The time is near for the return of Frankly Sinatra, with "The Broadway Rabbi" and Dr. Jazz. What did Frank Sinatra do when he overheard a fellow make an anti-semitic comment at a party?
What surpising advice from Harry James did Sinatra ignore, and why was that so smart?
What astounding sight did publicist George Evans see at the Paramount Theater, where he went to scout out a young singer named Frank Sinatra?
The answers to these and other surprising questions are part of Yisrael Lutnick's tribute concert, "Frankly, Sinatra.." Includes songs such as Strangers In The Night, Fly Me To The Moon, My Way, and New York, NY. The evening begins with a DELIGHTFUL tribute to the music of Louis Armstrong, delivered by Dr. Jazz, Elazar Brandt.
Shows are tonight, Feb. 16th, 20:30 at the Khan Theatre, 2 Kikar David Remez, Jerusalem.
Purchase tickets online at www.ticketbox.co.il/khan/hall.asp?show_code=4011 or call 02-630-3600.
Next show, March 14th, 20:30, at the Felicja Blumental Music Center, 26, Bialik St., Tel Aviv. Tickets: Tel. 03-525-0499 Tickets will be available soon through the Israel Musicals website system as well.