USCB to celebtrate Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday Feb. 26

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You won’t want to miss the Odyssey Jazz & Swing 21 piece Orchestra featuring Penney Lynn Smith & Terry Herron singing Sinatra hits, his Duets and sharing stories about Sinatra’s wives & lovers, the Rat Pack, U.S. Presidents, his Movies, and secrets from his arrangers and conductors. This isn’t just a concert. It’s a major “show” with many surprises. This is a musical journey through Sinatra’s incredible 60 year career, and his unique ability to reinvent himself to appeal to new generations. Odyssey Orchestra is not your Mom & Dad’s retirement band … it’s a ‘Big Band Machine’ featuring the region’s best professional Jazz & Swing musicians.

You’ll hear and feel the distinctive phrasing, enunciation, attitude and ‘swagger’’ that Sinatra put into every song, including “Luck be a Lady”, “Come rain or come Shine”, “New York, New York”, “One for my Baby”, “Witchcraft”, “It was a very good Year” … and many more, including Jazz renditions from the big band.

So save the date – Friday February 26th from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Get your tickets early as they are going fast. We’ll see you at the USCB Center for the Arts, 805 Carteret Street, in Beaufort to celebrate 100 years of Sinatra. For tickets call 843-521-4145 or go online: www.uscbcenterforthearts.com.