RAT PACK Tribute
Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. share the stage once more in a “A Toast to the Rat Pack.” This musical journey will take you back to the hot, sparkling nights of Las Vegas where the Rat Pack ruled and no one could touch the shark skinned cool of Frank, Dean and Sammy.
With the talented cast of Sebastian Anzaldo, Andy DiMino and Lambus Dean as Frank, Dean and Sammy, you will experience iconic songs, great laughs and a spirit that brings the music and lives of these legendary characters together again onstage. Sinatra classics, “Come Fly with Me,” “Lady Is a Tramp,” “My Way” and “New York, New York.” You will sway to the soothing sounds of Dino with great songs like “Volare,” “Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime,” and “That’s Amore.” The night is rounded out with favorites from the dynamic Sammy Davis Jr including “That Old Black Magic,” “Mr. Bojangles” and “Candy Man.”
Sebastian’s crooning sounds of Sinatra will bring back memories of the late great Chairman of the Board himself. He was runner-up on the reality television series competition "The Next Best Thing” and has held long-run headline residencies at the historic Rivera and Westin in Las Vegas. He has brought the familiar Sinatra swagger around the world with tours to Canada, Italy, Spain, England, China, Australia, New Zealand and Bahamas. Showbiz Weekly says “Anzaldo resembles and sounds like a young, handsome Frank Sinatra.”
With a close physical resemblance to Dean Martin and an Italian background, Andy DiMino is a natural when it comes to portraying Dino. As a child, DiMino watched the “Dean Martin Variety Show” weekly on television. He later became a part of late night tv himself in a comedy sketch with Jay Leno on the “Tonight Show.” The love of music (his high school rock band opened for the likes of The Doors and Iron Butterfly) and a flair for singing and stage performance, DiMino brings Dean Martin to life in a way that would make “Frank” jealous.
Lambus Dean knew he was destined to be a part of an exciting group coming from a family of eight boys and three girls. His impersonation of Sammy Davis Jr is uncanny. He began singing doo-wop as a teenager and has played theatres around the world. His Temptations Tribute group was voted “Best Lounge Act in Las Vegas” and he was awarded second place in NBC’s “America’s Most Talented Senior.”
“Classic Vegas is alive and well from the guys who do it best.”
“Vintage Vegas lives!”
A Toast To The Rat Pack is available and performs with and without live orchestra