Tony Sands is Frank Sinatra
Lifelong Sinatra fans have been startled when they heard Tony Sands start to croon; they they thought Old Blue Eyes had come back to life. For more then 20 years, Tony Sands has been perfecting his act and wooing audiences. Sand caught the Sinatra bug as a child growing up in a South Philly neighborhood."When I was 12 or 13 years old, I first wanted to sing," Sands says. "My family played Sinatra records all the time and I started to sing along. The next thing I know, I just fell in love with his music, and here I am." "Luck be a Lady" is Tony's favorite Sinatra tune. His silky, memorizing and tantalizing renditions of Sinatra's song styling's have caught the eye of the entertainment community and audiences from around the country.
Johnny Petillo is Dean Martin
Johnny Petillo's career spans four decades in many genres both on television and the live stage. Recently, he has starred in the National Tour of Johnny Petillo Juke Box Dreams Show, Tony Orlando with Johnny Petillo on Tour, Johnny Petillo One Man Show, Tony Sands production of Rat Pack Together Again and is touring throughout the country impersonating Dean Martin.
Johnny has been doing an impeccable impersonation and solo tribute of Dean Martin for 15 years.
Johnny continued to refine his craft, leading to appearances on The Tonight Show & Late Night with David Letterman. Johnny Petillo is an all-around entertainer who's show stopping appeal has bought audiences to their feet for years.
Geno Monroe is Sammy Davis Jr.
Geno Monroe has always had the ability to make people laugh since he was a little boy in New Jersey. He has often been referred to as the Comedy King, who since 1979, has enjoyed being an MC and performing his classic stand-up comedy in many venues such as the Civic Center in Salisbury, MD., the Comedy Stop at the Tropicana Hotel & Casino and Club Harlem, in Atlantic City. He has appeared with such high caliber groups as Skyy, Archie Bell and the Drells, Atlantic Starr, The Delphonics, Max Roach & Company and Eddie Holman of “Hey There Lonely Girl” fame. He has parlayed his knack for doing voice impressions and cultivated his persona into a full time gig playing Mr. Davis in Reflections of the Rat Pack.