FREE CONCERT: A Tribute To Frank Sinatra At Wilmington Middle School On October 23

WILMINGTON, MA — The Sarah DJ Carter Committee invites Wilmington residents to a wonderful night of FREE music.

Performer George Lyons will perform a musical tribute to Frank Sinatra on Friday, October 23, from 7pm to 9pm, in the Wilmington Middle School Auditorium (25 Carter Lane).  Not a Frank Sinatra fan? Lyons will also sing tunes in the style of Dean Martin, Neal Diamond, and Elvis.

Listen to Lyons below.

The event is sponsored by the Sarah D.J. Carter Lecture Fund, with a grant from the Wilmington Cultural Council.

About George Lyons

George Lyons has been singing since Day One, when the Doctor slapped his behind, he hit an “E”!  George performs as a solo artist and is very much in demand for various events – weddings, anniversaries, birthday and corporate affairs; any type of venue, any event.

George regularly entertains at many local establishments and he is well known for his Frank Sinatra Tribute program which he sings in his own inimitable style with charm and sophistication.

A Frank Sinatra fan from a very early age, George saw Sinatra perform at many concerts across the country including  New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall, The Old Boston (Ma) Garden, and The Providence Civic Center, RI.

These remarkable Sinatra concerts had a profound effect on George and instilled in him a passion for entertaining which no doubt has influenced his artistic flair and love of singing and performing.

In addition to Frank Sinatra, George can also sing in the style and voices of Dean Martin, Neil Diamond, Tony Bennett, Bobby Darin, Engelbert, Elvis and more.

About The Sarah DJ Carter Committee

The Carter Committee is comprised of five members appointed by the Wilmington Town Manager for 3-year service terms. Throughout the year, the Committee is on the lookout for talented musicians and entertaining programs to present to residents and friends of the Town of Wilmington.

The committee’s funding comes from an endowment presented to the Town in 1907 through the will of the late Sarah D. J. Carter. Carter requested that these events remain free of charge and open to the public.

The Committee gratefully accepts donations to offset its expenses, and arrangements can be made to include any sponsors in the event’s program.

Sounds Like Frank

(NOTE: The above press release comes from a combination of a submission of Ann Berghaus, the Sarah DJ Carter Committee website, and the website of George Lyons.)

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