Friday, September 04, 2009

Show puts Dino in the limelight

Hey pallies, likes there are lots of Dino wanna-bes out there, but this Dinoemulater seems to be a bit more Dinospecial. From the blogg Eastbourne Herald Gazette comes this Dinonews 'bout a new Dinoshow by a dude tagged Mark Adams (clicks on tagg of this Dinogram to goes there. Mr. Adams new Dinoproduction, "That's Amore" will be in Eastbourne at the Congress Theatre on September 11th.

Did note one error in this report....our Dino was a J&B dude, not Jack Daniels as mentioned here. Wishes I had the bread to fly to England to views this new Dinopresentation. Does love to see more and more pallies emulatin' our Dino and as the tagg of this Dinogram sez, to put our Dino "in the limelight." Certainly will helps to bring more and more pallies to know, love, and honor our Dino. Dinodelightedly, DMP

Show puts Dino in the limelight

Mark Adams

Published Date: 04 September 2009

THE MUSIC and magical stage presence of one of the most charismatic Rat Pack members, Dean Martin, is celebrated in new production That's Amore at the Congress Theatre on September 11 (7.30pm).
Starring original West End Rat Pack performer Mark Adams, who has been described as the definitive Dean Martin, he is accompanied by a live on-stage orchestra and the gorgeous Golddiggers.

Mark's performance is so much more than an impersonation of Dean; he presents a faithful depiction of the charismatic showman.
From the trademark glass of Jack Daniels through to that incredible voice, the sheer excitement of seeing this legendary performer is recreated in this fully staged show.

That's Amore is a perfect mix of Dean Martin's live cabaret performances and the best of the long running and enormously successful NBC Dean Martin Variety Show.
This innovative production is a true variety show interspersed with some very special guests including; Nat King Cole, Shirley Maclaine, Peggy Lee and Petula Clark.

Dean Martin was a singer, actor, comic, raconteur and a pop culture icon. He has three stars on Hollywood boulevard for his singing, his film career and of course the famous NBC television show.

With many hits including the classics: Memories Are Made Of This, That's Amore, Everybody Loves Somebody, Mambo Italiano and Sway his music continues to be loved by new generations and he was awarded a posthumous Grammy award for Lifetime Achievement earlier this year.

When Dino died on Christmas day in 1995 the lights along the famous Las Vegas strip were dimmed in honour of one of the Rat Pack who was the epitome of cool and defined that glamorous Las Vegas scene.

Tickets cost from £19.50-£21, call 412000.

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