Sinatra: A Man and His Music

with special guest, Comedian Fred Rubino

SAT • MAY 18 • 7:30PM

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Tickets: $79, $69, $59 | Limit 8 tickets per mailing address

DOORS 6:30PM • SHOWTIME 7:30PM
The Vogel • Basie Center Campus • 99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank

A benefit for The Deborah Podolsky Foundation


Starring Michael Martocci with the 22-piece Ol’ Blue Eyes Orchestra under the direction of Mike Nigro. Sinatra, A Man and His Music features a multi-media presentation celebrating Mr. Sinatra’s career.

Michael Martocci

Michael is a resident of Morganville, New Jersey and is one of the best Sinatra Tribute Artists in the business today. So much that Mr. Sinatra’s manager Eliot Weisman, has boasted that, “Michael is the closest you will ever come to reliving the Sinatra experience, backed by a 22-piece orchestra playing all the original Sinatra orchestrations”.

Michael lets this audience know that he is NOT a SINATRA IMPERSONATOR. You would have to be crazy to think that anyone can be Frank Sinatra. He simply does these concerts to keep the music alive and make sure his Grandkids, Grandkids will know the name and the music of Frank Sinatra. Michael was the opening act for comic legend Don Rickles for many years and has performed in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and all across America to standing ovations. Fans who have seen Michael before give him the best compliment. You close your eyes and you think it’s Frank Sinatra.

Comedian Fred Rubino

Fred Rubino is a stand up comic from Brooklyn New York. He performs all over the East Coast from comedy clubs to casinos to resorts, and has made appearances on The Sid and Bernie Show 77WABC.

Presented by Michael Martocci


Please note: At the direction of the CDC or local health authorities, the Count Basie Center may at any time institute policies pertaining to COVID-19 transmission, including but not limited to mask requirements. Certain artists and / or touring productions may also require patrons to be masked and / or present proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Masks are not required to attend performances at Count Basie Center venues, though we welcome their use and respect all patrons who choose to continue doing so.

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