Widely regarded as one of the leading interpreters of Sinatra's music in the world, Alacey has starred as Frank for over twenty years both in his own solo concerts and as part of the Award Winning 'Rat Pack' cast. His recording of the theme from 'New York, New York' for Atari games was described as 'Too close for comfort to the original recording' by The Sinatra Estate and his unique portrayal of 'Ol' Blue Eyes' has been commended by many of Sinatra's closest friends including legendary Vegas star Buddy Greco, who state that 'David Alacey really is Sinatra! It's frightening.' He not only walks the walk, he talks the talk, and gives a masterful performance of delicious vocals delivered with consummate ease.
'Fly Me to the Moon', 'Mack the Knife', 'New York, New York', 'My Way', 'That's Life', 'Under My Skin', 'Lady is a Tramp', 'My Kind of Town', 'All the Way' and 'Come Fly With Me' delight and spellbound audiences. Backed by the fantastic sound of big band swing, Alacey is frankly the best thing since Sinatra himself.
*Please note: This is a tribute show and is in no way affiliated with any original artists/estates/management companies or similar shows. Promoter reserves the right to alter the programme.
Sinatra is back at The Sands with Count Basie in 1966, as Alacey sings and swings with the style and panache of Ol’ Blue Eyes in his glorious prime.- John Judge - The Daily Telegraph
Alacey wraps his late night programme at The Café Royal in elegant chic.- James Green – The Stage
David Alacey – well this guy really is Sinatra! It’s frightening.”- Vegas Legend - Buddy Greco
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