From Sinatra to the 60s
My one-person show is called “From Sinatra to the 60s” which is typically booked three times a week at supper clubs, bars, wineries, and cocktail venues, and has also appeared at festivals:
This is a fun, interactive performance where I sing songs from the Rat Pack Era through 50s and 60s rock and roll hits. I even throw in some 70s tunes, and take requests from the audience. Similarly, “Josh the Jukebox” is a spinoff where I rely totally on requests from the audience - from the Rat Pack era through today’s hits. Very interactive, upbeat, unscripted, and always a blast. Different feel from the “Sinatra” show, but similar fun atmosphere:
The “Sinatra” show a self-contained performance that takes about 30-40 minutes to load in, set up, sound check, change, and begin the show. It takes me about 20 mins to pull down and load out when I’m finished. I only need about 40-50 sq. ft. of floor space and minimum eight feet overhead clearance for the speaker. I use a laptop to play professionally-made backing tracks and a basic mixer to control sound, singing through a wireless microphone. Sample set list, song samples, and logistics are in the link.