The Sinatra Song Book Tribute

Dean Hollin will be giving his version of songs by the late Frank Sinatra aka “Ole Blue Eyes”.   Join Dean, Saturday, November 21st at the Meaford Hall of Arts and Cultural Centre located 12 Nelson Street East in Meaford, ON. Beginning at 8pm, listen to tunes, “New York, New York”, “Fly Me To the Moon” and “Stranger in the Night” that will be among many of songs that Mr. Hollin and the fabulous Hollywood Band will perform.

 “Born Francis Albert Sinatra, December 12 1915, Frank Sinatra was an American Jazz and traditional pop singer, actor, and producer, who was one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th Century. Selling more than 150 million records worldwide.”        

 ~ Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

“ Dean Hollin, born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, he began his theatrical career during his high school years and continued his performance studies working in various community theatres whereby he honed his skills both on and off the stage. One of his primary training grounds was Hamilton Theatre Inc., which prior to and during his tenure (1985-1993) were in the practice of retaining various New York/Broadway talents to direct and choreograph their musical productions.”    

 ~ My Eye Productions

This performance is presented by the Meaford Hall & Culture Foundation as part of their Annual Christmas Celebration.  General ticket price is $45.  There are several performances happening at the Meaford Hall this month including Andre Phillippe-Gagnon, award winning singing impressionist, the Nutcracker, Fleetwood Dance Studio, Cinderella, Pantomime and many others.

Take the time to enjoy your journey to Meaford, stop at one of the many restaurants of Thornbury or just emerse yourself in the small picturesque town of Meaford before the performance, maybe have a lovely meal at Captain’s Corners or The Leeky Canoe. 

 

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