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 The New York Tenors combine the artistry of three men who as stand-alone artists are superb, but together provide an overwhelming can’t-miss showcase of some of the world’s greatest vocal repertoire.



Daniel RodriguezAmerica's Beloved Tenor, Came to light during one of the darkest times of our nation’s history.  He was the New York City police officer whose amazing voice comforted a grieving nation in the days following  9-11-01.  He continues to inspire, stir and embrace his listeners through his recordings and memorable live concert performances.
Christopher Macchio is a gifted performer with a voice of exceptional power and beauty. A classically trained tenor Manhattan School of Music, this NY native has been wowing audiences by combing his golden-era sound with an engaging stage presence that resonates with people of all ages and backgrounds. Macchio’s growing reputation has brought him to sold-out theaters and events in the U.S. and Europe. With television appearances on NBC, PBS, and ABC’s Red Carpet Stage at the annual 5th Avenue Columbus Day Parade, this rising star is capturing the imagination of audiences everywhere. 
Andy Cooney, christened Irish America’s Favorite Son by the New York Times, is a title he truly deserves.  Andy has been taking the Irish American scene by storm for the last 20 years.  His unique tenor voice has been heard in concert halls internationally, including two sold out performances in New York’s Carnegie Hall.


Jim Labriola was born and raised in Queens, New York. As a young boy, Jim had a natural flair for comedy. Although many kids his age were led to sport or music, Jim’s instincts and natural sense of humor led him to the Comedic Arts. Jim spent endless hours listening to routines from legends like Pat Cooper, George Carlin and his personal hero Don Rickles. As Jim’s gift blossomed, audiences responded leading to regular performances in Brooklyn and Manhattan, and premier comedy venues across the nation. Sharing the stage with Tim Allen at the Governor’s Comedy Club on Long Island, sparked a close personal and career friendship which led to the recurring role of the donut-loving freeloader Benny Baroni on ABC’s hit show Home Improvement. Jim went on to guest star in various other network sitcoms and motion pictures including Twentieth Century Fox’s Joe Somebody and Disney’s massive hit film, The Santa Clause.