’s Safe in Sound and 2008’s Misadventures in Stereo—and he’s worked with a startling array of artists, including Aimee Mann, Juliana Hatfield, Mike Viola, Tracy Bonham, Bernadette Peters, David Poe, NRBQ’s Big Al Anderson, famed Beach Boys lyricist Tony Asher, MC5 guitarist Wayne Kramer, Attractions drummer Pete Thomas, esteemed ’70s pop misfit Emitt Rhodes, and Canadian songstress Amanda Marshall. Also an accomplished singer and guitarist, Boggia performs with the well-known New York City-based Beatles tribute band, the Fab Faux, as well as Mad Dogs & Dominos, an 18-piece collective headed by a heavyweight roster that includes Blues Brothers alum Lou Marini and producer John Leventhal. Oh, and he plays a mean ukulele.

For the last 25 years, Rich Pagano has made a living as a New York City session drummer, singer and touring musician. His recording, producing and stage credits include, Patti Smith, Rosanne Cash, Robbie Robertson, Ray Davies, Willie Nile, gospel icon Marie Knight, Joan Osborne, Levon Helm, Roger Waters, Mott The Hoople, legend Ian Hunter and the premier Beatles band, The Fab Faux in which he is a founding member and singer/drummer. Some of the mentioned artists have recorded at his New York City studio, New Calcutta Recordings with Rich as engineer or as producer. Other passions include teaching a class that he created called, The Art of Recording Classic Drums as an adjunct teacher at The Clive Davis Institute of Music at NYU in New York City or at his studio, and booking musicians, bands and events through his company, Hi-Fidelity Music. Currently, Rich is in the studio recording his second solo release with his band, the sugarCane cups.