Cover: $25 // Show: 8:00 pm
"I just heard the album you did with Billy May and it knocked my socks off. Salute." --Frank Sinatra
Simba Records recording artist Frank Stallone is one of the most versatile actors, singers and musicians working today. His explosive voice and musicianship ranges from rock to blues to big band and has garnered him three Platinum Albums, ten Gold Albums and five Gold Singles.
Frank has acted in over 60 films and TV shows, including Tombstone and the cult hit Barfly in which he played the memorable “Eddie” the bartender, which was touted by critic Roger Ebert: “Barfly is a terrific film that features an outstanding performance by Frank Stallone.” He will be seen in the upcoming film Reach Me from director John Herzfeld and will soon be heard as “Thunderhoof” in Hasbro’s hit series Transformers.
Frank has written and published over 200 songs and, with the addition of Don’t Want to Fight With Me from The Expendables 2, has written and recorded compositions for 12 films, including Rocky I, II and III, Rambo II, Paradise Alley and Over the Top. But, it was Frank's nine songs that he wrote and recorded for the Saturday Night Fever Sequel Staying Alive that earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Sound Track and a Grammy nomination for Best Original Song with his single, Far From Over. That song became a massive number#1 hit around the world, stayed on the top charts for more than four months and is still played on radio stations throughout the world.
Frank has recorded nine solo albums receiving praise from legends Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Sammy Cahn. His rock-influenced Full Circle, “which I feel is my best” was followed by his American songbook albums, In Love in Vain, with Sammy Nestico, Stallone on Stallone by Request, a compilation of Frank's film soundtrack tunes, and Songs from the Saddle, showing Frank’s more acoustic side. He’s a big fan favorite in Australia and he performs in concert halls, theaters and clubs all around the world, gaining critical acclaim wherever he goes “he has the crowd enthralled.” (New York Daily News).