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CARY HOFFMAN will be starring in his special Father's Day Sinatra show, My Sinatra. He is acknowledged as America's best Sinatra singer (“DEAD ON.” -The New York Times, “AMAZING TALENT, LIKE SINATRA IN HIS PRIME!” -New York Post, “A STARTLINGLY CONVINCING MUSIC SIMULATION … A MESMERIZING PERFORMANCE.” – The LA Times. Because of this, he is the only Sinatra singer, besides Sinatra himself, to have his own, critically acclaimed Public Broadcasting Television Special, which has aired on over 80 PBS stations across the country, and has been viewed by more than 2 million people.
Hoffman has been performing the music of Frank Sinatra for the past twelve years in over 100 Performing Arts Centers, Casinos, and selling out with Symphony Orchestras (Selling 6,000 seats with the Milwaukee Symphony, 4,000 seats with the San Diego Symphony, 4,000 seats with the Austin Symphony, and more!)
At Boston's historic Wilbur Theater, Hoffman will be performing a special Father's Day Sinatra tribute show, June 18th, at 2PM, featuring his incredible Sinatra voice with his big band, with hilarious and poignant stories about Sinatra himself, many unknown, and how Sinatra became a father figure to Hoffman after the loss of his own father when he was a teenager, and will also tell the story of a once in a life-time private meeting he had with the chairman himself.