A unique Frank Sinatra show is coming to Horsham’s Capitol next month.
Sinatra Jukebox (Sunday, July 10, 7.30pm) is a concert where singer Gary Williams and pianist Harry The Piano perform whatever the audience requests from 100 Ol’ Blue Eyes hits.
Gary Williams is the star of the West End’s ‘Rat Pack’ and a soloist with leading big bands and concert orchestras.
He has performed with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the Melbourne Symphony, the BBC Big Band, Ireland’s RTE and the Lahti Sinfonia Finland.
His other work includes: performing for The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace; That’s Entertainment, a tribute to the MGM musicals with the John Wilson Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall; performing at Sinatra’s Palm Springs home for the LA Jazz Institute; Radio 2 with the BBC Concert Orchestra; Winter Wonderland at the Royal Albert Hall; A Swingin’ Session with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra in Los Angeles; Big Band Wonderland at Ronnie Scott’s; The Legend of Sinatra (UK tour); a tribute to the music of Fred Astaire presented by his daughter Ava; BBC Pebble Mill; Gloria Hunniford’s Open House (with Donny Osmond and Burt Bacharach); the soundtrack for the Warner Bros’ motion picture Mrs Ratcliffe’s Revolution and BBC1’s Doctor Who Christmas Special.
As a headline act on the world’s luxury cruise liners Gary has visited more than 60 countries.
His latest two albums, a tribute to Sinatra and a ‘best of’ his Abbey Road recordings, were recently released, prompting Oscar-winning lyricist Don Black to say: “In a world of Pop Idol mediocrity Gary Williams shines like a dazzling beacon.”
Harry the Piano is known for being able to play absolutely anything on piano. The Sunday Times has praised his “staggering virtuosity” and he has racked up more than three million hits on YouTube.
Tickets for the Horsham concert cost £21 (concessions/friends £20).
Visit www.thecapitolhorsham.com or call the box office on 01403 750220.
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