Wednesday, October 9, 2019

“The Boomer Boys” tour comes to McLoone’s Supper Club in Asbury Park

The New Musical Comedy where Women Get the Last Laugh as Men go Over the Hill
Asbury Park, NJ – Jersey Shore natives Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore bring their hit musical comedy revue “The Boomer Boys” to Tim McLoone’s Supper Club in Asbury Park for one performance on Sunday, November 10.
"The Boomer Boys" features a fun-loving “fat pack” of middle-aged men who navigate everything from the depths of expanding waistlines to the heights of Viagra. With such songs as “My Prostate is the Size of a Buick," "I Just Took a Pill Called Viagra," “My God I Am My Father," "My Get Up and Go Just Got Up and Went," and "Noises in the Night," the Boys laugh about everything from snoring and hair loss to weight gain and lost car keys. (“Wincingly funny!  A laugh from start to finish!” The Journal)
The show features a book and lyrics by Van Zandt and Milmore. Music is by Wayland Pickard. Van Zandt directs. The production stars Van Zandt, Jeff Babey, Tom Frascatore and Gary Shaffer.
“The Boomer Boys” sold out its initial performances in New York City’s Upper West Side venue the Triad. The NJ appearance is part of a tour that will take “The Boomer Boys” to Scottsdale, Philadelphia and Boston.
Among the most produced playwrights in the world, Van Zandt and Milmore are authors of 25 plays published worldwide with Samuel French. Their work in television has garnered them Emmy nominations, People Choice Awards, Prism Awards and NAACP Image Awards for such shows as “Newhart” with Bob Newhart, Suddenly Susan” with Brooke Shields, “Martin” with Martin Lawrence, “The Wayans Bros.” and “Daddy Dearest” which starred comic legend Don Rickles.
Composer Wayland Pickard is an award-winning composer and headline entertainer based in Las Vegas.  A national recording artist and published playwright, Pickard is also an Ace Award nominee, Cine Golden Eagle Award winner and a Billboard Song Finalist.
“The Boomer Boys” plays Tim McLoone’s Supper Club (1200 Ocean Avenue, Asbury Park, NJ) on Sunday, November 10 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $22 and are available by calling 732-774-1155 or at For more information, go to
(photo credit: Rich Tang)

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