In this fantastic show, award winning singer Robert Habermann tells the remarkable story of Ol’ Blue Eyes, Frank Sinatra.
From band singer with Tommy Dorsey, to 1940’s 'Pop Idol', - his fall from popularity in the late forties, swinging his way through the 1950’s, and recording some of 20th Centuries most popular songs and albums. This show explores the life and songs of a true world icon.
Including Sinatra’s wonderful hits such as:
Come Fly With Me
Fly Me To The Moon
You Make Me Feel So Young
Strangers In The Night
New York New York
Plus many more.
Discovered by legendary American singer Margaret Whiting, Robert Habermann was voted Best International Performer by the prestigious Manhattan Association of Cabarets of New York, (MAC) resulting in several major tours.
He has performed with Margaret Whiting, Kay Starr, Steve Ross, Rosemary Squires and the late Loonis McGlohan who wrote songs for Mr. Sinatra.
Robert was the first major British singer to perform an entire concert celebrating Frank Sinatra's life marking Sinatra’s 80th Birthday at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall in 1995.
Authentic and most enjoyable. Thank You, Robert, – Enjoyed the stories
Excellent interesting journey into the life of a genius
Wonderfully told by Robert Habermann - Very enjoyable, excellent arrangements
Loved the music and loved the passion behind every song performed
A £1 non-refundable booking fee applies per booking transaction online and over the phone
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