This year’s theme for Lansing’s New Year’s Eve Ball is a “New York State of Mind.”
Following the servings of Roast Prime Rib, Michael goes into the meat of his Las Vegas Tribute performances of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett. The audiences always enjoy the nostalgia these artists bring from the 50’s and 60’s.
By the time the Vegetarian Pastry Turnovers hit the plates, Michael is swinging into action with his upbeat tributes to Bobby Darin, Neil Diamond, Tom Jones, more Sinatra.
The Detroit newspaper music critic, Dennis Nazelli, labeled the James Bond look-a-like as “The Man with a Thousand Voices.” Using a ‘rat-packish’
Like a pendulum, the Las Vegas Tribute Show, moves back and forth through the late 1950’s, the 60’s and 70’s using Michael’s ‘thousand voices’ from Frank Sinatra to the persona of the Rock and Roll era: Neil Diamond, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Tony Bennett, George Jones, Tom Jones, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robins, Willie Nelson, and, of course, the King – Elvis Presley!
Every Las Vegas Tribute number embraces his audience, the young and the young at heart, encouraging generation after generation to tap their feet to the rhythms or to laugh and smile. In our topsy-turvy world, Michael’s performance recreates a nostalgia with the very best of these iconic artists for his listeners who then summon their own personal memories of the good ole days.
As a former U.S. Marine Sergeant, Michael has close ties with the troops and loves to perform for the armed forces and their families, whenever he can. With a golden, baritone voice and wide vocal range, a quick comedic wit and warm personality, Michael romances his audience and leaves them, wanting more!
For ticket information for the New Year’s Eve Ball, call 517/694-8123
For booking in the midwest, contact Michael’s Michigan agency at 248/953-5183. Follow on Facebook
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