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“Sandia Resort & Casino in Albuquerque recently presented the Sinatra impersonator show ”Henry Prego Sings Frank Sinatra” as part of its annual homage to Valentine's Day. The combination of dinner, show and dancing resulted in a home run experience for the resort. Henry Prego's the “real deal”. His superlative talent was obvious from the first note. Our guests had a ball and many have asked us for an encore event. I highly recommend ”Henry Prego Sings Frank Sinatra” to anyone wanting similar success.”
Director of Marketing, Sandia Resort & Casino
“A remarkable recreation”
“Southern California audiences have an opportunity not to see Sinatra live, but to see a remarkable recreation of this master's musical prowess in the corporeal form of Sinatra doppelgänger, Henry Prego! With the Henry Prego Big Band he not only is a dead-ringer for the late singer in tuxedo-clad appearance, he is also spot-on vocally. Singing a variety of Sinatra classics, including, Come Fly With Me, The Summer Wind, Strangers in the Night, New York, New York, and My Way, to mention a few. What's even more wonderful about Prego's presentation is that he never overtly claims to be the signing legend; nevertheless the emotionality, sound, phrasing and demeanor exuded by Prego is unmistakably vintage Sinatra. Prego only goes so far as to say he is an ambassador for the Sinatra songbook. And what an effective diplomat he proves to be. Prego, telling of his own journey into show business, allows us to understand how Sinatra serves as a creative inspiration to so many popular recording artists from Barbra Streisand to Justin Timberlake to Justin Bieber.”
“a wonderful night out”
“Henry Prego Sings Frank Sinatra, “Live From The Sands.” A wonderful night out that will not soon be forgotten. I was blessed to experience Henry Prego singing the beloved songs of the iconic Frank Sinatra. Mr. Prego, famed for his time on the Vegas strip as well as his European tours of the same genre, presents Ol' Blue Eyes with the same poise, elegance, and comedic persona that Frank was well known for. His dress, mannerisms, overall look, and even his voice take the audience right into the realm of a real Sinatra performance. All around me women (and more than a few men) were hooting and hollering for their favorites, and Prego delivered them all. He is accompanied by a marvelous group of big band instrumentalists, all of whom deserve major recognition in their own right. All in all this was a wonderful experience, and I am very pleased to recommend it to my many readers.”
The California Theatre Critic
Now Dean Martin fans, and those throngs of the uninitiated who've had only a vague acquaintanceship with the crooner – if that (after all Martin has been deceased since Christmas day, 1995), have an opportunity to see an amazing portraiture of the entertainer as rendered by tribute artist extraordinaire, Joe Scalissi in Happy Hour with Dean Martin, at the Encore Dinner Theatre.
From the mischievous twinkle in his lively brown eyes, to the lilt in his beautiful baritone voice, Scalissi exudes the easy appeal and effortless charisma that defined Dino the performer. Like Martin himself, Scalissi is a Midwesterner of Italian heritage who too spent time in the ring as a prize fighter. Also like Martin, this pugnacious athleticism gives Scalissi an unforced command of the stage; with such a suave presence, no aggressiveness or mean-spiritedness is necessary to maintain the audience's appreciation or adulation.
With crooner classics such as "That's Amore," " Memories Are Made of This," and, of course, Martin's signature song, "Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime," Scalissi impresses us with his re-creation of Martin's distinctive vocal style and politically incorrect humor.
With visual and aural accuracy, and backed by the full-sounding twelve-piece Encore Orchestra, a tuxedo-clad Scalissi pays homage to Dean Martin in a manner that is both fun and believable. And when he signs "Mambo Italiano," in Italian no less, the dynamism of Dino is alive and well as if it were channeled through the persona of Joe Scalissi.
Los Angeles Critics Circle