My Grandfather was a saloon singer during the 1940s in Philadelphia and he would bring back the magic of Sinatra at many family events. I was entranced by the music of Sinatra at a very young age. The music performed by my grandfather is now referred to as the Great American Songbook.
As a Commander in the Navy Reserve, I had the opportunity to perform Sinatra standards at many ports around the globe. So much so, that my shipmates gave me the nickname “The Singing Sailor”.
As other performers come and go, the Chairman of the Board has maintained his dynasty throughout the decades. For me, there has been no other performer who could deliver a song with the timing and phasing of “The Voice”. It is out of my passion for the music and message of “Ole Blue Eyes”, that I strive to bring back the “Magic of Sinatra”!
I’ve entertained audiences throughout Florida, from St. Augustine to Miami, and Palm Beach to Orlando. Upon the Centennial of the Chairman, I look forward to the opportunity entertain you and your guests as we experience the Magic together!