The Frank Sinatra Impersonator and Elvis Impersonator together in a Tribute to The Chairman and The King

Beginning with the Frank Sinatra Impersonator

It's the carefree 50's once again, when this Frank Sinatra Impersonator, in vintage Jacket and Hat, kicks things off with feel-good songs like I've Got The World On A String, You Make Me Feel So Young, and Young At Heart.

An Elvis Impersonator - The Early Years

The Elvis Impersonator appears in his Black Leather outfit, for early hits like Blue Suede Shoes, Hound Dog, Jailhouse Rock, and Are You Lonesome Tonight.

Frank - Las Vegas style

Frank re-emerges, in his Las Vegas Tux, with a compelling invitation to "Come Fly With Me". And now it's time for the re-creation of a highly watched TV event, when Elvis was Frank's special guest on May 12th, 1960. Their playful duet of Love Me Tender and Witchcraft has each one singing the other one's song, and the result is a delight. Frank remains for Sixties and Seventies hits like Fly Me To The Moon, Summer Wind, and The Way You Look Tonight, closing with New York, New York, of course.

Viva Las Vegas - The Elvis Impersonator returns

Now it's time for The King of Rock n Roll, in his dazzling White Jumpsuit. He commands the stage as he performs classics like Burning Love, Suspicious Minds, Viva Las Vegas and Can't Help Falling In Love, with a powerful American Trilogy Ending.

The Finale with Frank & Elvis together

A dramatic highlight remains, and it sums up these two impressive careers. It's a grand finale duet of their mutual hit, "My Way". . .done Their Way. . .and capping off the show in an unbelievable way.

At Holiday time, The Chairman and The King can include
Christmas tunes like Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
and Blue Christmas.

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Starting in 1957, Frank did a series of TV Variety Specials for Timex on the ABC Network. The last in the series, produced on May 12th, 1960, had among its guests, Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford, and Nancy Sinatra, and featured special guest Elvis Presley, who had just completed his Military Service. This highly watched TV event was recorded at the Fountainbleu Hotel in Miami, and Elvis was paid a fee of $125,000, which was a staggering amount at that time. A highlight of the show was the duet of Love Me Tender and Witchcraft, in which each star sang the other one's song.

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