Lifelong Sinatra fans have been amazed when they hear Tony Sands start to croon. They think Ol' Blue Eyes has come back to life! For more than 20 years, Tony Sands has been perfecting his act and wooing audiences from his hometown of Philadelphia, all the way to Vegas. Sands caught the Sinatra bug as a child growing up in South Philly. "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 singing along. The next thing I knew, I just fell in love with his music....and here I am."
Sands has appearied at the world famous Tropicana Casino & Resort Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ numerous times, as well as worked as a featured act in the 'Tango Lounge' there for years. He has been dazzling audiences throughout the United States since. His silky, mesmorizing and tantalizing renditions of the 'Chairman of the Boards' song stylings has caught the eye of the entertainment community and audiences from around the country. Tony has performed at many Manhattan restaurants, including The Harvard Club, Zanzibar Blue Jazz Club & The Ritz Carlton Hotel both in Philadelphia, The Breakers Hotel, The Trump Castle and Casino, and Harrah's Hotel & Casino, just to name a select few.
Tony's impressive resume includes some television appearances, as well as his 'spot on' portrayal of 'The Legend' in a Rat Pack style revue called 'Rat Pack Together Again.' Tony captivates his audiences with the mannerisms, illlusion and romance that have made him a 'Must See' whenever you're in town. His latest production is a never before seen musical journey about the life and times of the late Frank Sinatra called, 'Sinatra' ~ The Musical (previously 'It Was A Very Good Year') It's a 'one of a kind' musical tribute where Sands sings his best loved songs from the early days with Tommy Dorsey to the bright lights of NYC, to the silver screen of Hollywood, leading up to the 'Main Event' comeback.
Throughout the winter months, Sands tours Florida, performing at various Theatres to standing ovations every night.