Ryan Langevin as Elton John (Provided)

The Piano Man plays Elton John and Billy Joel

Ryan Langevin pays tribute to both at the Mary Winspear

Fans of Billy Joel and Elton John can get two for the price of one at the Charlie White Theatre this Sunday, April 8.

Singer and pianist Ryan Langevin will be playing all the hits from both stars, including “You May be Right”, “Tell Her About It”, “Rocket Man”, “Bennie and the Jets” and many more.

Langevin is passionate about both performers and has honed his craft with more than decade as a professional performer. Langevin has played at the Langley Canada Day celebrations for a crowd of 5,000 and shows all over Canada. The show is presented by Rock.It Boy Entertainment.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. with doors at 7. Tickets are $45 (plus facilities and service charges), and can be purchased by phone at 250 656 0275 or online at marywinspear.ca. For more information about the show, visit mooncoinproductions.com/stageshows/pianoman.

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