Frank Sinatra in Hollywood

MARCH 10 (3:00 PM)
Tri-C Metropolitan Campus
(Main Stage Theatre) SOLD OUT

Frank Sinatra’s film work began in 1941, when he was Tommy Dorsey’s 25-year-old band singer – “The Voice” worshipped by millions of fainting bobby-soxers – and it extended through 1964, when he led the macho Rat Pack with Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. In this multi-media concert, Vince Mastro will perform enduring songs introduced by Sinatra in 24 movies with scores written by his pals Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen, among others. You’ll hear “I Fall in Love Too Easily,” “Time After Time,” “The Tender Trap,” “High Hopes,” “My Kind of Town” and much more.

Hosted by Bill Rudman and Joe Hunter with vocalist Vince Mastro.

Tri-C Metro: $20, reserved seating. Tickets available now.
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Frank Sinatra in Hollywood is sponsored by WKHR 91.5