He made you swoon when you saw him in "The Lost Boys," but get excited to meet the talented musician in real life right here in the Sun City. There are some movies you watch and immediately become a huge fan of. For me, if Joanna recommends a movie to me, there's a good chance I'm going to become a huge fan of it because she has such good taste in films and television shows.

A few month ago, she recommended I watch the late 80's classic "The Lost Boys," about a small California coastal town that's plagued by young, hot, bloodthirsty vampires. I had heard great things about the film but it wasn't until Joanna recommended the film I decided to check it out for the first time. And the movie was just as good as everyone told me it would be. One scene I wasn't ready for though was pretty early on in the movie.

When the brothers Michael and young Sam decide to check out a local beach concert they see an oiled up saxophone player getting the whole beach rocking. I immediately wondered who this sultry saxophone player was and had to learn all about the Fabio with a saxophone.

Tim Cappello is a saxophone player known for his work with Carly Simon, Peter Gabrial, Ring Starr and famously Tina Turner. He's known for his shirtless performances and even performed some shows in a G-string. Cappello had enough notoriety for his musical talents but it was his performance in the 1987 movie "The Lost Boys" that gained him international fame. Since then, Cappello has continued to perform and will be heading for the Sun City in a few months,

Tim Cappello will be performing at Love Buzz on April 21st. Love Buzz is located at 3011 Pershing Drive in the 5 Points area of El Paso. The show starts at 9 p.m. and there will also be a meet and greet opportunity. This show is for people 21 years of age and up and there is no cover. To find out more information, please visit the Love Buzz Instagram page.

Lisa Sanchez
Lisa Sanchez
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