Entertainer John Primerano’s JPM Productions, now into its second year, has been quite active since its inception. In addition to performing many one-man shows in the banquet rooms of Tiffany’s Restaurant, Primerano has been engaged to perform his act at various venues in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Columbus, New Jersey, at Mother of Divine Grace Church’s Annual Festival and many private, corporate and country club events.
This past May, Primerano appeared live from Atlanta, Georgia on The Paul Leslie Hour. Primerano joined the ranks of many notables Mr. Leslie has interviewed such as Woody Allen, Willie Nelson, Steve Tyrell, Walter Cronkite and Dick Cavett. The podcast is carried on many platforms such as iTunes and Spodify and can be seen and heard on YouTube at The Paul Leslie Hour, Program #255.
John Primerano has been in front of an audience since age eleven. After four years of amateur appearances, he turned professional as a piano accompanist. At 18, he began playing and singing with various music groups and the following year he became a solo performer. In addition to playing just about every conceivable job in the music business, Primerano appeared throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. His credits include national and international radio interviews, TV appearances and, as an actor, he appeared in commercials, industrial and feature film work, as well as a role in the CBS- TV series, Hack. In 2017, Primerano, with the help of Carol Blakeley Ritchie, started JPM Productions to produce a one-man show. His shows are always scripted and new, containing traditional popular songs, humorous parodies, piano solos and a Dean Martin impression.
On Sunday, October 20, Primerano will be back with a new show in the banquet rooms of Tiffany’s Restaurant, 9010 Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia. This one will include a “by request” segment where ticket purchasers can write a request on their order forms. A portion of the requests will become part of the show. Seating will begin at 4:30pm with dinner served at 5:00pm. The show begins immediately following dinner. The price for the dinner and show is $40.00 per person and there will be a cash bar. Contact: JPM Productions at 215-677-1843 or email: [email protected].