Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Sinatra Tribute Concert

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On Sunday we went to a Frank Sinatra tribute concert at one of our local theatres. The band is called Swing Shift and they perform all around the Toronto area. The singer is Dave Statham and he has the deepest voice I have ever heard! I was so impressed he could hit the high notes!

The concert was a mix of songs and stories about Frank Sinatra - it was interesting to learn a bit more about him!

I think this would've been more fun if it had been in a different setting. It was theatre seating and I would've preferred little round tables for the real club feel but it was enjoyable none the less. Oh and a bar wouldn't have gone amiss!

I knew quite a few people in the audience (such is life in a small town) so after the show we went for drinkies with another couple. The singer came in to the same bar so we chatted with him for a few minutes and he told us he now sings for a living after being at GM for 17 years. This shocked me as he looks like he just finished high school!

I snuck my Flip into the show and filmed a little bit which was a bit hard since we were in the 4th row right in the middle so I am sure the singer saw me! Dear Flip, the big red light on the front of your cameras is a tattler! I picked this video to share especially for The Entertaining House - I hope this brightens your day!


Have a fabulous day!

7 comments:

Ms. Bake-it said...

Oh wow! I would have loved to have seen the performance. I love Frank Sinatra. Glad you had a nice evening out.

~ Tracy

The Girl Can't Help It. said...

Can I tell you how jealous I am!?!?!? Ol' Blue Eyes is my daydream. Lucky girl you are. ;)

Confessions Of A Domestic Goddess said...

How fun!!! MDH and I love Frank, I wish we had a good cover band around here!

xoxo!

EntertainingMom said...

How fun and thank you ;)!!!

Gwen said...

I love Sinatra!!! Thank you for sharing. :) XOXO

Misplaced Country Girl said...

I love Sinatra! You lucky ducky!

OceanDreams said...

That sounds like such a fun concert, glad you enjoyed yourself!