A Tribute to the Sounds of Sinatra

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In an upcoming event, FPAC will be regaled with the classic sound of Frank Sinatra brought to life nearly thirty years after the artist’s death.

This week a Sinatra tribute show will be performed by Mark Randisi, a man who has been performing Ol’ Blue Eyes’ songs for two decades, accompanied by the Motor City Horns. “Mark Randisi is one of the best Sinatra performers I’ve ever seen. Close your eyes and it’s like Frank is standing in front of you,” said FPAC’s director Jessica Akers. This ability to imitate the vocal performance of Sinatra, coupled with his devotion to the music led him to be invited to perform at Sinatra’s 100th birthday celebration in 2015. “Together with the Motor City Horns it’ll be one of the best jazz shows we’ll have all season.” said Akers.

The performance will be held at FPAC on Thursday March 2 at 7:30 pm and seats are limited. Tickets are available at www.Reinhardt.tix.com.

Written by: Jacob Howard  Photo Credit: www.markrandisi.com

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