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50s and 60s Comedic Singing Impressionist

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   Captures essence of 50s and 60s music icons

   Preforms with full big band for larger scale events, and a two-to-three piece band for smaller venues

   Perfect fusion of entertainment and elegance

   Blends comedy with timeless hits

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50s and 60s Comedic Singing Impressionist PHOTOS

50s and 60s Comedic Singing Impressionist VIDEOS

Step back in time and experience the golden age of entertainment with our dazzling 50s and 60s singing impressionist. Bringing to life the iconic performances of legendary crooners like Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, and Dean Martin, along with the soulful sounds of Louie Armstrong and the comedic charm of Jimmy Durante, our artist offers a show brimming with nostalgia, warmth, and timeless music.

Prepare to be captivated by the versatility of our singing and comedic impressionist's voice, as he transports you to the vibrant era of nightclubs and swinging jazz with every note. Whether he's capturing the smooth, velvety tones of Ol' Blue Eyes or the raspy jazz of Satchmo, each performance is a masterful tribute to the artists who defined a generation.

If you're seeking entertainment that's not just a show but an interactive experience, our comedic singing impressionist for hire is your answer. His shows are intricately crafted, delivering songs and stories that resonate with audiences of all ages. Laughter and applause are not just expected, but encouraged, as he skillfully intertwines melody with mirth, creating a truly engaging experience.

For an immersive musical journey, opt for our singing impressionist with band for hire. The live ensemble enhances each song, from sultry ballads to upbeat standards, ensuring you feel every beat as if you were seated in a 1960s lounge, martini in hand. The band's expertise and our impressionist's captivating voice create a synergy that's both authentic and spellbinding.

A night with our 50s and 60s comedic singing impressionist is more than a show; it's an unforgettable experience that leaves audiences enchanted and eager for an encore. Perfect for corporate events, private parties, or any gathering that appreciates the classics, let our artist take you on a musical voyage where the spirits of the Rat Pack and jazz greats come alive.

  • Florida Studio Theater in Sarasota, FL
  • Sara Bay Country Club in Sarasota, FL
  • OFC Creations Theater in Rochester, NY
  • Lakewood Ranch, Bradenton, FL
  • Blackfriars Theatre, Rochester, NY
  • Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY
  • CenterStage Theatre at the JCC Dawn Lipson Canalside Stage, 2021

“Him and his orchestra put on an amazing show for our members and their guests. He had the members singing along to all of their favorite songs and his comedic impressions had everyone laughing in their seats.”

John Spiess, General Manager, Sara Bay Country Club, Feb. 2023

Backed by the excellent big band, he walks the line between presenting the music as a tribute or as a Rich Little impression. Dean Martin is introduced as, ‘direct from the bar,’ and he plays it just as Martin did, with cocktail glass in hand… For the rest of the evening, he was interpreting Tony Bennett’s ‘From Rags to Riches.’ Jimmy Durante’s ‘Start Out Each Day with a Song.’ Louis Armstrong’s ‘What a Wonderful World,’ Louis Prima’s ‘Just a Gigolo,’ Bobby Darin’s ‘Mack the Knife.’ Throw in a few cornball jokes, and even some [impressions of] comedians: George Burns, Rodney Dangerfield and Jackie Mason. You know them all. Well, maybe not this one: Humphrey Bogart, Sydney Greenstreet, Claude Rains and Peter Lorre collaborating on ‘As Time Goes By.’ Then a second pass through on the song, this time with the likes of Walter Brennan, Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart.”

eff Spevak, columnist, September 20, 2022

“You brought to life on our stage the timeless appeal of the music and comedy of the famous shows in old Vegas. Your many vocal and comedic impressions were spot on!”

Artistic Director, Blackfriars Theatre