Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan gave an “unforgettable” performance when he spontaneously took over the piano at a New York City hotspot.
Witnesses told Page Six in private that the musician tickled the keys at the Silver Lining inside the Moxy Lower East Side hotel last Friday, where customers were treated to an impromptu “Great Balls of Fire” performance.
An insider added that Bryan, 61, “leave the crowd cheering” and his rousing rendition of the classic Jerry Lee Lewis song created an “unforgettable evening”.
It was also rumored that Bryan’s wife Lexi Quaas and 29-year-old son Colton Rashbaum joined him for the night live.
In our footage, a blonde woman is seen staring at the stage and dancing with all her heart, while Bryan and the rest of the band sing and play.
At one point, the woman who might have been Quaas glides across the entire floor in front of the stage, shaking her hips and waving her arms.
Other guests sitting next to the stage can also be seen boogying in their seats as the entire hall begins to sing a song.
Bryan’s appearance on the Lower East Side is a far cry from his usual appearances on Broadway, where he penned two musicals with his songwriting partner Joe DiPietro.
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Unfortunately, a performance was interrupted by Ramona Singer, who seems to have acted recklessly by refusing to wear a mask and putting her drink on stage during the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, the “Real Housewives of New York City” alum denied any offense.
“Ramona only took off her mask when she took a sip of her drink, that was allowed,” a representative of the former reality star told us at the time.
“Many of the attendees drank on stage 30 minutes before the start of the play, and when it was announced that no drinking was allowed on the stage sill, everyone left the stage immediately.”