Start Spreading The News — New Yorkers Honor Ol’ Blue Eyes’ Most Famous Song in the State That Bears its Name
MOHEGAN LAKE, NY — June 17, 2019 — New York senior citizens will honor the late-great Frank Sinatra on Tuesday, June 18, 2019, at 6PM, at North Westchester Restorative Therapy and Nursing Center on the 40th Anniversary of arguably his most legendary hit, “Theme from New York, New York.”
Sinatra, known as “Ol’ Blue Eyes,” will be honored by seniors dressing up in his classic look, with suits, ties, and tuxedos, and singing all of his unmistakable hits. Seniors from what many call the “Sinatra Generation” will sing and dance to Sinatra’s hits. Photos of the legendary New York icon will be on display and a look-alike will perform in baritone and bring people back with the memories of the first time they heard the angelic voice of Frank Sinatra, while enjoying his classic cocktail – Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey and Water.
The iconic “New York, New York” song was recorded by Frank Sinatra for the first time in 1979 and has since become the anthem of the state, as much a part of New York culture as the Empire State Building and Lady Liberty. All things New York will be celebrated in honor of “The Sultan of Swoon.”
WHEN: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 6PM