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SinatraThon - Mother's Day Weekend 2015



14 Hours of Everything Sinatra!
- on Mother's Day Weekend!


What is the SinatraThon?

...the largest Centennial celebration and longest Sinatra show ever, plus special guests — including Buster Poindexter, Christian McBride, Cyrille Aimee, Cady Huffman, and over 50 of New York's finest musicians and singers performing new variations of Sinatra's best songs and some rarities that you won't want to miss!


The SinatraThon is curated and produced by Cary Hoffman, of  My Sinatra, and Will Friedwald, columnist for the Wall Street Journal and the author of the well-received book on the singer, Sinatra!  The Song is You!

Special performance of My Sinatra at 8 PM

Please see Schedule of All Day Events and Highlights below for the full SinatraThon on

Mother's Day Weekend,
10 AM Saturday, May 9 – 2 AM Sunday May 10 
The Cutting Room
44 E 32nd Street
New York City 
(212) 691-1900
Tickets to The SinatraThon Celebration:
Day, Evening or All Day Tickets...

Come for all 14 hours - or all day - or all evening - or for just stop by for an hour or two!


SinatraThon Schedule of Events and Shows:

My Sinatra at 8 PM
at The Cutting Room

Schedule of SinatraThon Events and Highlights
Mother's Day Weekend 2015
(Saturday all day, into the wee hours of Sunday)
at The Cutting Room:


10 AM
, a compilation of rare clips from the singer's rarely-seen (and never reissued) 1950s TV series, concentrating on Sinatra's unique relationship with his most famous musical director, Nelson Riddle.

A SPECIAL PANEL of professional and personal associates of Mr. Sinatra, including a special focus on his relationship with his original "rabbi" Manie Sachs, including private home movie footage of Sinatra's 1951 wedding to Ava Gardner at the Sachs home in Philadelphia.

1:30 PM
MARISSA MULDER and JON WEBER perform A Man Alone.  A fresh interpretation of a classic Sinatra album from 1969, in which the singer, for the first time in his career, performed an entire album's worth of songs written especially for him, by poet and songwriter Rod McKuen.  This album, a relatively lesser-known work in the Sinatra canon, is nonetheless regarded as a masterpiece by Frankophiles.

3:00 PM
SINATRA AUTHORS' & BIOGRAPHERS' ROUNDTABLE, featuring James Kaplan (author of The Voice and The Chairman), Chuck Granata (author of Sessions With Sinatra) and Will Friedwald (author of Sinatra! The Song is You).

4:30 PM
AFTERNOON MUSICAL SET, featuring a dozen excellent singers from jazz, cabaret, Broadway, and world music delving into the vast resources of the Sinatra songbook.  Featuring Jon Weber (piano), Matt Munisteri (guitar, vocals), Ritt Henn (bass).

6:00 PM
Will Friedwald's CLIP JOINT presents:
" – 60 minutes of some of the rarest Sinatra performances on film and video.

7:00 PM
"SINATRA – A SINGER'S ART", by WILL FRIEDWALD and CARY HOFFMAN, illustrated with rare recordings and video clips.

8:00 PM
"MY SINATRA", starring CARY HOFFMAN, from his long running hit off-Broadway show and acclaimed public television special, performs live with his own big band, the hilarious and sometimes poignant story of how an obsession with a star can distort  one's life.
"dead on." (The New York Times)
The world's best Sinatra singer." (Jackie Mason)

9:30 PM
"COME SWING WITH ME"  – Our headliner's set, featuring star singers performing with the big band, including original arrangements from the archives of Nelson Riddle and other actual Sinatra musical directors.

11:00 PM
"THE BOB DYLAN – FRANK SINATRA SET" – In tribute to Mr. Dylan's new album, Shadows in the Night, we present a late-night set of folk, rock, and country performers doing extremely new and unique interpretations of classic Sinatra songs.

SinatraThon AFTER PARTY – The Fun Continues



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