Frank Sinatra won 11 Grammy Awards and sold 150 million records, and Old Blue Eyes was a household name. He was born in Hoboken, New Jersey, on December 12, 1915, and now 100 years on, Australian audiences will have the chance to relive his music, story, and films, in the World Premiere Tribute “Once In My Life.”
From his early days with the Hoboken Four, through to his contract with American Bandstand icon Tommy Dorsey, his fifty years as an entertainer is laid bare through his enormous catalogue of songs, original radio broadcasts, films, interviews and concert multimedia.
Sinatra’s songs have stood the test of time, and more than 20 in the show are featured including, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” “The Lady Is A Tramp,” “New York New York,” “That’s Life,” “You Make Me Feel So Young,” “Come Fly With Me” and many more.
A Century Of Songs that redined the Generations!
Featuring Live Performance of Sinatra’s Classic Hit Songs, integrated with a multimedia presentation of Original Interviews and Historical News Footage.
The Perfect Show For Night Entertainment & Morning Matinee Format!
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His sound is smooth, whether in gentle song or soaring loudly. He is clearly singing straight from the heart and his passion is infectious.” - MEREDITH WALKER, BLUE CURTAIN REVIEWS BRISBANE
“He was a comsumate showman which is delightfully captured in this up close and personal look at the man. You will leave the theatre singing" – SUSAN HETHERINGTON – 612ABC RADIO
“Great to see the show ...really interesting to get that entertaining insight into his life.” – CARINDALE CONNECT