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Thursday, 21 March 2019 11:19

Frank Sinatra Show “It Was A Very Good Year” Comes To Town Featured

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It was a Very Good Year" is a Multi-media tribute to Frank Sinatra starring Tony Sands as "The Voice."

Sands first recognized his knack for emulating Ol' Blue Eyes when he was a teenager. “I never tried to change my vocals to imitate or impersonate Frank. It just came out naturally,” he says.

The Show is a musical journey of the life and times of the late Frank Sinatra. From the early days with Tommy Dorsey, to the bright lights of New York City, the silver screen of Hollywood, and the "Main Event" comeback, Tony sings all Sinatra’s best-loved songs. “It’s not just somebody going out there and doing his music - we tell a narrated story, with multimedia projections at six different points in Sinatra’s career,” Sands said. “We start out with the big band era and we end up at Madison Square Garden 1974, when Sinatra came out of retirement.

Lifelong Sinatra fans are startled when they hear Tony Sands start to croon. For more than 20 years, Tony Sands has been perfecting his act and wooing audiences throughout the United States with his silky, mesmerizing and tantalizing renditions of the “Chairman of the Board’s” song stylings.People love the show,” says Sands.

“They really don’t expect what they’re going to be seeing. It really is like a one man musical.”If you don’t feel the song, it won’t get across to the audience. And every song Frank Sinatra sang, he projected that feeling...and that’s the same way Sands performs Sinatra’s song book, Sands closes his show with Sinatra’s trademark sendoff, “Put Your Dreams Away,” as made famous in his ABC television program.

And on Sunday April 7th at 7:30 pm, Tony Sands will be performing his show at the Moose Lodge -964 -19090 San Carlos Blvd Ft Myers Beach doors open at 6:30 tickets are $40.that includes hors-d’ouvers. for tickets call Tony at 267-408-1615 or Jerry at 239-810-4587 you also can go on line at bpt.me/4096885

Ed. Note: I had the opportunity to see Tony as “Frank” a few times over the past years, his show is fantastic.

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