Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Unique Tribute to Sinatra and Friends at Ciccone Theatre in Paramus

On Saturday evening, April 29 Steve Kalafer and Peter LeDonne, Director of Community and Cultural Affairs at Bergen Community College, will present Patsy’s (If These Walls Could Sing) at the Ciccone Theatre (400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ) for one historic, and glittering night only.
patsyPatsy’s (If These Walls Could Sing) is a Gala Tribute to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Jr. and the restaurant they called home – the world-famous Patsy’s Italian Restaurant of New York.
This Red Carpet Event will feature Patsy’s celebrated cuisine in a Pre-Performance Under-The-Stars Reception as well as a Post-Performance Party in the Ciccone Theatre’s Grand Lobby.

The Gala’s fortunate audience members will mingle with Hollywood legends, Industry singing sensations and award-winning musicians just like at PATSY’S every night in New York on West 56th Street.

Starring DEANA MARTIN, SAL VALENTINETTI and SAL SCOGNAMILLO, Patsy’s globally esteemed Proprietor/Chef and award-winning author, Patsy’f (If These Walls Could Sing) will also host a line-up of Patsy’s regulars who will regale the audience with never-before heard “Patsy’s stories” between the evening’s concert performances.
And with an audience filled with Patsy’s regulars who knows who will pick up the mike!
After the Pre-Performance Under-The-Stars Reception, Dean Martin’s daughter and singing sensation, Deana Martin, and her famous band will take the stage in an extraordinary tribute to her Dad and her “Uncle” Frank! Opening for Miss Martin will be America’s Got Talent’s wunderkind, Sal “The Voice” Valentinetti. 

What better tribute than a new artist following in the footsteps of a legend.

At the evening’s end during the Post-Performance Party, each audience member will be gifted with a copy of Sal Scognamillo’s newest and best-selling autographed cookbook.
Talk about dinner and a show!

Sponsored by Flemington Car & Truck Family of Dealerships.

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