Frankly Sinatra

Featuring the talented Stephen Triffitt, Frankly Sinatra delights audiences with an evening of Sinatra’s greatest hits.

Triffitt has come a long way from his salesman days in Weston. Embodying the style and sound of Frank Sinatra, Triffit left his day job to pursue his career as a Frank Sinatra tribute act. Today, he is considered one of the best Sinatra acts in the world.

Triffitt began his career singing in clubs and pubs in the South West. In 2000, he tried out for Stars In Their Eyes, in which he became a finalist.

Las Vegas producer Jeff Kutash, who had been planning a Frank Sinatra show for years, saw Triffitt in a magazine. Kutash had previously auditioned more than 50 performers for Sinatra’s role.

After seeing Triffitt in a magazine, he flew out to London to audition him.

Kutash was blown away, and even went as far as to say that Frank himself would have applauded Triffitt’s performance and his resemblance.

Fifteen years later, Triffitt has expanded his accolades. He took on the role of Frank Sinatra for three seasons at the Sands Casino in Las Vegas. He also created the role of Ol’ Blue Eyes in the West End production of The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas, which toured the U.S., Canada and Europe. His solo shows and Royal Festival Hall and the London Palladium sold out.

Triffitt has performed with the London Symphony Orchestra and The Metropole Orchestra. He has also performed for several big names, including Simon Cowell; Prince Philip; and the christenings for The Beckham’s children.

The talented singer also sung with Jools Holland, Bob Geldof, Mick Jagger and Brian May at Geldof’s 50th birthday celebration.

Frankly Sinatra showcases Triffitt’s uncanny resemblance both in sound and appearance to the legend himself. The show features a live big band and delivers one of the best Frank Sinatra tributes in the world.

Audiences will hear Triffitt sing Sinatra’s greatest hits, including “Mack the Knife,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “Under My Skin,” “New York, New York,” “My Kind of Town,” “Lady is a Tramp,” “Luck Be a Lady,” and “All the Way.”

The OC Register says Triffitt “excels” at delivering Sinatra’s natural, conversational vocal style. The London Evening Standard says his resemblance is “unsettlingly perfect.”

The Guardian says Triffitt “really does sound exactly like Frank Sinatra.”
Triffitt truly is Sinatra.

Frankly Sinatra is now touring the UK.