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Upcoming Event at Sayreville Public Library
Rat Pack Flashback--the Music of Dino, Frank & Sammy!
Sayreville Public Library
Saturday, May 2, 2:00PM-3:00PM
Register Online or call 732-727-0212.
Travel back in time to the days when the Rat Pack ruled the night, as Dave DeLuca performs his one-man tribute to the swingin' sounds of the iconic Las Vegas trio - Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Frank Sinatra.  Dave's show the Rat Pack Flashback features classic songs from the Great American Songbook, such as "Ain't That A Kick In The Head," "That Old Black Magic," and "Summer Wind," all sung in the style of the men who made them famous  - the Rat Pack!

For more information or to register, contact Alaina Dowd, Adult Services Librarian, at (732) 727-0212 ext. 25 or  Ages 12+up!

About Dave: A lifelong New Jersey native, Dave DeLuca has been a professional musician since 1977.  In 1989 he placed first in the annual ASCAP New Songwriter's Competition in New York City and subsequently joined the Songwriter's Guild Of America. After several stints playing guitar and bass and singing in several rock and punk groups throughout NJ and NYC, including the acclaimed hard blues band "Wild Life," he switched gears and became a jazz/pop singer. In 2011 Dave beat out several hundred hopefuls and won a starring role in the Count Basie Theatre's annual Sinatra Birthday Bash, where he was accompanied by the Red Bank Jazz Orchestra led by Maestro Joe Muccioli. In addition to the Rat Pack Flashback, Dave has created several other shows including the Star-Spangled Songbook - a patriotic tribute to the composers and lyricists whose body of work is known as the Great American Songbook - a DVD of which is currently in production for PBS.