Three generations of the Vallone family were on stage Thursday night, playing classics such as “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” and “Rock Around the Clock” at Astoria’s Central Lounge in celebration of City Councilman Peter Vallone Jr.’s (D-Astoria) 50th birthday.
Fellow politicians, civic activists and various well-wishers crowded into the lounge at 20-30 Steinway St. to hear the nine-year Council veteran play the guitar, as well as the musical stylings of his father, former City Council Speaker Peter Vallone Sr.; his brother, lawyer and former City Council candidate Paul Vallone; his daughters; his nieces;and his mother Teena Vallone, who played saxophone. The event also featured the drum stylings of city Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
See the video by Christina Santucci below:
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