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NewYork-Presbyterian Jams at Legendary Club

Along with four other musical groups, Off the Chart, a band composed of employees from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, rocked the house April 24 at The Bitter End.

Band members Clif Eddens, interventional cardiology, drums; Lou Doganieri, finance, guitar and keyboard; Ed Howe, volunteer on guitar; Dom Pucciarelli, IT, bass and vocals; and James Di Pietro, Cornell Research, harmonica; and vocalists Stacey Petrower, clinical services; Willie Manzano, RN, senior VP/CNO, nursing; Dave Caplan, IT; and Caroline Purr, volunteer, jammed for friends and colleagues at the legendary Greenwich Village nightclub.

Gannett Healthcare Group’s Jean Scheuer, left, and Dan Suarez, RN, right, joins NewYork-Presbyterian’s Director of Recruitment Pat Brady for a night of great music.

Formed in 2004, the band practices once a week for 2.5 hours at a professional rehearsal studio.

Friends, family, coworkers, and colleagues came out to support Off the Chart.

So far, they have primarily performed for NewYork-Presbyterian staff at The Bitter End and the Rebel Club in New York City. They also have performed to raise money for charity.

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