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Save On Valentines With Young Sinatra In New York City. Frank Sinatra rose to fame in the late 1930s and early 1940s during the Swing Era with bandleaders Tommy James and Tommy Dorsey. His solo career began in 1943 and he quickly became the idol of the “bobby soxers”
Tony DiMeglio is bringing the Young Sinatra to life in his show at Club Bonafide. DiMeglio has been playing the Chairman of the Board in New York City in the longest-running Rat Pack show, The Rat Pack Undead.
This acclaimed vocalist will give you the young Sinatra singing “A Foggy Day,” “Summer Winds” and “Witchcraft.” Sinatra lovers will be singing along with “I’ll Be Seeing You” and “All Or Nothing At All.” Get ready to swoon as DiMeglio does his stuff as Ol’ Blue Eyes.
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