Monty, Andy and Lambus as The Rat Pack as seen in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Palm Springs, Phoenix & across America.
It's a trip back to the exciting atmosphere of Rat Pack era Las Vegas, with music, comedy, and the camaraderie of three legendary friends that made history on the stage of a Las Vegas showroom, and inspired this popular Rat Pack Tribute show performed by America's three most sought-after Rat Pack Impersonators.
The Rat Pack impersonators performing the tribute at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.
Songs you'll hear in this Rat Pack Tribute include favorites like Frank Sinatra's Come Fly With Me, Fly Me To The Moon, and I've Got The World On A String. There's Dean Martin's Everybody Loves Somebody, That's Amore and Volare, among others. And completing this musical tribute are Sammy Davis Jr. songs like The Candy Man, I've Gotta Be Me, and the classic Mr. Bojangles.
Right before a Rat Pack tribute show in Las Vegas.
There's that famous brotherly relationship with these talented impersonators launching into some playful duets, lots of laughs - planned and spontaneous, and even more great music with favorites like The Lady Is A Tramp, Luck Be A Lady, and the grand finale when all three Rat Pack lookalike & soundalike performers bring audience members to their feet with a rousing rendition of New York, New York.
The host of America's Got Talent, Nick Cannon, with Andy, Lambus and Monty at the Legacy of Vision Gala for the Los Angeles Mission, which featured a performance of the Rat Pack Tribute show.
The Rat Pack Tribute is a crowd-pleasing show, seen at many casinos and casino nights, award banquets, fund-raisers and holiday parties, performed with a live band or to high quality pre-recorded accompaniment. And in addition to their uncanny individual re-creations of the originals, these three performers bring back the laughs, the interaction & pure fun of a magical time gone by, in one powerful show of non-stop music and comedy that was The Rat Pack.
"Thank you for a terrific show. We were delighted as every new song began!"
Las Vegas Valley Water District
"You three were incredible. The audience loved you!"
Rhode Island's historic
"Thanks for a great show! You continue to be the talk of the group and I look forward to the next time we can work together"
BCW Group, Minneapolis MN
For Amplifon International
"Thank you for a fabulous show and evening!"
Steve Cutler, Sue Hochstein
and the Regis Staff,
Regis Corp. Minneapolis, MN
"Just wanted to tell you how much our audience enjoyed your Rat Pack show and how much good will and interest in our season you got us in word of mouth community buzz. Thank you so much!"
Director, Union Theater,
Louisiana State University.
"Thank you for all you did to
make our Angel Charity Event
such a success."
Andrea Smith, Event Chair
Angel Charity for Children
For Booking Information,
SOME RAT PACK HISTORY. . .
In addition to Frank, Dean, Sammy, Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford, some occasional Rat Pack members included Tony Curtis, his wife, actress Janet Leigh, and Shirley MacLaine, a co-star in the film "Some Came Running", plus Angie Dickinson, of "Ocean's Eleven", who continued to visit at the Sinatra home well into Frank's later years.
The original Rat Pack, based in Holmby Hills, an affluent section of L.A. near Beverly Hills, consisted of Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Judy's husband Sid Luft, super-agent Swifty Lazar, and songwriter Jimmy Van Heusen (co-writer of the Academy Award winner All The Way, among other great songs).
In 1998, HBO aired a film about the three legendary Las Vegas stars and their famous friendship, but instead of casting the production with Rat Pack Lookalikes, the principals were portrayed by three fine actors, Ray Liotta, Joe Mantegna, and Don Cheadle.
This Frank Sinatra Impersonator and his co-stars have performed in tributes to these three entertainers since 1998. This show is not associated with, nor endorsed by the estates of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, or Sammy Davis Jr., nor is it to be confused with any other show with portrayals of these same public figures known historically as “The Rat Pack”, nor is it to be confused with any other Rat Pack Tribute or Rat Pack Impersonators show.
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