REGARDING THE DAVI HOURS
Your response has been so rewarding. Friend and listener, Randall, summed it up beautifully. “Really enjoyed both hours. Davi can really sing. I was pleasantly surprised. Thanks.”
Thank you Randall, and everyone who responded.
Robert’s on the road with his Sinatra tribute now! Are you near East Meadow, New York? Catch the free concert at Harry Chapin Lakeside Theater – Eisenhower Park
on August 30 at 7 PM.
Robert and Don Rickles will team-up in Vegas on September 28 and 29. For more information and to purchase tickets visit http://davisingssinatra.com/
AT LONG LAST… YOU!!!
Some weeks back, we polled the SONGBOOK audience, inviting suggestions for titles that belong in a seldom-heard Sinatra program. As mentioned last week, you really came through. And I love that among the titles suggested, one was new to me!
Listen for your name and your seldom-heard Sinatra choice, Saturday, August 24 at 6pm and Sunday, August 25 8am, both Eastern time, on Metromedia Radio – (metromediaradio.net).
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INTERVIEWS TO COME
Tom Dreesen – Coming in September!
For better than a decade, Tom Dreesen opened for Sinatra. His anecdotes of those years on stage, on Frank’s jet and at the Rancho Mirage compound fill-in many pieces of the puzzle that is Frank Sinatra. You’ll be particularly interested in Tom’s accounts of all night talk-fests while traversing the open roads of the California desert.
And in October, Miss Julie Budd
Julie Budd, a great talent and a joyous spirit. In her formative years, Frank mentored Julie. “Our Miss Budd” will share those lessons learned along with titles from the Sinatra archive that Julie considers significant.
There’s good listening ahead!
to be continued…