Rock 'n' roll first became popular in America during the 1950s, much like the catch phrase "I got power like I'm Eisenhower." Hear something catchy with this GrouponLive.
- A Sinatra Valentine’s Day Celebration or Crusin Through the Fifties
- Where: Trinity On Main
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
For A Sinatra Valentine’s Day Celebration on Sunday, February 16, at 3 p.m.
- $10 for one general-admission ticket (up to $20.95 value)
- $39 for one VIP ticket (up to $79.75 value), which includes a glass of champagne, a small box of chocolates, and stage-side seating<p>
For Cruisin Through the Fifties on Monday, February 17, at 7 p.m.
- $10 for two general-admission tickets (up to $23 value)
- $20 for two VIP tickets (up to $44 value), which include hors d’oeuvres, a glass of wine, stage-side seating<p>
A Sinatra Valentine’s Day Celebration
- The Sinatra surrogate: Rob Zappulla
- How long he’s been filling Ol’ Blue Eyes’ shoes: more than 32 years
- Where you’ve seen him croon: at New York’s Lincoln Center and in his popular Sinatra revue Come Fly with Me
- His inimitable credentials: Rob has performed with one of the biggest big bands of all time, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
- What to expect: songs for young lovers performed with Sinatra’s signature ability to make even words like “dictionary” sound cool<p>
Crusin Through the Fifties
- The guide through the ’50s: charismatic singer Jimmy Mazz
- Where you’ve seen him: knocking out crowds in Vegas and Atlantic City
- The show: a crooning human radio dial scanning through all of the greatest hits of the era
- The first half of the show includes: classics from Bing Crosby, Perry Como and Tony Bennett
- Why the second half heats up: rock ‘n’ roll arrives in the form of Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Fats Domino
- Balladeers that sound even more luscious when interpreted through Jimmy’s golden throat: Conway Twitty, Paul Anka, and Sam Cooke<p>