Autumnfest Steering Committee  P.O Box 574 Woonsocket, RI 02895

 

For Immediate Release

Date:       9/06/2017

Contact:  Joe Callahan

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        SINATRA:  THE CONCERT’ STARRING WOONSOCKET NATIVE BRIAN DUPREY

 TO HEADLINE AUTUMNFEST 2017

Special Guest Jami Duprey as Marilyn Monroe & Featuring a                       LIVE Swinging 12-piece Big Band

 

Las Vegas Headliner Brian Duprey is the only Sinatra tribute artist endorsed by Nancy Sinatra herself who mistakenly thought it was her Dad singing on Howard Stern Radio, but Howard quickly corrected her and said, “That's Brian Duprey!"  As an actor in the hit show "The Rat Pack is Back," Brian spent 10 years perfecting his craft in Las Vegas and in over 200 Performing Arts Centers and Casinos across the country. His lead role and creative development of the show built a 48 state tour and also secured the title of Best Tribute Show of Las Vegas in 2014.
 

Showered with awards and recognition for his live and recorded performances, Brian Duprey had his big break on FOX TV’s “Performing As,” where he won top prize by portraying his idol, Frank Sinatra.  Brian has been featured on CSI Las Vegas, The History Channel, NBA Allstar Jam, and the hit movie Get Him To The Greek. He also opened for the likes of Paul Anka and the cast of HBO’s Sopranos and wowed specials guests like Steve Wynn at The Smith Center in Las Vegas.

 

Brian Duprey’s portrayal of Frank Sinatra has received many great reviews

 

"He’s Got It Down!” - Nancy Sinatra

 

“Brian stands alone as the number one Frank Sinatra performer in the world” - Examiner.com
 

“Duprey’s baritone is a dead-ringer for Ol’ Blue Eyes” - Winnipeg Free Press
 

“Duprey’s rendition of ‘My Way’ is worth the ticket price alone!” - Chicago Tribune

 

Autumnfest is excited to welcome home Woonsocket’s Own, Brian Duprey, Saturday October 7, 2017 for a 7:00 PM performance on the Autumnfest main stage, free of charge.

 

Autumnfest is held every Columbus Day Weekend (October 7, 8 & 9) at World War II Memorial Park, Social Street, Woonsocket.

 

Autumnfest is a Family-Friendly Celebration now entering its 39th year.  Autumnfest is held every Columbus Day weekend (October 7-9, 2017) at World War II Veterans Memorial Park off Social Street in Woonsocket, RI.  Please visit our website at www.autumnfest.org and like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/RIAutumnfest)

 

 

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