Frank Sinatra Music Celebration
Friday, August 18
FREE ADMISSION – NO TICKETS NEEDED
Commemorating and celebrating the great Frank Sinatra! Friday’s events feature singers and musicians highlighting the music of this fabulous era. Following the individual performances, dance the night away to the music of the Radio Daze Big Band!
While admission to all music concerts is FREE, you may UPGRADE to Reserved Seating which includes a catered Four Course Dinner with Wine for $95! Dinner begins at 7pm and the music starts at 8pm.
Dinner/Reserved Seating Tickets are extremely limited and sell out in advance every year – so please make your reservations soon!
Lou is a bass-baritone, known for his amazing and moving rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. His powerful voice has brought him many opportunities to sing for the NBA, the NFL, the NHL and Major League Baseball. He has even sung for Monday Night Football at the Superdome and the NBA Playoffs.
Lou entertains in the styles of the great crooners like Sinatra, Martin and Bennett. He has performed tributes to the voices of Italy like Bocelli, Pavarotti and Caruso. And his voice has brought him to events where he has sung for celebrities such as: Donald Trump, Regis Philbin, Gloria Estefan, Rod Stewart and world-renowned producer, composer and songwriter David Foster.
Ginger began her Nashville career almost 30 years ago at Opryland, where she performed in almost all of their shows and was featured in an NBC television show. She has performed with such artists as Gene Kelly, Ben Vereen, Andrea McArdle, Steve Allen, Cab Calloway and Chita Rivera. She has also been a featured soloist with the Nashville Symphony and starred in the Nashville Opera.
Ginger also played the leading female character in the first national tour of “My Way! A Tribute to Frank Sinatra” among other work with the Tennessee Repertory Theatre.
Radio Daze Big Band
Radio Daze first appeared on the Nashville music scene in 1994 and quickly established itself as one of the city’s favorite dance bands. Boasting a 23-piece orchestra, complete with 4 vocalists, Radio Daze’s diverse repertoire captures the many sounds of almost every era of the 20th century, including the swing era of the 1930s and 40s, the non-stop fun of 50s pop, the smooth sounds of Motown, and the soul of disco!
You won’t want to miss grabbing a partner and swingin’ to “The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” doing the twist to — what else — “The Twist”, dancing the electric slide to “Mustang Sally” or funkin’ out to “Play that Funky Music White Boy.” If you need to slow down a bit, we’ll play a romantic tune just for you, such as “When I Fall in Love”, “Unforgettable” or “Let’s Stay Together.”
Radio Daze has enjoyed a busy calendar over the years, playing at a number of wedding receptions, as well as prestigious clubs and events, including The Gibson Guitar Showcase, the Franklin Jazz Festival, The Chattanooga Riverbend Festival and special gatherings at the Opryland Hotel and Vanderbilt Plaza. Always willing to be available to the community, Radio Daze also performs various charity events and summer swing dances organized by Nashville Metro Parks.