One of the best Frank Sinatra tribute artists on the east coast.
Frankie Sands evokes the essence of the artists he pays tribute to. You will find no finer exponent of the works of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin or Bobby Darin. While most Sinatra Tribute Artists and impersonators will do only Sinatra, Frankie Sands does all three of these Giants equally well and this versatility adds another dimension to any event at which he performs.
- 7/27/19: PUBLIC SHOW, RESERVATIONS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: PLEASE CALL 212-957-9676
“Remembering The Sands & “Sinatra Songs” Shows 8pm & 10:30pm
The Carnegie Club
156 W. 56th Street (between 6th & 7th Ave)
The Frank Sinatra Tribute Show at The Carnegie Club is the longest running Night Club Show in NYC. Now in it’s 15th year, this weekly Saturday Night Event actually consists of two shows. “Remembering The Sands” @8pm and “Sinatra Songs” @10:30pm. Each Show runs approximately one hour. While the Shows are exactly the same every week, the 8pm and 10:30pm shows are completely different from each other and do not share a single song. The Show features the fabulous 11 piece Stan Rubin Orchestra backing the top Sinatra Tribute Artist on the East Coast, my good friend and fellow “FRIAR”, Steven Maglio. On Saturday July 27th, 2019, I have been asked to cover for Steven as he will be out of town.
Please join me at this spectacular venue which is a throwback in time. Once you’ve been to this show at the Carnegie Club you will know what it felt like to see Sinatra at The Sands Hotel in Vegas or the Copacabana here in NYC. Reservations are highly recommended and to assist you, I have posted below a list of answers to frequently asked questions from The Carnegie Club’s website. I hope to see you there!
RESERVATIONS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: PLEASE CALL 212-957-9676
- 9/22/19: PUBLIC SHOW “SINATRA”, THE 62′ WORLD TOUR”
THE WHITE PLAINS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
11 City Pl, White Plains, NY 10601
“Frankie Sands,” one of the top Frank Sinatra Tribute Artists on the East Coast and will re-create “Mr. Sinatra’s 1962 World Tour for Children’s Charities”.
The 1962 Tour consisted of 32 concerts in 57 Days in 11 different countries. Accordingly, Sinatra wanted a small band that could travel with him on his private jet, rather than trying to move an entire orchestra around that frequently, or, having to hire orchestras in different countries. This would mark only the second and “final” time Sinatra would Tour with such a small ensemble. The Chairman of The Board was accompanied by a handpicked 6 piece band playing arrangements created by Neal Hefti specifically for this tour.
Tickets are available by calling the Box Office at the White Plains Performing Arts Center at 914-328-1600 or visiting their website below.