"THE FRANK SINATRA YOU NEVER KNEW"----What's In It For Your Audience
It is difficult to place a handle/label on a LAUGH AND LEARN entertainment program when there's nothing out there to compare it to----but we'll try.
Mel Glazer is a raconteur who tells funny stories,not jokes. The stories, all true, revolve around the role model aspects of Frank Sinatra, personally and professionally.
professionally. The material as written by Mel , can not be found in any one, two or twenty books on Mr. Sinatra. Thus, the audience is treated to a
fresh perspective on Mr. Sinatra whose world-famous name brings Sinatra fans scrambling to the venue. Laughter flows from beginning to end.
Comedy, trivia ,Q&A ,and music, all gift-wrapped in an AUDIENCE-INTERACTIVE SETTING which inspires their response in asking questions or
sharing their own personal Sinatra experiences.
AND THE FACT THAT MEL IS AN EDUCATOR AND A STATE-SPONSORED SPEAKER ON BEHALF OF THE" NEW JERSEY COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES"
ON FRANK SINATRA. He also is a co-writer of songs recorded by Etta James, Elvis Presley, Robert Plant, among others. His collaborators have included Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame writers Carole King, Sammy Fain, Aaron Schroeder, among others, all of which adds to the prestige/authority of every event.
KEY DESCRIPTIVE WORDS ON "THE FRANK SINATRA YOU NEVER KNEW"
1. It has everything a Sinatra audience in interested in LAUGHING and LEARNING about.
2. IT'S AN HOUR PLUS of ENTERTAINMENT AT ITS BEST
3 Fun-filled, altogether unique, spontaneous, and alive with NEW and INDISPUTABLE reasons
to admire a man who has forever touched so many lives all over the world!
4. THERE'S NOTHING LIKE IT ANYWHERE!----DON'T MISS IT
He has a chapter heading in Writing For The King, the definitive chronicle of Elvis's songwriters.
If you owned a radio in the early 1960s, you likely heard his quirky 1961 hit, "Your Ma Said You Cried in Your Sleep Last Night," recorded by Long Island-based pop singer Kenny Dino (and covered by a number of rockers, including The Turtles, and, in 1990, by Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant). Elvis fans probably recall the title tune to the King's 1968 flick "Speedway" -- Glazer wrote the hard-charging lyrics. His composer-collaborators have included Carole King and Sammy Fain, a two-time Academy Award winner.
IT'S AN HOUR PLUS OF ENTERTAINMENT FOR A SINATRA AUDIENCE AT IT'S BEST! FUN-FILLED AND ALTOGETHER UNIQUE, THERE'S NOTHING LIKE IT ANYWHERE.
IT HAS EVERYTHING A SINATRA AUDIENCE IS INTERESTED IN LAUGHING AND LEARNING ABOUT---AND IT'S INTERACTIVE WITH THE AUDIENCE, SPONTANEOUS
AND ALIVE--PERFECT FOR ORGANIZATIONS, CLUBS, CASINOS, AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS EVERYWHERE. AND THE FACT THAT MEL IS A STATE-SPONSORED
SPEAKER ON BEHALF OF THE" NEW JERSEY COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES" ON FRANK SINATRA ADDS TO THE PRESTIGE/AUTHORITY OF EVERY EVENT. DON'T
1. DIX HILLS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, DIX HILLS, N.Y. at $20.00 pp
2 LIU CWPost "Hutton House lectures" $20.00 pp---2nd appearance
3. Fort Lee, N.J. Library, all 100 seats filled with 25-50 patrons standing in the back.