When you close your eyes and just take in that voice that oozes such a familiar charisma, you’d swear it was that friend of Sammy and Dean, the Chairman of the Board himself.
Brian Duprey is his name, and Symphonic Sinatra is the name of his show. It is the ultimate Frank Sinatra experience live in concert. He elevates tribute shows to a whole new level with breathtaking stage presence, sparkling blue eyes, and a velvet baritone voice. When Brian Duprey sings Frank Sinatra classics, those listening believe it’s Ol’ Blue Eyes himself. At least that’s what happened to Frank’s own daughter, Nancy Sinatra when she first heard Brian’s voice on the Howard Stern Show.
When playing a clip of “Lady is a Tramp” Nancy was asked to identify if it was Frank Sinatra himself or someone else. She swore it was none other than her father, Frank. When it was revealed to her that it was Brian Duprey, she stated, “Wow, he’s got it down!”
As the lead actor in the hit musical, “The Rat Pack is Back,” Brian spent ten years perfecting his craft in Las Vegas and over 200 Performing Arts Centers and Casinos across the country. His lead role and creative development of the show built a 48-state tour and secured the title of Best Tribute Show of Las Vegas in 2014.
Showered with awards and recognition for his live and recorded performances, Brian Duprey had his big break on FOX TV’s “Performing As,” where he won the top prize by portraying his idol, Frank Sinatra. Brian has been featured on CSI Las Vegas, The History Channel, NBA All-Star Jam, and the hit movie Get Him To The Greek. He also opened for the likes of Paul Anka and the cast of HBO’s Sopranos and wowed specials guests like Steve Wynn at The Smith Center in Las Vegas.
Showered with awards and recognition for his live and recorded vocal performances, Brian Duprey’s voice is the closest you’ll ever hear to Frank Sinatra in his prime.
Experience Brian Duprey and his uncanny vocal resemblance to Frank Sinatra in Symphonic Sinatra Sunday, March 20th at 2:00 PM or 7:00 PM at the Eisemann Center. Tickets are on sale now at 972-744-4650 or eisemanncenter.com