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Come help us honor the extraordinary music and life of Frank Sinatra with a special night of his music, dancing, good wine, great food and guest stars. The gala event will be held on Tuesday, December 12 from 6:00 -10:00 p.m. at the historic Palm Springs Tennis Club Resort. Join us for “Swing Baby: Celebrating The Life Of Sinatra.”
Patterned after the quintessential Rat Pack party on stage, enjoy a non-stop, energetic evening of live music mixed with Palm Springs and Hollywood history, trivia and dish.
Frank Sinatra’s mother’s recipe
Spaghetti Swirl and Meatball Amuse -bouche with parsley garnish
Spencer’s House Salad Mixed California Greens
with Fresh Seasonal Berries, Candied Walnuts, Raspberry Vinaigrette
Grilled Double Breast of Organic Free Range Chicken
Dijon & Tarragon Reduction
Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables
Wild Mushroom risotto, Arborio Rice, Sautéed Wild Mushrooms
Parmesan Cheese - Gluten Free
24 Carrot Cake, Moist Carrot Layers, Orange Marmalade, Cream Cheese Mouse, White Mascarpone Wafer
Freshly Brewed Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee and Selection of Fine Tea
Dance to the standards you love played by the P.S.Swingtones Band, and hear your favorite songs sung by the dynamic trio, The Golden Era Singers. Featured weekly is Francesca Amari, an award-winning actress and cabaret vocalist who has appeared on the top cabaret stages from New York to Hollywood. Her perfect counterpoint is crooner Gilmore Rizzo, who tours nationally with his own show, “That’s Amore,” and appeared for 8 years on the Emmy-winning TV series, “Murphy Brown.” Accompanist Bryan Miller, a staple of the Hollywood piano bar scene, completes the trio with his virtuosity, wit and charm.
Guest Speaker Hal Blaine
Sinatra’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame drummer, Hal Blaine, will regale with stories of Sinatra and the Rat Pack. Blaine, the most recorded drummer in history, was the leader of the Wrecking Crew, the group of elite L.A. session players that dominated the studio scene in the Sixties and Seventies, and the percussionist behind Phil Spector's "Wall Of Sound," Blaine played for Frank Sinatra, Nancy Sinatra, Jan and Dean, Elvis Presley, The Supremes,
The Ronettes, Simon & Garfunkel, the Carpenters, the Beach Boys, the Grass Roots,
The historic Palm Springs Tennis Club Resort was the elegant vision of “Auntie Pearl” McCallum McNamus. After a round-the-world trip during the 1930’s, “La Grande Dame” of Palm Springs, was intent on creating “the most beautiful club in the world” and the most photographed pool in America in her hometown. Along with attracting tennis greats, The Palm Springs Tennis Club beguiled the glamorous Hollywood set, including Sinatra, who was a member. In 1951, it hosted an addition to the Golden Globes, the ”Henrietta Awards,” naming Jane Wyman and Gregory Peck “Film Favorite of the World.” Through the decades, this precious property has only been improved upon by famous architects and impassioned owners. The charm of the original Tennis Club like fine wine, only improves with time.
Step back into the era of cool and spend the night living the good life. Come join us on this special night to keep the Rat Pack party going, and to commemorate our timeless favorite, forever “The Chairman of the Board.”
701 West Baristo Road, Palm Springs CA 92262
$179 per person
Cost includes: a complimentary wine reception, a dazzling three course dinner, Swing Baby Variety Show, Big Band Swing Dancing and cash bar.
For reservations, please call: 760.200.9483