Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan gave an impromptu performance of “Great Balls of Fire” at Silver Lining inside the Moxy Lower East Side hotel in New York City, leaving the crowd cheering and making it an unforgettable evening. Bryan’s wife and son also joined him for the lively night out. This appearance is a departure from his usual appearances on Broadway, where he has penned two musicals with songwriting partner Joe DiPietro.
David Bryan, Bon Jovi’s keyboardist, gave an impromptu performance of “Great Balls of Fire” on the piano at Silver Lining inside the Moxy Lower East Side hotel in New York City.
Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan surprised guests at the Silver Lining bar in the Moxy Lower East Side hotel in New York City with an impromptu piano performance. On Friday evening, the musician performed an unforgettable rendition of Jerry Lee Lewis’s “Great Balls of Fire,” leaving the crowd cheering. According to eyewitnesses, the performance was a highlight of the night, and everyone in the room was caught up in the sing-along.
Bryan’s wife, Lexi Quaas, and his son, Colton Rashbaum, also joined him for the lively evening. In a video of the event, a blond woman, who may have been Quaas, can be seen dancing and shaking her hips as the house band sings and plays. The entire room erupts into a sing-along, and other guests seated near the stage boogie in their seats.
Bryan’s appearance at the Lower East Side hotel bar is different from his usual performances on Broadway, where he has partnered with Joe DiPietro to create two musicals. His most recent production, “Diana,” focused on the late Princess Diana’s disastrous marriage to now-King Charles III as well as his relationship with Queen Consort Camilla.
In a separate incident, the Real Housewives of New York City alum Ramona Singer’s presence was marked by her inconsiderate behavior. During a performance of “Diana,” Singer refused to wear a mask during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and placed her drink on the stage. In a statement, a spokesperson for Singer denied any wrongdoing, saying that “Ramona only took off her mask when she took a sip of her drink, which was allowed,” and that many attendees had placed their drinks on the stage before the event began.