Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back: A Romantic and Swingin' Tribute to Frank Sinatra with Mark W. Curran
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While many people are familiar with Ambrosia's radio hits of the '70s, the songs on their five albums also range to progressive and experimental. They're as comfortable with ballads as with driving rock and roll. They can be serious, they can be playful -- but the music is always rich and the harmonies are beautifully blended. Some of their hits include "Holdin' On To Yesterday," "Nice, Nice, Very Nice," a cover of The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour," "How Much I Feel," "Biggest Part of Me" and "You're the Only Woman." Steeped in the melodic past, King Washington reigns supreme with catchy rock hooks and three-part harmonies. They open the seated show along with DJ Claire. Learn More
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Experience the magic, romance and excitement of the music of Frank Sinatra in this special one-performance only-celebration featuring the greatest romantic ballads and swingin’ hits of ol’ blue eyes himself, the ‘chairman of the board!’
Nobody delivered a song like Frank Sinatra, and Las Vegas-style entertainer Mark W. Curran delivers them all with pizazz and style backed by the Tony Capko Orchestra! This show features all the great hits of Frank Sinatra and a salute to the legendary singers of Las Vegas with select interpretations from the Great American Songbook.
This is not an impersonator or lookalike show, but a swingin’ and affectionate tribute to one of the greatest entertainers of our time – a romantic look back at a time when class and style ruled and Frank was King!
Mark W. Curran has entertained audiences worldwide with his stylistic interpretations from the Great American Songbook. He has appeared in such diverse off-Broadway productions as “All Shook Up” and “The Magic Of Broadway,” recorded his own CD of original music, and toured the U.S. in numerous traveling productions of major musicals.
Songs include “My Way” “Theme From New York New York,” “Luck Be A Lady,” “Strangers In The Night” “Fly Me To The Moon,” “Come Fly With Me,” “Let Me Try Again,” “My Kind of Town (Chicago Is),” “Ive Got You Under My Skin” and many more swingin’ and snappy classics, along with stories about Frank, singalongs and even some good clean family style humor!