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Tonight was the world debut performance of Mark Tremonti performing his Frank Sinatra set to a live audience. A remarkably special evening, this was a unique evening enjoyed by all who attended.
“I think I speak for all when I say we are all hoping and praying Mark Tremonti Sings Frank Sinatra returns to the UK as soon as the jazz gods allow,” Monty Sewell wrote in the MetalTalk report. “The audience in Orlando on 29 December 2022 is in for a special treat.
“Any artist who steps out of their comfort zone not for themselves but for something bigger with the scope of having a real, benevolent impact should be commended without a doubt.”
You can read the MetalTalk report here.
“One of the biggest benefits other than having my daughter during Covid-19 was recording an album with Frank Sinatra’s band,” Tremonti told MetalTalk’s Paul Monkhouse and Steve Ritchie on a recent visit to London. “I would have never had the time to focus on it, to practice it and to obsess about it. I had nothing but all the time in the world before my daughter was born to hyper-focus on how this incredible singer sang.”
The birth of his daughter Stella would provide a further focus for the Sinatra idea. “I asked myself, what the hell am I gonna do with this,” Mark says. “I love it. And then once my daughter was diagnosed with Down Syndrome, I decided to record a record for charity.
“But to nail a legend like that, Tremonti has taken that idea and made it ten times better. Buy the album, go see the show, fall back in love with Sinatra and most of all, never forget the power music can have and how through it, we can continue to help those around us.”
Take A Chance For Charity is a new charity focused on giving artists/actors/athletes/anyone with a platform the ability to get out of their comfort zone. The idea is to have people get out of the genre they are known for to raise funds/awareness for the charity of their choice.
The National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) is the leading human rights organisation for all individuals with Down syndrome. NDSS envisions a world in which all people with Down syndrome have the opportunity to enhance their quality of life, realise their life aspirations, and become valued members of welcoming communities.